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Theory of Externalities and workmen’s compensation

Theory of Externalities and workmen?s compensation

What are the proper roles of labour, the private sector and government in the provision and operation of workmen’s compensation? The economic theory of externalities provides an excellent framework to answer these and other questions relating to workmen’s compensation

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Case dismissed

Case dismissed

What happens when an occupational accident and disease claim against an employer is dismissed?

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That sinking feeling

That sinking feeling

Recently there was an important court case, from an insurance point of view, involving a marine accident. This provides a useful opportunity to discuss the position of workmen’s compensation for seamen

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Facts and myths about cyber risks and the role of insurance

Facts and myths about cyber risks and the role of insurance

With cyber risk being a relatively new phenomenon in the business world, there is much to know and much to be wary of

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