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A Computable Stochastic Control Model for the Assessment of the Impact of Floods on Growth in Bangladesh

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  • Motel, P., 1993. "A Computable Stochastic Control Model for the Assessment of the Impact of Floods on Growth in Bangladesh," Papers 9320, Laval - Recherche en Politique Economique.
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    economic growth ; consumption;

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