Contributions to Insurance Economics:
The Apportionment of Loss and Contribution of Compound Insurance:A Clear Explanation of the Various Rules, With Examples (Classic Reprint) William Henry Daniels
Contributions to the Economics of Index Based Insurance Schemes: Matthias Rödl
Contributions to the Economics of Index Based Insurance Schemes:1st ed. 2019 Matthias Rödl
Implicit Embedded Options in Life Insurance Contracts:A Market Consistent Valuation Framework Contributions to Management Science. 2012. Auflage Nils Rüfenacht
In 2004, almost 46 million Americans had no health insurance. Spending on health care can be very high, and even the cost of the most basic health insurance increases continuously. Employers usually take on most health insurance expenses, but even so, policyholders are paying more and more every year. What are you paying for exactly? What will your monthly payment be if you do not get sick or go to the doctor? What do you do if you are not working or are self-employed? What is the difference between the various options for existing plans? This amount of information about health plans, payment contributions, and franchises is enough to make your head spin. In this book, we analyze the main types of health plans and explain their differences. Keep in mind that there are always variations between individual plans, but at least we will give you some advantage in selecting the right plan for you. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tracy Tupman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/064733/bk_acx0_064733_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This new edition of the Handbook of Insurance reviews the last forty years of research developments in insurance and its related fields. A single reference source for professors, researchers, graduate students, regulators, consultants and practitioners, the book starts with the history and foundations of risk and insurance theory, followed by a review of prevention and precaution, asymmetric information, risk management, insurance pricing, new financial innovations, reinsurance, corporate governance, capital allocation, securitization, systemic risk, insurance regulation, the industrial organization of insurance markets and other insurance market applications. It ends with health insurance, longevity risk, long-term care insurance, life insurance financial products and social insurance. This second version of the Handbook contains 15 new chapters. Each of the 37 chapters has been written by leading authorities in risk and insurance research, all contributions have been peer reviewed, and each chapter can be read independently of the others.
The Mortality Experience of Industrial Policyholders, 1916-1920:A Contribution to the Public Health Movement in America (Classic Reprint) Colonial Life Insurance Company America
In this whitepaper we will discuss Healthcare Issues Emerging Countries are facing and what initiatives are in place to solve them. We will analyze micro finance and micro insurance models and particularly, as a healthcare company, we will focus on what could be our contribution within this big challenge. Over the past decade, micro finance and micro insurance have made great progress and gained recognition for the advantages they can have for BoP markets as well as among the bank and insurance sector for their capacity to penetrate a previously unaccessible Country. As Prahalad and Hammond stated in their article, we assist at the exploration of new markets and the introduction of new strategies as well as new products. Moreover, a regulatory framework has started to grow in many countries with regards to micro insurance and in order to develop innovations, putting the customer at the first place. The initial phase of this progress and the difficulty of it, makes complex to get a complete picture of what is currently happening worldwide. What are best practices? Where is micro finance growing? And micro insurance? Why? Which challenges do they have to face?