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Title: Climatic Factors on Taiwanese Agricultural Products: A Panel Data Approach
Authors: Ji, Deng-Yuan;Kao, An-Pang
紀登元;高安邦
Contributors: 經濟系;財政系
Keywords: Agriculture;Climate;Food Security;Fruit;Prices;Production;Rice;Vegetables
Date: 2013-07
Issue Date: 2015-09-15 15:29:14 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This study, which is based on the empirical model by Barrios et al. (2008), introduces climate variables into the agricultural production function and uses the OLS method to estimate the production function of rice, fruit, and vegetables with panel data. Results show that the climate variables and agricultural production function are significantly negatively correlated. Climate change has been rapid and irreversible; therefore, for agriculture to be sustainably managed and developed, the Taiwanese government should focus on problems concerning the livelihood of Taiwanese farmers, food security, and price stability.
Relation: Empirical Economics Letters, 12(7), 735-743
Data Type: article
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