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Climate Change

Extreme weather events. Rising sea levels. Disruption to the food supply. The current and potential effects of climate change on human health, agriculture, and economic growth are in the headlines on an almost daily basis. IGCC’s research in this area helps to elucidate the complex interplay of factors such as higher temperatures, adaptive behaviors, and economic and policy decision-making in both the long and short term.

Activities

Climate Change, Disease Ecology, and Social Impacts
May 1‒2, 2014
La Jolla, CA 

Agenda (PDF)
Participants (PDF)
Speaker bios (PDF)

Publications

Publication links are provided as a courtesy. Your access is dependent on your institution’s library holdings and online access policies.

Journal Articles

Graff Zivin, Joshua, Solomon M. Hsiang, and Matthew Neidell. "Temperature and Human Capital in the Short-and Long-Run." Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 5, no. 1 (2018): 77‒105.

Graff Zivin, Joshua, and Matthew Neidell. “Temperature and the Allocation of Time: Implications for Climate Change.Journal of Labor Economics 32 (2014): 1‒26.

Graff Zivin, Joshua, and Jeffrey Shrader. "Temperature Extremes, Health, and Human Capital." The Future of Children 26, no. 1 (2016): 31‒50.