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GTAP Resource #6303

"Margins of Adaptation to Human Heat Stress: Local, National, and Global Socioeconomic Responses"
by Haqiqi, Iman, Thomas Hertel, Cicero Zanetti De Lima and Jonathan Buzan


Abstract
The majority of agricultural climate impact studies focus on crop yields, ignoring the impacts on labor productivity. The few studies on global labor productivity impacts of climate tend to ignore socioeconomic adaptations. This study provides a multi-scale and multi-sector analysis of how the socioeconomic system responds to lower labor capacity due to climate-induced heat stress. Combining the GTAP (Global Trade Analysis Project) framework with high-resolution projections of climate and population, we quantify the cascading economic impacts of heat stress as it alters labor capacity in both the agricultural and non-agricultural sectors. Then we investigate the role of different adaptation solutions at local, regional, and global scales. This includes investing in automation, changing production location, labor migration, domestic and international trade, and changes in patterns of consumption as well as in the changes in the structure of national economies.


Resource Details (Export Citation) GTAP Keywords
Category: 2021 Conference Paper
Status: Not published
By/In: Presented during the 24th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis (Virtual Conference)
Date: 2020
Version:
Created: Haqiqi, I. (4/15/2021)
Updated: Haqiqi, I. (4/15/2021)
Visits: 44
- Climate impacts
- Health
- Labor market issues
- Migration
- Not Applicable


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