Report-An Integrated Approach to Managing Extreme Events and Climate Risks
This report provides insights about climate-related mounting social and economic risks, analyses obstacles to the insurance industry’s contribution and makes recommendations on how to overcome some of these hurdles.
CIO 2016: Dr Gunther Thallinger, CEO Allianz Investment Management
Modernising Insurance Solvency Regimes
The report examines the commonalities and differences of global solvency regimes. It examines inter alia asset and liability valuation, how regulatory capital requirements are set, status of internal models, criteria for assessing capital resources.Download the Report
2016 General Assembly Review
This General Assembly Review is a retrospective on some of the key discussions in Rome at the 43rd annual General Assembly.Download the Review
Call for Papers - Geneva Association Research Grant 2017
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 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.
The theme of the 2017 research grant is Digitalisation in Insurance. The deadline for submissions is 9 December 2016.Click here for the Call for Papers
Call for Papers - The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance
The Geneva Papers is calling for papers for the October 2017 edition on Managing Extreme Events and Climate Risks.
Deadline for submission is 5 December 2016.
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Call for Papers - Shin Research Excellence Award 2017
The Shin Research Excellence Awards program is designed to foster original, applied research in the insurance and risk management field, addressing issues of concern to global insurance executives by examining subjects which directly influence business operations and issues on a practical level.
The 2017 Shin Research Award will focus on the topic “Narrowing the Protection Gap".
Deadline for submission is 1 February 2017.Click here for the Call for Papers
Call for Papers - EALE2017
The 17th Joint Seminar of The Geneva Association and the European Association of Law and Economics (EALE) will take place at the University of Iceland, Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources, Reykjavík, Iceland on 22–23 June 2017. The main topic of the seminar will be climate change and insurance. Any papers dealing with the law and economic aspects of climate change and insurance are invited.
Deadline for submission of abstracts is 1 February 2017.Click here for the Call for Papers