Shifting from a government-controlled system ofmotor insurance regulation to a marketbased system has caused unexpected outcomes in Italy. Although there is more competition since deregulation occurred twelve years ago, the government has had mixed results attempting to continue to control the market. This paper will examine how pricing deregulation on the European Union level has caused significant changes in the Italian market. Furthermore, it will seek to develop a national solution for regulation ofauto insurance pricing within the United States using Italian experience. Regulation in the insurance industry in the United States has been a subject ofdebate for quite some time, and although there has been consensus among researchers on the need to change current regulations, agreement on changes to make has not been quite as simple. The recommendationofthisstudyisto implementasystem offederal supervision in pricing regulation, while allowing states to conduct day-to-day oversight.
Heikes '06, Andrew, "The Pricing Effects of European Union Insurance" (2006). Honors Projects. Paper 10.