This page contains emerging research topics in risk management in a variety of areas. As new reports and studies on risk management become available, you’ll find them listed below. Most reports are in PDF format.
In this category of risk management studies and reports, you’ll find research that explores how climate risk may affect the finance and insurance industries.
Predictive Modeling of Surface Temperature Extremes over North America with Actuarial Applications in View
This project obtains ensemble simulations of surface atmospheric temperature over North America.
Risk management reports that are relevant to general insurance matters are available for download below.
This research concerns optimal new business written premium mix at the firm and state levels under varying competitive conditions.
This report provides an analytical basis for discussion and understanding for regulators, legislators, and the general public about national trends and state specific factors that may be driving the auto insurance loss costs, which ultimately impact premiums and the consumer.
Sponsored by the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (CIA), Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS), and Society of Actuaries (SOA), this study looks at causes of insolvency and decisions made by management, regulators, and policyholders over the life cycle of the insolvency. This study is intended to educate insurance professionals on historical insurer impairments and insolvencies and possible future prevention indicators.
This research paper introduces Delta Boosting as a new member of the boosting family.
This research paper develops a framework for modeling and pricing cybersecurity risk.
The Society of Actuaries (SOA) has sponsored a program of research that utilizes U.S. Population Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to produce studies, tools and articles that may be of interest to its members and the public. See the list below for the publications released by the SOA.