Papers Presented at Annual Meeting

ARIA’s Annual Meeting attracts submissions from academicians, PhD students, and other researchers across the field of insurance and risk management.

The vitality of the insurance industry is sparked by the advancement of the study of insurance in a noncommercial, scientific setting. ARIA provides opportunities for research sharing and meaningful dialogue through our Annual Meeting, journals, and events. Additionally, we work with universities and organizations in the industry to connect our members to grant and research opportunities.

ARIA Research Awards

ARIA offers several opportunities for recognition.   We honor students, researchers, and other academics for the contributions they have made to the industry and the organization.

  • Brockett – Shapiro Actuarial Journal Award – for the author of a paper published in either Variance or NAAJ which provides the most valuable contribution to risk management and insurance.
  • Robert C. Witt Award – best feature article in the Journal of Risk and Insurance
  • Robert I. Mehr Award – for the paper published in JRI ten years ago that has best stood the test of time.
  • RMIR Award – the best article in the Risk Management and Insurance Review
  • CAS Research Award – author of a paper published by ARIA that provides the most valuable contribution to casualty actuarial science.
  • Early Career Scholarly Achievement Award – honors the research achievement of Risk Management and Insurance scholars within 10 years of award of Ph.D.
  • Kulp-Wright Book Award – recognizes a risk management and insurance book or monograph that advances the body of knowledge towards new frontiers

Risk Theory Society

The Risk Theory Society (RTS) is a self-administered organization within ARIA. The purpose of RTS is to foster research into topics in risk theory and risk management. The Society’s membership is a diverse group of economists, financial economists, and actuaries who undertake theoretical and applied research in the areas of insurance economics, financial economics related to insurance markets, actuarial science, and more generally in the economic analysis of risk and uncertainty.

RTS hosts an annual meeting where research is presented and discussed in an extended time format.