Current research projects are associated with ways that society can deal more effectively with problems of managing catastrophic risks. Also concerned with how insurance can be utilized to deal with natural hazards and environmental risk more effectively through a better understanding of the concepts of insurability and interdependent security.
Operations and Information Management Graduate Group; Psychology Graduate Group
Managing Large-Scale Risks in a New Era of Catastrophes (with Neil Doherty, Martin Grace, Robert Klein, Erwann Michel-Kerjan, Mark Pauly), The Wharton Risk Management Center’s report on Phase II of its study in conjunction with Georgia State University and the Insurance Information Institute, March, 2008. MIT Press (forthcoming).
(with R. Daniels and D. Kettl)
On Risk and Disaster: Lessons Learned from Hurricane Katrina. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press (2006).
(with N. Doherty, E. Goldsmith, S. Harrington, P. Kleindorfer, E. Michel-Kerjan, M. Pauly, I. Rosenthal, and P. Schmeidler)
TRIA and Beyond. Wharton Risk Center (2005).
Catastrophe Modeling: A New Approach to Managing Risk P. Grossi and C. Patel, eds., Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers (2005).
“Long-Term Insurance for Reducing Losses from Catastrophic Risks.” Social Research. 75:3 (Forthcoming). (with A. Muermann) “Self-protection and insurance with interdependencies,” Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, (2008) 36:103–123. (with G. Heal)
“Modeling Interdependent Risks” Risk Analysis, Vol. 27, No. 3, pp. 621-634, 2007.
(with E. Michel-Kerjan)
“Climate Change, Insurability, and Liability” University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Vol. 155, June 2007.
(with D. Krantz)
“Goals and Plans in Decision Making” Judgment and Decision Making, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 137-168, June 2007.
(with M. Pauly) “Rules Rather than Discretion: Lessons from Hurricane Katrina,” in Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, Vol. 33, No. 1-2, Sept 2006.