Redistributional Effects of the National Flood Insurance Program
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- Owen, Sally & Noy, Ilan, 2017.
"The unfortunate regressivity of public natural hazard insurance: A quantitative analysis of a New Zealand case,"
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KeywordsNFIP; progressivity; departure from proportionality;
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