Publications A1 – Social insurance universalism: The International Congress of Actuaries and the International Social Security Association, 1945-2000

Milena Guthörl, Martin Lengwiler

Lengwiler, M. & H. Bühlmann (forthcoming), Calculating the Unpredictable: History of Actuarial Theories and Practices in Reinsurance, in: D. Gugerli (ed.), Co-operation and Competition: Organization and Risks of the Reinsurance Business, 1860-2010 (Oxford University Press, Oxford).

Lengwiler, M., 2013, Expert networks and the ILO in 20th century accident insurance: The case of insurance of silicosis in Switzerland and Germany (1910-1970), in: S. Kott & J. Droux (eds.), Globalizing Social Rights: The International Labour Organization and beyond (Palgrave, Basingstoke), 32-46.

Lengwiler, M., 2012, Switzerland: Insurance and the need to export, in: P. Borscheid & N.-V. Haueter (eds.), World Insurance. The Evolution of a Global Risk Network (Oxford University Press, Oxford) 143-166.

Lengwiler, M., 2012, Unification, Standardization, Co-ordination: International Welfare Experts in Western Europe (20th century), in: B. Ziemann, K. Brückweh & R.F. Wetzell (eds.), Engineering Society. The Role of the Human and Social Sciences in Modern Societies, 1880-1980 (Palgrave, London).

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