- Chapter 9
- Elizur Wright
- "Value" - extended term
- An alternate means of measuring activity in the life insurance market is by examining the value of life insurance policies in force.
- This refers to the value of all life insurance policies written and recorded on the books of the insurance firm which are unexpired as of a given date.
- The value of life insurance in force at the end of 1988 was $ 8 .02 trillion.18
1991 - GOV Report - A DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY - [PDF-GooglePlay-185p] -> Not on govinfo.gov
- House - COMMITTEE ON BANKING , FINANCE AND URBAN AFFAIRS - Subcommittee on Policy Research and Insurance on the U . S . insurance industry