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2007
Pauly, Mark V.,  Herring, Bradley . The demand for health insurance in the group setting: Can you always get what you want?. Journal of Risk and Insurance. 74, (1), 115-140.
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2004
Polsky Daniel,  Nicholson Sean . Why Are Managed Care Plans Less Expensive: Risk Selection, Utilization, or Reimbursement?. Journal of Risk and Insurance. 71, (1), 21-40.
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2001
Halek, Martin,  Eisenhauer, Joseph G. Demography of Risk Aversion. Journal of Risk and Insurance. 68, (1), 1 -
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2001
Murtaugh, Christopher M.,  Spillman, Brenda C.,  Warshawshi, Mark J. In Sickness and in Health: An Annuity Approach to Financing Long-Term Care and Retirement Income. Journal of Risk and Insurance. 68, (2), 225-253.
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1998
Mitchell, Olivia S.,  Moore, James F. Retirement Wealth Accumulation and Decumulation: New Developments and Outstanding Opportunities. Journal of Risk and Insurance. 65, (3), 371-400.
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1992
Horvitz, Sigmund A.,  Nehs, Robert M.,  Stern, Louis H. An Empirical Analysis of Five Models for Forecasting Lost Future Earnings. Journal of Risk and Insurance. XIX, (4), 660-667.
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1989
Lambrinos, James,  Harmon, Oskar R. An Empirical Evaluation of Two Methods for Estimating Economic Damages. Journal of Risk and Insurance. 56, (4), 733-739.
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1987
Myers, Daniel A.,  Burkhauser, Richard V.,  Holden, Karen C. The transition from wife to widow: The importance of survivor benefits to widows. Journal of Risk and Insurance. 54, (4), 752-759.
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