Professor Paula Jarzabkowski and her team, including Dr Eugenia Cacciatori, Dr Konstantinos Chalkias, Dr Mustafa Kavas, and Dr Elisabeth Krull, collaborate with Dr Kai-Uwe Schanz, the Deputy Managing Director and Head of Research & Foresight at The Geneva Association, on a research report on Public Private Solutions to Pandemic Risk.

Published in The Geneva Association's research series on pandemics and insurance on 21 April 2021, the report explores four exemplary and generic types of public-private pandemic risk solutions – direct insurance, reinsurance, social insurance and post-event protection – and compares the benefits of each against seven public policy objectives. 

In the report, Professor Jarzabkowski and her team, based on their Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) research into Covid-19 insurance risk sharing, take a closer and more granular look at how pandemic business continuity risk can be dealt with from a risk transfer point of view and with a clear focus on public-private partnerships.

Read and download the full report.