Vol 36, No 2 (2003)

Symposium: The Law and Economics of Providing Compensation for Harm Caused by Terrorism

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter PDF
Indiana Law Review


Introduction to the Symposium PDF
Warren F. Schwartz 229-236
Compensation for Victims of Terror: A Specialized Jurisprudence of Injury PDF
Marshall S. Shapo 237-250
A Pig in a Python: How the Charitable Response to September 11 Overwhelmed the Law of Disaster Relief PDF
Robert A. Katz 251-334
Providing Compensation for Harm Caused by Terrorism: Lessons Learned in the Israeli Experience PDF
Hillel Sommer 335-366
The Economics of Post-September 1 1 Financial Aid to Airlines PDF
Margaret M. Blair 367-396
Exclusion of Terrorist-Related Harms from Insurance Coverage: Do the Costs Justify the Benefits? PDF
Jeffrey E. Thomas 397-424
Income Tax as Implicit Insurance Against Losses from Terrorism PDF
Terrence Chorvat 425-446
Terrorism and Insurance Markets: A Role for the Government as Insurer? PDF
Anne Gron, Alan O. Sykes 447-463

ISSN: 0090-4198