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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., Crime Watch: Hurricanes and Illegal Activities, Southern economic journal, 2019.
N. Spencer and Liu, Z., Victimization and life satisfaction: Evidence from a high crime country, Social Indicators Research, vol. 144, 2019.
N. Spencer and Strobl, E., Hurricanes, climate change, and social welfare: evidence from the Caribbean, Climatic Change, 2020.
N. Spencer and Polachek, S., Hurricane Watch: Battening Down the Effects of the Storm on Local Crop Production, Ecological Economics , vol. 120, 2015.
N. Spencer and Strobl, E., Crime Watch: Hurricanes and Illegal Activities, Southern economic journal, 2019.
N. Spencer and Urquhart, M. - A., Hurricane strikes and migration: Evidence from storms in Central America and the Caribbean, Weather, climate, and society, vol. 10, no. 3, 2018.
N. Spencer and Strobl, E., The impact of decriminalization on marijuana and alcohol consumption in Jamaica, Health policy and planning, 2020.
N. Spencer and Liu, Z., Victimization and life satisfaction: Evidence from a high crime country, Social Indicators Research, 2019.
N. Spencer and Urquhart, M. - A., Extreme Climate and Absence from Work: Evidence from Jamaica, International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 2021.
N. Spencer, Are tropical storms a failure warning? Evidence from standardized school examinations, International journal of disaster risk reduction, vol. 24, 2017.
N. Spencer, Whitely, P., and Urquhart, M. - A., Class Discrimination? Evidence from Jamaica: A Racially Homogeneous Labor Market, Review of Radical Political Economics, 2020.
N. Spencer and Strobl, E., The future of economic welfare, HAL Post-Print, no. hal-02463338, 2019.
N. Spencer and Strobl, E., Poverty and hurricane risk exposure in Jamaica, The Geneva Risk and Insurance Review, 2021.
N. Spencer, Look what the hurricanes just blew in: Analyzing the impact of the storm on criminal activities, Journal of Crime and Justice, vol. 40, no. 4, 2017.
N. Spencer and Strobl, E., The future of economic welfare, HAL Post-Print, 2019.
N. Spencer and Strobl, E., Crime Watch: Hurricanes and Illegal Activities, Southern economic journal, vol. 86, 2019.
N. Spencer and Urquhart, M. - A., The impact of extreme weather on temporary work absence, International Labour Organization, 2021.
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