Experts discuss the economic, legal, and social issues surrounding the use of genetic testing in determining eligibility for life insurance.
Applying developments in corporate finance theory and the economic theory of organizations, this work describes in practical terms how such authorities could be created and given the incentives to behave exactly like bankers behave toward borrowers, as "tough" claimholders.
This fully updated and expanded new edition will address all the main issues with directors' and officers' insurance from an insurance law perspective, aiming... Læs mere
Since 1945, most Americans have received health insurance directly from their employer. That is about to change. Starting this autumn, employers will be telling millions of employees to "buy your own health insurance, and we will pay for it.
The future of the insurance regulation begins now For those involved with the insurance industry, from investment professionals to policy makers, and regulators to... Læs mere
How did the United States come to have its distinctive workplace-based health insurance system? This book explores the history... Læs mere
The book describes a valuation approach tailored to brokers and analyses insurance intermediary M&A revealing positive abnormal returns for... Læs mere
Delivers a fast-paced behind-the-scenes account of two federal legislative efforts twenty years apart - one from the political left and one from the right - to reform America's auto insurance system to make it fairer and more affordable.
Risk taking in business contributes towards innovation while excessive risk taking is associated with corporate failure. This book illustrates how insurance against personal liability of the manager threatens but also benefits society and the economy