THE GENEVA PAPERS ON RISK AND INSURANCE-ISSUES AND PRACTICE
Founded by The Geneva Association in 1976, The Geneva Papers is a refereed journal published quarterly by Palgrave Macmillan. It aims at improving the scientific knowledge of the insurance industry, and bridging the gap between academics and insurance professionals.
For more information, submissions or access to recent volumes, please visit the Palgrave website.
Issues that were published more than three years ago are available on this website.
Current issue: Volume 40, Issue 4 (October 2015)
- Insurance Companies’ Responses to Climate Change: Adaptation, Dynamic Capabilities and Competitive Advantage, by Kristin Stechemesser, Jan Endrikat, Nico Grasshoff and Edeltraud Guenther
- The Impact of Diversification on Performance in the Insurance Industry: The Roles of Globalisation, Financial Reforms and Global Crisis, by Meng-Fen Hsieh, Chien-Chiang Lee and Shih-Jui Yang
- Competition and Its Variation Over Time: An Empirical Analysis of the Chinese Insurance Industry, by Vivian S C Jeng
- Guaranty Funds, Government Shareholding and Risk Taking: Evidence from China, by Shi Hong and Shizhe Bao FREE
- Empirical Analysis of the Risks and Resilience to Shocks of the Macedonian Insurance Sector, by Blagica Petreski
- Value Creation and Solvency: A Simple Approach to Deriving a Non-Life Insurer’s Optimal Growth Strategy, by Matthias Schmautz
Shin Research Excellence Award-Winning Papers
- Overcoming Barriers to Microinsurance Adoption: Evidence from the Field, by Shawn Cole
- The Role of Insurance in Reducing Losses from Extreme Events: The Need for Public–Private Partnerships, by Howard Kunreuther