Exterior of Manhattan Campus building

Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Library

Library Hours - Fall Semester

Monday-Thursday:9 a.m. – 8:45 p.m.
Friday:9 a.m. – 5:45 p.m.
Saturday:9 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Sunday:Closed

Closed the following holidays:

November 1 – All Saints Day
Nov. 12 – Veterans Day
Nov. 22-23 – Thanksgiving Recess

About Davis Library

St. John's University - Manhattan Campus
The Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Library
101 Astor Place, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10003
(212) 277 - 5135 (front desk)

The Manhattan Campus of St. John's University is readily accessible by car, bus, subway. We are located at the coner of 8th St. and 4th Ave, directly across from Cooper Union in the East Village.

For travel directions, use Google Maps.

Today’s Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Library at St. John’s University’s School of Risk Management comprises the world’s largest collection of risk and insurance literature, policies, and related documents, and serves students of risk management, insurance, and actuarial science around the world as a center for study and research.  The Library’s beginnings date back to 1901, when insurance executives founded The Insurance Society of New York, and began providing study space and material to young people entering the insurance industry.

Since its earliest days, the Library has served as a site for insurance lectures.  Over the years, The Insurance Society of New York developed a curriculum based upon these lectures.  This ultimately led to the creation of The School of Insurance, followed by The College of Insurance, the predecessor to St. John’s School of Risk Management.

A number of individuals and organizations contributed to the Library’s growing collection throughout the 1900’s.  Throughout its history, the Library has served students, faculty, staff, and sponsors, as well as members of The Insurance Society of New York.  In 1974, Shelby Cullom Davis and his wife Kathryn secured the Library’s future with a major endowment, and the Library was renamed in their honor.

With the merger of The College of Insurance and St. John’s University in 2001, the Davis Library became part of the St. John’s University library system. Today, the Davis Library remains one of the most comprehensive risk, insurance, and actuarial science collections in the world, serving students, faculty, scholars and industry practitioners seeking specialized knowledge in these areas.  It is a place for study and learning, research and insight.

By collecting, organizing, preserving and making available published and unpublished resources about risk, insurance and actuarial studies, the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Library strives to advance the understanding of the insurance industry’s history, analysis, management and business culture. The Library’s goal is to provide these resources to create a unique perspective of  the impact the insurance industry has had and will continue to have on the economic, political and cultural development of the United States and the world.
 
As an ACADEMIC SPECIALTY library and repository, the Davis Library supports the academic needs of faculty and students in the St. John’s University School of Risk Management , Insurance, and Actuarial  Science.
 
As a PRIVATE SPECIALTY library and repository, the Davis Library supports the information and knowledge acquisition needs of the risk, insurance and actuarial enterprise and its practitioners.
 
As a SCHOLARLY, PRIVATE SPECIALTY library and repository, the Davis Library supports the research needs of the national and international scholarly community.
 
The Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Library carries out its mission and vision by fulfilling its role as a key facilitator of information access for research, user-centered learning and information literacy in the areas of risk, hazards, insurance and actuarial science.

The Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Library exists primarily to support the curriculum of St. John's University. Secondarily, the collection is a historical record of the insurance industry. A number of considerations shape our collection policy.

Since several libraries covering the life insurance industry in-depth exist elsewhere, the focus of this collection will continue to be the property/casualty market. We recognize, however, that a core life/health insurance collection will be required.  While avoiding constant jumping from one "hot topic" to another, the environment, weather (global warming and natural catastrophes)and the implications of economics on the world's health care policies--on both national and market levels--are strengths within the collection that will continue to be maintained

The library is supported in part by its annual subscription members in the insurance industry. Members have an inportant voice in conjuction with St. John's with input into the depth and breadth of the material collected and in deciding the lengths to which the staff will go to secure information located elsewhere.

Based on consultation with faculty, members, staff, and students, the library solicits and encourages active participation in the selection process. This is accomplished through regular meetings with interested faculty members and annual reviews of serial titles (including newspapers, journals, newsletters and loose-leaf services) prior to subscription renewals. Recommendations as to electronic databases to which our members seek access are welcome and encouraged.

The library seeks materials in a variety of media: print, audio, video and electronic. Primary consideration is given to insurance-related materials. Recognizing the importance of collecting economic statistics and general business and financial management texts that will aid in the analysis of the insurance industry and companies, worldwide, secondary consideration is given to materials covering these areas.

All reference materials (general, business and insurance industry-specific) receive the highest priority. Preference for newspaper, journal and newsletter subscriptions is given to those titles indexed and/or abstracted but not available in full-text on any of the electronic resources subscribed to the library, CD-Rom or online.

Given our large international student population, the library seeks works that explain the American government, politics and the democratic principles upon which this nation was founded, as well as the social structure and fabric of the country. Since attendees of the Center for International Insurance Studies are often first-time visitors to the States with limited time for sightseeing, we continue to purchase maps and tour guides of the region, pointing out landmarks, unusual architecture and other points of interest.

As one of the largest insurance libraries in the world, we recognize the importance of both collecting current materials and maintaining a historical record of the industry over time through established preservation techniques. The library actively seeks materials of historical interest and value in the area of insurance and encourages donations to its collection that will both broaden the scope of the collection and deepen the knowledge base of existing resources.

As a partial U.S. Government Depository, the library receives a wide ranging selection of government documents, primarily relating to insurance regulation and legislation (laws); insurance programs administered by the government, including flood and crop insurance, social security, unemployment, Medicare and Medicaid; vital health statistics (e.g., mortality and natality); statistics on accidents, catastrophes and safety; and a variety of materials on the general business climate. To assure a comprehensive yet focused collection of materials, an annual review of documents available through the depository program is conducted. An additional consideration in making our selection is the availability of each item within the region should we choose not to select it as a depository item.

In order to provide our constituency with the widest possible range of information related to the insurance industry and its supporting disciplines, the library is committed to working with other institutions in the industry, and academic and special libraries both within the US and abroad. Access to the rich and diverse library resources of the City allows us to concentrate our efforts on the insurance industry.

Our staff participates in international insurance information activities through active memberships in many different professional asssociations including The American Library Association (ALA), the International Federation for Information and Documentation's Banking, Finance and Insurance Special Interest Group and two divisions of the Special Libraries Association: Insurance & Employee Benefits Division and Business & Finance Division. Staff is encouraged to build relationships within library and information associations, write articles for newsletters and journals, and present papers at conferences.

This policy is reviewed at the close of each academic year and revised where appropriate in preparation for the beginning of the fall term.

Attention STJ 2019 Grads: Don't miss out on the special membership rate of $25.00 to the Davis Library for the next year. You may use the library any time it's open, borrow books, use traditional and virtual reference services and more. For additional information and to get an application please click on the link below or call 212 277 - 5135.

Membership Application
Individual consultants, practitioners and companies in the business sector may purchase access to the Davis Library. Please click on the link above to review the various options and the related fees. Click here for our Membership Application.

Library Privileges
Fee payment members of the Library and Corporate Sponsors of the School of Risk Management are granted library research privileges as detailed on this page for the duration of their membership.   If a patron identifies an item not found in our collection we will make a reasonable effort to provide access to that specific information.  To gain access to the Davis Library we ask that members and sponsors bring with them a company ID or letter of introduction from their organization each time they use the library:

  • Access to the library collection of 120,000 books and 300 current periodical subscriptions, and a variety of digital (online and CD-ROM) products. Members may now access our  Davis Library Catalog online. 
  • Access to a collection of premier insurance industry databases through InsureAccess.  The majority of  these resources are limited to the Davis Library, Manhattan campus.
  • Members may now access a large number of business and humanities resources through the Davis Library Web site. 
  • Access to extensive vertical files or articles, speeches, sample forms and policies on a wide range of insurance topics over the past ninety years.
  • Basic telephone reference and research services provided by a knowledgeable and responsive library staff (additional fees may apply).
  • Bibliographies on specific insurance topics compiled upon request..
  • Borrowing Privileges are granted to annual fee paying members and corporate sponsors. Daily, weekly, and monthly users have reading privileges only. The lending period is generally one month but may be less depending on the specific item.
  • It's important to note: Library access and privileges are restricted to the Davis Library only and are not transferable. 

Additional Information 
Tel: (212) 227-5135
[email protected]

Photocopying & Research Fees for Non-St. John's Users

 Item CostQuantityTotal
 Members Law Firms/BusinessesNon-Profit Org./Individuals  
    Minimum charge(A)per request/day$10.00$5.00  
    Photocopies/PDF(A)per page$0.10$0.10  
         Rush service (Additional)In 1 hour(B)$20.00$20.00  
    Researchper request/day$250.00$250.00  
       
 Non-Members     
    Minimum chargeper request/day$20.00$10.00  
    Photocopy/PDFper page$1.00$0.50  
         Rush service (Additional)In 2 hours(B)$20.00$20.00  
    Interlibrary Loanper volume$10.00$10.00  
    One Day Passper person$30.00$30.00  
    One Week Passper person$40.00$40.00  
    Researchper request/day$500.00$500.00  
       
 ALL     
    Fax (Local)per page$1.15$1.00  
    Fax (Long Distance)per page$1.75$1.15  
 Other:     
     Total 

(A) After 50 pages in a 7 day period.    (B) Depends on amount of items/pages to be processed. 

Food and uncovered drinks are not permitted inside the Davis library. Cell phones must be turned off or set to silent mode inside the library and conversations should be kept brief.

The 100,000+ volumes of the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Library comprise an extraordinary collection of American and international insurance materials.

The library maintains sets of:

Forms, policies and contracts
Directories of insurance companies and associations, worldwide
Insurance Department reports to state legislatures and selected insurance commissioner annual reviews from around the world
Loose-leaf services for insurance law research (reporters, treatises, litigation reports, case and jury verdicts)
Insurance periodicals in continuous runs, some dating back to the mid-1800's
Insurance laws and regulations from the 50 states and around the world

The diversity of our collection is reflected in terms of:

Medium
Our library contains nearly 100,000 books; 500 microfilm and fiche based resources, primarily in our Government Documents Collection; 50 audio and videotapes; 40 CD ROM products; several databases mounted on the hard drives in the library PCs, including Standard & Poor's Classic Ratings database; and access to two major online database systems, Reuters Insurance Briefing and Lexis-Nexis, and the Internet, including gateway access to numerous business and insurance industry databases.
Country of Origin
Publications come such countries as Canada, the United Kingdom, Israel, France, Taiwan, Republic of Korea, Australia, Germany, Denmark, Italy, Norway, Switzerland, Finland, Spain and Sweden.
Language
While the majority of material in the library is in English, several languages are prominently represented, including Russian, Chinese, German, Norwegian, French, Korean, Japanese. Several countries send us their law and regulations both in original language and English translation.

The Davis Library has historical as well as contemporary collections, with the oldest volume dating back to 1569 (A Treatise on Insurance, by Benvenuto Straccha, published in Venice Call# M010 S) and an extensive collection of insurance policies and documents tracing the development of insurance terminology and contracts since 1665.

Highlights of the Davis Library’s Special collections include:

Notable documents such as a life insurance policy for an American slave, and a record of funded annuities for 1775 that includes Marie Antoinette, “the present Queen of France.”

In the Marine Insurance area, the Winter Collection of Marine Insurance is a world leader in terms of the scope and depth of the collected works.  It also serves as a memorial to the late president and chairman of the Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company, William David Winter. The Association of Average Adjusters’ collection of American and British maritime law is also housed in the Davis Library.

The Heber B. Churchill Earthquake Collection, donated in 1950, provides detailed accounts of major catastrophes from the beginning of the 20th century, among them the Tokyo Earthquake of 1923; the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906; typhoons in Japan from 1920 - 1940; and hurricanes in the North Atlantic, New England and the Caribbean.  Since the 1950’s, the Library staff has purchased and catalogued all earthquake material coming to its attention, making the Davis Library’s collection on natural disasters a leader worldwide today.

Additional Specialized Collections
Various insurance organizations have entrusted their collections to the Davis Library.  For example, The Society of Actuaries and the Casualty Actuarial Society have selected the Davis Library as custodian for their collections.

Archives
The Davis Library contains the archives of The Insurance Society of New York, The College of Insurance, The American Academy of Insurance Medicine, and other important groups such as the Insurance Company Education Directors Society (ICEDS) and the newsletters and scrapbooks of the Insurance Women of New York.


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As part of a multi-campus institution, the staff at the Davis Library of St. John’s recognizes that many of our students and insurance industry clients may want to determine what we have on a specific topic or whether we have a specific item in our collection before using our facility.  Our on-line catalog  InsureCat  is a useful first step in searching the physical holdings of the Davis Library including current insurance industry information books and articles, government documents and archive material. Additional questions/answers about borrowing material and general access are listed below:

Q. Who may borrow materials from the library?
A. Eligible borrowers include: Students, faculty and staff of St. John's University with a valid STJ ID card; Industry "fee paying"  members may use the library with proper identification from their place of employment(i.e., company ID or Letter of introduction). See borrowing status table below for  # of items and loan period.

Q. Circulation procedures
A. Once you have identified the material you would like to borrow, you can check it out at the Front Desk. 

Q. Returning items
For the convenience of others, borrowers are asked to return materials on time. Davis Library material must be returned to the Manhattan Campus. You may renew an item by telephone for (1) additional loan period if the item has not been requested by another user.

Q. Obtaining materials outside the Davis Library
A. To facilitate access to insurance related material not available at this library, we will coordinate Interlibrary Loan services for students, faculty and staff of St. John's University. For other subject areas we will work through the main campus ILL Department. You may also request items from other STJ campus libraries including Staten Island and Queens and we will have the items sent to our circulation desk. The turnaround time is generally 1 day. For materials availability and procedures, please contact the library staff.

Q. May Alumni of St. John's use the library?
Alumni of the university may purchase an access card at a reduced rate for the first year following their graduation. The cost of the first year is $25.00. Afterwards, they would need to purchase an annual subscription to the library ($75.00 per year).

Q. How may items and for how long?
A. See Borrowing Status table below

Q. Is the library open to the General Public?.
A. We are not open to the general public. Please contact your librarian for interlibrary loan information. We accept ALA interlibrary loan forms from other libraries. There is a $10 fee per item with an additional service charge depending on the type of organization (Not-for-profit/for-profit). The public may also purchase a "limited use"daily, weekly, license/certification passAnnual memberships are also available. 

The general public who need short term, onsite access may purchase access to the library on a daily basis. The cost is  $40.00 per day. Payment must be paid on the day of use at the Library Circulation desk, 3rd fl.. Manhattan Campus. We accept either cash or a check. Checks should be made payable to St. John's University.  For more details on longer term usage please click here for a membership application.

Borrowing Status

 Loan PeriodFinesNumber of Books out at a time
Undergraduate2 weeks.25 per day4
Graduate3 weeks.25 per day10
Staff2 weeks.25 per day4
Faculty3 weeks.25 per day10
Alumni2 weeks.25 per day4
Members2 weeks.25 per day4
Others (ILL)2 weeks.25 per day4

There are some additional exceptions and restrictions for individual items in demand, special collection items, and reserve material. Reference works, loose-leaf services and periodicals do not circulate.

Special Access requests are at the discretion of the Davis Library Director. Request can be sent to [email protected] or by calling (212) 277 5137.

This is our Internet database gateway. Please read the description for each resource below.

Advisen (register with St. John's email address)
Advisen delivers productivity and insight to insurance professionals by providing proprietary data & analytics for predictive risk assessment, loss susceptibility, and loss severity analysis; creating better underwriting and purchasing decisions. In addition, Advisen provides insurance focused datasets that give a comprehensive single view into critical company, insurance transactional and claims/loss information across the entire insurance landscape. Please note: students only have access to Professional edition of Front Page News via Advisen. The datasets must be accessed with the help of a librarian.

AM Best's Member Center (Access is restricted to the Manhattan Campus)
The A.M. Best Member Center provides access to valuable financial data on the insurance industry such as Best Ratings and variety of web centers on Property/Casualty, Life/Health, Reinsurance, Captive and more. The Member Center offers a single point of access to online services:

  • Access premium content from one location.
  • Quickly access A.M. Best's online product support centers.
  • Search for Best's Credit Ratings.
  • Allows you to set up BestAlert Service portfolio.

When first accessing this site, you will navigate to a page that asks you to create a logon account. You must use a St. John's University email account to gain access. If you need additional help please see library staff for assitance in loging on.

Axco Insurance Market Reports (Access is restricted to the Manhattan Campus)
Axco is an independent provider of detailed insurance market information covering over 170 countries.  As well as providing an essential daily tool for multinational underwriters and brokers, the reports provide an excellent insight into new markets for anyone connected with the insurance industry. Within the Axco link you will gain access to three different Axco Reports:

  • Insurance Market Reports- Detailed report on both non-life (P&C) and life and benefits markets and offer the necessary information to conduct full market analyses.
  • Employee Benefits Reports - All key benefits in 69 employee benefits markets worldwide.
  • Global Statistics - Database of detailed, up to date and reliable insurance statistics for over 180 territories.

For access you must register first using your St. John's email address. Please click on the link above and look at the top right corner of the Axco Portal page to register for an account.

CCH Benefits & Pensions (Access available on all SJU campuses)
Part of CCH's Health and Human database. Follow the link to the database page and click on CCH under section C.  This is a searchable database of forms, articles, tables, and laws pertaining to personnel management, payroll, pensions and benefits, employee safety, workers' compensation, health law, and food and drug regulations.

Conning (Access availble on all SJU Campuses)
Conning Library provides insurers and industry service firms with access to Conning's ongoing coverage of the insurance industry strategic and key lines of business--more than 2,000 insurance research publications, presentations and data sets. Conning's Insurance Research group is committed to providing our clients with the highest quality insurance industry research through our Strategic Study series, our Insurance Segment Series, and our Forecast & Analysis series, among other research products. Using your active St. John's email address you may now register online and have access to Conning's premier insurance industry research.

Fitch Ratings (Ask a Manhattan Campus librarian for acces) 
Access comprehensive credit intelligence, including the world’s leading bank fundamental data set, ratings and research covering the fixed-income universe, as well as financial data on insurance firms, corporates and sovereigns.

GlobalData (Access to this database is restricted to the Manhattan Campus)
GlobalData (formerly Timetric) is a world leading data & analytics company who provide innovative solutions across a range of industries globally, including insurance and financial services. The Insurance Intelligence Center contains market data, expert analysis and advisory services covering 185+ markets globally.  Provides access to intelligence utilised by leading brokers, underwriters, reinsurers and management consultants globally via a highly intuitive web-based platform.

The Workflow Tools take you directly to the most important types of intelligence available:

•  Market Intelligence - Global Insurance Database, Macroeconomic Database, Industry Forecast & Insight Reports and Dashboards
•  Competitive Intelligence – Company Profiles, Company Rankings, and Company Breakdowns
•  Regulatory Intelligence - Regulatory Reports, Regulatory Tool, Regulatory Updates, and Employee Benefits

There is also a new benchmarking tool that provides competitor analysis and global footprint for over 6,000 companies across the world and a new themes database that gives you an understanding of 40 of the most important issues influencing the insurance industry today

Hoover's Online (Available on all SJU campuses)
Hoover's Online is an excellent source for basic information on more than 11,000 public and private U.S. companies and international companies. Resources include company overviews, history, news, officers, employees, locations & subsidiaries, products/operations, competitors, financial reports, stock quotes, SEC filings, and full-text news articles. Hoover's provides access to brief company information (capsule) or a complete report (profile). This site also provides links to company homepages, history, mission statements, and public companies' 10-K and annual reports. There are also 50+ industry reports, which discuss the history of the industry, provide statistics and corporate players

Insurance Information Institute (Individual sign up. You must use your St. John's e-mail account)
Members Only Area of the I.I.I. Website. This includes online access to the I.I.I.’s Insurance Fact Book. Hailed as the “almanac of the insurance industry,” the Fact Book delivers at-a-glance access to thousands of statistics, tables and graphs covering a range of vital topics, including factors affecting costs, losses by category, laws affecting motorists, premiums by line and many others. The online membership exclusive-version is updated continuously and provides customization tools that enable researchers to sort data by state and create special pdf editions based on selected criteria.

Mergent (Access available on all campuses)
Mergent Archives is an online database providing you with access to a vast, indexed collection of corporate and industry related documents. Containing more than 180,000 documents covering over 100 countries and industries, Mergent Archives uses a reliable and easy to navigate system designed to meet your historical research needs.

NILS: Insource (Red Books) (Access is restricted to the Manhattan Campus; See Library Staff for user name and password)
NILS INsource is a Web-based regulatory research tool designed exclusively for compliance research. It is used  for examining State statutes, regulations, and advisory publications. This database includes for each state (when available):

  • INsight
  • INsight Bills
  • INsight Regulations
  • Statutory
  • Insurance Code
  • Insurance Related Laws
  • Regulatory
  • Insurance Regulations
  • Insurance Related Regulations
  • Miscellaneous Regulatory Material
  • Insurance Department Publications
  • Selected Opinions of the General Counsel
  • Attorney General Opinions
  • National Association of Insurance Commissioners
  • Model Laws, Regulations and Guidelines

PrivCo (Access restricted to the Manhattan Campus) . PrivCo is the only premiere database for private company financial information, including investors and deals as well. Whether doing company, investor, venture capital, M&A, or private equity research, PrivCo is searchable by advanced criteria in all categories. We have data on over 500,000 companies and 100,000 private market deals, and we are adding data on a daily basis.

ProQuest  (Available on all SJU campuses)
The ProQuest database is an excellent online resource for broad-based business research with access to one of the world's largest collections of information, including summaries of articles from over 8,000 publications. ProQuest offers a deep backfile with many journals dating back to the 1970's.

Risk.net (available on all St. John's campuses)

Risk.net is the world’s leading source of in-depth news and analysis on risk management, derivatives and regulation.

The risk management industry has changed drastically over the last 20 years. The skill set required to be a part of it has evolved.

Companies want employees who understand real-world industry issues and students need real-world examples to prepare them for their careers. That’s where Risk.net comes in. Risk.net delivers unmatched coverage of complex issues that are ignored or under-reported elsewhere. We regularly break stories, but are not trying to compete in the provision of real-time news. Instead, we look at topics in detail, assess the implications, speak with practitioners, regulators and other stakeholders, and write a more detailed, analytical piece. Covering the latest updates and developments in the risk management, derivatives, regulation and asset management sectors, our users are able to make better, more informed decisions thanks to the information we provide.

SNL - Financial (See S&P Global Market Intelligence)

S&P Global Market Intelligence (Access to this database is restricted to the Manhattan Campus)

A premier provider of breaking news, financial data and expert analysis on business sectors critical to the global economy. This database offers the ability to evaluate the entire U.S. insurance market including both public and private company information. Access to SEC Filings. Statutory Data. M&A capital markets and market share information. Key ratios, sector-specific reports and various other metrics for Property & Casualty companies, Life, Accident & Health companies, Life Separate Account statements and Health firms are available here. This site also provides comprehensive and proprietary news financial reports. Data sets are updated 24/7. 

It's important to note: You may obtain a user account at the S&P Global Market Intelligence Web site. Users can sign up for access, provided they have a stjohns.edu domain email, via the New User link on the upper right hand side of the S&P  site. If you have any questions about this, please see one of the Library Staff. Also, The prefered browser to use for this resource is Internet Explorer.

Standard & Poor’s Ratings Direct® on the S&P Capital IQ platform (Access is restricted to the Manhattan Campus; See Library Staff for assistance)
Real-time access to integrated credit research, market information, and risk analytics. This database provide access to in-depth credit risk analytics based on Standard & Poor’s global credit ratings and research—all in a workflow solution, with features that include:

  • Aggregated intelligence at the sector, sub-sector and industry level
  • Deep dives at the entity, instrument, deal and security level
  • Additional perspectives from S&P Valuation and Risk Strategies Research; Global Fixed Income Research; and Market Derived Signals
  • Graphs, charts and tools to quickly view and assess the latest credit developments, including credit default swap (CDS) spreads.

Insurance Subject Guides 
AnnuitiesAsbestos,  Captive, Davis Library Mobile Device page, Derivatives,Directors' & Officers' Liability, Employment Practices Liabilty, Fraud,  Long Term Care Insurance,  Pollution Liability, Professional Liability,  Risk Financing, Title Insurance,War Risk Insurance

InsureCat!
Our Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC).

Databases
Online insurance & business databases available at the Davis Library.

Additional Library Resources and Services
Lists of New Books, CD ROMs, white papers, podcasts, etc. 

WorldCat 
Lists books, journals, etc. at other libraries. Find out which area libraries own items you want and you may discuss with Davis Library Staff about ILL or access.

Refworks
Manage your citations and automatically generate bibliographies in various formats

The newsletter of the Davis Library is an e-publication. It is published twice a year in the spring and fall with informative articles about the library's collections, industry information, book reviews, and up coming industry events at the SJU Manhattan Campus. We also welcome input from our users. If you are interested in submitting an article for the next scheduled news letter, please contact us at [email protected]  or call (212) 277 5136.

Exposurer and Information Newsletter. 2012 - present

The Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Library of St. John's University welcomes gifts and donations that support the academic needs of our students and faculty, as well as the interests and concerns of our members and sponsors. Gifts of books and other materials expand and enhance our collections; monetary donations allow us to improve our services. Donors may wish to designate their grants to support a specific collection or activity or target an area where there is a perceived need.

Areas of Potential Support:
The Library requires funds to strengthen existing collections and purchase materials. These funds enable us to purchase expensive reference books, market research studies, journals, newsletters, online databases, CD ROMS and other e-resouces.

* In order to provide the most effective information service, the Library requires equipment to automate, thereby increasing access to the collection. Access to Web based information and other digital resources requires periodic upgrading of hardware and software, which is becoming increasingly expensive and important.

* Our phyical collection consists of books; periodicals; forms, policies and contracts; laws and regulations; pamphlets; government documents and other materials related to the insurance industry and its role in global commerce. Many of these documents are currently available only at this library, and a large percentage of this material is in extremely fragile condition.

* Our Insurance Information Preservation Project is a concerted effort to preserve these documents before a unique and valuable history of insurance is lost forever.

Contact Us:

Should you know of alumni, individuals, companies or foundations that might be willing to support some of our special insurance information projects, particularly as they relate to automating our catalog, providing access to our collection via the Web and digitization of materials in our extensive historical collection of vertical files, we would appreciate hearing about it from you. For this and all other questions concerning financial gifts or donations to the Library, please contact the library, at 212-277-5137 and speak with the Director, Ismael Rivera or send a general e-mail to [email protected]. The Davis Library is grateful for your continued support.

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In 1965, the Library was designated as a selective Federal Depository. As such, it receives core (basic) publications automatically, and selects additional items that enhance its insurance collection. It compiles insurance department reports, insurance laws and regulations of the 50 states, and statistical reports.

Government Documents: Home
 

Additional Library Resources and Services

Searching for a specific title or topic? Find out what full text are available online from the main campus.

ResourcesDescriptionDateNote
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Actuarial Standards of Practice Volume 2The Actuarial Standards Board (ASB) is an independent entity managed with the support of American Academy of Actuaries staff. It was established in 1988 as the single board promulgating standards of practice for the entire actuarial profession in the United States. The ASB was founded with the sole authority to develop, obtain comment upon, revise, and adopt standards of practice for the actuarial profession.2004 
Agency Disaster Planning : get your agency readyDevelop a new disaster plan or improve an existing one to handle any type of disaster. Read about the 15 personal disaster interview stories of people who endured disasters in their agencies and communities. An expert panel provides tips and suggestions for comprehensive planning, being aware of both natural and manmade disasters. CD contains checklists, forms, worksheets, and letters that should be part of any disaster guide. The National Alliance Research Academy.2008 
Agricultural StatisticsPresents statistics concerning agricultural production, supplies, consumption, facilities, costs and returns, and crop insurance statistics2012Government depository item.
ALTA (American Land Title Association) Centennial DVDThis commemorative DVD features interviews with current and former members of ALTA and provides an overall look at the association over the last 100 years.  
AM Best's CD-ROM'sThe library subscribes to Best's Insurance Reports (L/H, P/C, International), Annual Statements (L/H & P/C), Expense Exhibit (L/H & P/C), and Loss Reserves (L/H & P/C).(updated monthly) 
American Housing Survey, MSAS Core Microdata.Contains Metropolitan Statistical Area core microdata for the American Housing Survey2001; issued June 2003Government depository item.
Asia Insurance Review. Electronic ArchiveProvides a searchable format for archived issues of printed Journal. It is a comprehensive regional insurance magazine that features technical articles on Underwriting, Broking, Loss Adjusting, Risk Management as well as Country Profiles, Information Technology in Insurance, Investment In Insurance, Personalities in Insurance, Interview with a Regulator and Asian News.2000 
ASSE Safety ProceedingsCaptures what took place at the ASSE’s 2004 Professional Development Conference in June 2005 in New Orleans, LA   2007 
Association of Life Insurance Counsel ProceedingsContains the papers presented before the Counsel; The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, WV -- May 2001.2001, Volume XXXIXFiles are in PDF format
Axis Business LawBusiness Law CD ROM2000-1 
    
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Balancing the Corporate ScorecardAn interactive simulation game that helps you to build a deeper understanding of how any business really works. As president of the company, you will make critical pricing, headcount, salary, and investment decisions, while interacting with employees and customers who are affected by those decisions  

BBC Country Profiles

 

Full profiles provide an instant guide to history, politics and economic background of countries and territories, and background on key institutions.
They also include audio and video clips from BBC archives. Select a country, territory or international organisation....
  
Benefits QuarterlyFive years of Benefits Quarterly articles - 1996 through 2000. In addition to all of the articles, it includes the special features "Executive Summaries," "Legal Update, "Review of Current Literature" and "Employee Benefits Bookshelf."1996-2008 
Benfield, 2003 Tropical Cyclone Season Report   The multimedia report provides commentary of the 2003 tropical cyclone season in the Atlantic, NW and NE Pacific regions.  The interactive CD-ROM includes animations of every tropical cyclone event with a running commentary on the effects including, meteorological, damage and financial loss information.  Also included are a number of additional features to view and print individual cyclone summary reports as well as regional reports on forecasts, climatology, landfall and financial damage/loss for each territory.2003 
Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal YearIncludes the Budget of the US Government, Historical Tables, Analytic Perspectives, The Budget Appendix, Economic Report of the President, and A Citizen's Guide to the Federal Budget. The equivalent print edition is available in the liberal arts collection.2018Government depository item  
Bureau of Justice Statistics, Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics Five complete editions of the Sourcebook. More than 3000 tables of statistical data cover the characteristics of the criminal justice system, public attitudes towards crime and criminal justice-related topics.1994-2002 Annual EditionsGovernment depository item
    
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Catalog of Federal Domestic AssistanceThe “Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance” gives you access to a listing of all Federal programs available to State and local governments (including the District of Columbia); federally recognized Indian tribal governments; Territories (and possessions) of the United States; domestic public, quasipublic, and private profit and nonprofit organizations and institutions; specialized groups; and individuals. You can find assistance programs meeting your requirements and for which you are eligible. You can then contact the office that administers the program and find out how to apply.   2003
CDC: Publications From the National Center for Health Statistics Update

Health, United Stes 2004-2005
Advance Data: 339-366
Vital Health Statistics Series
Nation Vital Statistics Reports
Healthy People 2000 Reviews
Newsletters: Statistical Notes and Statistical   
Surveillance
and Miscellaneous Reports

 2006Government depository item
CDC -NOSH PublicationsProtecting Oil and Gas Workers from Hydrocarbon Gases and Vapors.July 2017 
Columbia Accident Investigation BoardElectronic version of all six volumes of Columbia Accident Investigation Board Reports.  
Company Policy Statements (West)Formerly issued as a loose leaf publication with the same title from 1987 -2010. CD contains various policies and forms.Includes bibliograhic references and index.December 2011 
Conference of Consulting Actuaries - The Proceedings, Volumes XLVI - LI (1996 - 2001)Contains a four year compilation of the CCA's Annual Meeting's Proceedings with over 170 technical presentations.2002 
Congressional District Atlas 109th Congress of United States Contains maps and geographic area relationship tables associated with the 109th Congress of the United States.2000 
Conning Insurance TrendsStay informed through Conning’s comments on current industry events and trends. Our frequent assessment of the economy, financial markets, investment management and insurance trends is available electronically; CD ROM & USB Drive format.1Q2018 
County Business Patterns Provides statistics for states, counties, and standard metropolitan statistical areas for all private non-farm activities and nonprofit membership organizations reported under the Federal Insurance Contributions Act. Data items are reported by detailed industry level (4-digit SIC) for states and counties.2000Government depository item
Crime in the United States: Uniform Crime ReportsThe Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program is a nationwide, cooperative statistical effort of more than 17,000 city, university and college, county, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement agencies voluntarily reporting data on crimes brought to their attention. During 2004, law enforcement agencies active in the UCR Program represented 94.2 percent of the total population.2004Government depository item
    
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Determining Economic DamagesGerald D. Martin, Ph.D. Use proven procedures, checklists, samples and tables to value economic loss in wrongful death and personal injury cases. Learn how to calculate damages, what to ask a forensic economist, which tables to consult for current information on damages.July 2009 
Derivative Markets. 3rd ed. Pearson.To be financially literate in today’s market, one must have a solid understanding of derivatives concepts and instruments and the uses of those instruments in corporations.  The Third Edition has an accessible mathematical presentation, and more importantly, helps readers gain intuition by linking theories and concepts together with an engaging narrative that emphasizes the core economic principles underlying the pricing and uses of derivatives.2013 
Directory of Buyers of Insurance, Benefit Plans, & Risk Management ServicesIncludes information on over 9,200 executives and nearly 1,800 companies of all sizes located throughout the United States. The listings contains information including the company’s address, telephone number, fax number, 2002 revenues or assets and the number of employees at year-end 2002. It also includes the name and title of the chief financial officer and executives in charge of risk management, employee benefits, pension/retirement planning, human resources, and health plans. After that it goes a little more in depth with some company information 2003/2004 
Dictionary of Occupational TitlesCreated by the U.S. Employment Service, which used its thousands of occupational definitions to match job seekers to jobs from 1939 to the late 1990s. Used extensively at the Social Security Administration in litigation related to applications for Social Security disability benefits and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for adult claimants. The DOT is still used extensively for performing Transferable Skills Analysis with SSA claimants. Vocational Evaluators also use DOT data when working with injured workers who seek insurance settlements and/or vocational rehabilitation services. It is also relied upon in immigration adjudication within the United States2005

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Electronic Compendium of Insurance LawThe electronic version of the looseleaf text Compendium of Insurance Law.  Provides a comprehensive annotation of all UK and EC insurance legislation. The 'Compendium' consolidates diverse insurance law sources, statutes and codes of practice in two fully cross-referenced volumes.  
Employee Fringe and Welfare Benefit Plans. Canan and MitchellThis is a supplement to annual publication. This book discusses major types of employee fringe and welfare benefit plans available under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). Appendixes provide many sample plans, including a model cafeteria plan, Rabbi Trust deferred compensation plan, and golden parachute agreements, as well as resolutions and transmittal letters.  
Enforcing Religious Freedom in Prison : U.S. Commision on Civil RightsIntroduction and overview -- Prisoners' free exercise claims -- The Department of Justice's enforcement of prisoners' free exercise rights -- Judicial response: analysis of cases alleging religious discrimination in prison -- Commission's findings and recommendations -- Statements of Commissioners -- Appendices -- Figures -- Tables.September 2008Goverment Depository Item
ERI's Platform LibraryERI Economic Research Institute was founded in 1987 to provide Human Resource research for private and public organizations in the form of published reports and software database products. The Davis Library subscribes to the following datasets 1)Salary Assessor which aids in the assessment of an organization's wage/salary competitiveness 2)Relocation Assessor which provides detailed two-city comparisons. and 3)Executive Compensation Assessor which reports competitive salaries and bonuses for more than 300 top management position titles as found within multiple industries. ERI also provides several research sites free of charge: www.erieri.com/soctrendsJuly 2007 
Executive's Guide to BPM in InsuranceThe materials on this CD offer an overview of Business Process Management (BPM) practices and the industry-leading FileNet BPM technology. You will also find success stories from life, health, property and casualty as well as other insurance companies. Discover how these firms – some of them your competitors – are saving millions of dollars a year and boosting customer service, satisfaction, and revenue.  
    
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The Factory Mutual Global Resource CollectionContains Up-to-date property loss prevention and control information. This CD ROM has over 160 years of Factory Mutual property loss prevention and control research, testing, field experience and loss statistics, and is written by experts from a variety of engineering disciplines. It has more than 300 technical data sheets assembled divided into 15 key sections. Included are the Factory Mutual Property Loss Prevention Data Books, Factory Mutual Approval Guide, Factory Mutual Property Loss Prevention Resource Catalog.January 2003 

FC&S D&O Service

 

 

 


FC&S Ubrella Service

Save time comparing coverages and identifying improvements that may ensure superior coverage. Policy terms and provisions are made clear through concise discussion and focused analysis. Definitions and exclusions are explained in detail to help you understand the often subtle but significant differences in policy forms. All forms can be found on the CD.
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Auto and homeowners policies provide adequate liability for many people, but umbrella insurance coverage provides an extra layer of liability coverage.

Not all umbrella policies are the same - they differ in coverage, definitions, scope and features. Although Insurance Services Office (ISO) and American Association of Insurance Services (AAIS) have developed umbrella policies, most insurers file and use their own forms. Therefore, it is important to have a basic knowledge of umbrella features and benefits so that insurance professionals can best advise and protect their clients. This CD ROM will help you understand this important tool in the personal lines arsenal

Febuary 2016

 

 



November
2012

 
Federal Tax ProductsThis CD-ROM disc contain current tax forms, instructions, publications, and other tax-related products.2000.2 - FinalGovernment depository items.
FEMA: Anchoring Home Fuel Tanks (FEMA 481)A presentation of FEMA's Mitigation Division Government
depository
items
FEMA: Coastal Construction Manual (FEMA P-55-CD, Third Edition)The manual presents state-of-the-art engineering techniques for siting, design, construction, and maintenance aimed at reducing damage from natural hazard events, including hurricanes, northeasters, and other coastal storms.August 2011Government depository item.

FEMA: Design and ConstructionGuidence for Community Safe Room (FEMA 361-CD, Second Edition)

Contains FEMA 361, Design and Construction for Community Safe rooms and well as Checklist for Design and Construction of Community SaferoomsAugust 2008Government depository item.
FEMA : Determined Accord Pandemic Preparedness Workshop for Continuity ManagersSituation manualAugust 2009Government depository item.
FEMA: Earthquake Mitigation for HospitalsWorshop: Instructor's guide and PowerPoint Slides.May 2010Government depository item.
FEMA: Earthquake Publications for Teachers and KidsSelected full text publicationsJune 2008Government depository item.
FEMA: Earthquake Publications for Community Planners and Policy MakersSelected fulll text publicationsJune 2008Government depository item.
FEMA: Earthquake Publications for Individuals and HomeownersSelected fulll text publicationsJune 2008 Government depository item.
FEMA: Leve Outreach ToolkitThe materials in this toolkit were created to provide local government officials or agencies with templated, flexible materials to adapt and use in addressing flood risks behind levees and the flood insurance implications of levee status changes. Government depository item.
FEMA: Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf Coast           Mitigation Team Report. Building performance, observations, recommendations and technical guidance.   July 2006Government depository items.
FEMA: Flood Insurance Manual The Flood Insurance Manual is the official government source for rates, instructions, and proccedures uses by agents in placing business with the NFIPMay 2005
Revised May 2006
Revised October 2006
Government depository items.
FEMA: Flood Outreach Toolkit   The toolkit provides resources to help with flood preparedness and protection. The materials are also designed to support your outreach to victims of flood disasters. The materials on this CD include core messages and information about flood insurance that can be used in most areas of the country. Includes fact sheets, brochures and talking points that are indicated as either 1) resource material for you or 2) outreach materials for distribution to the public and the media. Government depository items.
FEMA: The National Dam Safety Program.The expert video series was developed for the National Dam Safety Program by the Interagency Committee on Dam Safety and the Department of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. This video, one of six in the series, presents Dr. James K. Mitchell on Ground Improvement for Dam Safety.August 2008Government depository item.
FEMA: The National Dam Safety ProgramThe expert video series was developed for the National Dam Safety Program by the Interagency Committee on Dam Safety and the Department of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. This video, one of six in the series, presents Dr. Don U. Deere on Dam Foundations.August 2008Government depository item.
FEMA: National Flood Mitigation Data Collection Tool and RLP Viewer This CD was developed for Nationwide use to gather information about floodprone structures in order to evaluate appropriate long-term migation measures.August 2008Government depository item.
FEMA: Quantification of Building Seismic Performance FactorsThis CD was developed for Nationwide use to gather building seismic performance measures.June 2009Government depository item.
FEMA: Rapid Visual Screening of Buildings for Potential Seismic Hazards: A HandbookCD contains two publications, third edition of FEMA P-154, Rapid Visual Screening of Buildings for Potential Seismic Hazards: A Handbook and the third edition of FEMA P-155 Rapid Visual Screening of Buildings for Potential Seismic Hazards: Suporting Documentation.  
FEMA: Reducing Damage from Localized Flooding      A guide for communities. June  2005Government depository item.
FEMA: RSDE in Your Community: Training Videao FEMA 311CD This CD provides guidance and recommended procedures for collecting data for substantially damaged residential structures. The workbook is a companion document for the FEMA training video, "RSDE And Your Community" (FEMA, 2001)

 

 Government depository item
FEMA: Safe Room Resources CD
FEMA p-388 CD
Display, maps, posters, FEMA l-233 Brochure, handouts, multimedia and more.March 2009Government depository item
FEMA: Seismic Design Criteria for Steel Moment - Frame Structures CD
FEMA p-335
State of the art reports.September 2000 Indexd PRF formatGovernment depository item
 FEMA: Selecting Appropriate Mitigation Measures for Floodprone Structures;This CD manual provides guidance to community officials for developing mitigation projects that reduce or eliminate identified ristks  for  floodprone structures.March 2007Government depository items
FEMA: Seismic Rehabilitation Training for One and Two Fmaily Dwelings Program and Slide PresentationsPromotes seismic rehabilitation of one & two story dewlings in order to reduce earthquake damage losses and increase dwelling habitability following moderate to major earthquakes.January   2010Government depository item
FEMA: Substantial Damage Estimator (SDE)A software tool to help local officials administer the substantial damage requirements of their floodplain management ordinanaces in keeping with the minimum requirements of the National Flood Program (NFIP)..July 2010Government depository item
FEMA: Taking Shelter from the StormFull color guidance booklet for homeowners, contractors, and government officials that provides detailed information about wind hazards and in residence wind shelters.August  2008Government depository item
FEMA: Technical Manual for Dam Owners: Impacts of Plants on Earthen Dams  The purpose of this Technical Manual is to assist in 4 key areas: 1. Creating awareness of the characteristics and seriousness of dam safety problems associated with tree and woody vegetation growth impacts on earthen dams; 2. Providing a higher level of understanding of dam safety issues associated with tree and woody vegetation growth impacts on earthen dams by reviewing current damage control policies; 3. Providing state-of-practice guidance for remediation design considerations associated with damages associated with tree and woody vegetation growth on earthen dams; and 4. providing rationale and state-of-practice techniques and procedures for management of desirable and undesirable vegetation on earthen dams. September 2005Government depository items
French Insurance  FFSA English annual report. 2006 
 Fundmentals of Corporate Finance: Self -Study CD-ROM. McGraw Hill
ISBN 0-07-246985-4
Well-organized and clear exposition of what many students consider difficult material. Market-driven revision that is more student friendly than ever. Every chapter reviewed and revised to reflect the current environment in corporate finance. 2003 
    
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GAMA International: Desktop Masters: Recruiting and SelectionContains video presentation of leading field practitioners and industry experts in the insurance industry share their field-tested techniques and strategies for success to help you overcome today's recruiting challenges and avoid costly pitfalls!  
GPO AccessGPO Access is a service of the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office that provides free online use of over 1,500 databases of Federal Information in over 80 different application. This CD-ROM is intended to show the general and fundamental capabilities of the GPO Access service. Tutorial  
    
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Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United
States
Used in classification of imported merchandise for rate of duty and statistical purposes.2018Government depository items.
Hazardous Material Control & Management/Hazardous Material Information SystemPublished by the US Department of Defense, the discs contain hazard-related documents. 4 disc2005 
Health, United StatesOfficial report of the health status of the nation, presenting national trends in public health statistics. Major subject areas covered include health status and determinants, utilization of health resources, health care resources, and health care expenditures. The data provides racial and ethnic details and highlight differences in health status according to socio-economic status, health practices, psychosocial stress and resources, environmental exposures, discrimination and access to health care..2007Government depository item
Health Care Organizations and Risk Management: Forms, Checklists & Guidelines. 3rd ed. Wolters Kluwer. The Third Edition of Health Care Organizations Risk Management Forms, Checklists & Guidelines presents up-to-date approaches to risk management activities across a wide spectrum of health care organizations, from physician practices and hospitals, to ambulatory care centers, and hospice.2017-2
3rdQ Supplement
 
Health Care Financing Review: Medicare and Medicaid Statistical Supplement. The "Review" highlights the results of policy-relevant research and provides a forum for a broad range of viewpoints to stimulate discussion among a diverse audience that includes policymakers, planners, administrators, insurers, researchers, and health care providers2008 
How Insurance Companies Settle CasesLooks at how insurance cases are valued, what the adjuster needs to settle a case, and how to keep a case moving. Scope runs from estimating  bodily injury damages and investigating coverage to claims, denials and action letter outlines. Includes forms.November 2010 
Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf Coast. FEMAMitgation assessment team report. Building performance observations, recommendations, and technical guidance.      July 2006Government depository items.
    
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InsuranceDirectory of AsiaHas the full list of competitors in each market in Asia; gives contact information and details on a total of 1384 companies with comprehensive details on about 1094 companies.2007-2008.
Insurance Information Institute. Fact Book  Contains the property/casualty insurance industry with thousands of facts, figures, tables and graphs designed for quick and easy reference. Covers the dollars and cents of the business, factors affecting costs, losses by category, laws effecting motorists, premiums by line and much more.2005 
Insurance Institute of London's Centenary Gala Reception & DinnerThe President's Reception form Top Table and Partner Sponsors was held in the Guilhalls Crypt and General Reception was held in the Art Gallery.September 2007 
Insurance Periodicals IndexIndexing and abstracts (summaries) for more than 35 of the most important magazines, journals and reviews used by the North American (U.S. and Canadian) insurance industry. 1983-1997  
Insurance Settlement HandbookContains nearly 100 settlement letters, checklists and questionnaires. November 2004 
Insurance Trends  Conning Research & Consulting , Inc. Insurance Trends is a comprehensive statistical overview of recent economic, investment and insurance-related indicators that impact the industry. Data are presented in easy-to-understand graphs and tables along with insightful analysis and commentary highlighting current industry developments. Each quarterly release includes Property-Casualty and Life-Health data. The CD-ROM includes both a PDF file of the full publication as well as Excel spreadsheets with source data.Fourth Quarter 2015 
IRS: It All Adds UP This CD covers the unique and challenging role of an IRS Criminal Investigation Special Agent.2005   Government depository item 
IRS TAX Prodcuts

Current and prior year federal tax forms. 
& E-file: Electronic return file specifications and record layouts for individual income tax returns.
The Library also had a DVD version of this product that contains current and prior year Federal tax forms.

Final Release 2009 
IRS: A Virtual Small Business Tax Workshop DVD   (Publication 1066C)Designed to help new and existing small business owners understand and meet their federal tax obligations. The workshop provides information and resources in an interactive format. The workshop consists of ten lessons and is subtitled in English, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese. 2011 
IRS: Reporting Tip Income : the Jill and Jason Show (TRT 18:25)Basic tips on reporting income. Government depository item
Intellitype Pro 6.3
Intellipoint 6.3
Microstoft Software that enables you to customize the unique features of your Microsoft® mouse. You can reassign mouse buttons to perform commands, shortcuts, and application-specific functions. You can also modify mouse settings, such as pointer speed and updated horizontal scrolling.  
J,K,L   
The Journal of Economic LiteratureThis guide is sponsored by the American Economic Association. It lists more than 2,000 resources in 97 sections and sub-sections available on the Internet of interest to academic and practicing economists, and those interested in economics. Almost all resources are also described. In selecting resources for RFE, I exercise some editorial judgment and select items that either offer a substantial amount of information, or are specialized to a given area.Dec. 2008 .
The Levy Economics Institute: Working Papers Collection. Vol. 1, Nos. 1-526
& Vol. 2, Nos. 527 - 583.
 The ultimate purpose of all of the Levy Institute's research and activities is to serve the wider policy-making community in the United States and the rest of the world by enabling scholars and leaders in business, labor, and government to work together on problems of common interest. To stimulate discussion of economic issues, it disseminates its findings through publications, conferences, workshops, seminars, congressional testimony, and other activities to an international audience of public officials, private sector executives, academics, and the general public.Winter 2013 .
The Life Insurance Association of Japan. Summary of Life Insurance Business in Fiscal. 1998 - 2011

The Life Insurance Association of Japan represents all life insurance companies operating in Japan. The number of companies decreased by 5 to 43 companies, at the end of 2001. 

1998 - 2016 
Lloyd's Electronic Act, Bylaws & Regulations, version 23,

This mirrors the loose-leaf service from Lloyds with several advantages such as a full text search by table of contents, act, bylaw and regulation and key words. Other attributes include hypertext links between related sections of text, tagging of records, personalization features: including Notes, Bookmarks and Highlighters, full print facility and ability to copy text to other Windows applications. The information will be kept up to date with changes by quarterly updates on CD-ROM. 

November 2005 
    
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Medicare Unique Physician Identification Number 

The directory contains a complete updated national listing of all physician PIN records that is authorized by the US Congress 

2005 Government depository item 

MENA Insurance Directory

MENA Insurance Directory encapsulates key corporate information on nearly 350 insurance and reinsurance companies across 19 markets in the Middle East, making it an important resource in your daily work. The Davis Library has a hard the copy as well as CD-ROM. The CD-ROM allows you to do an extensive search by country, company name and person's name. It has a special preview function that allows you to view the share capital and financial Indicators of the selected company. It has the ability to print the details of the selected company too.

 2013 
Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications This CD ROM lists all government publications indexed by author, title, subject, series/report, and title keyword. January 2000 Government depository item. 
    

 

ResourcesDescriptionDateNote
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NAIC Property/Casualty Exhibit of Premiums and Losses

Contains a database of financial and demographic information on more that 5,000 insurance companies. This database is useful for many types of projects ranging from internal research to marketing.

2017 
NAIC Risk Based CapitalFraternal ForecastingYear-End 2017 
NAIC Risk Based CapitalHealth ForcastingYear-End 2017 
NAIC Risk Based Capital Property Casualty ForecastingYear-End 2017 
NAIC Valuation of Securities

Contains the NAIC Valuation of Securities Task Force valuations of reported insurer investments. The data on each security includes a quality rating and a value. (VOS is no longer available in print format.) 

Year End 2016 
The National Climatic Data Center: Periodical Publications

Contains National Climatic Data Center periodical publications with a brief description of each publication, file naming conventions, and reading instructions. All Publication files are in Portable Document File (PDF) format. 

July 1998 - Sept. 1998 Government depository item.
National Economic, Social, and Environmental Data Bank

Contains the following information programs: Annual energy review
Business cycle indicators Economic conversion information exchange Full-time and part-time employment by major industry GAO reports and testimony Globefish statistics National income and product accounts New England economic indicators OMB mid-session review of fiscal year budget Personal income by source and earnings by major industry ummary of  ommentary on current economic conditions (Beige Book) Transfer payments
White House press releases, speeches and policy statements.

 Government depository item.
National Imagery and Mapping Agency - depository itemVector Map O/Digital Chart of the World; Series VMPO; Item: SOAMAFR; Edition: 005 (CD-ROM)
The Vmap Level 0 database provides worldwide coverage of vector-based Geospatial data, which can be viewed at the 1:1,000,000 scale. It consists of geographic, attribute, and textual data stored on compact disc read-only memory (CD-ROM). It provides worldwide coverage composed of four regions (sold as a set): Disc 1-North America; Disc 2-Europe and northern Asia: Disc 3-South America, Africa, and Antarctica; and Disc 4-southern Asia and Australia.  
 Government depository item.
The National Income and Product Accounts of the United States, 1929-2001

Presents the full set of national income and product accounts (NIPA's) from the most recent comprehensive revision (2002). Contained are summary tables that show the most frequently used NIPA series, 142 published NIPA tables, and tables showing unpublished detail. NAIP's show the nation's output (gross domestic product), the costs incurred and incomes earned in its production (gross domestic income), and their components.

 Government depository item
National Trade Data Bank: The Export Connection

Issued by the US Department of Commerce, NTDB contains current information about specific industries and countries worldwide. Updated monthly and compiled from numerous government sources.

August 2000 Last ed. (this item was discontinued) 

The National Underwriter Software Library

Includes electronic publications from the National Underwriter. Includes Tax Facts 1 & 2, Advance Sales, Field Guide Proposals, Taxline FC & S Bulletins and more. The main screen allows you to select the products you want to use, then either open or search them! It also shows you what you have at a glance and what information is in each publication.

 

 April 2000 
NEHRP Recommended Provisions – Education/Training

The BSSC is updating its educational materials to reflect the 2000/2003 editions of the Provisions. In addition, the BSSC is developing an updated version of an earlier FEMA guide to seismic-resistant design and construction for homebuilders as well as an updated version of an earlier BSSC publication, the Nontechnical Explanation of the NEHRP Recommended Provisions. These documents in combination with the BSSC educational materials will provide the resources needed to familiarize a large segment of the building community with the Provisions requirements

2003  
The NIST Hanbook of Mathematical FunctionsContains an extensive bibliography, a list of notations, and an index. The general format for each group of functions includes notation, properties, applications, computation and references. 2010 
    
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Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the WestThis film examines the threat of radical Islam against Western Civilization. Unique foot from Arab televiosn is included.2006 
Occupational Safety and Health Administration: OSHA Laws and Regulations. U.S. Department of LaborContains an electronic copy of the text of all OSHA regulations (standards), selected documents , and technical information.

April 2018

 

Government depository item 

Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission (OSHRC): Administrative Law Judge and Commission Decisions

A collection of substantive decisions rendered by OSHRC Administrative Law Judges and Commissioners.

January 1992 through November2001& January 2001 - March 2002

Government depository item 

Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission (OSHRC): Administrative Law Judge Decisions    

Contains decisions issued by the OSHRC about cases involving the alleged exposure of American workers to unsafe or unhealthy working conditions. The Commission is charged with ruling on cases forwarded to it by the Department of Labor when disagreements arise over the results of safety and health inspections performed by the Department's Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Files appear in PDF format.

January 2002 through May 2004 and Commission Decisions from January 1985 through January 2002.Government depository item.
Ohio Insurance Facts

Published by the Ohio Insurance Institute (OII) to provide its readers with information and statistics pertaining to Ohio's property/casualty insurance industry. In certain instances, other state and national information is also provided. 

  
Onesource - Higlinedata

CD ROM version is updated monthly (See ONLINE version also) Contains most of the data supplied to the NAIC in the annual filings of both Property/Casualty and Life/Health insurers (Schedule D, Schedule P and Schedule F - Reinsurance) for the previous five years, including quarterly filings. The interface allows the user to select and manipulate data to generate reports on one or more companies that can be downloaded to a spreadsheet. Typical applications: Report by line, by state.  

 Monthly 
    
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The Papers of James C.H. AndersonElectronic version of The Papers of James. C.H. Anderson former chief executive officer of Tillinghast. He served as CEO from 1972 to 1988. In 1990 he retired from Tillinghast to serve as director of Irish Life Assurance plc and its U.S. subsidiary, Inter-State Assurance Co.  
The Passage to China: Protocols, Culture and Language for Business and Travel. EduMedia Research Inc. and WiCon International Ltd.This CD-ROM is a resource for all those planning a trip to China, whether for business or pleasure. While the Country Profile is rather limited and you can find better elsewhere (e.g., the CIA World Factbook on CD-ROM, that is also available in our library), the Business Protocols section takes you from making initial contact through how to conduct meetings and negotiate with your Chinese counterparts: the ABCs of polite social conversation, business communications, business entertainment, protocols for being a guest as well as host, the ins-and-outs of gift giving, body language, and appearance and social taboos.1997 
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC): A Predictable, Secure Pension for Life: Defined Benefit Pensions
(Y3.P 38/2: 13/SE 2/CD)
Provides easy-to-understand information on
traditional pension plans: what they are, how they operate, and the rights and options of participants.  
  
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC):  Introduction and Frequently Asked Questions.Learn how the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation protects the retirement incomes of more than 44 million American workers and retirees.  
Practical Guide to Successful Planning (PIA)The National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA) has created this new tool through its work with “The Partnership,” a group of national and regional insurance companies. The CD will guide you in accessing this online tool which helps you plan choices based on what you are already doing or new directions you would like to pursue in your agency.  
Plunkett's Insurance Industry Almanac 2010

The book includes our analysis of insurance and risk management industry trends, dozens of statistical tables, an industry glossary, a database of industry associations and professional organizations, and our in-depth profiles of more than 300 of the world's leading insurance companies, both in the U.S. and abroad. 

2010 
Property-Casualty Insurance Accounting. IASA's, 7th ed. (240 I59p7)

Fully indexed with subject matter hyperlinks and in loose leaf format. A resource for anyone involved in financial management and accounting for property and casualty companies in the USA and Canada. Used as an official textbook by AICPCU's Insurance Institute, contains four years of updates, compiled by a team of over 40 industry experts  

  
    
Purchasing Group User's Handbook    Indispensable for anyone involved with regulatory compliance. Includes
  • Registration requirements for each state
  • Requirements for agents and brokers
  • Requirements for purchasing group insurers
  • Premium tax requirements
  • Selected state bulletins, orders, and letters...and more.... 
April 2018 
    
Q,R,S   
    
The Red Book + Kirschner's Agent Source Book  The Kirschner’s Agent Source Book is the nation’s best selling insurancedirectory containing the most trusted listings of Insurance Companies and MGAs. Each regional edition contains a Risk Placement Index covering over 300 Risks, DOI, Bureaus, Associations, Series, exclusive SelectAgent and SelectAdjuster listings. Every edition includes a CD-Rom and Online access that contains all the information in the printed directory plus additional features in a fully searchable format. 2017 
Regional Economic Information System 1969-2007The Regional Economic Information System (REIS), from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, presents estimates of personal income and per capita personal income for 1969-2008.  Government depository item
Regional Economic Information Systems (REIS)Personal income and employment estimates for all counties and metropolitan areas in the United States. 1969-2005.May 2007Government depository item
Reliability, risk and safety : theory and applications ; 3 volumes ; ESREL ConferenceConference Proceedings
ESREL Conference (Prague) : 2009.09.07-10
CRC Press/Balkema , [Leiden] ; 2010 
Risk Management and Insurance in the Post-Crisis Time: The 13th Annual Conference of Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association (July 19-22, 2009. Beijing, China)Annual conference that  to provide a means for all persons and entities with an interest in risk management, insurance, actuarial science, and related areas to share ideas and to engage in collaborative research for the ultimate benefit of the insurance industry. The Association invites participation in its annual conference from all countries, academics, executives, researchers, and government leaders willing to share ideas and to engage in collaborative research. July 2009 
Risk Management for Banks : Policies and Procedures (Sheshunoff)This CD ROM Includes tools needed to develop useful, long-term risk management procedures, including:
  • Detailed checklists for each type of risk defined by the OCC and the Fed.
  • Clear methodology for using modern risk management tools.
  • An introduction to quantitative risk management concepts.
  • Sample interest rate risk management policy covering 12 separate issues.
  • Sample credit risk policy covering credit risk in new loans, existing loans, counter parties, and depositories.
  • In-depth discussion of how to manage liquidity risk, including a case study, sources for liquidity, and how to use liquidity gap reports.
  • Clear examples and suggestions for using these tools and techniques.
  • Compliance risk chapter covers 20 laws and regulations related to lending, securities, and deposits.
  • A sample risk identification worksheet.
  • Checklists that go from the general to the specific and let you compare your current policies and procedures to what our experts recommend.
  • Unique matrixes that let you quickly determine if your risk in each key area is low, medium, or high.
 Ver. 13.1 
Risk, Reliability and Societal Safety, Three Volume Set.
Proceedings of the European Safety and Reliability Conference 2007 (ESREL 2007), Stavanger, Norway, 25-27 June 2007
Edited by Terje Aven, Jan Erik Vinnem
Risk, Reliability and Societal Safety contains papers presented at the 16th European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL 2007) in Stavanger, Norway, June 2007. Topics covered include: risk and reliability analysis methods; maintenance optimisation, and risk management. Special focus has been placed on societal safety issues, such as vulnerability analysis of critical infrastructures, risk perception, communication and governance. The application areas range from oil and gas, nuclear engineering and civil engineering to information technology and communication, security, transportation, health and medicine.  

S & P Ratings Direct Database

Includes worldwide insurer claims-paying ability ratings on over 900 domestic and international property/casualty, reinsurance, title, mortgage and bond insurers. Coverage of each company includes S & P rating, key financial data, balance sheet, income statement, lines of business, ratio report, and a company narrative. Please ask library staff for assistancewww.ratingsdirect.com

  
Safety and Reliability for Managing Risk, Three Volume Set
Proceedings of the 15th European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL 2006), Estoril, Portugal, 18-22 September 2006
Edited by Carlos Guedes Soares, Enrico Zio
Supplement PDF documents.  
Search2 Data for Decision Makers; Sedgwick Information Exchange

This is a database of financial information covering more than three thousand non-life insurance risk carriers around the world, including all Lloyd's syndicates. Also included are company information in emerging markets, ratios, and ratings from key agencies such as Standard and Poor's, AM Best, Duff & Phelps, Moody's, IBCA and FIRI-ISAS. Settlement Agreements in Commercial Disputes (2006) : Forms and Appendicies . Aspen Publ. This CD ROM accompanies a 2 volume loose leaf binder that provides nsights gained from many years of litigation and dispute resolution experience to give you critical tools needed to prepare successful settlements:
• Sophisticated analysis of the law and its application
• Detailed planning of effective drafting techniques
• In-depth coverage of "hot issues," such as multi-party settlements and tax considerations
• Strategies for handling "special topics," such as tax and environmental concerns
• A time-saving library of model agreements on disk for a variety of disputes and jurisdictions
Extensive case citations

  
Sheshunoff: Liquidity Risk Management
Version 11.1
LIQD11
CD is designed to help users meet their responsibilities to reduce and eliminate risk in the workplace. 2012 
Sheshunoff: Managing Risk in Local GovernmentCD is designed to help users meet their responsibilities to reduce and eliminate risk in the workplace.  
Slip & Fall CD-ROM This is a supplement to the bookSlip & Fall Practice,by Charles E. Turnbow.

This book provides you with an organization system and the tools to efficiently develop persuasive slip and fall claims. The CD-ROM contains over 40 helpful forms, checklists, letters, and other resources. 

 July 2012 

SSA Publications on CD-ROM (SSA 1.8/4 : 2001/1 0516-X-01)

Updated monthly, this CD-ROM contains the full-text of such Social Security Administration print publications such as the Social Security Handbook, Social Security Rulings and Acquiescence Rulings and POMS - Program Operations Manual System.  

March 2003 This is a government depository item.

SSA Publications on CD-ROM The Red Book (0516-X-02
SSA 1.27 R 24/2010/CD/Disks 1-3)

The Red Book contains a general description of our disability-related policies. .  

2014This is a government depository item.

Society of Maritime Arbitrators. Digets ofand Index of the Award Service. 1953 through May 2008. Volumes 1 throuhg 6.1

The digest has been produced on a CD-ROM which
contains digests of all prior awards in addition to the current
release; i.e., awards 1 through 4000.

2010 
State Personal Income 1929-2007

Presents the full set of state income estimates prepared by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

October 2009Government depository item
Statistical Abstract of the United States, 2011

This is the electronic version of Statistical Abstracts, summarizing statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States. The current year print edition is available in the liberal arts collection.

130th editionGovernment depository item.
Summary of Life Insurance Business in Fiscal 2004The Life Insurance Association of Japan started as an incorporated association with formal sanction by the authorities concerned on 7 December 1908. Since then, the Association has continued to make efforts for the sound development of the life insurance industry.  
Survey of Current Business (1994-2000)

Significant economic indicators for business use, including analytical findings of the Office of Business Economics. The print version is shelved with liberal arts periodicals.  

 This is a government depository item
    
T,U,V   
Tax Products Published by the IRS, contains current Tax year forms, Instructions and Publications, prior Tax year's forms, the Internal Revenue Bulletin, Audit Technique guides, links to tax related Web Sites and more  2002
Tax Planning with Life Insurance : Thomson Reuters Tax Planning with Life Insurance provides answers to questions concerning: income tax rules; accounting issues involving life insurance; income tax definition of life insurance; using life insurance in both revocable and irrevocable trusts; creative uses of life insurance for charitable giving; and corporate and partnership uses of life insurance. This treatise provides a comprehensive examination and explanation of all major types of life insurance policies.

It also includes charts, checklists, examples and dozens of sample documents and forms.

 2012 
U.S. Academic Explorer

A guide to higher education in the United States.  This is a government depository item. 

  
United States Coast Guard: Seamanship Study Aid

Contains rules of the Road Study Aid, AUXNAV Study Guide & Instructor, Boat Crew Seamanship Manual, Nautical Chart Symbols, and Abbreviations & Terms. 

 Government depository item.
United States Code 

Contains the general and permanent laws of the United States. The print version is available in our Law Collection, and the database is available through LEXIS. 

January 5, 2009Government depository item 
United States Department of Agriculture: Food Defense

Food Defense in FDIS-regulated establishments.


 
Government depository item 
U.S. Department of Energy: EnergySmart School Solutuions

free resources available here – provide school decision-makers with valuable strategies for significantly reducing energy use in new and existing facilities. The Solutions toolkit includes everything your school district needs to get started on school energy savings.

2009Government depository item 
U.S. Department of Homeland Security. United States Coast Guard., Beneficial Landscaping Guidance. U.S. Coast Guard Environmental Management Division (G-SEC-3) 

Prepared as part of the Coast Guard's commitment to protecting and restorin natural resource with Coast Gauard facilities and commitment to the Greening of the Government as required in the Executive Order (E.O.) 13148.  

 Government depository item. 
 U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Ofiice of Citizenship, Welcometo the United States: A Guide for New Immigrants   

Information for immigrants to the United States.  Information is in both Englsih and Spanish.  

 Government depository item.

U.S. Department of Transportation. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. An implementation guide for juvenile holdover programs.(TD 8.8:J 98/CD)

Contains PDF files to assist with the stategic planning of steps necessary to design, develop and implement a new juvenile holdover program. Just as each program will be unique to the needs and resources of each jurisdiction, the specific planning process of each jurisdiction also will be unique. The tools contained on this disc provide examples and aid in this process.

 Government depository item.
U.S. Department of Transportation. Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS) EFTPS is a fast, easy and convenient way for taxpayers to initiate federal tax payments electronically with a simple telephone call or through a personal computer, eliminating paper Federal Tax De- posit coupons, checks and trips to the bank. EFTPS only changes the method of paying taxes not the date taxes are due or the amounts owed. This CD provides instructions on filing and additional information on filing taxes.  
U.S. Exports of Merchandise

Contains information on U.S. export statistics, both government and non-government shipments, of domestic and foreign merchandise (including non-monetary gold and silver) from the U.S. Customs Districts (the 50 states, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico), U.S. Foreign Trade Zones, and the U.S. Virgin Islands to foreign countries.xThisitemis updated on a monthly basis. The Davis Library also has the Historical Summary 1997 - 2001 on a separate CD.   

August 2017Government depository items.
U.S. Global Trade Outlook 1995-2000: Toward the 21st Century

The International Trade Administration's U.S. Global Trade Outlook 1995-2000: Toward the 21st Century shows the increasing emphasis on the globalization of markets and the importance of world trade.

 Government depository item.
U.S. Government Fiscal Year  Budget (2012)

 Issued by the Office of Management and Budget, the Budget of the United States Government is a collection of documents that contains the budget message of the President, information about the President's budget proposals for a given fiscal year, and other budgetary publications that have been issued throughout the fiscal year. Other related and supporting budget publications, such as the Economic Report of the President, are included, which may vary from year to year.

2012Government depository item.

U.S. Imports of Merchandise

Contains information on U.S. import statistics, both government and non-government shipments, of domestic and foreign merchandise (including non-monetary gold and silver) into the U.S. Customs Territory (the 50 states, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico), U.S. Foreign Trade Zones, and U.S. Virgin Islands from foreign countries. This item is updated on a monthly basis. The Davis Library also has the Historical Summary 1997 - 2001 on a separate CD.  

September 2017Government depository items. 
Value-At-Risk Models: Market Risk Analysis(IV). Carol Alexander. Wiley Finance Series.Forms part four of the Market Risk Analysis four volume set. Pedagogical approach to practical examples that are relevant to market risk analysis in practice. 2009 
 Violence on the Job 

Violence on the Job discusses practical measures for identifying risk factors for violence at work, and taking strategic action to keep employees safe. Designed to engage a wide variety of workplace audiences, the DVD is based on extensive NIOSH research, supplemented with information from other authoritative sources.  

  
Voluntary Reporting of Greenhouse Gases-Electronic Form for Data Through 2003 & 2002 DatabaseThe new electronic version of Forms EIA-1605 (for data through 2003) and EIA-160EZ (for 2003 data only).What Was Reported? The Voluntary Reporting Program permits three distinct
types of reporting:
Project-level emissions and reductions, defined as the emission reduction consequences of a particular action
•Entity-level emissions and reductions, defined as the emissions and reductions of an entire organization, usually defined as a corporation
•Commitments to take action to reduce emissions in the future.
  
    
W,X,Y,Z   
Welcome to the United States: a guide for New Immigrants This guide provides a general summary of rights, responsibilities, and procedures related to permanent residents. To get more specific and detailed information, you should consult the laws, regulations, forms, and guidance of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). You should always consult these more detailed resources for your specific immigration question or case.   
World Islamic InsuranceDirectory 2007The first-ever World Islamic InsuranceDirectory, gives readers a much-needed snapshot of the operators in the dynamic takaful arena and underscoring the growing importance of this segment in the global insurance markets.  This directory, represents a practitioners' reference guide, captures key corporate information of more than 100 Islamic insurance companies across 27 countries.  

World of Natural Hazards

Published by Munich Re Group primarily for insurance specialists & engineers to provide an aid in day-to-day decision-making and planning of expert opinions in the subject area of natural hazards. It incorporates a wide range of innovative functions and specialist knowledge including:
a modular world map of natural hazards a worldwide catalog of catastrophes a country-by-country database with national statistics on hazards a glossary of important geoscientific and insurance terminology earthquake and storm scales with a unit converter for frequently used parameters
special themes of topical interest: climate change, El Nino and La Nina megacities consultancy and services provided by Munich Re's Geoscience Research Group  

  
Workers' Comp Checklist Search the 2006 editions of Workers Compensation 2007 
    

 

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Axco Insurance Market Reports *

Insurance Information Institute

Mergent


Privco

SNL *

Standard & Poor’sRatingsDirect® on the Global Credit Portal*

Timetric

Accounting and Taxation

Benefits & Pensions (CCH Health and Human Resources)

Company and Industry Information

General Business Resources

Available only at the St. John's Manhattan Campus

Alacra Industry Spolights (insurance)

AM Best's

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)

Bloomberg.com

Census Gov Website

Congoo

CPCU Society

Digital Actuarial Resources

EconPapers

FASB: Financial Accounting Standards Board

FedStats

GPO Access

Guide to Company/Industry Comparison

Insurance Information Institute

International Monetary Fund  (current economic and financial indicators)

ISO

National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)

Risk and Insurance Management Society

U.S. Census Bureau

U.S. Department of Labor. Bureau of Labor Statistics

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

U.S. Small Business Administration

Selected e-Journals

Accounting and Business Research

Actuarial Notes

Best's Review

Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America

CPCU Journal

Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance

Insurance Accounting

Insurance Industry Profile (US)

Insurance and Technology

Journal of Insurance Issues

Journal of Risk and Insurance

Risk Management

Risk Management and Insurance Review

Risk Retention Reporter

More General Business ejournals

 

Selected Insurance  e-books


International Dictionary of Insurance and Finance

Dictionary of Insurance Terms

Risk Management

The Simple Rules of Risk : Revisiting the Art of Financial Risk Management

 

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