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On the Solvency of Insurers

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Part of the Huebner International Series on Risk, Insurance, and Economic Security book series (HSRI, volume 8)

Abstract

The purpose of this contribution is to provide an overall view of the solvency issue such as the author sees it.

Keywords

Business Cycle Market Risk Insurance Industry Solvency Ratio Claim Size 
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