Ho Thi Hien Nghe An University of Economics (NAUE), Vinh city, Nghe An, Viet Nam
Email: hothihien@naue.edu.vn
Nguyen Cong Tiep Viet Nam National University of Agriculture (VNUA), Ha Noi, Viet Nam
Email: nctiep@vnua.edu.vn
Nguyen Thi Luong School of Economics, Can Tho University (CTU), Can Tho, Viet Nam
Email: ntluong@ctu.edu.vn
Dao Thu Tra Hong Duc University (HDU), Thanh Hoa Province, Viet Nam
Email: daothutra@hdu.edu.vn
Nguyen Xuan Diep Thai Nguyen University of Economics and Business Administration (TUEBA); Thai Nguyen, Viet Nam
Email: nguyenxuandiep@gmail.com
Tran Ba Uan Dien Bien College of Economics and Technologies (DCET), Dien Bien, Viet
Email: bauandb@gmail.com
Vuong Thi Khanh Huyen Viet Nam National University of Agriculture (VNUA), Ha Noi, Viet Nam
Email: vuongthikhanhhuyen@gmail.com


The challenges posed by high population and poverty levels require the focused attention of researchers and policymakers. This article examines the effects of sustainable finance, agricultural growth, and digital agriculture on poverty reduction in Vietnam. The study used population growth as the control variable in order to make predictions about poverty alleviation. The article utilised secondary data obtained from reputable sources like the World Development Indicators (WDI) and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), spanning the years 1991 to 2022. The article employed the dynamic autoregressive distributed lag (DARDL) model to analyse the relationship between various constructs. The findings indicate that sustainable finance, agriculture growth, and digital agriculture are positively correlated with poverty alleviation in Vietnam, while population growth shows a negative correlation. The study offers guidance to regulators on how to address poverty through sustainable finance, agricultural growth, and digital agriculture.

Keywords:sustainable finance, agriculture growth, digital agriculture, population growth, poverty alleviatio.