Insurance Law And Policy: Cases, Materials, And Problems
by Tom Baker
This contemporary, teachable text by the director of the Insurance Law Center at the University of Connecticut stresses the role of insurance in American business and society. With Insurance Law and Policy: Cases, Materials, and Problems, instructors can structure a course that is both meaningful and memorable.
Hardcover, 627 pages
Published March 28th 2003 by Aspen Publishers
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Tom Baker, a preeminent scholar in insurance law, explores insurance, risk, and responsibility using methods and perspectives drawn from economics, sociology, psychology, and history. He is author of The Medical Malpractice Myth (Chicago, 2005), in which he attacks misperceptions behind the tort reform movement and proposes an evidence-based approach to medical liability reform. Baker’s work on mo...moreMore about Tom Baker...