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N. Spencer and Strobl, E., Crime Watch: Hurricanes and Illegal Activities, Southern economic journal, vol. 86, 2019.
N. Spencer and Strobl, E., Crime Watch: Hurricanes and Illegal Activities, Southern economic journal, 2019.
N. Spencer and Strobl, E., Crime Watch: Hurricanes and Illegal Activities, Southern economic journal, 2019.
J. Khadan, Tuffour, T., Strobl, E., and Spencer, N., Factors Associated With Being Overweight or Obese in Suriname, International Journal of Public Health, 2021.
N. Spencer, Polachek, S., and Strobl, E., How do hurricanes impact scholastic achievement?, A Caribbean perspective, Natural Hazards, vol. 84, no. 2, 2016.
N. Spencer and Strobl, E., Hurricanes, climate change, and social welfare: evidence from the Caribbean, Climatic Change, 2020.
N. Spencer and Strobl, E., The impact of decriminalization on marijuana and alcohol consumption in Jamaica, Health policy and planning, 2020.
M. Henry, Strobl, E., and Spencer, N., The impact of tropical storms on households: evidence from panel data on consumption, Oxford bulletin of economics and statistics, vol. 82, 2020.
P. S. Mohan, Strobl, E., and Spencer, N., Natural hazard-induced disasters and production efficiency: moving closer to or further from the frontier?, International journal of disaster risk science, vol. 10, no. 2, 2019.
N. Spencer and Strobl, E., Poverty and hurricane risk exposure in Jamaica, The Geneva Risk and Insurance Review, 2021.
J. Khadan, Bose-Duker, T., Strobl, E., and Spencer, N., Socioeconomic factors associated with being overweight or obese in Suriname, IDB Working Paper Series, 2021.
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