International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management: Volume 15 Issue 4 , Open Access


Open Access content from 2018 onwards

Table of contents - Special Issue: Economics of Climate Change Adaptation

Guest Editors: Taoyuan Wei

Risk allocation for energy performance contract from the perspective of incomplete contract: a study of commercial buildings in China

Shiyu Wan, Yisheng Liu, Grace Ding, Goran Runeson, Michael Er

This article aims to establish a dynamic Energy Performance Contract (EPC) risk allocation model for commercial buildings based on the theory of Incomplete Contract. The purpose…


“Can seawalls help American cities adapt to coastal flooding?”

Jonghyun Yoo, Vaishnavi Sinha, Robert Mendelsohn

This study aims to combine information about sea level rise (SLR), the probability distribution of storm surge, a flood damage function and the value of property by elevation…


Will temperature affect the export quality of firms? Evidence from China

Junmei Zhang, Hongyi Li

This study aims to investigate whether temperature affects the product quality of exporters and whether the effect is non-linear. More specifically, whether the impact of high…

Smallholder farmers' perception of climate change and choice of adaptation strategies in East Hararghe Zone, Eastern Ethiopia

Titay Zeleke, Fekadu Beyene, Temesgen Deressa, Jemal Yousuf, Temesgen Kebede

Change of climate is attributed to human activity that alters the composition of the global atmosphere observed over comparable periods. The purpose of this paper is to explore…


Assessing climate change vulnerability of smallholder farmers in northwest Ethiopia: application of a household intrinsic vulnerability index

Dereje Amene Yimam, Nathalie Holvoet

The purpose of this study is to identify the most vulnerable households and districts in Northwest Ethiopia and help decision-makers in developing and prioritising effective…


Climate change adaptation based on computable general equilibrium models – a systematic review

Taoyuan Wei, Asbjørn Aaheim

This study aims to identify the current state of the art and the gaps in the application of computable general equilibrium (CGE) models on studying climate change adaptation.

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