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

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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.
Wouter Botzen, Managing Exposure to Flooding in New York City, 2 NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE 377, 377 (2012); see also NRC CLIMATE REPORT, supra note 14, at 184-85.
This issue of pricing LTI for flood risk under a range of scenarios of socioeconomic and climate change has recently been examined in a study for the Netherlands (Aerts and Botzen, 2011).
The judges were: Ian Adcock, contributing editor, Auto Interiors; Ian Callum, director of styling, Jaguar; Douglas Halbert, executive designer, Honda; Truman Pollard, chief designer, Mazda Design North America; Maureen Sobolewski, staff project engineer, Interior Body Center, GM NAO; and Eric Strebel, director of design, Botzen Design Inc.