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Charting the Course : How Does Information about Sea Level Rise Affect the Willingness to Migrate?, Working Paper 23-09

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Bakkensen, Laura , Nguyen, Quynh , Phan, Toan and Schuler, Paul, 1979-. "Charting the Course : How Does Information about Sea Level Rise Affect the Willingness to Migrate?, Working Paper 23-09," Working Papers (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond) (September 14, 2023). https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/3942/item/655137, accessed on March 3, 2024.

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Classification: Social sciences, Environmental sciences 


Keywords: climate change, sea level rise, migration, disaster risk communication, survey experiment, public information

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