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Volume LXIX, Numbers 131 & 132 / 1982

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Contents of Volume LXIX

Papers Presented at the May 1982 Meeting

Scale Adjustments to Excess Expected Losses
    Gary G. Venter

A Note on Loss Distributions
    J. Gary LaRose

A Model of Industry General Liability Net Written Premium
    Gregory N. Alff and James R. Nikstad

The Optimal Use of Depopulation Credits in the Private Passenger Auto Residual Market
    Thomas J. Kozik

Paper Presented at the November 1981 Meeting

The 1979 NCCI Remarriage Table
    Philip E. Heckman
    Discussion by: Alfred O. Weller

Discussion of Papers Published in Volume LXVIII

General Liability Ratemaking: An Update
    Michael F. McManus (November 1980)
    Discussion by: Warren Johnson

Discussion of Papers Published in Volume LXVIII

Actuarial Valuation of Property/Casualty Insurance Companies
    Robert W. Sturgis (November 1981)
    Discussion by: Stephen P. Lowe
    Discussion by: Robert Rothman and Robert V. Deutsch

An Examination of Credibility Concepts
    Stephen W. Philbrick (November 1981)
    Discussion: Thomas N. Herzog

Keynote Address—May 24, 1982
"Predicting the Future in Three Easy Steps"
    Gerald J. Sullivan

Minutes of the May 1982 Meeting

Presidential Address—November 9, 1982
"Cycles and Trends"
    Steven H. Newman

Papers Presented at the November 1982 Meeting

A Strategy for Property-Liability Insurers in Inflationary Times
    Stephen P. D'Arcy

A Note of Calendar Year Loss Ratios
    Allan I. Schwartz

Estimating Probable Maximum Loss with Order Statistics
    Margaret E. Wilkinson

Minutes of the November 1982 Meeting


Report of the Secretary

Report of the Treasurer

Financial Report

1982 Examinations—Successful Candidates

Obituaries

Index to Volume LXIX

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