Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Automobile Insurance: Samuel P. Black, Jr. and the Rise of Erie Insurance, 1923-1961
This study explores the development of automobile insurance through the career of one of the industry's entrepreneurs, Samuel P. Black, Jr., and Erie Insurance, the company he helped build.
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Introduction EntrepreneurshipTheory and Practice
The Motor Age
The Romance of Claims
Push This Thing Along The Rise of Erie Insurance
The Challenge of the Depression
Adversity and Innovation
Sales World War II and Managing the Northwest Territories
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