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The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice

1990 - 2020

Current editor(s): Christophe Courbage

Palgrave Macmillan
The Geneva Association
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Volume 45, issue 4, 2020

Cyber insurance demand, supply, contracts and cases pp. 559-563 Downloads
M. Martin Boyer
Analysis of the impact of cyber events for cyber insurance pp. 564-579 Downloads
Kjartan Palsson, Steinn Gudmundsson and Sachin Shetty
Time-varying effects of cyberattacks on firm value pp. 580-615 Downloads
Michael McShane and Trung Nguyen
Cyber assets at risk: monetary impact of U.S. personally identifiable information mega data breaches pp. 616-638 Downloads
Omer Ilker Poyraz, Mustafa Canan, Michael McShane, C. Ariel Pinto and T. Steven Cotter
Insurance definitions of cyber war pp. 639-656 Downloads
Daniel W. Woods and Jessica Weinkle
Affirmative and silent cyber coverage in traditional insurance policies: Qualitative content analysis of selected insurance products from the German insurance market pp. 657-689 Downloads
Dirk Wrede, Tino Stegen and Johann-Matthias Schulenburg
Cyber insurance offering and performance: an analysis of the U.S. cyber insurance market pp. 690-736 Downloads
Xiaoying Xie, Charles Lee and Martin Eling
Cyber risk cost and management in IoT devices-linked health insurance pp. 737-759 Downloads
Yin-Yee Leong and Yen-Chih Chen
IT service outage cost: case study and implications for cyber insurance pp. 760-784 Downloads
Ulrik Franke

Volume 45, issue 3, 2020

Editorial pp. 395-397 Downloads
Pierpaolo Marano
A STEEP framework analysis of the key factors impacting the use of blockchain technology in the insurance industry pp. 398-425 Downloads
Simon Grima, Jonathan Spiteri and Inna Romānova
Reconsidering insurance discrimination and adverse selection in an era of data analytics pp. 426-456 Downloads
David A. Cather
The broker model for peer-to-peer insurance: an analysis of its value pp. 457-481 Downloads
Gian Paolo Clemente and Pierpaolo Marano
Risk shifting in the context of 3D printing: an insurability perspective pp. 482-507 Downloads
Michael Faure and Shu Li
Management of commissions to meet the regulatory requirements: the case of property–casualty insurance in China pp. 508-534 Downloads
Kai Wang, Lei Fang and Jiang Cheng
The costs of annuitising: are retirees fairly charged? pp. 535-557 Downloads
Cecilia Dassatti and Rodrigo Lluberas

Volume 45, issue 2, 2020

Do bank-affiliated P&C insurers perform better? An empirical investigation pp. 225-255 Downloads
Lucia Spotorno and Ornella Moro
An examination of catastrophes, insurance guaranty funds and contagion risk pp. 256-280 Downloads
Mary Kelly, Anne Kleffner and Grant Kelly
Investor sentiment and insurers’ financial stability: do sovereign ratings matter? pp. 281-312 Downloads
Danish Ahmed, Yasir Shahab, Farid Ullah and Zhiwei Ye
The impact of Sarbanes–Oxley on property-casualty insurer loss reserve estimates pp. 313-334 Downloads
Yu-Luen Ma and Nat Pope
Insurance-growth nexus in Africa pp. 335-360 Downloads
Mehmet Balcilar, Rangan Gupta, Chien-Chiang Lee and Godwin Olasehinde-Williams
Switching motivation and moral hazard: evidence from automobile physical damage insurance in Taiwan pp. 361-391 Downloads
Chun-Ting Liu, Jui-Yun Wu and Chi-Hung Chang

Volume 45, issue 1, 2020

Frontier studies in agricultural insurance pp. 1-4 Downloads
H. Holly Wang, Jesse Tack and Keith Coble
How do premium subsidies affect crop insurance demand at different coverage levels: the case of corn pp. 5-28 Downloads
Jing Yi, Henry L. Bryant and James W. Richardson
Participation patterns of the rainfall index insurance for pasture, rangeland and forage programme pp. 29-51 Downloads
Brittney Goodrich, Jisang Yu and Monte Vandeveer
Recency effects and participation at the extensive and intensive margins in the U.S. Federal Crop Insurance Program pp. 52-85 Downloads
Yuyuan Che, Hongli Feng and David Hennessy
Are smallholder farmers willing to pay for different types of crop insurance? An application of labelled choice experiments to Chinese corn growers pp. 86-110 Downloads
H. Holly Wang, Lu Liu, David L. Ortega, Yu Jiang and Qiujie Zheng
The decision to insure against forest fire risk: an econometric analysis combining hypothetical real data pp. 111-133 Downloads
M. Brunette, S. Couture, J. Foncel and Serge Garcia
Livestock insurance, moral hazard, and farmers’ decisions: a field experiment among hog farms in China pp. 134-156 Downloads
Xudong Rao and Yuehua Zhang
Contract elements, growing conditions, and anomalous claims behaviour in U.S. crop insurance pp. 157-183 Downloads
Sungkwol Park, Barry Goodwin, Xiaoyong Zheng and Roderick Rejesus
Comparing survey-based and programme-based yield data: implications for the U.S. Agricultural Risk Coverage-County programme pp. 184-202 Downloads
Xiaofei Li, Zhiwei Shen, Ardian Harri and Keith Coble
Does agricultural insurance help farmers escape the poverty trap? Research based on multiple equilibrium models pp. 203-223 Downloads
Pu Liao, Xianhua Zhou and Qingquan Fan

Volume 44, issue 4, 2019

Are insurance balance sheets carbon-neutral? Harnessing asset pricing for climate change policy† pp. 549-568 Downloads
Alexander Braun, Sebastian Utz and Jiahua Xu
The relationship between insurance and banking sectors: does financial structure matter? pp. 569-594 Downloads
Guan-Chun Liu and Chien-Chiang Lee
Does reinsurance purchasing enhance insurers’ competitiveness? Evidence from the U.S. property–liability insurance industry pp. 595-623 Downloads
Vincent Y. Chang
The effects of business mix on internal and external reinsurance usage pp. 624-652 Downloads
Ching-Yuan Hsiao and Yung-Ming Shiu
Life insurance lapse behaviour: evidence from China pp. 653-678 Downloads
Lu Yu, Jiang Cheng and Tzuting Lin
Marketing channel, corporate reputation, and profitability of life insurers: evidence of bancassurance in Taiwan pp. 679-701 Downloads
Tsai-Jyh Chen
It’s about building a book of business: incentives of insurance salespersons from future renewals pp. 702-731 Downloads
Thomas R. Berry-Stölzle and David L. Eckles
Compensation for victims of disasters: a task for Europe? pp. 732-759 Downloads
Michael G. Faure and Kristel De Smedt
Public authority liability and the cost of disasters pp. 760-783 Downloads
Jef Mot and Michael Faure

Volume 44, issue 3, 2019

Editorial pp. 361-364 Downloads
David M. Dror
Applying the Tweedie model for improved microinsurance pricing pp. 365-381 Downloads
Inmaculada Peña-Sanchez
Promoting sustainability for micro health insurance: a risk-adjusted subsidy approach for maternal healthcare service pp. 382-409 Downloads
Yi Yao, Joan Schmit and Julie Shi
Estimating capital requirements to scale health microinsurance serving rural poor populations pp. 410-444 Downloads
David M. Dror, Atanu Majumdar and Nihar Jangle
Correction to: Estimating capital requirements to scale health microinsurance serving rural poor populations pp. 445-445 Downloads
David M. Dror, Atanu Majumdar and Nihar Jangle
Improving agricultural microinsurance by applying universal kriging and generalised additive models for interpolation of mean daily temperature pp. 446-480 Downloads
Mitchell Roznik, C. Brock Porth, Lysa Porth, Milton Boyd and Katerina Roznik
Direct and indirect impact of index-based livestock insurance in Southern Ethiopia pp. 481-502 Downloads
Ayako Matsuda, Kazushi Takahashi and Munenobu Ikegami
The role of bundling in promoting sustainability of health insurance: evidence from Pakistan pp. 503-526 Downloads
Sadia Hussain and Hamna Ahmed
Product diversification versus technical efficiency of conglomerate life microinsurance companies: evidence from India pp. 527-547 Downloads
Basri Savitha, Subrato Banerjee and Ankitha Shetty

Volume 44, issue 2, 2019

Long-term care insurance research and trajectory pp. 179-182 Downloads
Joan Costa-Font, Christophe Courbage and Joël Wagner
Long-term care risk misperceptions pp. 183-215 Downloads
Martin Boyer, Philippe Donder, Claude Fluet, Marie-Louise Leroux and Pierre-Carl Michaud
Family altruism and long-term care insurance pp. 216-230 Downloads
Justina Klimaviciute, Pierre Pestieau and Jérôme Schoenmaeckers
Moral hazard and long-term care insurance pp. 231-251 Downloads
R. Tamara Konetzka, Daifeng He, Jing Dong and John A. Nyman
Annuities, long-term care insurance, and insurer solvency pp. 252-276 Downloads
Franca Glenzer and Bertrand Achou
Effects of long-term care insurance on financial well-being pp. 277-302 Downloads
Jing Dong, Fabrice Smieliauskas and R. Tamara Konetzka
Research on long-term care insurance: status quo and directions for future research pp. 303-356 Downloads
Martin Eling and Omid Ghavibazoo
Correction to: An Urban Crisis Management System for Critical Infrastructures: Participation Possibilities for Insurance Companies pp. 357-358 Downloads
Dirk Wrede, Annemarie Will, Tim Linderkamp and Johann Graf von der Schulenburg

Volume 44, issue 1, 2019

Digital agendas in the insurance industry: the importance of comprehensive approaches† pp. 1-19 Downloads
Alexander Bohnert, Albrecht Fritzsche and Shirley Gregor
Financial education and insurance advice seeking pp. 20-35 Downloads
Jing Jian Xiao and Nilton Porto
Institutional drivers of life insurance consumption: a dynamic panel approach for European countries pp. 36-66 Downloads
Simona Laura Dragoş, Codruţa Mare and Cristian Mihai Dragoş
Life and health insurance consumption in China: demographic and environmental risks pp. 67-101 Downloads
Jiang Cheng and Lu Yu
How price-elastic is the demand for retirement saving? pp. 102-122 Downloads
Alexis Direr and Rim Ennajar-Sayadi
How private sector participation improves retirement preparation: A case from China pp. 123-147 Downloads
Wei Zheng, Zining Liu and Ruo Jia
Dynamic cost productivity and economies of scale of Ghanaian insurers pp. 148-177 Downloads
Kwaku Ohene-Asare, Jones Kofi Anyimadu Asare and Charles Turkson
Correction to: Cross-Border Insurance Groups: Towards a Comprehensive Supervision Under Solvency II pp. 178-178 Downloads
Pierpaolo Marano and Michele Siri
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