Developmental interventions, adaptation decision and farmers’ welfare: evidence from drought-prone households in rural India, U. Patnaik, P.K. Das and C.S. Bahinipati, Climate and Development, Accepted, (2017).
- Flood-induced loss and damage to textile industry in Surat city, India, C.S. Bahinipati, U. Rajasekar, A. Acharya and M. Patel, Environment and Urbanization Asia, 8(2): 170-187, (2017).
- Role of climatic risks and socio-economic factors in influencing the economic impact of climatic extremes: a normalisation study in the context of Odisha, India, C.S. Bahinipati and L. Venkatachalam, Regional Environmental Change, 16(1): 177-188, (2016).
- What drives farmers to adopt farm-level adaptation practices to climate extremes: empirical evidence from Odisha, India, C.S. Bahinipati and L. Venkatachalam, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 14(4): 347-356, (2015).
- Determinants of farm-level adaptation diversity to cyclone and flood: insights from a farm household-level survey in eastern India, C.S. Bahinipati, Water Policy, 17(4): 742-761, (2015).