viii, 232 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
9780815702863 cloth alkaline paper 0815702868 cloth alkaline paper
"Enhances research and informs the debate on restructuring the framework for U.S. insurance regulation. Evaluates proposed legislation to create an Optional Federal Charter for insurance companies and agents. Also goes beyond discussion of OFC and lays out the broader context and need for regulatory reform in the insurance industry"--Provided by publisher.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
The future of insurance regulation: an introduction / Martin F. Grace, Robert W. Klein The insurance industry and its regulation: an overview / Robert W. Klein An optional federal charter for insurance: rationale and design / Martin F. Grace, Hal S. Scott Dual insurance chartering: potential consequences / Robert Detlefsen Insurance regulation: the need for policy reform / Martin F. Grace, Robert W. Klein Consumer benefits of an optional federal charter: the case of auto insurance / Robert E. Litan, Phil O'Connor Convergence in financial services markets: effects on insurance regulation / Peter J. Wallison U.S. insurance regulation in a competitive world insurance market: an evaluation / John A. Cooke, Harold D. Skipper.
KF1164 .F88 2009
Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution ; Atlanta : Georgia State University,