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Development and similarity of insurance markets of European Union countries after the enlargement in 2004

@inproceedings{Denkowska2020DevelopmentAS,
  title={Development and similarity of insurance markets of European Union countries after the enlargement in 2004},
  author={Anna Denkowska and Stanisław Wanat},
  year={2020}
}
Research background: The enlargement of the European Union to new countries in 2004 launched mechanisms supporting the development of various social and economic areas, as well as levelling the differences between the Community members in these areas. This article focuses on the insurance sector. Purpose of the article: The main purpose is to analyze the development and similarity of the insurance markets of old and new members of the European Union after the enlargement in 2004. In this work… Expand

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