Casualty Actuarial Society



2005 Winter Forum

Including the 2005 Ratemaking Discussion Papers and Data Management, Quality, and Technology Call Papers

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2005 CAS Ratemaking Discussion Papers

D&O Reinsurance Pricing - A Financial Market Approach
by Athula Alwis, ACAS, MAAA, Vladimir Kremerman, Ph.D., and Junning Shi, FCAS, MAAA

Ratemaking for Captives and Alternative Market Vehicles
by Ann M. Conway, FCAS, MAAA

Ratemaking Examples: Exhibit 1, Exhibit 2, Exhibit 3, page 53-71

Generalized Minimum Bias Models
by Luyang Fu, Ph.D., and Cheng-sheng Peter Wu, FCAS, ASA, MAAA

Discussion of "Generalized Minimum Bias Models"
by Stephen J. Mildenhall, FCAS, ASA, MAAA

The Effect of Changing Exposure Levels on Calendar Year Loss Trends
by Chris Styrsky, FCAS, MAAA

Pitfalls in Evaluating Proposed Tort Reforms
by Gail E. Tverberg, FCAS, MAAA

Exhibit 1, page 161

2005 Data Management, Quality, and Technology Call Papers

Insurance Industry Decision Support: Data Marts, OLAP and Predictive Analytics
by George Bukhbinder, Ph.D., Michael Krumenaker, Abraham Phillips, Ph.D

Dancing With Dirty Data: Methods for Exploring and Cleaning Data
by Louise A. Francis, FCAS, MAAA

The Games We Play: The Future of DFA Models' Interfaces
by Aleksey S. Popelyukhin, Ph.D

Actuarial Data Management In A High-Volume Transactional Processing Environment
by Joseph Strube, and Bryant Russell, Ph.D., ACAS, MAAA

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