Economics, Risk

It’s Time to Start Thinking About an “IMF of Weather”

Of all the forthcoming impacts of increasing climate volatility, the one that seems to be hitting the developed nations first is the topic of increased flooding and the severe impact this phenomenon is having on traditional flood insurance schemes. As the FT recently noted, when writing about the UK government’s pending decision to exclude homes […]

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Forecasting Weather Risk: The State of the Art Moves Forward

There may be no more common external risk facing SC managers today than weather risk. Up and down the value chain, producers, processers and retailers are all impacted in one way or another by climate and climate volatility. Yet only a small number of firms make a serious and consistent effort to model weather risk […]

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