Theory of Solvency Regulation in the Property and Casualty Insurance Industry
In: Studies in Public Regulation
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- Anne E. Kleffner & Neil A. Doherty, 1994. "The Effect Of Costly Risk Bearing On Insurers' Supply Decisions," Risk and Insurance 9407005, EconWPA.
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