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Tehnika
2014, vol. 69, br. 4, str. 687-693
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: stručni članak
doi:10.5937/tehnika1404687G


Menadžment rizicima u osiguranju primenom AHP metode
a'Kompanija Dunav osiguranje', Beograd
bUniverzitet u Beogradu, Saobraćajni fakultet

Projekat

Nove tehnologije u inteligentnim transportnim sistemima – primena u gradskim i prigradskim uslovima (MPNTR - 36005)

Sažetak

Osiguravajuće kuće su kompleksni poslovni sistemi koji svojim klijentima pružaju usluge osiguranja - nadoknade štete u slučaju realizacije neželjenih događaja. Proces osiguranja zavisi od velikog broja faktora koji direktno i indirektno utiču na uspešnost poslovanja osiguravajućih kuća. Cilj ovoga rada je da prikaže jedan pristup za ocenu rizika u poslovanju osiguravajućih kuća u oblasti neživotnog osiguranja. Pristup se zasniva na primeni AHP metode koja omogućava hijerarhijsku dekompoziciju problema. Ulazni podaci za AHP metodu su dobijeni anketiranjem većeg broja eksperata u oblasti osiguranja, iz različitih osiguravajućih kuća u Republici Srbiji. Izlazni rezultati ukazuju na kategorije rizika koje imaju najveći uticaj na ukupan rizik poslovanja osiguravajućih kuća.

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