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Posts tagged "Center for Retirement Research (CRR)"


How Substantial Are the Benefits of the Life Insurance Secondary Market for Policyholders, and Insurers?

July 1, 2008

ISI provided a $100,000 grant to launch this research project, conducted by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College. This study undertakes an empirical and theoretical analysis of the benefits that a market for life settlements offers to current and prospective policyholders. It further examines the potential effects of life settlements on the economics [...]


ISI provided a $100,000 grant to launch this research project, conducted by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College. This study undertakes an empirical and theoretical analysis of the benefits that a market for life settlements offers to current and prospective policyholders. It further examines the potential effects of life settlements on the economics of underwriting life insurance; and, it utilizes its theoretical model to estimate the consequences of regulations that limit life settlements on policyholders’ welfare.

How Substantial Are the Benefits of the Life Insurance Secondary Market for Policyholders, and Insurers?

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Insurance Studies Institute Partners with Boston College

June 16, 2008

Keystone, Colorado ( June 16th, 2008) – The Insurance Studies Institute (ISI) forges a partnership with the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College (CRR), to study the benefits and impacts of the Life Settlements Market. Read the Press Release: ISI Partners with Boston College


Keystone, Colorado ( June 16th, 2008) – The Insurance Studies Institute (ISI) forges a partnership with the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College (CRR), to study the benefits and impacts of the Life Settlements Market.

Read the Press Release: ISI Partners with Boston College

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