Insuring Public Finances Against Natural Disasters; A Survey of Options and Recent Initiatives
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KeywordsInternational financial markets; Insurance; Public goods; public finances; disaster; disasters; natural disasters; hurricane; earthquake; Fiscal Policies and Behavior of Economic Agents: General; Economic Development: General;
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