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Discussion 7.1: Your Take on Risk Sharing and Spreading

It suggests reasons why risk sharing and spreading need not be as effective as discussed so far. 2. POST a reply with one or two examples of an industry, financial instrument, or more generally any solution whose purpose is (at least in part) to spread and share risk. (Limit your post to 250 words.) Would you say that the underlying risk is spread and shared efficiently? If so, how are the issues discussed in Chapter 17.2 dealt with, or why do they not apply? If you think instead that the underlying risk is not fully spread or shared, can you suggest a reason why?
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