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.
- Cross-Border Insurance in Europe: Challenges for Supervision, by Dirk Schoenmaker and Jan Sass
- Corporate Reputation and Financial Performance of Life Insurers, by Tsai-Jyh Chen
- Empirical Findings on Motor Insurance Pricing in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, by Daniela Laas, Hato Schmeiser and Joël Wagner
- Do Typhoons Cause Turbulence in Property-Liability Insurers’ Stock Prices?, by Takashi Yamasaki
- Moral Hazard in Insurance Claiming from a Korean Natural Experiment, by Bong-Joo Lee and Dae-Hwan Kim
- Life Insurance Ownership by Italian Households: A Gender-Based Differences Analysis, by Elisa Luciano, J François Outreville and Mariacristina Rossi
- Determinants of Life Insurance Demand in the MENA Region, by Mouna Zerriaa and Hedi Noubbigh
- Weather Indicators for Insured Hailstorm Damage to Motor Vehicles and Potential Climate Change Impacts, by Willem Jan Wouter Botzen and Laurens M Bouwer