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by Therese M. Vaughan,Emmett J. Vaughan
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  • Author:
    Therese M. Vaughan,Emmett J. Vaughan
  • ISBN:
    0470087536
  • ISBN13:
    978-0470087534
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  • Publisher:
    Wiley; 10 edition (December 21, 2007)
  • Pages:
    720 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Insurance
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  • Rating:
    4.9
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Therese M. Vaughan is the Robb B. Kelley Distinguished Professor of Insurance and Actuarial Science at. .Alas, Emmett died about 10 years ago, and Therese, the insurance commissioner their state, has rewritten his book

Therese M. Kelley Distinguished Professor of Insurance and Actuarial Science at Drake University. Prior to joining Drake, she served as Iowa Insurance Commissioner for over 10 years and as President of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Alas, Emmett died about 10 years ago, and Therese, the insurance commissioner their state, has rewritten his book. While this book contains all the content of the old book and is updated for new laws, it has none of the whimsy that made the old book bearable. It does not have study aids such as vocabulary lists, self-tests, and examples from life.

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Emmett J. Vaughan (author), Therese M. Vaughan (author). Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers. It then discusses the traditional fields of life and health insurance as solutions to the risks connected with the loss of income.

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by Emmett J. This classic, comprehensive book is divided into three sections. The first section examines the concept of risk, the nature of the insurance device, and the principles of risk management

by Emmett J. The first section examines the concept of risk, the nature of the insurance device, and the principles of risk management. This section also provides an overview of the insurance industry. The second section examines the traditional fields of life and health insurance as solutions to the risks connected with the loss of income. This classic book presents a thorough and comprehensive introduction to the field of insurance while emphasizing the consumer. And it deals with the risks associated with the ownership of property and legal liability. Categories: Business\Management.

by: Emmett J. Print ISBN: 9781118534007, 111853400X. You are leaving VitalSource and being redirected to Fundamentals of Risk and Insurance. eTextbook Return Policy. There are a few important things to keep in mind when returning an eBook you purchased from the VitalSource Store: You have 14 calendar days to return an item from the date you purchased it. You have not viewed or printed, in total, more than twenty percent (20%) of the VitalSource eTextbook.

by Therese M. Vaughan, Emmett J. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons. Release Date: November 2013. The final section deals with the risks associated with the ownership of property and legal liability.

This classic book presents a thorough and comprehensive introduction to the field of insurance while emphasizing the consumer. The new Tenth Edition first examines the concept of risk, the nature of the insurance device, and the principles of risk management. It then discusses the traditional fields of life and health insurance as solutions to the risks connected with the loss of income. And it deals with the risks associated with the ownership of property and legal liability.

Kirizius
This reference is a great source for personally understanding insurance. The original purpose for this book was to understand negligence in potential tort situations. Now, I'm reviewing my home, auto and other relevant insurance policies as well as understanding liabilities surrounding me.
Wrathmaster
The book is boring...very very boring. Seller is great. Very good price.
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fine book
Quendant
I still have thie book. I made this purchase over 5 years ago and I find myself going through the pages for insighful information. A book to have among your shelve.
Buriwield
The book looks like brand new on the inside. I need it for a class, so I'm not that excited about the contents. But I paid a fraction of the price for a new book, and don't have to put up with some else's highlighting, etc.
inform
The purchase, delivery, value and cost from Amazon was exceptional as always. The book itself leaves much to be desired, there are few examples to apply to what is needed in 2011. There are a few but they are in the footnotes! Authors have tons of good information but it gets lost in the magnitude of boring text.
skriper
since our professor didn't use this book very often, I almost never open it yet.
I use lecture notes very often instead of using this textbook.
Well, I guess I can try to review this book from the only perspective I read it from: that of a student. I had to read it for my CFP class on Insurance, and, as an introduction to most forms of insurance, it explains the forms in a very methodical and systematic way; it was very easy to follow and tough to get completely lost.
Honestly, I was never really fascinated with insurance. My life-licensing class was 24 hours of classroom time spread out over one weekend, so maybe that has created some insurance-related intellectual scars. The sections on Life Insurance and the basic components of any insurance contract and the whole insurance process were already familiar to me, so I found those sections incredibly uninteresting. The other forms of insurance were much more interesting and gave me a great foundation for other insurance studies I've done since.
The prose of the book, too, flows extremely well. In fact, I usually just lightly read passages explaining computations and formulas because I come back later to review them in-depth; however, while reading this book, I actually felt I fully understood most of the computations even while I read (which almost never happens because most formula-explaining reads much like Kant's "Metaphysics of Morals").
Just one closing point... I guess you'd have to be either Insurance Commissioner or a professor of insurance to be really interested in this material, but the authors write in a way that allows even the average CFP or insurance student to come away from the book with a good sense of how insurance works and where it fits into an individual's financial plan.