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Joseph E. Johnson

  • Professor Emeritus
  • Business Administration, UNCG

B.A., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; M.B.A., D.B.A., Georgia State University.

There are 8 included publications by Joseph E. Johnson :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
An Analysis of State Guaranty Fund Assessments for Property/Casualty Insurers from 1979-90. 1994 1095 This study analyzes features of property and liability insurance guaranty funds and net assessments on a state-by-state basis over the 12-year period ending in 1990. Previous research has looked at individual company risk factors in predicting insolv...
Cost Differences of Distribution Systems by Line in the Property and Liability Insurance Industry 1993 1510 This study identifies changes in aggregate market share between 1976 and 1988 for property and liability companies classified by distribution system. Evidence is presented that distribution system type produces differences in relative total expense l...
Cost Effects of Comparative Negligence: Tort Reform in Reverse. 1991 785 This study uses automobile insurance loss costs as a proxy for tort system costs under contributory and comparative negligence standards. The principal finding is that insurance consumers in states that have adopted comparative negligence pay more fo...
Cost Implications of No-Fault Automobile Insurance. 1992 456 No fault advocates commonly predict automobile insurance cost savings for consumers in states adopting no-faults statutes in place of a tort system. For states implementing no-fault, the cost results have been mixed. This study compares the loss cost...
Experience from Early Tort Reforms: Comparative Negligence Since 1974. 1989 412 Insurance consumers in states that have adopted comparative negligence pay more for automobile liability insurance than do consumers in states that retain contributory negligence. Through the use of a transformed generalized least squares regression ...
Financial Strength Characteristics of Firms: An Explanation of the P/E Anomaly? 1993 693 The P/E anomaly is the widely accepted proposition that even after adjusting for risk as mea-sured by beta, low P/E stocks have higher returns than high P/E stocks. The literature includes substantial evidence supporting the proposition. Recent resea...
No-Fault Cost Savings: Reality or Myth? 1992 313 The authors report the results of a study of no-fault insurance premiums. They conclude that premiums are no higher in fault states than in no-fault states. They suggest that it is not clear whether no-fault is "less costly" as proponents claim, and ...
Solving for the Number of Cash Flows and Periods in Financial Problems. 1990 2792 The time value of money (NM) concepts often receive more attention in introductory finance courses than do other topics. Textbook solutions to time value of money problems usually instruct students to solve for the number of periods to the closest ye...