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Document type:
Konferenzbeitrag 
Author(s):
Luisa Menapace, Greg Colson, Roberta Raffaelli 
Non-TUM Co-author(s):
ja 
Cooperation:
international 
Title:
Farmers' Climate Change Risk Perceptions: An Application of the Exchangeability Method 
Abstract:
Using the exchangeability method, we quantitatively elicit Italian farmers' short- and long-run risk perceptions concerning key crop loss hazards whose relevance depends upon climate developments: hail, powdery mildew for winegrowers and apple dieback for apple farmers. We show that long-run perceptions are significantly higher than short-run perceptions and identify climate change beliefs and experience with crop damages as critical factors in explaining this difference. From a policy...    »
 
Keywords:
Climate change, Exchangeability Method, Subjective risk perceptions 
Intellectual Contribution:
Discipline-based Research 
Book / Congress title:
EAAE 2014 Congress ‘Agri-Food and Rural Innovations for Healthier Societies 
Congress (additional information):
Ljubljana, Slowenien 
Year:
2014 
Month:
Aug 
Key publication:
Nein 
Peer reviewed:
Ja 
International:
Ja 
Book review:
Nein 
Commissioned:
not commissioned 
Interdisciplinarity:
Nein 
Mission statement:
Ethics and Sustainability:
Ja