Boukary KASSOGUÉ, Issa SACKO, Amadou NDIAYE, Mamadou Abdoulaye KONTE, Bouréma KONE


This article assesses the impact of public agricultural expenditure on real agricultural value added in Mali. Economic shocks and causes allow the state to adopt an appropriate agricultural policy response to avoid agricultural health consequences. To achieve this, the Vector autoregression (VAR) model was used to estimate the function. The data processing process was done with Stata 2016 software. At the end of the results, the VAR model reveals that the active agricultural population is a significant variable that positively impacts the real agricultural added value and agricultural equipment. In addition, current agricultural expenditure and agricultural equipment are not significant, but the agricultural equipment variable has a positive influence on the agricultural area. The real agricultural added value is significant and has a positive impact on agricultural equipment. It is also noted that the real agricultural added value, the area, the population, the agricultural equipment respectively causes the increase in the active agricultural population, the use of agricultural equipment and the real agricultural added value. The increase in real agricultural added value is due 100% to its own innovations during the first 4 years and 40% on average will come from current agricultural expenditure, area, labor force and agricultural equipment over the horizon of 21 years old.




Agricultural public investment, Agricultural value added, Impulse responses, VAR model.

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