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  1. "Adjusting & Other" Reserves According to the "Loss-Activity Method"
    This paper presents an additional method for calculation "adjusting & other" claim handling expenses...
  2. "The Sting," A New Musical Comedy
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  3. …Per Aspera: The Last Few Obstacles on the Way to Digital Paradise
    No doubt, technology will irreversibly change the insurance industry and all related professions from underwriting to marketing to actuarial...
  4. 1922 Revision of the Industrial Compensation Rating Schedule
    A schedule rating plan as an instrument of rating a risk for workmen's compensation insurance should establish the relativity of hazard between individual risks of the same manual classification to the extent that the physical condition of the risk influences its experience...
  5. 1922 Revision of the Industrial Compensation Rating Schedule [Discussion]
    The authors of the very thorough and illuminating paper which is before us for discussion have indicated the explanatory character of their work by its title...
  6. 1965 Study of Expenses by Size of Risk
    This report is a chronological presentation of the steps taken from the time of the first indication that a study of expenses was in the offing until, three years later, the deliberations of no less than six committees culminated in a complete revision of the expense provision used in workmen’s compensation ratemaking...
  7. 1965 Study of Expenses by Size of Risk [Discussion]
    Mr...
  8. 1965 Study of Expenses by Size of Risk [Discussion]
    The paper provided by Mr...
  9. 1979 Automobile Accident Reports: Do Driver Characteristics Support Rate Discrimination?
    Classifications/LOB-Auto Physical Damage...
  10. 1988 Casualty Ratemaking Seminar
    From the period between 1980 thru 1984, the insurance industry in the United States was in the midst of a period of extreme price competition...
  11. 1991 NAIC Requirements for Casualty Actuarial Opinions
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  12. 1995 Statement of Actuarial Opinion
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  13. 1996 Geo-coding Survey
    The purpose of the 1996 Geo-Coding Survey was to assess the current usage of geo-coded data in the casualty actuarial profession, and to foster development of new actuarial techniques using such data...
  14. 2001 Call for Papers- Dynamic Financial Analysis, A Case Study
    In this call paper program, participants were presented with a specific actuarial situation, including a company description and financial statements, and were asked to write a paper describing their approach and solution to the situation...
  15. A Bayesian Approach to Negative Binamial Parameter Estimation
    Some procedures that are used to calculate aggregate loss distributions and claim count distributions assume the claim count distribution is a negative binomial distribution...
  16. A Bayesian Credibility Formula for IBNR Counts
    A formula for IBNR counts is derived as the credibility weighted average of three standard actuarial estimates: (formula can be found in paper) Here LDF denotes the age-to-ultimate development factor...
  17. A Bayesian Credibility Formula for IBNR Counts, [Discussion]
    If an indicator of a significant paper is that it opens the door for further research, Dr...
  18. A Beginner’s Guide to Interstate Compacts
    During the Spring 2004 NAIC meeting, it was announced that Colorado has become the first state to adopt the updated Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact developed by the NAIC...
  19. A Beginner's Guide To Event Studies
    William Wells provides readers with a non-technical beginner's guide to the event study methodology, which is often used to study the impact of regulation on the insurance industry...
  20. A Bootstrap Estimate of the Predictive Distribution of Outstanding Claims for the Schnieper Model
    This paper considers the bootstrapping approach for measuring reserve uncertainty when applying the model of Schnieper for reserves which separate Incurred But Not Reported (IBNR) and Incurred But Not Enough Reserved (IBNER) claims...
  21. A Business Model Approach to Measure Risks
    Enterprise risk managers should explicitly relate the firm’s business model to the risk supported by the economic capital...
  22. A Buyer's Guide for Options and Futures on a Catastrophe Index
    In the wake of the recent catastrophes, a new way of transferring insurance risk was born...
  23. A Buyer's Guide for Options on a Catastrophe Index
    In the wake of recent catastrophes, a new way of transferring insurance risk was born...
  24. A Cash Flow Model for Forecasting Underwriting Investment Income
    The investment income received by a property-casualty company can be a prime component in its pricing and decision to write some lines of business that generate underwriting losses...
  25. A Casualty Actuary's Guide to GASB Statement No. 10- Criteria for Development for Determining Applicability of GASB 10 to Alternative Risk Programs and Suggested Guidelines for Actuarial Implementation
    The Government Accounting Standards Board Statement No...

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