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Development trends of general liability insurance in Lithuania

Daiva Jurevičienė, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania Ugnė Augustytė, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania Šaltinis: ISSN 1392-1258. EKONOMIKA 2011 Vol. 90(3) (136-150 psl.) Abstract The article deals with the situation of general liability insurance in Lithuania and its alteration, with an emphasis on the novelty of the topic. The essence of a particular insurance as well as the…
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FINANCIAL STABILITY OF THE EU’s INSURANCE COMPANIES

Jana Ziemele, Lithuania JSC „WESS“, Latvia Irina Voronova, Riga Technical University, Latvia Šaltinis: ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT: 2013. 18 (3) ISSN 2029-9338 Abstract The purpose of this research is to evaluate the system “Solvency II” as a tool to achieve financial stability in the insurance industry. The analysis and synthesis of scientific literature, logical and comparative analysis as well as monitoring…
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POPULATION AGEING AND THE TRAGEDY OF THE PENSION COMMONS

András Schlett, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary Šaltinis: ISSN 1392-1258. EKONOMIKA 2011 Vol. 90(3) Abstract The essay deals with sustainability issues of pension systems. Considering the functioning of the dividing–imposing systems, the definitive factors are the proportion and quality of active-age population and its willingness to pay pension contribution. It delineates the “prisoner’s dilemma” situation…
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TECHNIQUE FOR ASSESSING RELIABILITY OF INSURANCE COMPANIES

Irina Voronova, Rigas Technical University Šaltinis: BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATION ISSN 2029-7491 print / ISSN 2029-6169 (online) 2011, 9(2): 295–309 Abstract The purpose of this study is to improve the research technique for assessing the reliability of non-life insurance companies’ position. In this study, the author considers problems of assessment of reliability of insurance companies’ position. The author…
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The improvement of hazardous goods transportation technology

ijolė Batarlienė, Dept of Transport Management, Vilnius Gediminas Technical  University, Lithuania Šaltinis: TRANSPORT - 2004, Vol. XIX, No 2, 56-62 Abstract This article analyses the conception of the improvement of hazardous goods transportation technology as well as its theoretical principles. Basic organizational aspects of hazardous goods safe transportation are also represented. Effective and safe hazardous goods transportation…
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On future pensions from the second pillar pension funds

Algirdas Bartkus, Vilnius University, Lithuania Šaltinis: Organizations and markets in emerging economies. 2013, Vol. 4, no. 1(7). p. 121-140. ISSN 2029-458 Abstract he main focus of this paper lies in the possibility for particular second pillar pension funds participants to get a higher pension, compared with non-participants. These particular participants are the employees with average wages and…
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CHOOSING DISCOUNT RATE FOR THE EVALUATION OF INSURANCE LIABILITIES

Audrius Linartas, Mykolas Romeris University Ramūnas Baravykas, The Lithuanian Insurance Supervisory Commission Šaltinis:  ISSN 1822-8038 (online) INTELLECTUAL ECONOMICS 2010, No. 1(7), p. 30–40 Abstract The starting EU Solvency II requirements and future accounting standards will require discounting for all of insurance liabilities. A properly chosen discount rate could guarantee the value of insurance liabilities being adequate and market consistent. In…
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Sustainability of the public finance system via optimization of strategic management

Egidijus Bikas, Larisa Belinskaja Šaltinis: Intelektualinė ekonomika, 2012, Vol. 6, No. 4(16), p. 463-840 Driven by sustainability and knowledge-based principles, the public policy at all levels requires innovative ways of strategic management, which in many countries, particularly those that are trying to catch up to better-developed economies, is still chaotic and unstable. Having the theoretical…
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Policyholder obligations after insured event: are Baltic insurance laws too insurer-friendly compared to the principles of European insurance contract law?

Olavi-Jüri Luik Šaltinis: Baltic Journal of Law & Politics, Vol. 5, No. 1 (2012), p.137-164 This article explores the differences between the Estonian Law of Obligations Act, the Latvian Insurance Contract Law and Lithuanian rules contained in the Civil Code and Insurance Law in comparison with the Principles of European Insurance Contract Law with regards to…
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European Insurance – Key facts

Šaltinis: Insurance Europe This booklet provides key facts about the European insurance market and the contribution of European insurance to society and the economy. All figures are the latest available, with 2008 data being provisional. The figures do not include the small mutual insurance associations under regional “Land” supervision in Germany, the 45 mutual insurers (“Mutuelles…
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