ARIA Annual Meeting 2022 Call for Papers
American Risk and Insurance Association
The Annual Meeting of the American Risk and Insurance Association will be held July 31-August 3, 2022, at the Hyatt Regency Long Beach, California. Papers presented at the annual meeting will mostly include those submitted by individuals. Session chairs are also invited to propose a full session of up to three papers based on a specific topic. ARIA encourages a broad and varied participation thus the highest quality meeting for attendees from a variety of perspectives.
Who Should Submit: Academics, doctoral students, government and non-governmental agency personnel, regulators, professionals, and other researchers are encouraged to submit a proposal to present their best research.
Papers on any risk or insurance related topics are welcome. Specific subject areas include, but are not limited to the following:
Accounting, Actuarial Science, Big Data/Analytics/Insurtech, Auto Insurance, Behavioral insurance, Catastrophe risk, Climate Change, Cyber/Technology, ERM, Health, Insurance economics: adverse selection, moral hazard, Insurance economics: Utility, agent preferences, Insurance company operations, Liability and tort reform, Life Insurance/Annuities, Loss Reserves/ Reserving, Property/Casualty (including Workers’ Compensation), Regulation, Reinsurance, Retirement/Long Term Care/Longevity, Resilience/Sustainability/ESG risks, RMI education, pedagogy, Solvency, capital management. There is a special call for submissions in R&I teaching and instruction.
What to Submit: Executive summaries (not exceeding three pages) that focus on the purpose, expected results, and importance of the research may be submitted. Completed papers are preferred and complete papers must be submitted closer to the conference date. Proposals from doctoral students are encouraged. The deadline for submission is January 10, 2022.
Please read more about the Annual Meeting at https://www.aria.org/events/2022-aria-annual-meeting/
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