ALL meanings of adverse selection

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  • noun adverse selection Adverse selection is a term used to describe the tendency of those in dangerous jobs or with high-risk lifestyles to want to take out life insurance. 3
  • noun adverse selection the process of singling out potential customers who are considered higher risks than the average. 1
  • noun adverse selection (economics, business, insurance) The process by which the price and quantity of goods or services in a given market is altered due to one party having information that the other party cannot have at reasonable cost. 0
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