Our faculty create and share knowledge that address some of today's most challenging issues - such as health care and sustainability. In fact, their research has appeared in more than 90 different journals. Their thought leadership informs and impacts business, government , and society at large.

Here's a sampling of the Risk and Insurance faculty's latest research, which has and will continue to support business and government leaders during the decision making process.

Health care

MA Rosenberg, PH Johnson, PH, and IG Duncan, "Exploring Stakeholder Perspectives On What Is Affordable Health Care." To appear in Risk Management and Insurance Review.

MA Rosenberg and PM Farrell, "Predictive Modeling of Costs for a Chronic Disease with Acute High Cost Episodes." North American Actuarial Journal. 12(1):1-18.
Reprinted courtesy of the Society of Actuaries, Schaumburg, Illinois. Copyright 2009.

MA Rosenberg, EW Frees, J Sun, P. Johnson, and P.J. Robinson. "Predictive modeling with longitudinal data: A case study of Wisconsin nursing homes." North American Actuarial Journal 11(3), 54-69.
Reprinted courtesy of the Society of Actuaries, Schaumburg, Illinois. Copyright 2009.

Sustainability Risk Management

Dan R. Anderson"Sustainablilty Risk Management: Mitigating Risk and Creating Business Opportunities." Rays of Research Presentation, Wisconsin School of Business. 2009 Mar 25.

Dan R. Anderson, "Sustainability Risk Management as a Critical Component of Enterprise Risk Management: Global Warming – Climate Change Risks." The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Issues and Practices, July 2007.

Insurance Regulation

Martin Eling, Robert W. Klein, and Joan T. Schmit, "A Comparison of Insurance Regulation in the United States and European Union in Insurance Choices: Competition and the Future of Property and Casualty Insurance Markets." The Independent Institute, to be published in 2009.

Martin Eling, Hato Schmeiser, and Joan T. Schmit"The Solvency II Process: Overview and Critical Analysis." Risk Management and Insurance Review, 10(1), 69-85.
This is an electronic version of an article published in Risk Management and Insurance Review; the definitive version is available at www.blackwell-synergy.com

Insurance Litigation Trends and Influence

Mark J. Browne and Joan T. Schmit"Litigation Patterns in Automobile Bodily Injury Claims 1977-1997: Effects of Time and Tort Reform." Journal of Risk and Insurance, 75(1), 83-100.
This is an electronic version of an article published in the Journal of Risk and Insurance. It is available on the Blackwell Synergy online delivery service, accessible via the journal's Web site at www.blackwellpublishing.com/journals/jri or http://www.blackwell-synergy.com.

Yu Lei and Mark J. Browne"Medical Malpractice Insurance Market Entry and Exit: 1994 - 2006." Journal of Insurance Regulation, 27 (1), 47-72.

Modeling and Statistical Analysis

Jianfeng Sun, EW Frees, and MA Rosenberg, "Heavy-tailed longitudinal data modeling using copulas." Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 42(2), 817-830.

EW Frees and Emiliano A. Valdez, "Hierarchical Insurance Claims Modeling." Journal of the American Statistical Association, 103(484) 1457-1469.
Reproduced with permission from the Journal of the American Statistical Association.  Copyright 2008 by the American Statistical Association. All rights reserved.

EW Frees, Peng Shi and Emiliano A. Valdez, "Actuarial Applications of a Hierarchical Insurance Model." to appear in ASTIN Bulletin.
Copyright 2009 by ASTIN Bulletin and PEETERS. Reproduced with permission.