Handbook of International Insurance: Between Global Dynamics and Local Contingencies analyzes key trends in the insurance industry in more than 15 important national insurance markets that represent over 90 percent of world insurance premiums. Well-known academics from Europe, the Americas and Asia examine their own national insurance markets, including the competitive structure, product and service innovations, and regulatory developments. The book provides academics and executives with an unprecedented range of information about todayas insurance markets. This book also provides important 'new' information on the evolution of the financial sector worldwide and comprehensive chapters on reinsurance, Lloydas of London, alternative risk transfer, South and East Asian insurance markets, and European insurance markets. Setting the stage is an overview chapter by the editors focusing on overall conclusions on globalization.Bolkestein, Frits, 2004, aBuilding a Single E.U. Market for Insurance, a address at conference organized by the Royal Institute of ... Whelan, eds., Ireland North and South: Perspectives from Social Science (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp.
|Title||:||Handbook of International Insurance|
|Author||:||J. David Cummins, Bertrand Venard|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-12-23|