SCOR-EGRIE Young Economist Best Paper Award
SCOR, the Institut d’Economie Industrielle (IDEI), and The University of Paris-Dauphine are happy to announce the creation of the SCOR/EGRIE Award for the best paper presented by a young economist at the annual seminar of the European Group of Risk and Insurance Economists (EGRIE).
The amount offered to the laureate of the award is 2,000 Euros. This award is organised under the supervision of the Chair “Risk Markets and Value creation” at IDEI and Dauphine University, sponsored by SCOR and the Fondation du Risque.
The selection committee is composed of five people representing the following institutions: EGRIE, SCOR, Fondation du Risque, Dauphine and IDEI.
To be eligible, the author and all the co-authors have to be under 40.
The Scientific Committee of the seminar nominates 3 papers among those selected for presentation at the conference.
Upon reception of the final version of the three nominated papers (no later than August 20), the selection committee will choose the award winning one.
The SCOR/EGRIE Award will be announced and given during an official ceremony at the EGRIE seminar.
|Year||Award Winner(s)||Title||Other Nominees|
|2017||Sebastian Ebert||Decision making when things are only a matter of time||
|2016||Maria Efthymiou and Andreas Milidonis||Does Limited Attention Affect Institutional Trading?||
|2015||Svenja Hector||Extending the Ramsey Equation further: Discounting under Mutually Utility Independent and Recursive Preferences||
|2014||Nadine Gatzert, Sebastian Pokutta and Nikolai Vogl||
Convergence of Capital and Insurance Markets: Consistent Pricing of Indexed-Linked Catastrophic Loss Instruments
|2013||Sebastian Ebert and Philipp Strack||Until the Bitter End: On Prospect Theory in a Dynamic Context||
|2012||Andreas Milidonis||Compensation Incentives of Credit Ratings Agencies and Predictability of Changes in Bond Ratings and Financial Strength Ratings||
|2011||Carole Bernard and Steven Vanduffel||Financial Bounds for Insurance Claims||
|2010||Sara Arvidsson||Does Private Information Affect the Insurance Risk? Evidence from the Automobile Insurance Market||
|2009||Julien Hardelin and Sabine Lemoyne de Forges||Price Competition and Capital Choice of Risk Averse Firms: Application to the Insurance Industry||
|2008||Joerg Schiller||Matching and Risk Classification in Insurance Markets with Intermediation||
SCOR-Geneva Risk and Insurance Review Best Paper Award
SCOR, the Institut d’Economie Industrielle (IDEI), and The University of Paris-Dauphine are happy to announce the creation of the SCOR/IDEI Award for the best paper of the year published in The Geneva Risk and insurance Review.
The amount offered to the laureate of the award is 1,000 Euros. This award is organised under the supervision of the Chair “Risk Markets and Value creation” at IDEI and Dauphine University, sponsored by SCOR and the Fondation du Risque.
The selection committee, composed of the editors and associate editors of the Geneva Risk and Insurance Review, will choose and reward the best paper published the previous year.
The SCOR/Geneva Risk and Insurance Review award will be announced during an official ceremony at the EGRIE seminar.
Michel M. Denuit, Louis Eeckhoudt, Liqun Liu and Jack Meyer
Tradeoffs for Downside Risk-Averse Decision-Makers and the Self-Protection Decision
Vickie Bajtelsmit and Paul Thistle
|Liability, Insurance and the Incentive to Obtain Information about Risk|
Georges Dionne and Casey Rothschild
|Economic Effects of Risk Classification Bans|
Pierre Picard and Jean Pinquet
|Optimal Risk Financing in Large Corporations through Insurance Captives|
|Risk Aversion, Downside Risk Aversion and Paying for Stochastic Improvements|
|On the Underestimation of the Precautionary Effect in Discounting|
|Incentive Effects of Community Rating in Insurance Markets: Evidence from Massachusetts Automobile Insurance|
John Quiggin and Robert G Chambers
|Bargaining Power and Efficiency in Insurance Contracts|
Keith Crocker and Arthur Snow
|Background Risk and the Performance of Insurance Markets under Adverse Selection|
Markus Glaser and Martin Weber
|Overconfidence and Trading Volume|