In this issue, we have published two research papers. The first paper models impacts of reinsurance treaties, which is then illustrated on both real and simulated data. The second paper studies financial returns through investment in loss prevention technologies. It was found that although loss prevention technologies significantly reduce the cost of damage, this reduction is too small to finance the investment.
We have also published a literature review that provides useful insights on consumer behaviour, and something very different: an insurance law study from India. From modelling to insurance law, everyone can find something interesting to read in this issue.
We would like to thank all the authors, reviewers and editors for their contribution and services to our academic community.