Research Handbook on the Economics of Insurance Law
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Research Handbook on the Economics of Insurance Law

Edited by Daniel Schwarcz and Peter Siegelman

Insurance law and insurance economics each have long and distinguished scholarly histories, but participants in the two disciplines have not always communicated well across academic silos. The Handbook encourages more policy-relevant insurance economics scholarship and more economically sophisticated legal scholarship by bringing together original contributions from leading scholars in insurance law and insurance economics on a range of issues involving insurance law and regulation.
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Chapter 2: Insurance agents in the twenty-first century: The problem of biased advice

Daniel Schwarcz and Peter Siegelman

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2. Insurance agents in the twenty-­first century: The problem of biased advice Insurance agents in the twenty-­first century Daniel Schwarcz and Peter Siegelman Insurance intermediaries who focus their efforts on individuals and small businesses f...

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