Research Paper On Insurance Topics
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UK Value Determinants and Long Term Life Insurance and Short Term General Insurance
This 8 page report discusses financial market issues in the United Kingdom focussing on the differences between long term (life) insurance and short term (general) insurance. Since many personal insurance products are actually savings products, financial institutions and insurance companies have realized that a great potential exists for cost savings through a joining of forces. As that has happened, the determinants of value and changes in probabilities have all occurred. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Should A Company Undertake Loss Management If They Have Insurance?
This 14 page paper discusses the statement "As an organisation we pay a lot of money on insurance. There is therefore no need for us to invest time and resources in other methods of loss management." The paper discusses this looking at what losses insurance can cover, alternatives to insurance, the need for a cost benefit analysis, responsibility and the influence of asymmetrical information and moral hazard. The bibliography cites 10 sources.
History of Minimum Wage, Supreme Court to Rule on ACA
A 3 page research paper that covers two topics. The first half of the paper presents the history of the federally mandated minimum wage, and the second half discusses the Supreme Court's announcement that it will rule on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act's required mandate for all Americans to purchase health insurance. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Literature Review of Consumer Research
An 8 page paper providing a literature review for the research questions identified in KSresConsHlth.rtf, “Researching Consumer Attitudes in Private Health Insurance.” The review addresses the topics of service quality, process flows and call center operation. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Affordability of Health Insurance Letter to U.S. Senator Bill Frist
A 4 page letter to Senator Bill Frist, M.D., describing a citizen’s view of his inability to purchase health care insurance. A large and growing percentage of the American people are unable to afford any health care insurance of any kind, yet do not qualify for social assistance programs. While those who can afford insurance can buy it and those who live in poverty have full access to public health care programs, many of those of us who cannot afford either health care or health care insurance earn just enough that we also do not qualify for public assistance of any kind. Bibliography lists 3 sources.