2005 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Fellow of the Financial Institutions Center (FIC)
Howard Kunreuther focuses on Actuarial science, Government, Microeconomics, Risk management and Casualty insurance. The study of Actuarial science is intertwined with the study of Prospect theory in a number of ways. His studies in Government integrate themes in fields like Risk financing, Natural disaster, Risk assessment and Natural hazard.
His work on Nash equilibrium, Supply and demand and Preference as part of general Microeconomics research is frequently linked to Perpetual inventory, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Private sector, Bureaucracy and Public administration in addition to Risk management. When carried out as part of a general Casualty insurance research project, his work on Property insurance is frequently linked to work in Offset, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His primary areas of investigation include Actuarial science, Risk management, Finance, Incentive and Insurance policy. His Actuarial science research incorporates elements of Natural disaster and Flood insurance. His Risk management study incorporates themes from Risk analysis and Risk assessment.
His study in Finance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Government and Terrorism. Howard Kunreuther combines subjects such as Public economics and Investment with his study of Incentive. The concepts of his Casualty insurance study are interwoven with issues in Insurance law, Business interruption insurance and Key person insurance.
Howard Kunreuther mainly focuses on Actuarial science, Flood insurance, Flood myth, National Flood Insurance Program and Incentive. His research integrates issues of Purchasing, Risk aversion and Expected utility hypothesis in his study of Actuarial science. Howard Kunreuther has included themes like Risk perception and Emergency management in his Flood insurance study.
His study on Flood myth also encompasses disciplines like
Howard Kunreuther mainly investigates Actuarial science, Flood myth, Flood insurance, National Flood Insurance Program and Insurance policy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Anticipation and Expected utility hypothesis. His Flood myth study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Flooding, Environmental resource management, Risk analysis, Vulnerability and Risk management.
His Risk management research incorporates themes from Variety, Private sector and Terrorism. His work carried out in the field of Flood insurance brings together such families of science as Response efficacy, Emergency management, Protection motivation theory, Flood hazard and Politics. His research on Insurance policy concerns the broader Finance.
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Framing, Probability Distortions, and Insurance Decisions
Eric J. Johnson;John Hershey;Jacqueline Meszaros;Howard Kunreuther.
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty (1993)
Disaster insurance protection: Public policy lessons
Decision Sciences: An Integrative Perspective
Paul R. Kleindorfer;Howard G. Kunreuther;Paul J. H. Schoemaker.
Mitigating Disaster Losses through Insurance
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty (1996)
Catastrophe Modeling: A New Approach to Managing Risk
Partricia Grossi;Howard Kunreuther.
Decision processes for low probability events: Policy implications
Colin F. Camerer;Howard Kunreuther.
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (1989)
SOURCES OF BIAS IN ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES FOR UTILITY FUNCTIONS
John C. Hershey;Howard C. Kunreuther;Paul J. H. Schoemaker.
Management Science (1982)
Disaster resilience: A national imperative
Susan L. Cutter;Joseph A. Ahearn;Bernard Amadei;Patrick Crawford.
At War with the Weather: Managing Large-Scale Risks in a New Era of Catastrophes
Howard C. Kunreuther;Erwann O. Michel-Kerjan.
Risk, ambiguity, and insurance
Robin M. Hogarth;Howard Kunreuther.
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty (1989)
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