Risk Management and Insurance Review

Risk Management and Insurance Review is a magazine focusing on Insurance

Articles from Vol. 12, No. 1, Spring

Do State Cost Control Policies Reduce Medicaid Prescription Drug Spending?
ABSTRACTWe present the first systematic analysis of state policies limiting prescription drug access under Medicaid during 1990-2004, documenting their impact on states' Medicaid prescription spending growth. We see substantial variation in the number...
Influential Articles, Journals, and Institutions in Risk Management and Insurance
ABSTRACTWe use a threshold citation approach to measure the influence of articles, journals, and institutions in risk management and insurance research. The three frequently cited articles in risk management and insurance research are "Increasing Risk:...
Insurance in the Courts (Formerly Recent Court Decisions)
NEW YORK EMBRACES CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES AS A REMEDY IN INSURANCE BAD FAITH CLAIMSBi-Economy Market, Inc. v. Harleysville Insurance Co. of New York, 10 N.Y.3d 187, 886 N.E.2d 187, 856 N.Y.S.2d 505, 2008 N.Y. LEXIS 278 (N.Y., Feb. 19, 2008) and Panasia...
Sustainability Risk Management
This article features a panel discussion on sustainability risk management organized by Dan R. Anderson for the American Risk and Insurance Association 2007 annual meeting. The moderator, Mr. Dan Anderson, is the Leslie P. Schulz Professor of Risk Management...
THE APPLICATION OF MONOLINE INSURANCE PRINCIPLES TO THE REREGULATION OF INVESTMENT BANKS AND THE GSEs
ABSTRACTThis article explores the benefits of reregulating the investment banks and government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs, namely, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac) by applying the monoline principle that has been long established in regulating insurers that...
The Health Economy and Health Insurance Research in the Jri
ABSTRACTCollege professors typically expend a considerable amount of time, energy, and effort on academic research. But only one study to date has demonstrated the societal benefit of such research by showing that the content of academic research responds...
The Perfect Storm: Hurricanes, Insurance, and Regulation
ABSTRACTThe intense hurricane seasons of 2004 and 2005 caused considerable instability in property insurance markets in coastal states with the greatest problems occurring in Florida and the Southeast. Insurers have substantially raised rates and decreased...
What I Learned as a Regulator
I have thought a great deal during the past year about this address, mostly trying to figure a way out of doing it. I once had an elected commissioner tell me that it was far more difficult to run for office among your peers (say, for office in the legislature)...