Influenza Pandemics: Are We Ready for the Next One? What Actuaries Can Learn From 1918And reinsurers generally provide ART coverage to direct writers. As a profession we spend a lot of time ... Doctors and nurses put their lives at risk when taking care of these patients and, to their credit, very few ...
Description: This article discusses the causes of the 1918 influenza pandemic, the reasons it occurred and the likelihood that it could happen again. In addition, the author discussed ways, in general, to model and manage risks that occur infrequently, yet have a significant impact.Hide
- Authors: Max Rudolph
- Date: Jul 2004
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving
- Publication Name: Risk Management
- Topics: Global Perspectives; Health & Disability
The Actuary's Role in Risk Managementliabilities, life, disability income, and long-term care. Mr. Randall M. O'Connor: Today's topic is about ... most capital they possibly can and doesn't really care what the shareholders get in terms of return. We ...
Description: 1999 SOA Annual Meeting, San Francisco. The panel discussed how the actuarial profession may contribute to the quantification and management of various types of risks that insurers and other financial service providers assume.Hide
- Authors: Max Rudolph, Randall M O'Connor, Ikwhan Oh, Jean-Francois Lemay
- Date: Oct 1999
- Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Financial Reporting & Accounting; Global Perspectives