Insurance Logic, 2e
Risk Management Strategies for Canadians

Moshe A. Milevsky, Aron A. Gottesman    

Captus Press, ISBN 978-1-55322-088-6 (2004)
232 pages, 280 g, 5.5 X 8.5, $25.50 (US$25.50)
 

Insurance Logic uniquely demonstrates the value of human capital when choosing any insurance policy.

Written by financial experts Moshe A. Milevsky and Aron A. Gottesman, it explains how converting human capital into financial capital is far more beneficial than relying on the latter alone. The book explores this approach in nine chapters. Each of the first six provides specific information about different types of insurance policies, while the remaining three discuss the details involved in dealing with insurance companies, insurance fraud, and other related matters.

Well-researched, composed in a comprehensive manner and interspersed with helpful diagrams, Insurance Logic is a guide designed to help you make sound, informed choices as an insurance buyer, and protect not only your capital, but you and your loved ones.

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Table of Contents   top

Acknowledgements (Second Edition)
Acknowledgements (First Edition)
Introduction

  1. Life Insurance and the Theory of Insurance
  2. Longevity Insurance
  3. Health Insurance and Travel Insurance
  4. Disability Insurance and Critical Illness Insurance
  5. Automobile Insurance
  6. Property Insurance
  7. Dealing with Your Insurance Company
  8. Insurance Fraud
  9. Conclusion

Information Resources
Glossary
About the Authors
Index

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Moshe Arye Milevsky, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Finance at the Schulich School of Business at York University, and is the Executive Director of the Individual Finance and Insurance Decision Centre, in Toronto. He has published over 30 scholarly research articles and is the co-editor of the Journal of Pension Economics and Finance. He is also the author of Money Logic: Financial Strategies for the Smart Investor, The Probability of Fortune: Financial Strategies with the Best Odds, and Wealth Logic: Wisdom for Improving your Personal Finances. In addition to his consulting activities for a variety of global companies in the financial services sector, Milevsky has lectured widely on the topic of pensions, investments and personal wealth management. He is an avid soccer player and opera connoisseur, and currently lives in Toronto with his wife Edna and three daughters. Visit his Web page at: http://www.yorku.ca/milevsky

Aron A. Gottesman, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Lubin School of Business at Pace University in Lower Manhattan, and is an academic research member of the Individual Finance and Insurance Decision Centre. Gottesman is the author of a number of scholarly research articles in the areas of finance and economics, and is a coauthor of a forthcoming biography of Paul Samuelson. Gottesman has consulted extensively to both private corporations and governments in Canada. He is a professionally trained musician, and lives in New Jersey with his wife, Ronit, and four children. Visit his Web page at: www.arongottesman.com.