Press freedom, oil exports, and risk for natural disasters: A challenge for climato-economic theory?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (5):483-483 (2013)

Does the interaction between climactic demands, monetary resources, and freedom suggest a more general relationship between the environmental challenges that human societies face and their resources to meet those challenges? Using data on press freedom (Van de Vliert 2011a), we found no evidence of a similar interaction with natural resources (as measured by oil exports) or risk for natural disasters.
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