Table of contents for Risk management and insurance / Scott E. Harrington, Gregory R. Niehaus.

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Part I  Overview of Risk Management
 1. Risk and its Management
 2. Objectives of Risk Management
Part II  Risk Reduction Through Insurance Markets
 3. Risk Measurement and Risk Pooling
 4. Risk Pooling and Insurance Institutions
 5. Insurance Pricing
 6. Insolvencies, Solvency Ratings and Regulation
 7. Risk Aversion and Risk Management by Individuals and Corporations
 8. Insurability of Risk, Contractual Provisions, and Legal Doctrines
Part III  Fundamentals of Corporate Risk Management
 9. Risk Management and Shareholder Wealth--A Financial Exposition
 10. Tax, Regulatory and Accounting Factors Affecting Corporate Risk Management
 11. Loss Financing Methods 
 12. Risk Management Decision Making
 13. Reducing Risk through Hedging and Diversification
Part IV  Legal Liability and Worker Injury Risk
 14. The Legal Liability for Injuries
 15. Liability to Consumers,Third Parties, and Shareholders
 16. Responsibility/Liability for Employee Injury
 17. Issues in Liability Risk and Its Management
 Part V  Benefit Plans and Social Security
 18. Employee Benefits: Overview and Group Medical Coverage
 19. Retirement Plans
 20. Social Security
Part VI Personal Insurance
 21. Automobile Insurance
 22. Homeowners Insurance
 23. Life Insurance and Annuities
Part VII  Government Regulation of Insurance Markets
 24. Insurance Regulation

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Risk (Insurance) Risk management