South-East Asian ricardian studies: Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam

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1 January 2017

Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam each conducted a Ricardian analysis of crop net revenue (NR) in their country. The countries defined seasons slightly differently depending on their monsoon and dry periods. They also sometimes included slightly different variables in their regressions. The countries are small so that the climate results are often insignificant. However, the Ricardian model does predict near term damage in Bangladesh in the CanESM climate scenario and near and far term damage in Thailand in the CMCC climate scenario.


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BABATUNDE O. ABIDOYE et al, Clim. Change Econ. 08, 1740004 (2017) [8 pages]

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