Environment and Development Economics

(The TQCC of Environment and Development Economics is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Droughts and floods in Malawi: impacts on crop production and the performance of sustainable land management practices under weather extremes41
Environmental regulation, local legislation and pollution control in China29
‘Green’ managerial delegation theory26
Green official development Aid and carbon emissions: do institutions matter?19
Determinants of agricultural emissions: panel data evidence from a global sample19
Fire takes no vacation: impact of fires on tourism17
Determinants of uptake and strategies to improve agricultural insurance in Africa: a review15
Information quality, adoption of climate-smart varieties and their economic impact in flood-risk areas14
Is enterprise environmental protection investment responsibility or rent-seeking? Chinese evidence14
The deforestation-income relationship: evidence of deforestation convergence across developing countries13
The EU ETS and its companion policies: any insight for China's ETS?12
Rainfall shocks, cognitive development and educational attainment among adolescents in a drought-prone region in Kenya12
Political incentives, Party Congress, and pollution cycle: empirical evidence from China12
Impacts of climate shocks on household consumption and inequality in India12
Climate resilience in rural Zambia: evaluating farmers’ response to El Niño-induced drought10
Environmental delegation versus sales delegation: a game-theoretic analysis10
Threshold regressions for the resource curse9
Do temperature shocks affect non-agriculture wages in Brazil? Evidence from individual-level panel data8
Rainfall shocks and fertilizer use: a district level study of India8
Agricultural households’ adaptation to weather shocks in Sub-Saharan Africa: implications for land-use change and deforestation8
Energy taxation, subsidy removal and poverty in Mexico8
Sustainability and wellbeing: the dynamic relationship between subjective wellbeing and sustainability indicators7
Early-life environment and human capital: evidence from the Philippines7
Coping with negative shocks and the role of the farm input subsidy programme in rural Malawi7
Land rental market and rural household efficiency in China7
Barren lives: drought shocks and agricultural vulnerability in the Brazilian Semi-Arid7
The impact of weather shocks on employment outcomes: evidence from South Africa7
Freedom of the press, inequality and environmental policy7
Regional climate policy under deep uncertainty: robust control and distributional concerns6
Risk aversion and cleaner cooking fuel choice: an empirical study in Ghana5
Temperature and convictions: evidence from India5
Malnutrition pathway for the impact of in utero drought shock on child growth indicators in rural households5
Free trade and the environment – evidence from Chinese cities5
Land rights and the economic impacts of climatic anomalies on agriculture: evidence from Ethiopia5
Household fuelwood consumption in western rural China: ethnic minority families versus Han Chinese families5
How does air pollution affect housing rental prices in Chile? An economic assessment of PM2.5 concentration across Chilean communes5
How vulnerable are small firms to energy price increases? Evidence from Mexico4
Reducing carbon footprint by replacing generators with solar PV systems: a contingent valuation study in Lagos, Nigeria4
Transboundary air pollution and health: evidence from East Asia4
Disclosure of enterprises' environmental violations: evidence from Chinese public supervision4
Happiness in the tropics: climate variables and subjective wellbeing4
Introduction: special issue on weather and climate impacts in developing countries4
Differentiation strategies in coffee farms: opportunities for Costa Rican growers4