It’s not just the statistical model. A comment on Seo (2013)
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A recent paper in this journal argues that the choice of statistical model is responsible for the divergence in damage estimates of climate change on US agriculture. We provide five arguments why we believe this assertion is misguided.
KeywordsClimate Change Impact Climate Sensitivity Panel Model Climate Indicator Omit Variable Bias
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