Gone with the Wind; Estimating Hurricane and Climate Change Costs in the Caribbean
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KeywordsClimatic changes; Caribbean; Pacific Island Countries; Greenhouse gas emissions; Climate policy; Parameter estimation; Econometric models; Hurricane; tropical cyclone; climate change; climate impact; Caribbean.;
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