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ACCEPTED SESSIONS

LIST OF ACCEPTED SESSIONS

1. Risk, risk management, and insurance in the slave trade business: Connecting Atlantic experiences.

Jesús Bohorquez (Instituto de Ciências Sociais – Universidade Lisboa).
Maximiliano Menz (Universidade Federal de São Paulo).

2. Alternative Risk Transfer and Insurance-Linked Securities.

Alexander Braun (University of St. Gallen).

3. Marine Insurance: Origins and Institutions.

Hannah Farber (Columbia University).
Chris Kingston (Amherst College).

4. Risk, governance and supervision in the long run.

Ben Gales (University of Groningen).

5. New Approaches to the History of Insurance Law. 

Phillip Hellwege (Universität Augsburg).

6. History (and the Future) of Microinsurance.

James Jones (Illinois State University).
Krzysztof Ostaszewski (Illinois State University).

7. Regulation and the impact of regulatory dynamics on insurance markets. 

Monica Keneley (Deakin University).
Grietjie Verhoef (University of Johannesburg).

8. Friendly Societies/Societies of Mutual Aid and health risk coverage.

Pilar León-Sanz (University of Navarra).

9. Global Cultures of Risk: Insurance in Non-Western Contexts (1870–1980)

Martin Lengwiler (University of Basel).
Robin Pearson (Hull University Business School).

10. The risk economy and the dimension of uncertainty: forms of sharing and investment opportunities in the modern and contemporary age. 

Amedeo Lepore (Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli).
Serena Potito (Università degli Studi di Napoli Parthenope).
Potito Quercia (Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro).

11. Insurance theory in historical analyses of risk mitigation. 

Magnus Lindmark (Umeå University).
Lars Fredrik Andersson (Umeå University).
Mike Adams (University of Bath).

12. Historical development of insurance markets in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe.

Jacek Lisowski (Poznań University of Economics and Business).
Piotr Manikowski (Poznań University of Economics and Business).
Ryszard Pukała (The Bronisław Markiewicz State Higher School of Technology and Economics).

13. Behaviour-based personalisation in contemporary insurance markets.

Gert Meyers (KU Leuven).
Ine Van Hoyweghen (KU Leuven).
Liz McFall (Open University).
Hugo Jeanningros (Université Paris-Sorbonne).

14. Climate, Race, and the Measurement of Risk in Expanding Life Insurance Markets.

Sharon Ann Murphy (Providence College).
Timothy Alborn (City University of New York).
Kathryn Olivarius (Stanford University).
THIS SESSION IS CLOSED FOR NEW PAPERS

15. Sustainability in the insurance sector. 

Filippo di Pietro (Universidad de Sevilla).
María Dolores Oliver-Alfonso (Universidad de Sevilla).
Antonio Trujillo-Ponce (Universidad Pablo de Olavide).

16. A tale of two globalisations: Multinationals and transnational companies in the Italian insurance market, 1870-1980. 

Giandomenico Piluso (University of Siena).

17. Natural Catastrophes and Risk Management in the United States. 

Eleonora Rohland (Universität Bielefeld).
Welf Werner (Universität Heidelberg).

18. Risk-spreading and risk-shifting: Insurance and General Average late medieval and early modern Europe. 

Guido Rossi (Edinburgh University).

19. Performance measurement in the insurance industry.

María Rubio-Misas (Universidad de Málaga).

20. The ‘Avería’ in the Carrera de Indias: an indicator of the maritime risk in the Atlantic trade (XVIth-XVIIth Centuries).

Sergio Sardone (Università degli Studi di Napoli “Federico II”).

21. Markets created, regulated and destroyed by the State: State action as a driver of private insurance enterprise 1850-1950.

Christofer Stadlin (Zurich Insurance Company).
Luca Froelicher (Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich).

22. Reinsurance, Insurance, Foreign Aid, and Economic Development.

Tobias Straumann (University of Zurich).
Niels Viggo Haueter (Swiss Re).

23. Public and private health insurance in historical perspective: between competition and complementarity.

Margarita Vilar Rodríguez (Universidade da Coruña)
Jerònia Pons Pons (Universidad de Sevilla).

 

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