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Reflections - Stumbling About

The recent Japanese turn to more stimulus and devaluation, austerity in the U.K. and fiscal paralysis in the U.S. affirm that developed countries have little idea how to escape their fiscal traps.


In recent years, there has been a disturbing rise in the use of narcotics to treat pain, including pain from work-related injuries. Learn about our recommended four strategies for curbing narcotics abuse in workers compensation case management.

Global Catastrophe Survival Guide: New Challenges to Casualty Risk Management

This paper discusses new challenges to casualty risk management and highlights the importance of developing effective global catastrophe management plans.

Safety Forecast High Winds

Read how the Liberty Mutual Consulting Center helped select a wind tracker tool and mobile application to accurately and reliably measure wind direction, speed, and gusts.

Demystifying Premium Deficiency Reserves

Learn more about several of the practical considerations when determining whether a Premium Deficiency Reserve exists from an accounting and actuarial point of view.

Leveraging A.M. Best Data to Create Competitive Advantage

Consulting actuary, Erich Brandt, FCAS, MAAA, uses four case studies to demonstrate how publicly available data can create competitive advantage in the property casualty insurance industry.

Reflections - Mandarin Snow Globe

Central bankers are talking more about the unintended consequences of their actions. Ebullient risk takers beware.

Cross-Border Challenges to Side A Directors & Officers Liability Insurance

This report addresses the complex challenges of identifying and underwriting a multinational D&O program and the difficult question of structuring locally compliant Side A insurance in conjunction with it.

Reflections - Helium or Gravity? Valuing Common Stocks

As the U.S. stock market returned to its previous highs in recent weeks, a chorus of confidence predicted continuing gains. The historical evidence is not encouraging, since expectations are already incorporated into stock prices.

Reflections - Old Hickory Rides Again

The debt ceiling fracas astonished the world, understandably. But the philosophy of the radicals in the Tea Party radicals is not new.

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