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2014 | vol. 12, nr 4 (49), t. 2 Constructing & Deconstructing Creative Practices of Management / Konstruowanie i dekonstruowanie twórczych praktyk w zarządzaniu i ekonomii | 11--28
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Creativity as a Travelling Concept : from Alexander Gerard to Richard Florida

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Kreatywność jako wędrujące pojęcie: od Alexandra Gerarda do Richarda Floridy
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Analiza tendencji na rozwiniętych rynkach w obszarze ubezpieczeń odpowiedzialności cywilnej pozwala na stwierdzenie, że do głównych czynników implikujących wzrost wartości wypłacanych świadczeń należą utracone dochody oraz koszty opieki długoterminowej. W polskim systemie koszty te stanowią składową świadczeń w postaci rent i także zyskują na znaczeniu. Celem artykułu jest identyfikacja i analiza ekonomicznych problemów, jakie generuje proces kalkulacji i wypłaty świadczeń rentowych z tytułu ubezpieczeń odpowiedzialności cywilnej, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem specyfiki polskiego rynku. W pierwszej części artykułu zaprezentowano zagadnienia związane z przedmiotem kompensacji w świadczeniach rentowych i jego specyfiką. Następnie zidentyfikowano na tym tle problemy kalkulacji świadczeń rentowych. Podjęto problematykę implikacji dla gospodarki finansowej zakładów ubezpieczeń. Przeprowadzone zostały analizy danych dotyczących kształtowania się wypłat z tytułu ubezpieczeń odpowiedzialności cywilnej, udziału reasekuracji oraz kształtowania się rezerw w analizowanym obszarze. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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An analysis of the trends on the developed markets in the area of liability insurance leads to the conclusion that the main factors causing an increase in the value of benefits paid include: lost income and long-term care costs. In the Polish system, these costs are a component of benefits paid in form of annuities and are gaining importance. The aim of this paper is to identify and analyze the economic problems generated by the process of calculation and payment of disability benefits due to liability insurance, with a particular emphasis on the specifics of the Polish market. The first part of the article presents the issues related to the subject of compensation in form of an annuity and its specificity. Next, the problems concerning calculation of such periodical benefits were indicated and discussed. Later on, the authors identified some important implications for the financial management of insurance companies. Data analysis was carried out on the evolution of payments under liability insurance, the reinsurers' share and changes in reserves in the analyzed area. (original abstract)
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  • Polish Academy of Sciences; National Centre for Culture
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