When disaster strikes: Under-insurance in Australian households.
'Under-insurance is (re)produced along socio-economic and geographical lines, with those of lower socio-economic status or living in cities more likely to be under-insured. Should a disaster strike, such communities are likely to suffer further disadvantage, especially if governments continue to shift the responsibility for risk onto households.'
Kate Booth and Bruce Tranter - University of Tasmania
(Urban Studies journal) >