1. Purposes of this book -- 2. An introduction to insurance in practice and theory -- 3. Anomalies and rumors of anomalies -- 4. Behavior consistent with benchmark models -- 5. Real-world complications -- 6. Why people do or do not demand insurance -- 7. Demand anomalies -- 8. Descriptive models of insurance supply -- 9. Anomalies on the supply side -- 10. Design principles for insurance -- 11. Strategies for dealing with insurance-related anomalies -- 12. Innovations in insurance markets through multi-year contracts -- 13. Publicly-provided social insurance -- 14. Conclusions: A framework for prescriptive recommendations
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