Studying Climate Change from Different Methodological Perspectives
AAEA annual meeting track session
In the 2023 AAEA Annual Meeting track session (sponsored by the AAEA Agribusiness Economics & Management and the AAEA Econometrics Sections) “Studying Climate Change from Different Methodological Perspectives” authors will discuss the IPCC report revamps the urgency of its message to adapt to the dire conditions of a warming planet, forcing governments to evaluate adaptation and mitigation measures. To provide an outlook on agriculture and trade, practitioners employ several methodological techniques. This track session brings together experts that employ diverse tools to study climate change damages on agriculture and agricultural trade. The first presentation uses Bayesian Data Analysis to narrow down climate damages at the county level. The second study leverages on the body of findings on the interaction of climate change, agriculture and trade with a Meta Analysis. The third presenter explores the econometric limitations encountered in the study of climate change by accounting for farmers’ mitigation strategies. The final presentation combines a spatial econometrics technique with general equilibrium models to simultaneously study climate change and its implications for trade.
Presentations in this session:
- Heterogeneous Patterns of Crop Yield Growth Stagnation across U.S. Counties in the Next Decade
Presented by: Noé J. Nava
- What do the 235 Estimates from the Literature Tell US about the Impact of Weather on Agricultural and Food Trade Floods
Presented by: William Ridley
- Decomposing the changing weather-yield response: the effects of climate adaptation and technological change
Presented by: Matthew Gammans
- Estimating Market and Trade Impacts from Climate-induced Corn and Soybean Yield Changes in the U.S.
Presented by: Jayson F. Beckman
This session will take place on Monday, July 24 from 2:45 pm – 4:15 pm Eastern in the Marriott Marquis Washington DC in the Cherry Blossom room.
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