Climate change, agriculture, and developing countries: Does adaptation matter?

Mendelsohn, Robert; Dinar, Ariel
August 1999
World Bank Research Observer;Aug99, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p277
Academic Journal
Focuses on techniques in assessing the effect of climate change on agriculture in developing countries. Use of crop model in agronomic-economic simulation; Examination of climate changes using agroecological zone analysis; Application of Ricardian cross-sectional approach to agriculture in developing countries.


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