Economists have paid the greatest attention to mechanisms based on rational interests. Based on Evans-Pritchard`s observation that it is scarcity, not prosperity, that makes the Nuer [in South Sudan] generous, Mr. Posner (1980) said that informal agreements could be based on quid pro quo: “I am helping you today because I expect you to help me tomorrow.” Behavioural evidence supports the quid pro quo idea: individuals in experimental situations also collaborate in finally repeated games. Axelrod (1984) emphasized this point, which called Tit-for-Tat`s behaviour a “good recipiation” in such experiments. An evolutionary explanation for the emergence of this human property has been proposed, arguing that courageous reciprocity enables human societies to obtain rapid and decentralized cooperation. Workers` liability – Protecting an employer`s liability for the rights arising from the provision in worker benefit insurance for the economic and social well-being of workers. For example, the positions covered are retirement plans, group life insurance, group health insurance, group disability insurance, as well as accidental death and dismemberment. Claim Form – A kind of liability insurance form that pays only if the event that is the origin of the right (triggers) and the actual right during the duration of the MEA Design and Evaluation insurance based on the results were presented for the first time to the insurance company by McCabe and his colleagues (McCabe etal.2010) and Menon and colleagues (Menon and 2010). However, most of these early proposals were systematically analysed by the Ispor Task Force for Performance Based Risk Sharing Arrangements (PBRSA), with a focus on the EDC (Garrison etal.,2013). Insurers – an insurer or reinsurer authorized to write insurance in kind and/or in the event of an accident in accordance with state laws.
Transfers, informal loans and gift exchanges in the past year to and from friends/parents who belong to the same/different Jati and live in the same village/village. This data allows us to examine how insurance benefits, whether through payments or by increasing the average income of insurance purchasers, are distributed within and within villages and sub-networks and how they affect well-being. The effective date of an insurance policy. Convertible Term Insurance Policy – an insurance that can be converted into permanent insurance without a medical assessment. The insurer is required to renew the policy under insurance conditions, regardless of the health of the insured. Alien Company – an insurance company founded according to the laws of a foreign country. The company must meet government regulatory standards in order to legally sell insurance products in that state. Long-term renewable insurance – renewable insurance for a limited number of consecutive conditions by the policyholder and which does not depend on a medical examination.