- Author : Edward L. Lascher Jr.
- Release Date : 21 July 1999
- Publisher : Georgetown University Press
- Genre : Political Science
- Pages : 160 pages
- ISBN 13 : 1589014561
Download or read book entitled The Politics of Automobile Insurance Reform by author: Edward L. Lascher Jr. which was release on 21 July 1999 and published by Georgetown University Press with total page 160 pages . This book available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle Format. American state and Canadian provincial governments have dealt with rapidly rising auto insurance rates in different ways over the last two decades, a difference many attribute to variances in political pressure exerted by interest groups such as trial attorneys and insurance companies. Edward L. Lascher, Jr., argues that we must consider two additional factors: the importance of politicians’ beliefs about the potential success of various solutions and the role of governmental institutions. Using case studies from both sides of the border, Lascher shows how different explanations of the problem and different political structures affect insurance reform. In his conclusion, Lascher moves beyond auto insurance to draw implications for regulation and policymaking in other areas.