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Unit Link Terbaik Di Indonesia Commonwealth Life Investra Link, eyondd wae lee eyondd 2014 SelectedWorks

Unit Link Terbaik Di Indonesia Commonwealth Life Investra Link, Eyondd Wae Lee Eyondd

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Unit Link Terbaik di Indonesia Commonwealth Life investra Link adalah produk asuransi jiwa yang bersifat hibrida. Sebab, memberikan dua manfaat sekaligus, yakni manfaat perlindungan santunan asuransi jiwa dan manfaat investasi dalam bentuk nilai tunai. Adapun manfaat asuransi yang terkandung dalam unit link tidak berbeda dengan proteksi yang diberikan jenis asuransi jiwa tradisioanal, yakni manfaat meninggal dunia, manfaat santunan kesehatan, dan manfaat lainnya sesuai program yang dipilih. Yang istimewa, unit link memberikan manfaat hasil investasi dari premi yang ditempatkan pada dana investasi yang dinyatakan dalam unit, kinerja imbal hasilnya tergantung pada kinerja subdana investasi unit link yang dipilih nasabah sesuai dengan ...


Asuransi, Pengertian Dan Jenisnya, Wong Sugih 2014 SelectedWorks

Asuransi, Pengertian Dan Jenisnya, Wong Sugih

Wong Sugih

Membahas asuransi terutama unit links yang selengkapnya dapat di baca di http://geloraproletarian.web.id/2014/03/08/unit-link-terbaik-di-indonesia-commonwealth-life-investra-link.html.


Unit Link Terbaik, ada ada ada 2014 SelectedWorks

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Navigating The Health Care Labyrinth: Portraits Of The Socioeconomically Disadvantaged, Thomas C. Crawford PhD 2014 Antioch University

Navigating The Health Care Labyrinth: Portraits Of The Socioeconomically Disadvantaged, Thomas C. Crawford Phd

Dissertations & Theses

In 2010, an estimated population of the 311,212,863 Americans generated approximately 1,014,688,290 physician office encounters (Moore, 2010). The frequency and number of professional interactions between caregivers and patients/family members in medical office settings equated to a staggering 1,931 visits per minute. Based on the massive volume of interactions that occurred between patients of different races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic standings that generated an average household income of $49,445 in 2010 (United States Census Bureau, 2010a) with a physician workforce that the Association of American Medical Colleges (2010) captured as being ...


Can Consumers Make Affordable Care Affordable? The Value Of Choice Architecture, Eric J. Johnson, Ran Hassin, Tom Baker, Allison T. Bajger, Galen Treuer 2013 University of Pennsylvania Law School

Can Consumers Make Affordable Care Affordable? The Value Of Choice Architecture, Eric J. Johnson, Ran Hassin, Tom Baker, Allison T. Bajger, Galen Treuer

Faculty Scholarship

Starting this October, tens of millions will be choosing health coverage on a state or federal health insurance exchange as part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. We examine how well people make these choices, how well they think they do, and what can be done to improve these choices. We conducted 6 experiments asking people to choose the most cost-effective policy using websites modeled on current exchanges. Our results suggest there is significant room for improvement. Without interventions, respondents perform at near chance levels and show a significant bias, overweighting out-of-pocket expenses and deductibles. Financial incentives do ...


Behavioral Economics And Insurance Law: The Importance Of Equilibrium Analysis, Tom Baker, Peter Siegelman 2013 University of Pennsylvania Law School

Behavioral Economics And Insurance Law: The Importance Of Equilibrium Analysis, Tom Baker, Peter Siegelman

Faculty Scholarship

Because choosing insurance requires consumers to assess risks and probabilities, the demand for insurance has proven to be fertile ground for identifying deviations from rational behavior. Consumers often shun the insurance against large losses that they rationally should want (e.g., floods); and they are attracted to insurance against small losses (extended warranties, low deductibles) that no rational individual should purchase. But the welfare consequences of behavioral anomalies in insurance are complex, because consumers’ irrational behavior takes place in a market profoundly shaped by informational asymmetries. Under some conditions, deviations from rational behavior may actually generate insurance market equilibria that ...


Obamacare Moving Forward: What Is The Prognosis?, Jan Ambrose PhD 2013 La Salle University

Obamacare Moving Forward: What Is The Prognosis?, Jan Ambrose Phd

Explorer Café

No abstract provided.


Open Innovation And Crowdsourcing Communities Design: A Cross Case Analysis, Francesca Cabiddu 2013 SelectedWorks

Open Innovation And Crowdsourcing Communities Design: A Cross Case Analysis, Francesca Cabiddu

Francesca Cabiddu

No abstract provided.


Implications Of Off-Farm Income For Farm Income Stabilization Policies, Simon Jette-Nantel 2013 University of Kentucky

Implications Of Off-Farm Income For Farm Income Stabilization Policies, Simon Jette-Nantel

Theses and Dissertations--Agricultural Economics

This dissertation examines to what extent off-farm diversification may be an appropriate and accessible tool to mitigate the adverse effects from market failures and incompleteness in the crop and farm income insurance market. While the influence of the nonfarm sector has long been recognized as a primary force in shaping farm structure, off-farm income is rarely acknowledge as a risk management tool for operators and households of commercial farms. The dissertation develops a dynamic model that includes capital market imperfections, economies of scale in farm production, and the presence of adjustment costs in labor allocation decisions. The model provides a ...


“You Want Insurance With That?” Using Behavioral Economics To Protect Consumers From Add-On Insurance Products, Tom Baker, Peter Siegelman 2013 University of Pennsylvania Law School

“You Want Insurance With That?” Using Behavioral Economics To Protect Consumers From Add-On Insurance Products, Tom Baker, Peter Siegelman

Faculty Scholarship

Persistently high profits on “insurance” for small value losses sold as an add-on to other products or services (such as extended warranties sold with consumer electronics, loss damage waivers sold with a car rental, and credit life insurance sold with a loan) pose a twofold challenge to the standard economic analysis of insurance. First, expected utility theory teaches that people should not buy insurance for small value losses. Second, the market should not in the long run permit sellers to charge prices that greatly exceed the cost of providing the insurance. Combining the insights of the Gabaix and Laibson shrouded ...


The Bonds That Tie: Will A Performance Bond Require That A Surety Deliver A Certified Green Building?, Darren Prum, Lorilee Medders 2012 SelectedWorks

The Bonds That Tie: Will A Performance Bond Require That A Surety Deliver A Certified Green Building?, Darren Prum, Lorilee Medders

Darren A. Prum

In 2006, the city of Washington, D. C. passed landmark legislation that introduced green building requirements for various types of structures into the jurisdiction over a five-year period. A noteworthy aspect of the legislation directed construction projects within the district to purchase green performance bonds up to $3 million to guard against a privately owned project’s failure to meet its green building aspirations. In essence, this law placed the burden of guaranteeing compliance with the government’s policy upon the contractors and sureties of a green building project.

Following the passage of this act, confusion amongst the construction industry ...


External Knowledge, Territorial Inertia And Local Development: An Exploratory Case Study, Francesca Cabiddu, Daniela Pettinao 2012 SelectedWorks

External Knowledge, Territorial Inertia And Local Development: An Exploratory Case Study, Francesca Cabiddu, Daniela Pettinao

Francesca Cabiddu

This study examines the relationship between an entrepreneur’s absorptive capacity, the spiral of knowledge and local development. Although a great number of theoretical and empirical studies have pointed out the importance of local networking and informal contacts when spreading knowledge locally, very few of them provide robust evidence on the role of the entrepreneur’s absorptive capacity and external knowledge in local development. This paper tries to explain the reasons why this problem can no longer be ignored and provides a preliminary examination, through an exploratory case study, of the role that the entrepreneur’s absorptive capacity and external ...


Mortgage Securitization 666: The Crime That Took Place - Jpmorgan Chase And Its Wamu Customers, Symphony Music 2012 SelectedWorks

Mortgage Securitization 666: The Crime That Took Place - Jpmorgan Chase And Its Wamu Customers, Symphony Music

Symphony Music

This description of the crime that Chase participates in as it proceeds with its foreclosure activities is necessary because the banking industry is misleading the judicial system about important financial aspects of today’s home loan mortgages. This is an initial attempt to describe the crime, including references to La Cosa Nostra and the crime families.


Legal Barriers To Implementing International Providers Into Medical Provider Networks For Workers' Compensation, Richard Krasner 2012 SelectedWorks

Legal Barriers To Implementing International Providers Into Medical Provider Networks For Workers' Compensation, Richard Krasner

Richard Krasner

Over the last twenty years, medical costs associated with lost time workers’ compensation claims has risen dramatically, despite efforts to reform the system. Medical tourism, a popular option for many seeking lower cost health care, is one option that has yet to catch on. Issues of quality of health care in other countries is no different for workers’ compensation patients, as it is for health care patients, and with accreditation from the Joint Commission International (JCI), hospitals that cater to medical tourists offer better care at lower cost than most U.S. hospitals offer. Certain procedures, common to workers’ compensation ...


Insurance Coverage For Drought-Damaged Crops, William M. Edwards 2012 Iowa State University

Insurance Coverage For Drought-Damaged Crops, William M. Edwards

Integrated Crop Management News

Nearly 90 percent of the corn and soybean acres in Iowa are covered by multiple peril crop insurance. Drought damage is an insurable loss under these policies. Producers should consult with their crop insurance agents before harvesting or destroying any drought-damaged crops, however.


Slideshow: Case Study- Jpmorgan Chase & Washington Mutual, Symphony Music, Melody Singer 2012 SelectedWorks

Slideshow: Case Study- Jpmorgan Chase & Washington Mutual, Symphony Music, Melody Singer

Symphony Music

Slideshow of how Chase took advantage of its actions to take property from American Homeowners.


Slideshow: Participants In A Securitization, Symphony Music 2012 SelectedWorks

Slideshow: Participants In A Securitization, Symphony Music

Symphony Music

Presentation outlining the roles of Securitization participants and the banking "front" that undermines regulations and creates the fraud.


Slideshow: Where Is A Default In A Securitization?, Symphony Music 2012 SelectedWorks

Slideshow: Where Is A Default In A Securitization?, Symphony Music

Symphony Music

There is no "default" in a securitized mortgage loan. The loan is paid off ab initio and the existence of the note is fabricated from paid off balances for the convenience of the originators who didn't think through the foreclosure process.


Slideshow: Bank Monopoly Power In The Usa, Symphony Music 2012 SelectedWorks

Slideshow: Bank Monopoly Power In The Usa, Symphony Music

Symphony Music

Slideshow about US bank monopoly power. A distilled history of banking evolution to what it is today and the shift away from the Public Trust. Includes the bank's tactical response strategy.


Mortgage Securitization 426 Working Paper: Is It An Insurance Product?, Symphony Music 2012 SelectedWorks

Mortgage Securitization 426 Working Paper: Is It An Insurance Product?, Symphony Music

Symphony Music

This discussion highlights informed interaction between two knowledgeable parties about whether the residential mortgage asset backed securitization process involves the creation of an insurance product. Although an initial conclusion reached by an Insurance Examiner that it is not “insurance,” that same Examiner opened the door that it could be viewed as “insurance.” If it is determined that insurance is involved, the obligation to collect taxes falls onto the Connecticut State Department of Revenue Services, the requirement to collect balance sheets falls onto the Insurance Department, and the decision to prosecute originators for perpetuating a fraud on bank loan consumers falls ...


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