The benefits of this inter-disciplinary approach are introduced and illustrated in four comprehensive sections:
- Why and how do individuals purchase insurance?
- The role of the state in insurance markets
- The regulation of insurance
- Insurance law in the courts.
Overall, this Handbook synthesizes the insights of insurance economics with the flourishing body of economically oriented research in insurance law.
As well as providing a new approach for scholars, the Handbook will prove a useful reference for insurance lawyers and insurance regulators owing to its policy relevant, practical approach.
Contributors: K.S. Abraham, D. Asmat, R. Avraham, T. Baker, E.F. Brown, P.-A. Chiappori, M.F. Grace, S.E. Harrington, D. Jaffee, R.W. Klein, H.C. Kunreuther, J. Kwak, K.D. Logue, J.A. Nyman, M.V. Pauly, D. Schwarcz, P. Siegelman, C. Silver, R. Squire, S. Tennyson
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