Public Law & Legal Theory
This Article explores the role of insurance as substitute for direct regulation of risks posed by severe weather. In pricing the risk of human activity along the predicted path of storms, insurance can provide incentives for efficient location decisions a
Omri Ben-Shahar & Kyle D. Logue, "Under the Weather: Government Insurance and the Regulation of Climate Risks" (University of Chicago Public Law & Legal Theory Working Paper No. 499, 2015).