The Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk (CEAR) at Georgia State University’s  J. Mack Robinson College of Business will collaborate with the Munich Re Foundation on research about microinsurance, also known as insurance for the poor.

Georgia State says the topic is of keen interest to both institutions, and CEAR is leading an international research effort to accelerate the formation of a mature and sustainable insurance market for the poor. The Munich Re Foundation, along with the Microinsurance Network, created the International Microinsurance Conference, which was first held in 2005, and is hosted each year by a different developing nation, according to Georgia State.

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