A new Policy Brief, 2015-PB-02, "Insurance Regulation in the Dodd-Frank Era" by Hester Peirce, Senior Research Fellow at George Mason University's Mercatus Center is now available from our Policy Briefs page.
Peirce proposes that in the nearly five years that have passed since Dodd-Frank became law, the future of state regulation of insurance is not looking as secure as it did at the law’s inception. She explores a different approach: reforming insurance regulation embracing an idea that was suggested before the crisis — single state regulation of insurers.
All of NFI's publications are accessible from our publications pages.
Insurance and risk management major Brandon Nettrouer of South Whitley, Ind., is a natural leader and has been extremely involved on campus," said Rebecca Wray, MBA director at Indiana State’s Gongaware Center. "He will be doing an internship with Gibson Insurance — of which president and CEO Tim Leman is an alumnus — in South Bend this summer."
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NFI Scholars at the End of Year Review
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Networks and Gongaware Scholars at the Scott50 Celebrations
April 22, 2014
All Networks Financial Institute's Policy Briefs, Working Papers and Reports are now available through the RePEc service.
Our papers have been available from our own site and the Social Science Research Network (SSRN) for several years but they are now also available through the Research Papers in Economics (RePEc) to enhance their dissemination.
Networks Financial Institute (NFI) at Indiana State University was founded in 2003 with the help of a grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc., an Indianapolis-based, private philanthropic foundation. NFI strives to facilitate broad, collaborative thinking, dialogue and progress in the evolving financial services marketplace through student programs and thought leadership.
NFI exists to facilitate broad, collaborative thinking, dialogue and progress in the evolving financial services marketplace through two targeted initiatives:
The Networks Scholars program is intended to develop tomorrow's hardworking, dedicated, knowledgeable, and inquisitive scholars into financial industry professionals. The program is a four-year scholarship for qualified freshmen accepted to Indiana State University, who choose to pursue a career in the financial services industry. More about the Networks Scholarship program.
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