Methodologies used to assess the impacts of climate change in agricultural economics: a rapid review Online publication date: Thu, 07-Apr-2022
by Thomas Bournaris; Christina Moulogianni; George Vlontzos; Ioannis Georgilas
International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Management and Informatics (IJSAMI), Vol. 7, No. 4, 2021
Abstract: Studies of climate change impacts on agriculture are always used by the policy makers to plan their future policies. The European Union increased the efforts to measure the impact of the policies, but impact assessment has always been a difficult field of study for all research areas. Many methodologies and tools have been applied for assessing the impacts on climate change in agriculture. This paper presents the findings of a literature review on studies in the field of impact assessment of climate change impacts on agricultural economics. A two-stage analysis was conducted. In the first stage, studies are analysed and classified using different criteria. At the second stage of this paper, the methodologies used to assess the impacts of climate change are analysed. The results are provided by a rapid review in the literature from 2010 to 2020. The main findings of the research were that mathematical modelling and scenario analysis were the most common methodologies used as standalone methods or in combination with other methods.
Online publication date: Thu, 07-Apr-2022
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