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S.S. Huebner Doctoral Colloquium: 2019 call for participation
The Huebner Doctoral Colloquium supports four outstanding Ph.D. candidates nationally and internationally with scholarship in the areas of risk and insurance. These doctoral candidates have the opportunity to present their research to four leading academics in the field, who provide detailed feedback to improve that research. The colloquium supports community-building by connecting beginning and advanced researchers, and prepares these students to apply for risk- and insurance-related faculty positions.
Call for Participation: 2019 colloquium
We invite Ph.D. students to apply to participate in the Huebner-ARIA Doctoral Colloquium. The colloquium gives Ph.D. students with research related to risk or insurance the opportunity to get feedback from leading scholars. The colloquium is organized by the Huebner Foundation and funded by the Huebner Foundation and the American Risk and Insurance Association (ARIA). Thanks to generous support from ARIA, the colloquium will increase the number of accepted doctoral students and will host two parallel colloquium sessions. The colloquium will be held on the afternoon of Sunday August 4, 2019 in San Francisco, in conjunction with the American Risk and Insurance Association Annual Meeting.
The 2019 Call for Participation is closed.
CEAr/Huebner summer institute
The CEAR/Huebner Summer Risk Institute exposes Ph.D. students and interested faculty in risk and uncertainty to relevant cutting-edge models, tools, and theory. Our audience is primarily comprised of faculty and Ph.D. students interested in the economics of risk who are located at colleges and universities that do not have access to specialized seminars and courses in these areas. Lectures are conducted by leading scholars in the fields of risk and uncertainty located at Georgia State University and elsewhere. The Huebner Foundation has supported the CEAR/Huebner Summer Institute for four years.
The 2019 CEAR/Huebner Summer Risk Institute
Date: July 25-27 2019
Location: Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
Robert T. Jensen (Yale University) - Robert Jensen is a professor of economics and director of the Program on Social Enterprise at the Yale School of Management. His research focuses on poverty and economic development, including topics such as gender, health, education, fertility and the role of markets and private enterprise in promoting economic development. He has conducted research projects in China, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Nepal and India. His research has been published in leading academic journals including the American Economic Review, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Review of Economic Studies and Review of Economics and Statistics, and has been profiled in media outlets including The Economist, Foreign Policy, the New York Times, Science and the Wall Street Journal.
Christopher B. Barrett (Cornell University) - Chris Barrett is Stephen B. and Janice G. Ashley Professor of Applied Economics and Management, and an international professor of agriculture at the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, as well as a professor in the Department of Economics, and a fellow of the David R. Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, all at Cornell University. He has won several university, national, and international awards for teaching, research and public outreach, and is an elected fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, and the African Association of Agricultural Economists.
Glenn Harrison (CEAR, Georgia State University) - Glenn Harrison is the C.V. Starr Chair of Risk Management & Insurance and Director of the Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk (CEAR), in the Department of Risk Management & Insurance, J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University. He has over 140 academic publications, including general journals such as Econometrica, American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, the Economic Journal, Journal of the American Statistical Association, and the American Journal of Public Health, and specialist journals such as Journal of Environmental Economics & Management, Land Economics, Natural Resources Journal, Journal of Law & Economics, Experimental Economics, and Economics & Philosophy. His research interests include risk and uncertainty, experimental economics, law and economics, international trade policy and environmental policy.