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The increasing interests in climate change heighten the need for an agro-economic model to analyse climate change impacts on farmers' incomes. Many researchers have turned to crop yield response models to estimate farmers' yield and income loss. A classic method used by economists to establish yield response models is to build up the statistic relationship between historical yield changes and climate change through regression models. However, without comprehensive experimental data from eachdoi:10.22004/ag.econ.48172 fatcat:vd7n47pw3vbprg3qxsyxomzt4i