Purpose – This paper aims to examine rice farmers’ selection of adaptation strategies to cope with and offset the effects of climate change and the determinants of those selections in Rajshahi, a severely drought-prone district of Bangladesh. Design/methodology/approach – Farm-level micro data were obtained from 550 rice growers in the 2010-2011 farming season. A multinomial.. Read More
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