The Insurance Industry in Canada
— Published on December 31, 1987
This book discusses how prices, income and demographic factors affect the demand for insurance. Productivity, innovation and scale and scope economies are analyzed with implications drawn for entry barriers and mergers affecting Canadian insurers. The effects of government tax policy and direct regulation of the industry are analyzed and evaluated, along with the role of insurance firms as financial intermediaries.
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