The Kulp-Wright Book Award recognizes a risk management and insurance book or monograph that advances the body of knowledge towards new frontiers. The committee, Chaired by Cameron Ellis, will identify the most significant scholarly text published in the academic field of risk management and insurance published in 2019. The authors of the winning text will be presented the award at the 2021 Annual Meeting.
Learn more about the criteria for award candidates and submission here. 2021 Kulp-Wright Award submissions are closed.
Previous Recipients of the Kulp-Wright Book Award Include:
Kip Viscusi, Pricing Lives: Guideposts for a Safer Society
Guy Thomas, Loss Coverage: Why Insurance Works Better with Some Adverse Selection
Edward W. Frees, Richard A. Derrig, and Glenn Meyers, Predictive Modeling Applications in Actuarial Science: Case Studies in Insurance
Milevsky, King William’s Tontine
Courtois and Walter, Extreme Financial Risks and Asset Allocation
Georges Dionne, Handbook of Insurance published by Springer
Peter Zweifel, Insurance Economics
Michael Powers, Acts of God and Man: Ruminations on Risk and Insurance
Neil Doherty, The Known, the Unknown, and the Unknowable in Financial Risk Management