Author: Parida, Yashobanta

PCI and government responsiveness on flood fatalitiesThe regression results of FE negative binomial and FE Poisson estimates for Eq. (1) are reported in Table 1. The outcome variable is flood fatalities in all states. We use both regression models for estimation purposes because one model is advantageous over another. FE Poisson model controls more efficiently time-invariant unobserved state-specific heterogeneity. We introduce year dummy and state dummy to control time-variant and time-invariant unobserved state heterogeneity factors in all regression estimates. Also, we include cluster standard errors at the state level in all estimates.Table 1 Flood fatalities, per capita income (PCI) and Government…

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PCI and government responsiveness on flood fatalitiesThe regression results of FE negative binomial and FE Poisson estimates for Eq. (1) are reported in Table 1. The outcome variable is flood fatalities in all states. We use both regression models for estimation purposes because one model is advantageous over another. FE Poisson model controls more efficiently time-invariant unobserved state-specific heterogeneity. We introduce year dummy and state dummy to control time-variant and time-invariant unobserved state heterogeneity factors in all regression estimates. Also, we include cluster standard errors at the state level in all estimates.Table 1 Flood fatalities, per capita income (PCI) and Government…

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