Risk insurance of cosmic projects in Russian Federation
Nataiya Vladimirovna Fedorova, Vladislav Viktorovich Kukartsev, Andrei Anatolievich Boyko, Vadim Sergeevich Tynchenko, Yuriy Vitalievich Danilchenko
Nataiya Vladimirovna Fedorova
Available Online August 2018.
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- space risk, space activities, insurance of space projects
- Modern space activities in Russia are the most promising areas of economic development for the near future. The issues of ensuring the safety of insurance for the risks of space projects are extremely relevant, since the space industry is a dangerous type of human activity that has many cosmic risks and is associated with the potential for damage to the life and health of people engaged in space activities. That is why it is necessary to pay more attention to the system of domestic insurance of risks of the space industry, as well as individual projects from various adverse events. To solve this problem, the system of domestic insurance of space projects risks of the Russian Federation was analyzed. The advantages and disadvantages of this insurance system were revealed, the main stages of insurance organization were examined, and the methodology of risk management of the space project was analyzed. Also, the tasks of improving the domestic system for insurance of space projects risks were formulated, and measures were proposed to ensure these tasks. Results of the study allow improving the system of space risks insurance, reducing the expenses of the state budget of space projects risks organization.
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TY - CONF AU - Nataiya Vladimirovna Fedorova AU - Vladislav Viktorovich Kukartsev AU - Andrei Anatolievich Boyko AU - Vadim Sergeevich Tynchenko AU - Yuriy Vitalievich Danilchenko PY - 2018/08 DA - 2018/08 TI - Risk insurance of cosmic projects in Russian Federation BT - Proceedings of the International conference "Economy in the modern world" (ICEMW 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 199 EP - 204 SN - 2352-5428 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icemw-18.2018.37 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icemw-18.2018.37 ID - Fedorova2018/08 ER -