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The Geneva Risk and Insurance Review

1976 - 2023

Continuation of The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Theory.

Current editor(s): Michael Hoy and Nicolas Treich

Palgrave Macmillan
International Association for the Study of Insurance Economics (The Geneva Association)
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Volume 48, issue 2, 2023

Empirical analyses of selection and welfare in insurance markets: a self-indulgent survey pp. 167-191 Downloads
Liran Einav and Amy Finkelstein
Insurance wage-offer disparities by gender: random forest regression and quantile regression evidence from the 2010–2018 American Community Surveys pp. 192-229 Downloads
Richard J. Butler and Gene Lai
Weather extremes, agriculture and the value of weather index insurance pp. 230-259 Downloads
Christian Hott and Judith Regner
Optimal unemployment accounts based on observable parameters pp. 260-270 Downloads
Rubén Castro
Correction to: Optimal insurance coverage of low-probability catastrophic risks pp. 271-271 Downloads
Alexis Louaas and Pierre Picard

Volume 48, issue 1, 2023

A pandemic business interruption insurance pp. 1-30 Downloads
Alexis Louaas and Pierre Picard
Mental health changes and the willingness to take risks pp. 31-62 Downloads
Lu Li, Andreas Richter and Petra Steinorth
Probability weighting and insurance demand in a unified framework pp. 63-109 Downloads
Johannes G. Jaspersen, Richard Peter and Marc A. Ragin
Cognitive abilities and life insurance holdings: evidence from 16 European countries pp. 110-166 Downloads
Chu-Shiu Li, Gene C. Lai, Saruultuya Tsendsuren, Richard J. Butler and Chwen-Chi Liu

Volume 47, issue 2, 2022

The prevention puzzle pp. 277-297 Downloads
Han Bleichrodt
The effect of overconfidence on insurance demand pp. 298-326 Downloads
Klajdi Bregu
Reversibly greater downside risk aversion pp. 327-338 Downloads
Donald C. Keenan and Arthur Snow
Correction to: Does flood experience modify risk preferences? Evidence from an artefactual field experiment in Vietnam pp. 339-339 Downloads
Arnaud Reynaud and Cécile Aubert

Volume 47, issue 1, 2022

Special issue "Risk Considerations and Insurance in Developing Countries" of the Geneva Risk and Insurance Review pp. 1-5 Downloads
Mark Browne, Alejandro Valle Suarez, Emmanuel Jimenez and Calum Turvey
Correction to: Special issue "Risk Considerations and Insurance in Developing Countries" of the Geneva Risk and Insurance Review pp. 6-6 Downloads
Mark Browne, Alejandro Valle Suarez, Emmanuel Jimenez and Calum Turvey
Parametric insurance and technology adoption in developing countries pp. 7-44 Downloads
Enrico Biffis, Erik Chavez, Alexis Louaas and Pierre Picard
Leveraging optimal portfolio of Drought-Tolerant Maize Varieties for weather index insurance and food security pp. 45-65 Downloads
Sebastain Awondo and Genti Kostandini
Literacy and the quality of index insurance decisions pp. 66-97 Downloads
Glenn Harrison, Karlijn Morsink and Mark Schneider
Subjective and objective risk perceptions and the willingness to pay for agricultural insurance: evidence from an in-the-field choice experiment in rural China pp. 98-121 Downloads
Hong Fu, Yuehua Zhang, Yinuo An, Li Zhou, Yanling Peng, Rong Kong and Calum Turvey
Are risk preferences consistent across elicitation procedures? A field experiment in Congo basin countries pp. 122-140 Downloads
Marielle Brunette and Jonas Ngouhouo-Poufoun
Poverty and hurricane risk exposure in Jamaica pp. 141-157 Downloads
Nekeisha Spencer and Eric Strobl
Deregulation, competition, and consumer choice of insurer: Evidence from liberalization reform in China’s automobile insurance market pp. 158-200 Downloads
Wei Zheng, Yi Yao, Peng Shi, Yinglu Deng and Hao Zheng
Economic transition and insurance market development: evidence from post-communist European countries pp. 201-237 Downloads
Patricia Born and Douglas Bujakowski
Does free hospitalization insurance change health care consumption of the poor? Short-term evidence from Pakistan pp. 238-275 Downloads
Simona Helmsmüller and Andreas Landmann

Volume 46, issue 2, 2021

The evolution from life insurance to financial engineering pp. 89-111 Downloads
Ralph S. J. Koijen and Motohiro Yogo
Pricing ambiguity in catastrophe risk insurance pp. 112-132 Downloads
Simon Dietz and Falk Niehörster
Pensions, annuities, and long-term care insurance: on the impact of risk screening pp. 133-174 Downloads
M. Martin Boyer and Franca Glenzer
Are all mutuals the same? Evidence from CEO turnover in the US property–casualty insurance industry pp. 175-205 Downloads
Jiang Cheng, J. David Cummins and Tzuting Lin

Volume 46, issue 1, 2021

The economics of dishonest insurance companies pp. 1-20 Downloads
Christian Siemering
Probabilistic independence axiom pp. 21-34 Downloads
Pavlo Blavatskyy
Risk aversion, moral hazard, and gender differences in health care utilization pp. 35-60 Downloads
Yan Zheng, Tomislav Vukina and Xiaoyong Zheng
Optimal insurance coverage of low-probability catastrophic risks pp. 61-88 Downloads
Alexis Louaas and Pierre Picard

Volume 45, issue 2, 2020

Special issue “Covid-19: the economics of pandemic risks and insurance” of the Geneva Risk and Insurance Review pp. 75-79 Downloads
Alexander Muermann and Casey Rothschild
Pandemic economics: optimal dynamic confinement under uncertainty and learning pp. 80-93 Downloads
Christian Gollier
Stay-at-home orders and second waves: a graphical exposition pp. 94-103 Downloads
Kent A. Smetters
Public and private incentives for self-protection pp. 104-113 Downloads
François Salanié and Nicolas Treich
Willingness to pay for morbidity and mortality risk reductions during an epidemic. Theory and preliminary evidence from COVID-19 pp. 114-133 Downloads
Luciana Echazu and Diego Nocetti
Insurance for economic losses caused by pandemics pp. 134-170 Downloads
Robert Hartwig, Greg Niehaus and Joseph Qiu
Covid-19: implications for insurer risk management and the insurability of pandemic risk pp. 171-199 Downloads
Andreas Richter and Thomas C. Wilson

Volume 45, issue 1, 2020

The insurance role of the firm pp. 1-23 Downloads
Luigi Guiso and Luigi Pistaferri
Are compulsory insurance and self-insurance substitutes or complements? A matter of risk attitudes pp. 24-35 Downloads
François Pannequin and Anne Corcos
Does flood experience modify risk preferences? Evidence from an artefactual field experiment in Vietnam pp. 36-74 Downloads
Arnaud Reynaud and Cécile Aubert

Volume 44, issue 2, 2019

The behavioral welfare economics of insurance pp. 137-175 Downloads
Glenn Harrison
The demand for life insurance in a heterogeneous-agent life cycle economy with joint decisions pp. 176-206 Downloads
Ning Wang
On the efficiency of self-protection with spillovers in risk pp. 207-221 Downloads
Annette Hofmann and Casey Rothschild
Large losses and equilibrium in insurance markets pp. 222-244 Downloads
Lisa L. Posey and Paul D. Thistle

Volume 44, issue 1, 2019

Optimal taxation in non-life insurance markets pp. 1-26 Downloads
Sebastian Schlütter
The impact of economic conditions on individual and managerial risk taking pp. 27-53 Downloads
Mark Browne, Verena Jaeger and Petra Steinorth
Natural disasters, land-use, and insurance pp. 54-86 Downloads
Celine Grislain-Letremy and Bertrand Villeneuve
Insurer commitment and dynamic pricing pattern pp. 87-135 Downloads
Ruo Jia and Zenan Wu
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