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Journal of Risk & Insurance

2003 - 2022

Current editor(s): Joan T. Schmit

From The American Risk and Insurance Association
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Volume 89, issue 4, 2022

Why do insurers fail? A comparison of life and nonlife insurance companies from an international database pp. 871-905 Downloads
Olivier de Bandt and George Overton
Risk pooling and solvency regulation: A policyholder's perspective pp. 907-950 Downloads
Markus Huggenberger and Peter Albrecht
Do time preferences explain low health insurance take‐up? pp. 951-983 Downloads
Aurélien Baillon, Owen O'Donnell, Stella Quimbo and Kim van Wilgenburg
Wait your turn: Pension incentives, workplace rules, and labor supply among Philadelphia municipal workers pp. 985-1029 Downloads
David G. McCarthy and Po‐Lin Wang
Opaque liabilities, learning, and the cost of equity capital for insurers pp. 1031-1076 Downloads
Chia‐Chun Chiang, Hugh Hoikwang Kim and Greg Niehaus
Insurance demand experiments: Comparing crowdworking to the lab pp. 1077-1107 Downloads
Johannes G. Jaspersen, Marc A. Ragin and Justin R. Sydnor
Encouraging resiliency through autoenrollment in supplemental flood insurance coverage pp. 1109-1137 Downloads
Lynn Conell‐Price, Carolyn Kousky and Howard Kunreuther
On the cost‐of‐capital rate under incomplete market valuation pp. 1139-1158 Downloads
Hansjörg Albrecher, Karl‐Theodor Eisele, Mogens Steffensen and Mario V. Wüthrich

Volume 89, issue 3, 2022

Race discrimination in the adjudication of claims: Evidence from earthquake insurance pp. 553-580 Downloads
Xiao Lin, Mark J. Browne and Annette Hofmann
New evidence of moral hazard: Environmental liability insurance and firms' environmental performance pp. 581-613 Downloads
Shiyi Chen, Xiaoxiao Ding, Pingyi Lou and Hong Song
Risk‐sharing rules and their properties, with applications to peer‐to‐peer insurance pp. 615-667 Downloads
Michel Denuit, Jan Dhaene and Christian Y. Robert
Driving while unauthorized: Auto insurance remains unchanged when providing driver licenses to unauthorized immigrants in California pp. 669-696 Downloads
Hans Lueders and Micah Mumper
Reducing informational asymmetry impacts choices and improves safety: An evaluation of automobile crash tests pp. 697-723 Downloads
Damien Sheehan‐Connor
Cyber risk management in the US banking and insurance industry: A textual and empirical analysis of determinants and value pp. 725-763 Downloads
Nadine Gatzert and Madeline Schubert
Next generation models for portfolio risk management: An approach using financial big data pp. 765-787 Downloads
Kwangmin Jung, Donggyu Kim and Seunghyeon Yu
Medicaid expansion, tort reforms, and medical liability costs pp. 789-821 Downloads
Jingshu Luo, Hua Chen and Martin Grace
Flexible insurance for long‐term care: A study of stated preferences pp. 823-858 Downloads
Shang Wu, Hazel Bateman, Ralph Stevens and Susan Thorp

Volume 89, issue 2, 2022

Insuring large stakes: A normative and descriptive analysis of households' flood insurance coverage pp. 273-310 Downloads
Benjamin L. Collier, Daniel Schwartz, Howard C. Kunreuther and Erwann O. Michel‐Kerjan
Framing and insurance choices pp. 311-337 Downloads
Anastasia Burkovskaya, Adam Teperski and Kadir Atalay
It's RILA time: An introduction to registered index‐linked annuities pp. 339-369 Downloads
Thorsten Moenig
Value of life and annuity demand pp. 371-396 Downloads
Svetlana Pashchenko and Ponpoje Porapakkarm
The rising interconnectedness of the insurance sector pp. 397-425 Downloads
Tristan Jourde
Technology heterogeneity and market structure pp. 427-448 Downloads
Martin Eling, Ruo Jia, Jieyu Lin and Casey Rothschild
Asymmetric information and insurance cycles pp. 449-474 Downloads
David L. Dicks and James R. Garven
Multistate health transition modeling using neural networks pp. 475-504 Downloads
Qiqi Wang, Katja Hanewald and Xiaojun Wang
The effect of accounting for income tax uncertainty on tax‐deductible loss accruals for private insurers pp. 505-544 Downloads
Jiang Cheng, Travis Chow, Tzu‐Ting Lin and Jeffrey Ng

Volume 89, issue 1, 2022

Incentive and welfare effects of correlated returns pp. 5-34 Downloads
Christophe Courbage, Richard Peter and Béatrice Rey
Ignorance illusion in decisions under risk: The impact of perceived expertise on probability weighting pp. 35-62 Downloads
Maren Baars and Michael Goedde‐Menke
Predicting insurance demand from risk attitudes pp. 63-96 Downloads
Johannes G. Jaspersen, Marc A. Ragin and Justin R. Sydnor
Comparative risk aversion in two periods: An application to self‐insurance and self‐protection pp. 97-130 Downloads
Tobias Huber
Information asymmetry, ex ante moral hazard, and uninsurable risk in liability coverage: Evidence from China's automobile insurance market pp. 131-160 Downloads
Hao Zheng, Yi Yao, Yinglu Deng and Feng Gao
The risk protection and redistribution effects of long‐term care co‐payments pp. 161-186 Downloads
Bram Wouterse, Arjen Hussem and Albert Wong
Family changes and the willingness to take risks pp. 187-209 Downloads
Mark J. Browne, Verena Jäger, Andreas Richter and Petra Steinorth
How best to annuitize defined contribution assets? pp. 211-235 Downloads
Alicia H. Munnell, Gal Wettstein and Wenliang Hou
The information content of the Solvency II ratio relative to earnings pp. 237-266 Downloads
Sanan Mukhtarov, Martijn Schoute and Jacco L. Wielhouwer

Volume 88, issue 4, 2021

Insurance economics and COVID‐19 pp. 825-829 Downloads
Christian Gollier
Did COVID‐19 change life insurance offerings? pp. 831-861 Downloads
Timothy F. Harris, Aaron Yelowitz and Charles Courtemanche
Insurability of pandemic risks pp. 863-902 Downloads
Helmut Gründl, Danjela Guxha, Anastasia Kartasheva and Hato Schmeiser
Effects of COVID‐19 early release of pension funds: The case of Chile pp. 903-936 Downloads
Miguel Lorca
Why do life insurance policyholders lapse? The roles of income, health, and bequest motive shocks pp. 937-970 Downloads
Hanming Fang and Edward Kung
Estimating extreme cancellation rates in life insurance pp. 971-1000 Downloads
Francesca Biagini, Tobias Huber, Johannes G. Jaspersen and Andrea Mazzon
Adverse retention: Strategic renewal of guaranteed renewable term life insurance policies pp. 1001-1022 Downloads
Gene C. Lai, Hisashi Nakamura, Shinichi Yamamoto and Takau Yoneyama
Efficient valuation of variable annuity portfolios with dynamic programming pp. 1023-1055 Downloads
Thorsten Moenig
High‐water mark fee structure in variable annuities pp. 1057-1094 Downloads
David Landriault, Bin Li, Dongchen Li and Yumin Wang

Volume 88, issue 3, 2021

Symposium on insure‐tech, digitalization, and big‐data techniques in risk management and insurance pp. 525-528 Downloads
Daniel Bauer, James Tyler Leverty, Joan Schmit and Justin Sydnor
Estimating the relation between digitalization and the market value of insurers pp. 529-567 Downloads
Simon Fritzsch, Philipp Scharner and Gregor Weiß
Near‐miss telematics in motor insurance pp. 569-589 Downloads
Montserrat Guillen, Jens Perch Nielsen and Ana M. Pérez‐Marín
Insurance fraud detection with unsupervised deep learning pp. 591-624 Downloads
Chamal Gomes, Zhuo Jin and Hailiang Yang
Robust estimates of insurance misrepresentation through kernel quantile regression mixtures pp. 625-663 Downloads
Hong Li, Qifan Song and Jianxi Su
Opening up the black box: Technological transparency and prevention pp. 665-693 Downloads
Lu Li
Should we do more when we know less? The effect of technology risk on optimal effort pp. 695-725 Downloads
Lu Li and Richard Peter
Paying for expertise: The effect of experience on insurance demand pp. 727-756 Downloads
Vaibhav Anand, James Tyler Leverty and Kenny Wunder
Targeting weather insurance markets pp. 757-784 Downloads
Anita Mukherjee, Shawn Cole and Jeremy Tobacman
Seasonality in catastrophe bonds and market‐implied catastrophe arrival frequencies pp. 785-818 Downloads
Markus Herrmann and Martin Hibbeln

Volume 88, issue 2, 2021

Trust in insurance: The importance of experiences pp. 263-291 Downloads
Christophe Courbage and Christina Nicolas
Can insurance alter poverty dynamics and reduce the cost of social protection in developing countries? pp. 293-324 Downloads
Sarah Janzen, Michael R. Carter and Munenobu Ikegami
The efficiency of voluntary risk classification in insurance markets pp. 325-350 Downloads
Keith J. Crocker and Nan Zhu
Insurer risk and performance before, during, and after the 2008 financial crisis: The role of monitoring institutional ownership pp. 351-380 Downloads
Yu‐Luen Ma and Yayuan Ren
80 will be the new 70: Old‐age mortality postponement in the United States and its likely effect on the finances of the OASI program pp. 381-412 Downloads
David McCarthy
Did Marketplace coverage really offer financial protection? Financial gains from the Affordable Care Act's private insurance policies among the previously uninsured pp. 413-427 Downloads
Naomi Zewde
Does having insurance change individuals' self‐confidence? pp. 429-442 Downloads
Raphael Guber, Martin Kocher and Joachim Winter
Wishart‐gamma random effects models with applications to nonlife insurance pp. 443-481 Downloads
Michel Denuit and Yang Lu
An examination of life insurance policy surrender and loan activity pp. 483-516 Downloads
Cassandra R. Cole and Stephen G. Fier

Volume 88, issue 1, 2021

Optimal social security claiming behavior under lump sum incentives: Theory and evidence pp. 5-27 Downloads
Raimond Maurer, Olivia Mitchell, Ralph Rogalla and Tatjana Schimetschek
Medicaid coverage expansions and liability insurance pp. 29-51 Downloads
Paul Heaton and Caleb Flint
Medicaid and long‐term care: The effects of penalizing strategic asset transfers pp. 53-77 Downloads
Junhao Liu and Anita Mukherjee
Annuitization and aggregate mortality risk pp. 79-99 Downloads
Torben M. Andersen and Marias H. Gestsson
Optimal annuitization with imperfect information about insolvency risk pp. 101-130 Downloads
Hui Li, Seth Neumuller and Casey Rothschild
Guaranteed renewable life insurance under demand uncertainty pp. 131-159 Downloads
Michael Hoy, Afrasiab Mirza and Asha Sadanand
The effect of information disclosure on demand for high‐load insurance pp. 161-193 Downloads
Marc A. Ragin, Benjamin Collier and Johannes G. Jaspersen
Stochastic loss reserving: A new perspective from a Dirichlet model pp. 195-230 Downloads
Karthik Sriram and Peng Shi
Simultaneous borrowing of information across space and time for pricing insurance contracts: An application to rating crop insurance policies pp. 231-257 Downloads
Yong Liu and Alan P. Ker
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