2018 Risk Theory Society Annual Seminar
April 20, 2018 – April 22, 2018
GSU - Buckhead Campus
Georgia State University
The Risk Theory Society is a group of economists, financial economists, and actuaries who undertake theoretical and applied research in the areas of insurance economics, financial economics related to insurance markets, actuarial science, and more generally in the economic analysis of risk and uncertainty. Membership in the society is earned by presenting a paper at the annual seminar and forfeited by missing two consecutive meetings.
The society invites interested parties to submit papers for the 2018 meeting. Each paper accepted for the meeting is given one hour and fifteen minutes for presentation and defense by the authors. The first twenty minutes of that time are reserved to be free of interruption other than for questions of clarification. After the grace period, discussion is typically vigorous.
Over the past 10 years, the number of submissions ranged from 42 to 69 with an average of 50. Ten papers were selected each year. Although we accept submission of a five-page abstract, most submissions and most accepted papers were in full draft or essentially completed form.
Registration, Hotels, and local logistics
Note that registration is only open to current RTS members, invited presenters, and GSU affiliated faculty and GSU PhD students; no exceptions for this limited event. Registration can be completed below. CEAR has made arrangements with the DoubleTree by Hilton Atlanta - Buckhead for a group rate of $139/night. This rate can be accessed at the following link:
If you are wanting to make reservations without this promotional rate, or at a different hotel, we suggest the DoubleTree by Hilton Atlanta - Buckhead or the Courtyard Atlanta Buckhead. Both are within a 2 minute walk of the GSU Buckhead Campus where the event will take place.
For more information, contact Ty Leverty at [email protected] or visit the Risk Theory web site at http://aria.org/rts. For details regarding local arrangements for the 2018 Seminar, please visit the web site or contact Professor Stephen Shore at [email protected].