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Policies and Perceptions of Insurance Law in the Twenty First Century

Malcolm Clarke

Clarendon Law Series

  • Places insurance law in its social and economic setting, examining the idea of a modern 'compensation culture' and its impact on insurance law and policy
  • Offers a comparative perspective on the development of English law, against other European jurisdictions, the USA and Australia
  • Winner of the 2006 Annual Book Prize of the British Insurance Law Association

New to this Edition:

  • This work is the successor to Policies and Perceptions of Insurance: An introduction to Insurance Law (OUP, 1997), expanding and updating the themes of the earlier book

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