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ERGO Risk Report 2018

ERGO Risk Report 2018

The ERGO Risk Report 2018 is the first in a series of surveys that is to provide information on risk literacy and personal responsibility among Germans. This representative survey was conducted under the scientific direction of Professor Gerd Gigerenzer, Director of the Harding Center for Risk Literacy at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development. A new edition of the survey is scheduled for publication every two years, each concentrating on a different topic. The current report focuses on the subject of providing for old age.
Further information can be found in our press release.

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Welcome to //next!

What drives the insurance industry? Which trends should be looked at more closely - and how should they be dealt with? With the online magazine //next, ERGO has created a platform where experts reflect on necessary innovations and technological developments in the insurance industry.

Insurance is a technology business

The Tech Trend Radar 2021 is out now – it provides information about technology-driven trends in 2021 that are relevant to the global insurance sector. The TTR is a collaborative initiative by Munich Re and ERGO. This year’s report contains 58 trends that have strategic and operative relevance for the insurance industry. The trends are categorised into four trend fields: Human-centricity, Connected World, Artificial Intelligence and Enabling Technologies.

ERGO Risk Report 2018

ERGO Risk Report 2018

The ERGO Risk Report 2018 is the first in a series of surveys that is to provide information on risk literacy and personal responsibility among Germans. This representative survey was conducted under the scientific direction of Professor Gerd Gigerenzer, Director of the Harding Center for Risk Literacy at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development. A new edition of the survey is scheduled for publication every two years, each concentrating on a different topic. The current report focuses on the subject of providing for old age.
Further information can be found in our press release.