The author presents evidence indicating that museum insurance rates have been grossly excessive and could be reduced by competition and greater risk management awareness. Commercial insurance substitutes, such as government indemnity schemes and reciprocal agreements between museums, are also discussed as means of reducing costs for major international exhibitions.
Insuring Museum Exhibitions,
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