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Articles from Risk & Insurance (October 1, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
"Foreign" policies' finer points. Cox, Charles H. 578
A hospital's integration evolution. Stevens, Marybeth 1885
ACE Overseas General. 157
Actuaries eye risk roles. Quinn, Lawrence Richter 2269
Aspen Specialty expands. 170
Assurant Employee Benefits. 89
Barreling into primary carriers and reinsurers. Crombie, Roger 1171
Behavior-based safety: a model poisoned by the past; based on obsolete thinking, behavior-based safety isolates safety instead of integrating it. Eckenfelder, Donald J. 557
Behavior-based safety: a solution to injury prevention: behavior-based safety "empowers" employees and addresses the dynamics of injury prevention. Geller, E. Scott 468
Buyers dodge a regulatory bullet: AIRMIC hails regulators' concessions but "total clarity" still lacking as U.K. authorities leave door ajar for further action. Tuohy, Cyril 258
Capital flows into captive havens: Caribbean jurisdictions do not necessarily see themselves in competition with Bermuda but with the United States and Europe, where captive markets have been growing apace. U.S. jurisdictions now include 21 states and the District of Columbia. Crombie, Roger 1916
Credit-based insurance scores creep into commercial lines: credit-based insurance scores, already a staple in the personal lines business, are creeping into commercial lines insurance, which is not as regulated, says one expert. Starner, Tom 380
Dangers lurking: with kidnappings on the rise, companies need to become more aggressive securing the safety of employees who travel or work overseas. Often, "a little prevention goes a long way," one expert says. Patton, Carol 1774
Directory: technology directory. 26279
Editor's page. Tuohy, Cyril 241
EU to overhaul rules. 149
Fiserv buys vendor. 107
Gaping holes cited in medical care: to close the gaps, health care managers say it's time for doctors to rein in some procedures. Allen, Russ 334
Industry risk report: transportation. 2241
Infinite wealth faces a finite future. Crombie, Roger 1406
MarketScout honors Heroes. 130
MetLife launches "critical" shift in strategy: the life insurance giant will bundle critical care products in the first quarter of 2005. Yahn, Steven 489
Mr. Zax at his Zenith. Rousmaniere, Peter 596
P/C industry to pay $6.8b. 131
PharmaCare rolls out program. 107
Prices ease a little. Shutan, Bruce 2343
Schifrin, Gagnon & Dickey. 96
Size matters: welcome to the wild and wooly world of nanotechnology, the dwelling place of nanotubes, nanoshells, fullerenes, "buckyballs," quantum dots and nanowhiskers. These objects are measured in the billionth-scale. As the size of these products shrink further, their risk in industrial use increases. Insurers remain wary. Fitzpatrick, Michael 2554
Speaking of cells ... Crombie, Roger 608
The future beckons for a 'northern light': young, brash and astute, Craig Rowe finds ways to save the City of St. John's money despite its small tax base. In the process, he has come to the attention of the RIMS establishment as a potential leader who never, ever settles for being No. 2. Kosub, David Cover Story 1279
Upcoming events. Calendar 312
Vista Insurance Partners. 81
Willis Re. 117
Worst insured property losses from terrorist acts. 134
Worth repeating. 144

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