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by Olivier Mahul,J. David Cummins

Category: Politics and Government
Subcategory: Political books
Author: Olivier Mahul,J. David Cummins
ISBN: 0821377361
ISBN13: 978-0821377369
Language: English
Publisher: World Bank Publications (October 15, 2008)
Pages: 296
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14 Foreword xiii catastrophe risk financing projects, including the Pacific Catastrophe Risk Pool Initiative.

14 Foreword xiii catastrophe risk financing projects, including the Pacific Catastrophe Risk Pool Initiative. The book makes a compelling case for public intervention to enhance catastrophe insurance markets and help countries better shoulder the economic and fiscal impacts when disasters strike

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The authors present guiding principles on how and when governments.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Catastrophe Risk Financing in Developing Countries' provides a detailed analysis of the imperfections and inefficiencies that impede the emergence of competitive catastrophe risk markets in developing countries. The book demonstrates how donors and international financial institutions can assist governments in middle- and low-income countries in promoting effective and affordable catastrophe risk financing solutions.

David Cummins, Olivier Mahul . The authors present guiding principles on how and when governments, with assistance from donors and international financial institutions, should intervene in catastrophe insurance markets.

Public intervention in catastrophe insurance markets, supported by the . Cummins, J. David; Mahul, Olivier.

Public intervention in catastrophe insurance markets, supported by the donor community and the World Bank, should be country specific  . This book offers a framework, with lessons drawn from recent experience, guiding principles for public intervention and potential roles for donors and International Financial Institutions (IFIs). Catastrophe risk financing in developing countries : principles for public intervention (English).

Public intervention in catastrophe insurance markets, supported by the donor community and the World Bank . J. David Cummins & Olivier Mahul, 2009

Public intervention in catastrophe insurance markets, supported by the donor community and the World Bank, should be country specific. Low-income countries, where the domestic non-life insurance market is undeveloped, should focus in the short term on the development of sovereign catastrophe insurance solutions and the promotion of public goods related to risk market infrastructure. David Cummins & Olivier Mahul, 2009. Catastrophe Risk Financing in Developing Countries : Principles for Public Intervention," World Bank Publications, The World Bank, number 6289, October. Handle: RePEc:wbk:wbpubs:6289.

Principles for Public Intervention. David Cummins Olivier Mahul. This booklet contains an overview of the book Catastrophe Risk Financing in Developing Countries: Principles for Public Interven-tion, which will be published by the World Bank in November of 2008

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These principles and activities are expected to inform good practice and ensure desirable results in catastrophe insurance projects

These principles and activities are expected to inform good practice and ensure desirable results in catastrophe insurance projects. Catastrophe Risk Financing in Developing Countries offers valuable advice and guidelines to policy makers and insurance practitioners involved in the development of catastrophe insurance programs in developing countries. Download from free file storage.

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'Catastrophe Risk Financing in Developing Countries' provides a detailed analysis of the imperfections and inefficiencies that impede the emergence of competitive catastrophe risk markets in developing countries. The book demonstrates how donors and international financial institutions can assist governments in middle- and low-income countries in promoting effective and affordable catastrophe risk financing solutions.The authors present guiding principles on how and when governments, with assistance from donors and international financial institutions, should intervene in catastrophe insurance markets. They also identify key activities to be undertaken by donors and institutions that would allow middle- and low-income countries to develop competitive and cost-effective catastrophe risk financing strategies at both the macro (government) and micro (household) levels. These principles and activities are expected to inform good practices and ensure desirable results in catastrophe insurance projects.'Catastrophe Risk Financing in Developing Countries' offers valuable advice and guidelines to policy makers and insurance practitioners involved in the development of catastrophe insurance programs in developing countries.
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