CAS E-Forum, Winter 2020
Featuring four Essays on Communications to Senior Management and four Independent Research Papers
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Committee on Theory of Risk Call for Essays on Communications to Senior Management
Communication of Technical Results to Senior Management: The Art of Storytelling Jonathan Charak, FCAS, MAAA, CPL
Communicating in Crisis Situations Rick Gorvett, FCAS, CERA, MAAA, FRM, ARM, Ph.D.; Chris Morse, Ph.D.; and Julie Volkman, Ph.D.
Setting the Scene for Communicating Technical Results to Senior Management Christopher Smerald, FCAS, FIA, MAAA
How to Present Technical Results to Managers without Either Side Feeling Stupid Jim Weiss, FCAS, MAAA, CSPA, CPCU
A by Layer Approach Algorithm for Computing Increased Limits Factors -- with Adjustments for Varying Policy Limits and Other Common Concerns Joseph A. Boor, FCAS, CERA, Ph.D.
An Actuarial Approach to Behavioral Ratemaking: How Fair Rates Will Encourage Safer (and Slower) Driving Michael C. Dubin, FCAS, FSA, MAAA, FCA
Applying Maximum Entropy Distributions To Determine Actuarial Models Jonathan Evans, FCAS, FSA, FCA, CERA, MAAA, WCP
Bayesian Regularization for Class Rates Gary G. Venter, FCAS, ASA, CERA
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