The impact of natural disasters on the definition of insurability and their geopolitical consequences

Natural disasters are a problem that affects the lives and economies of many countries and has a global impact. 

Starting from this observation, this research paper will address the impact of natural disasters in the insurance environment and also the social of these risks and their interactions with insurers over the last two years in the world. 

The problematic related to this assignment that guided this research, interviews and reflections is the following: 

What are the lines of development used by insurers to deal with the increasingly frequent natural disasters and what are the economical and legal risks of these lines and the limits of the scope of action of insurers and reinsurers in the face of the distress of populations and governments?

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Arthur Claus

Graduate of the Master of Science in International Insurance Management Coventry University in partnership with Ecole Supérieure d’Assurance Research supervised by Charles-Etienne de Cidrac, Professor at Coventry University and Ecole Supérieure d’Assurances