RAND Kenneth R. Feinberg Center for Catastrophic Risk Management and Compensation
Lloyd Dixon is a Senior Economist at the RAND Corporation and Director of RAND’s Kenneth R. Feinberg Center for Catastrophic Risk Management and Compensation. He has expertise on insurance, compensation, and liability issues. For California’s Fourth Climate Change Assessment, he investigated the impact of changing wildfire risk on California’s residential insurance market. He has examined issues and options for government intervention in terrorism insurance markets and conducted studies to inform the reauthorizations of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program. He has examined the prevalence of flood insurance across the country and, following Hurricane Sandy, assessed the costs and benefits of a flood insurance affordability program for New York City. He is currently examining the risk management practices of state and local government and was recently appointed to the governing board of California Earthquake Authority.