Money Left on the Table: Part 1
William H. Rabel, Ph.D., FLMI, CLU, the John and Mary Louise Loftis Bickley Endowed Teaching Professor of Insurance & Financial Services, Culverhouse College of Commerce & Business Administration, at the University of Alabama, gives his front-and-center perspective on insurance education in part 1 of his "Money Left on the Table" series.
It's not pretty.
Enrollments in most education programs serving the insurance industry have dropped in recent years. The industry's human capital is in decline. Does this mean support for professional education in both the field and the home office is going down too? And why?
Answers can be found in Dr. Rabel's report.
If you happen to have answers of your own, or questions on the topic, please e-mail them to the editors.
July 1, 2007
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