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The articles in this special issue set forth a set of technical contributions that will improve the understanding of the impacts of climate change in developing countries.
This paper is a contribution to the empirics of climate change and its effect on sustainable economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa.
We estimate the impact of Malawi’s Farm Input Subsidy Programme using an economywide approach.
Capacity planners in developing countries frequently use screening curves and other system-independent metrics such as levelized cost of energy to guide investment decisions.
The present study aims to explore economic and socio-demographic factors that influence the household’s probability to switch from firewood to clean fuels in northern Cameroon.
An assessment of the impacts of projected climate change on water availability and crop production in the Volta Basin and the southwestern and coastal basin systems of Ghana has been undertaken as...
Climate change scenarios for many Sub-Saharan African countries including Ghana indicate that temperatures will increase while rainfall will either increase or decrease.
This paper examines the determinants and implied economic impacts of climate change adaptation strategies in the context of traditional pastoralism.
Climate variability poses a major risk to agricultural incomes in Africa.
Long-run economic development in Ghana is potentially vulnerable to anthropogenic climate change given the country’s dependence on rainfed agriculture, hydropower, and unpaved rural roads.