Insurance in Socialist East Europe

Hardcover | July 1, 1988

byPaul P. Rogers

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A companion volume to Rogers's Insurance in the Soviet Union (Praeger Publishers, 1986), this new work provides an in-depth examination of the operations of insurance industries in eastern European socialist countries. Rogers covers the administrative structure of insurance programs, the types of policies written, the insurance markets, and the extent of insurance protection. These topics provide the background to his discussion of two important issues: the transition from private to public insurance in socialist countries and the influence of the Soviet Union. In the latter case, there is explicit recognition by Soviet writers that practices in Eastern Europe have resulted in modifications of Soviet practices.

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A companion volume to Rogers's Insurance in the Soviet Union (Praeger Publishers, 1986), this new work provides an in-depth examination of the operations of insurance industries in eastern European socialist countries. Rogers covers the administrative structure of insurance programs, the types of policies written, the insurance markets...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:204 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:July 1, 1988Publisher:Praeger Publishers

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ISBN - 10:0275929035

ISBN - 13:9780275929039

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?Roger's unprecedented account of insurance systems in the socialist countries of Eastern Europe not only is the first publication of its kind in English, but also it has few counterparts in other languages. It fills the existing information gap giving a broad spectrum of facts and comments on insurance legislation, institutions, practice and even insurance related research and education. The authors have used the best available written sources and in some cases also their personal contacts with managements of East-European insurance companies. . . .?-The Journal of Risk and Insurance