Measuring the Impact of CLimate Change on Indian Agriculture
Ariel Dinar (),
Robert Mendelsohn (),
K.S. Kavi Kumar,
J. McKinsey and
Working Papers from World Bank - Technical Papers
The set of studies in this report explores farm performance across climates in India. The goal of the study is to examine farm behavior and test if there is any evidence that farmers in developing countries, such as India, currently adjust to their local climates. The reported studies measure the climate sensitivity of low-capital agriculture. They test whether actual farm performance is as sensitive to climate as agronomic models predict assuming no adaptation.
Keywords: INDIA; AGRICULTURE; CLIMATE; FARMS (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 266 pages
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