Risks, Rewards and Shifting Paradigms

Coyne, Frank J.
May 2008
Best's Review;May2008, Vol. 109 Issue 1, p107
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the emerging issues confronting the insurance industry. He cites the emerging issues such as frequent outbreaks of drug-resistant forms of staph in schools, pandemic risks and arson resulting from the mortgage crisis. The author also advised insurance companies to be ready in claims brought by the introduction of nanotechnology in businesses and other advances in science and technology.


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