The Actuarial Review
THE NEWSLETTER OF THE CASUALTY ACTUARIAL SOCIETY · VOL. 38, NO. 3 · August 2011

From The President: Getting to the Right Answer   Ralph Blanchard—If the only assurance we have is that our answer will be wrong, where does the value from the actuarial analysis come from? How do we get to the “right” answer?  Continued...

In My Opinion: Ballots Count: Vote in the CAS Election   Grover Edie—In the summer of 1948, the U.S. presidential election was over, all but for the formality of voting in the fall. Harry S. Truman, the Democratic president who had taken over the reins of government when Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) died in 1945, was far behind his opponent in the polls  Continued...

Random Sampler: Learning: The Journey That Lasts a Lifetime!   Pat Teufel, CAS President-Elect—Some years, summer vacation has been a time of rest and relaxation, a time to recharge; other years, it has brought great excitement, as my family and I explored new places and tried new things.  Continued...

CAS Spring Meeting Keynote Speaker Encourages Actuaries To Be Leaders    Continued...

Special Election Insert    

Meet the Candidates    

Miccolis and Heppen Win Hachemeister Prize    Continued...

New Fellows Admitted Spring 2011    Continued...

New Associates Admitted Spring 2011    Continued...

RPP II: The Risk Premium Project Update    Continued...


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