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September/October 2010


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  • The Case for Credit-Based Insurance Scores
    In their absence, those with lower expected losses will end up paying more than what is actuarially fair for their insurance coverage.
  • Notes on Insurance Credit Scoring
    Logical fallacies can make applying for car insurance a discordant experience.
  • Enhanced Credibility: Actuarial Science and the Renaissance of Bayesian Thinking
    Whether their strategy involves concealing, revealing, manipulating, or interpreting information, all companies play to win.
  • Health Care Reform: Learning from Others
    Japan—Among industrialized countries, Japan has the lowest per capita spending on health care and the highest life expectancy. What are the Japanese doing right?
    Singapore—An aging resident population will pose the biggest test for Singapore's health system in coming years.
  • Plus puzzles and more.

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