James S. Trieschmann, CPCU, CLU has a DBA degree from Indiana University. He was the Dudley L. Moore, Jr. Chairholder in Insurance and is a past president of the American Risk and Insurance Association. Dr. Trieschmann retired in July 2003 after teaching for 30 years at the University of Georgia.
Risk Management and Insurance / Edition 9by Sandra G. Gustavson, James S. Treischmann
The new edition of Risk Management and Insurance is a major revision with expanded and integrated coverage of risk management. This book is appropriate for a one-quarter or one-semester course in risk management and insurance found in finance departments.See more details below
The new edition of Risk Management and Insurance is a major revision with expanded and integrated coverage of risk management. This book is appropriate for a one-quarter or one-semester course in risk management and insurance found in finance departments.
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Table of Contents
Part I What is Risk? 1 Introduction to Risk Part II The Risk Management Process 2 Risk Identification and Evaluation 3 Risk Management Techniques: Noninsurance Methods 4 Insurance as a Risk Management Technique: Principles 5 Insurance as a Risk Management Tool: Policy Provisions 6 Selecting Risk Management Techniques Part III Risk Management--Property and Liability Exposures 7 Exposures to Property and Liability Losses 8 Personal Automobile Policy--Part I 9 Personal Automobile Policy--Part II 10 Risk Management for Homeowners 11 Business Liability and WorkersU Compensation Insurance 12 Business Property Insurance--Part I 13 Business Property Insurance--Part II Part IV Risk Management--Life, Health, and Income Insurance 14 Life, Health, and Loss-of-Income Exposures 15 Life Insurance 16 Health Insurance 17 Annuities 18 Employee Benefits: Life and Health Benefits 19 Employee Benefits: Retirement Plans 20 Financial and Estate Planning Part V The Risk Management Environment 21 The Insurance Industry 22 Functions and Organization of Insurers and Risk Managers 23 Government Regulation of Insurance 24 Implementing Risk Management Decisions Appendices A Glossary B Present Value and Annuity Tables C Risk Management Checklist D Personal Automobile Policy E Homeowners--3 Policy F Homeowners--4 Policy G Whole Life Insurance Policy H Disability Income Insurance Policy
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