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Volume 26, Number 2, March 2011

Introduction: Disasters, Housing, Actuarialism and the Securitisation of Risk
pp. 185-195(11)
Authors: Williams, Stewart; Jacobs, Keith

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Understanding Risk, Choice and Amenity in an Urban Area at Risk of Flooding
pp. 225-239(15)
Authors: Willis, Karen; Natalier, Kristin; Revie, Mhairi

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The Impact of Floods on House Prices: An Imperfect Information Approach with Myopia and Amnesia
pp. 259-279(21)
Authors: Pryce, Gwilym; Chen, Yu; Galster, George

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The Great Risk Shift: The Securitisation of Australian Housing
pp. 281-295(15)
Authors: Steele, Wendy; Gleeson, Brendan

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Multi-owned Housing: Law, Power and Practice
pp. 304-305(2)
Author: Uffer, Sabina

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