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The seventh in a series of annual volumes on the financial sector from the Brookings Institution and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania focuses on public policy issues confronting the insurance industry.
Extending the Theory to Meet the Practice of Insurance
David M. Cutler and Richard Zeckhauser
The Crisis in Medical Malpractice Insurance
Patricia M. Danzon, Andrew J. Epstein and Scott J. Johnson
Tort Liability, Insurance Rates, and the Insurance Cycle
Scott E. Harrington
Insuring agains Terrorism: The Policy Challenge
Brokers and the Insurance of Non-Verifiable Losses
Neil A. Doherty and Alexander Muermann
Consolidation in the European Insurance Industry: Do Mergers and Acquisitions Create Value for Shareholders?
J. David Cummins and Mary A. Weiss
Coping with International Regulatory Complexity in the Insurance Industry
Ernie Patrikis (AIG), Terri Vaughan (IID), and Brant Free (Chubb)