Workingmen's Insurance in Europe

Lee K. Frankel
Miles M. Dawson
502 pages
August, 1910

The Russell Sage Foundation early in 1908 carried out a study on insurance in Europe. This volume presents the results of the study conducted by Frankel and Dawson, covering about six months, it gives full detail on the various kinds of European insurance, their methods of operation, their finances and their relations with governments.

LEE K. FRANKEL was vice-president of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.

MILES M. DAWSON was fellow of the American Statistical Association and the Actuarial Society of America.


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