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an Italian city in Trentino-Alto Adige near the Austrian border

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1 of 1 Experiment Ex ante moral hazard in (2014) individual and group insurance markets Botzen et al.
Botzen and van den Bergh (2008) conduct a multi-national study of environmental insurance and conclude that there is an insufficient amount of insurance coverage against climate change and other environmental risks in the Netherlands.
The award recognizes Michel-Kerjan's work on Evaluating Flood Resilience Strategies for Coastal Megacities, published this year in Science, which was jointly undertaken with Jeroen Aerts, Wouter Botzen, Hans de Moel (VU University, Amsterdam), Kerry Emanuel (MIT) and Ning Lin (Princeton University).
For Europe, Botzen and Marey (2010) find evidence of a monetary policy response to equity prices in the European Central Bank, while Bohl, Siklos, and Werner (2007) do not find such evidence for the Deutsche Bundesbank in the pre-Euro era.
This is a finding contrary to the prior studies such as Michel-Kerjan and Kunreuther (2011) and Botzen, Wouter and van den Bergh (2012) which suggest that the expectation of ex post public compensation on flood damage lowers the insurance demand and discourages the loss control activities.