Zainab Abed Almoussawi College of Islamic Science/ Ahl Al Bayt University/ Kerbala / IraqEmail: email@example.com
Hussam Mohammed Wafqan Accounting Department, Al-Mustaqbal University College, Babylon, IraqEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sabbah Raheem Mahdi Mazaya University College/ IraqEmail: email@example.com
Ammar Dhahim College of education/ Al-Farahidi University /Baghdad/ IraqEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Omayma Nawfal Ahmed Department of Dentistry, AlNoor University College, Bartella, IraqEmail: email@example.com
Maki Mahdi Abdulhasan Al-Nisour University College/Baghdad/IraqEmail: Dr.firstname.lastname@example.org
Khudr Bary Freeh Accounting and Economics/ Al-Esraa University College, Baghdad, IraqEmail: email@example.com
Any nation's economic growth directly depends on expanding its agricultural industry. Compared to the agricultural productivity of the United States and Canada, Iraq's agricultural sector is dated. This study investigates the impact of technology adoption, technological diffusion, human capital, capital formation, and labor force on farm product output in Iraq. Unlike previous studies on the agriculture industry, which relied primarily on secondary data from various reports and surveys, this study is founded on primary data. The adoption of technology, the diffusion of technology, and human capital can increase agricultural production in Iraq, according to this study. Substantial study results contributed to a powerful framework in the body of knowledge. This study's innovative theoretical and practical ramifications will increase the literature and the practices of agricultural practitioners in Pakistan. The study aims to boost agricultural production in Iraq by stressing technology.
Keywords:Adoption of technology, technology diffusion, human capital, formation of capital, agriculture product.