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The study used descriptive statistical methods, interval regression to analyze factors affecting the income of Agritourism Farms (DLNN) in Lam Dong province. On the basis of the resource-based efficiency theory, the previous studies along with the implementation situation to propose model the factors affecting farmers' income. With valid 189 answer sheets, the study combined qualitative analysis with quantitative analysis to identify problems. The findings indicate that the income of farms engaged in agritourism is strongly influenced from group factors such as Characteristic group of household head: age, education; Farm characteristics group: area size, number of years participating in foreign tourism, foreign tourism service activities, distance; Group of social capital: trust, relationship with tourism companies, local authorities; Local authorities and Group factors supported by the state, local government: open class training knowledge on tourism, support loan assistance. In other words, from the reality of the agritourism business situation of farmers in Lam Dong province, the research results show the importance of the above group factors. This is proposing some main functions aimed at improving income for farmers doing business in foreign tourism, while contributing to the development of agritourism in Lam Dong province.

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Issue: Vol 5 No 1 (2021): Vol 5, Issue 1: Under Publishing
Page No.: Online first
Published: Mar 13, 2021
Section: Research article

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Nguyễn, D. (2021). Analysis of factors affecting the income of agritourism farms in Lam Dong Province. Science & Technology Development Journal - Economics - Law and Management, 5(1), Online first.

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