Geneva Association Ernst Meyer Prize
The prestigious Geneva Association Ernst Meyer Prize is awarded annually for university research work in the form of a doctoral thesis which makes a significant and original contribution to the study of risk and insurance economics. The Judging Committee for the Geneva Association Ernst Meyer Prize comprises Prof Christophe Courbage, Prof Andreas Richter, and Prof Richard Watt.
Geneva Association/IIS Research Partnership—Shin Research Excellence Award
The Geneva Association and the International Insurance Society (IIS) jointly offer the Shin Research Excellence Award, designed to foster original applied research in the insurance area addressing issues of concern to global insurance leaders by examining subjects which directly influence business operations and operational business issues on a practical level. The award is named after Kyobo Life Insurance Company founder Shin Yong-ho and was established in 1997 to commemorate Shin, who was inducted into the Insurance Hall of Fame in 1996 for creating the world's first education insurance policy.
Each year, The Geneva Association awards one research grant for submissions—usually doctoral theses carried out in the field of risk and insurance economics.
The grant is worth CHF 10,000 and covers a period of 10 months. The grant is intended to support research on a specific theme, whether this is in the form of a thesis leading to a doctoral degree or a research paper on that specific theme.
SCOR–EGRIE Young Economist Best Paper Award
This prize was created by SCOR, the Institut d’Economie Industrielle (IDEI) and the University of Paris-Dauphine to honour the best paper presented by a young economist at EGRIE’s annual seminar. The amount offered to the laureate of the award is €2,000. This award is organised under the supervision of the chair “Risk Markets and Value Creation” at IDEI and Dauphine University, which is sponsored by SCOR and the Fondation du Risque.
The selection committee is composed of five people representing the following institutions: EGRIE, SCOR, Fondation du Risque, Dauphine University and IDEI.
The 2018 award was presented to Wanda Mimra, Janina Nemitz and Christian Waibel for their article, “Voluntary Pooling of Genetic Risk: A Health Insurance Experiment”.
SCOR–Geneva Risk and Insurance Review Best Paper Award
SCOR, the Institut d’Economie Industrielle (IDEI), and The University of Paris-Dauphine created the SCOR-GRIR Award to distinguish the best paper of the year published in The Geneva Risk and Insurance Review. The amount offered to the laureate of the award is €1,000. This award is organised under the supervision of the chair “Risk Markets and Value Creation” at IDEI and Dauphine University, which is sponsored by SCOR and the Fondation du Risque.
The selection committee, composed of the editors and associate editors of The Geneva Risk and Insurance Review, chooses and rewards the best paper published the previous year.
The 2018 award was presented to Justina Klimaviciute for her article, “Long-Term Care Insurance and Intra-Family Moral Hazard: Fixed Versus Proportional Health Benefits”.