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Dr. Jerry Skees CV 2013GlobalAgRisk2013Download
Indonesia: Concept Note for Earthquake Insurance for Local Financial InstitutionsHartell, Skees2013Download
Press Release 2013: Peru, El Nino InsuranceGlobalAgRisk2013Download
Indonesia: Concept Note for Earthquake Insurance for Second Tier Financial InstitutionsHartell, Skees2013Download
ILO MicroInsurance Centre Interview "Scaling up Index Insurance"Skees, ILO2012View Video
Climate Change: Risk Management Solutions for Developing Economies. A Portfolio ApproachSkees, Presented at KfW Financial Sector Symposium2012Download
State of Knowledge Report Legal Considerations for the Design of Weather Index InsuranceCarpenter2012Download
Increasing the Resilience of Financial Intermediaries through Portfolio-Level Insurance against Natural DisastersCollier, Skees2011Download
New Approaches to Designing Index Insurance — Insuring against Consequential Losses
Nikolova, Barnett, Skees, Hartell, Carpenter
2011Download
Prefeasibility — Earthquake Risk and Index-based Insurance for Indonesia
Hartell, McFadyen, and Skees
2011Download
State of Knowledge Report — Market Development for Weather Index Insurance- Key Considerations for Sustainability and Scale UpMurphy, Barnett, Nikolova, Hartell, Skees
2011
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Rethinking the Role of Index Insurance — Accessing Markets for the Poor
Skees2010Download
Using El Niño Insurance to Mitigate Losses of an Exporting Firm, Department of Agricultural Economics Seminar Presentation, University of Kentucky
Skees2010Download
State of Knowledge Report — Data Requirements for the Design of Weather Index Insurance
Collier, Barnett, and Skees
2010Download
Risk Assessment, Reinsurance, and Financial Performance
Skees2009Download
The Potential and Limitations of Index-based Weather Insurance: Mali and Peru
Collier, Skees, and Barnett
2009Download
Legal and Regulatory Framework to Facilitate Agricultural Insurance: Part 2 — Perspectives for Policy
Carpenter
2009Download
The Potential for, and Uses of, Weather Index Insurance
Skees
2009Download
ENSO Business Interruption Index Insurance (EBIII)
Skees
2009Download
Legal and Regulatory Framework to Facilitate Agricultural Insurance: Part 1 — Application to Dong Thap Project
Carpenter
2009Download
Weather Index Insurance and Climate Change — Opportunities and Challenges in Lower Income Countries
Collier, Skees, and Barnett
2009Download
Emerging Lessons from Innovation in Catastrophic Weather Insurance to Improve the Livelihoods of Rural Households
Skees
2009Download
ENSO Business Interruption Index Insurance (EBIII) for Catastrophic Flooding in Piura, Peru
Skees and Murphy
2009Download
The Potential of Weather Index Insurance for Spurring a Green Revolution in Africa
Skees and Collier
2009Download
Prefeasibility Analysis: Index-based Weather Insurance in Mali
Hartell and Skees
2009Download
Poverty Traps and Index-based Risk Transfer Products
Barnett, Barrett, and Skees
2009Download
A Policy Vision for Developing Agricultural Insurance in Vietnam
Skees
2009Download
Using NGOs to Advance Microinsurance for Weather Risks among the Rural Poor
Murphy
2009Download
Designing Agricultural Index Insurance in Developing Countries: A GlobalAgRisk Market Development Model Handbook for Policy and Decision Makers
Skees, Hartell, Murphy, and Collier
2009Download
Dong Thap Flood Insurance: An Application of Risk Assessment and Product Development
Hartell
2009Download
Ex Ante Financing for Disaster Risk Management and Adaptation: A Public Policy Perspective
Skees2009Download
Innovations in Index Insurance for the Poor in Lower Income Countries
Skees
2008Download
Scaling up Index Insurance: What Is Needed for the Next Big Leap Forward?
Skees, Murphy, Collier, and Roth
2007Download
Challenges for Use of Index-based Weather Insurance in Lower Income Countries
Skees
2007Download
Creating Insurance Markets for Natural Disaster Risk in Lower Income Countries: The Potential Role for Securitization
Skees, Barnett, and Murphy
2007Download
Using Index-based Risk Transfer Products to Facilitate Micro Lending in Peru and Vietnam
Skees, Hartell, and Murphy
2007Download
El Niño Southern Oscillation–based Index Insurance for Floods: Statistical Risk Analyses and Application to Peru
Khalil, Kwon, Lall, Miranda, and Skees
2007Download
Using Irrigation Insurance to Improve Water Usage in the Rio Mayo System of Northwest Mexico
Leiva and Skees
2007Download
China: Innovations in Agricultural Insurance
Belete and Mahul, eds.
2007Download
Enhancing Microfinance Using Index-based Risk Transfer Products
Skees and Barnett
2006Download
Primer: Index Insurance for Weather Risk in Low Income Countries
Skees, Goes, Sullivan, Carpenter, Miranda, Barnett
2006Download
Piloting Index-based Livestock Insurance in Mongolia
Mahul and Skees
2006
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Can Financial Markets Be Tapped to Help Poor People?
Skees, Varangis, Larson, and Siegel
2005Download
Insuring Against Bad Weather—Recent Thinking
Hazell and Skees
2005Download
Managing Agricultural Production Risk: Innovations in Developing Countries
Hess, Skees, Stoppa, Barnett, and Nash
2005Download
Innovations in Government Responses to Catastrophic Risk Sharing for Agriculture in Developing Countries
Skees, Barnett, and Hartell
2005Download
Managing Agricultural Risk at the Country Level: The Case of Index-based Livestock Insurance in Mongolia
Mahul and Skees
2005Download
Index-based Livestock Insurance in Mongolia: Potential Impact on Financial Sector Development
Goes
2005Download
ETHIOPIA: Analysis of Weather Risks and Institutional Alternatives for Managing Those Risks
Skees, Jack, Goes, Miriti
2004Download
Risk Management Challenges in Rural Financial Markets: Blending Risk Management Innovations with Rural Finance
Skees2003Download
Evaluating India’s Crop Failure Policy: Focus on the Indian Crop Insurance Program
Skees and Hess
2003Download
Examining the Feasibility of of Livestock Insurance in Mongolia
Skees and Enkh-Amgalan
2002Download
Financing Catastrophe Risk for Famine Relief Using Early Warning Systems
Skees
2002Download
A Rural Community Safety Net
Zeuli and Skees
2001Download
The Bad Harvest
Skees2001Download
A Role for Capital Markets in Natural Disasters: A  Piece of the Food Security Puzzle
Skees2000Download
The Potential Influence of Risk Management Programs on Cropping Decisions Skees 2000
Skees2000Download
Agricultural Risk Management or Income Enhancement?
Skees1999Download
Conceptual and Practical Considerations for Sharing Catastrophic/Systemic Risks
Skees and Barnett
1999Download
Designing and Rating an Area-Yield Crop Insurance Contract
Skees, Black, and Barnett
1997Download
Weather Information and the Potential for Intertemporal Adverse Selection in Crop Insurance
Luo, Skees, Marchant
1994Download