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Articles from Risk & Insurance (March 1, 2007)

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A doomed field? Rosenfeld, Robert N. Letter to the editor 271
A waste of talent. Germond, Nancy Letter to the editor 227
Altered states: nationalization is once again at the forefront of trade credit risk. Tuohy, Cyril 467
An appalling connection. Rabbitt, Pete Letter to the editor 100
Another call for clarity; Illinois Supreme Court rules in favor of simplicity in policy wording. Brodsky, Matthew 299
Back to front: regulators and customers are demanding front-office treatment, seeking to be handled as critical business partners, not as back-end receivers of back-office results. Johnson, Judy; Steckler, Dennis A. 1605
Can't keep a good man down. Slattery, Tom 638
Claims collapsing. Popow, Donna J. Letter to the editor 138
Dirty duty brings civil liability. Kircher, Philip G. 589
Feeding new talent. Moore, Patrick C. Letter to the editor 362
Getting old people's business gracefully: for insurers, the long-term-care industry is a worthwhile risk again. Loss figures are down, so new capacity is rolling in. But some facilities believe they're better off living independently--risk management or not. Brodsky, Matthew 2006
Getting them out alive: evacuation planning for routine and extreme emergencies takes planning and preparation. Nolan, Harry 1464
Industry risk report: computer hardware. Brodsky, Matthew 1472
Laying down new rules of engagement: a new leader in Bermuda promises to tackle the issue of the rising cost of doing business by implementing labor reform. Crombie, Roger Cover story 1832
Likelihood versus certain. Vance, Beaumont 616
More than up to PAR; the errors-and-omissions captive for brokerage firms celebrates a 20-year milestone. Fogg, Erin 575
One long, long mission: it took 21 years to close the estate of the Mission Insurance Group. This is the story of why and how it took so long. Schacht, James W.; Hepler, Lynne Prescott 2761
Process re-engineering: fruitless busywork: this exercise in window dressing does nothing to change the fundamental economics of the business. Cohen, Brian S. 665
Process re-engineering: make it your mandate: the rewards of overhauling a claims system far outweigh the risks, and success stories abound. Narasimhan, Badri 651
Risk history. Callahan, Tom Letter to the editor 142
Show me the postmortem money: Missouri Supreme Court overturns workers' comp axiom. Brodsky, Matthew 341
States on board to cover their uninsured: state efforts at mandatory health insurance could become a 'compliance nightmare" for employers. Greenstein, Louis 435
Steady as she goes: expect more of the same for workers' comp in 2007. Clifton, Joshua 577
Surviving in a Darwinian world: technology companies live and die by their latest offerings, and executives may have to bet the company every few years just to survive. In this world, risk management takes on a whole different meaning. Insurance is just one part of the program. Fitzpatrick, Michael 1822
Tabled dreams. Tuohy, Cyril 334
Taking a toll: construction companies rush into captives as the courts, shoddy work and construction defect claims make life difficult for builders. Vowinkel, Patricia 1973
Technology directory. Directory 13311
Thank you. McClintock, Wendy Letter to the editor 101
The changing face of disability management; siloed no more, the new thinking requires a multidisciplinary approach and pays attention to the employee, not how a case is handled. Caggianelli, Pamela; Mattaliano, Renee 1217
The twisted life of a policy. Crombie, Roger 655
Timely topic. Madewell, Cathy Letter to the editor 154
Upcoming events. Calendar 480
Work safety emerges in China. Rousmaniere, Peter 587

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