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  • Using Principal Component Analysis to Determine Key Factor of Rural Electrification Development Investment
    Vol.1 N°1, January 2015 pp. 10-17 ISSN : 2411-7226

    Auteurs : Tokary A. Rajaoarisoa, François A. Ravalison

    Keywords : Investment, Principal Component Analysis, Rural Electrification Development

    The main objective of this study is to determine the key factors when decision on investment is required in rural electrification development. This study develops a process based on Principal Component Analysis to identify key factors. Principal Component Analysis is a data reduction method, that is, a method for
    reducing the number of variables. We have identified three variables related to investment in such context : State contribution, Bank contribution, Enterprise contribution and Commune contribution. We have extracted three factors : State contribution, Enterprise contribution and Commune contribution. In
    developing country and especially in the case of Madagascar, we have identified that State contribution plays a principal position in rural electrification development. The majority of rural electrification projectsn are Government contribution driven.

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