This session will present an overview of existing empirical evidence on the economics of adaptation to climate change. A set of micro empirical studies from the developing world will be presented. The emphasis is placed on the lessons learnt and the future scientific and policy challenges.
Organizer(s): Peter Berck, UC Berkeley; Cyndi Berck, Berck Editorial; Salvatore Di Falco, University of Geneva
Chair: Salvatore Di Falco, University of Geneva
- Good Things Come in Packages: Sustainable Intensification Systems in Smallholder Agriculture
Hailemariam Teklewold, Cyndi Berck
- Ambiguity Aversion and Demand for Weather Information in Agricultural Technology Adoption; Case of Namibia
Martine Visser, Chalmers Mulwa
- Climate Change Adaptation and Livestock Activity Choice in the Nile Basin of Ethiopia