As a core course for the Master of Financial Planning, it provides a conceptual framework for understanding the effect of risks in personal financial planning and the role of insurance contracts in managing the risks. Specifically, the course introduces the economic principles of risk management and insurance, the essential details about insurance contracts, and the institutional features of Australian insurance markets.
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