Casualty Actuarial Society Award

The Casualty Actuarial Society award is given each year to the paper published in an ARIA journal that provides the most valuable contribution to casualty actuarial science.  The award is $1,000 plus an expense paid trip for the author to one of the CAS meetings to present the paper. The first award was presented at the 1997 ARIA Annual Meeting based on articles published in the Journal of Risk and Insurance in 1996 and in later years included articles published in the newer ARIA journal, Risk Management and Insurance Review. The dual objectives of this award are to promote research on topics of concern to casualty actuaries and to make members of the CAS more aware of current research findings.  This award is one of several approaches that are being adopted to foster greater interaction between ARIA and the CAS.   By making ARIA members more aware of the casualty actuarial profession, the CAS hopes to attract more highly qualified students.  Also, ARIA members will be encouraged to participate in research projects on topics that are identified as critical by the CAS.  

Winners of this award in 2021