Prevention and Insurance in Cities Exposed to Natural Disaster Risks
Prevention and insurance are studied in an urban model with spatial heterogeneity due not only to commuting transport costs but also to natural disaster risks. Costly insurance and charity donation both lead to low insurance purchase. While the former leads to high prevention, the latter leads to lo...
|Main Author:||Arnaud Goussebaïle|
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|published in:||Annals of economics and statistics no. 139; pp. 61 - 86|
|Data of publication:||20200901|
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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