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The economics of national insurance.

Alan T. Peacock

The economics of national insurance.

by Alan T. Peacock

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Published by Hodge in Edinburgh .
Written in English


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Pagination126p. :
Number of Pages126
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Insurance is a concept, a technique, and an economic institution. It is a major tool of risk management, and plays an important role in the economic, social, and political life of all countries. Economic growth throughout the world has even expanded the role of insurance. Theory and Practice of Insurance aims to describe the significance of insurance institutions, 4/5(2). Abstract. Emphasizing general liability insurance, we describe basic relationships between legal liability law, liability insurance, and loss control, including the practical limitations of liability rules and insurance markets as mechanisms for promoting efficient deterrence and by:

The insurance industry exists because people are willing to pay a price for being insured. There is an economic theory that explains why insureds are willing to pay a premium larger than the net premium, that is, the mathematical expectation of the insured theory postulates that a decision maker, generally without being aware of it, attaches a value u(w) to his wealth w . The National Insurance Act created National Insurance, originally a system of health insurance for industrial workers in Great Britain based on contributions from employers, the government, and the workers was one of the foundations of the modern welfare state. It also provided unemployment insurance for designated cyclical on: c.

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