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You previously purchased this article through ReadCube. Institutional Login. Log in to Wiley Online Library. Litan "This book will prove to be a very important contribution to this field for a long time to come.
This wide-ranging and incisive volume provides telling answers to a compelling question: How should we control the risks and pay for the losses from weather catastrophes? The analysis, with extensive data and new insights, examines the roles of homeowners and regulators, of public and private insurance, and of financial markets in protecting the nation's trillions of dollars of assets at risk.
It outlines a long-overdue comprehensive,disciplined theory of risk management that applies to all manner of catastrophes. Secretary of Homeland Security " At War with the Weather provides a comprehensive introduction to, and analysis of, US homeowners" insurance against hurricane risk. This excellent study of disaster insurance will be valuable to readers interested in insurance of hurricanes and other catastrophic risks.
They analyze the dynamics of the market, including the significance of insurer regulation, and propose innovative solutions. This book is essential reading for anyone searching for solutions to the problem of financing large-scale catastrophes. Vaughan , CEO, National Association of Insurance Commissioners "This book will prove to be a very important contribution to this field for a long time to come.
The subject is important and the authors know what they are doing. Treaster ,Knight Chair in Cross Cultural Communication at the University of Miami, former New York Times reporter "This wide-ranging and incisive volume provides telling answers to a compelling question: How should we control the risks and pay for the losses from weather catastrophes?
This is a book you are going to want to read. In At War with the Weather , Professors Howard Kunreuther and Erwann Michel-Kerjan and their colleagues present leading thinking in a data-driven analysis of the problem society faces in managing the risk of natural disasters. The authors have provided the ultimate institutional and theoretical analysis, and empirical reference source, for hurricane and flood risk insurance and mitigation. At War with the Weather will surely become a sine qua non of every researcher, corporate analyst, and state or federal policymaker, and will be extensively cited.
A spectacular work. At War with the Weather offers more than just a detailed plan for managing weather risks.
It outlines a long-overdue comprehensive, disciplined theory of risk management that applies to all manner of catastrophes. See All Customer Reviews.
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