This award was initiated in 2010. It is made to the author of a paper published two years earlier in either the actuarial journal Variance published by the Casualty Actuarial Society or in the North American Actuarial Journal published by the Society of Actuaries and which provides the most valuable contribution risk management and insurance. The award winner will be determined by a committee with the Chairperson of the Brockett-Shapiro Actuarial Journal Award being selected by ARIA’s President.
|2018||Ian Duncan, University of California, Santa Barbara, Jessica Loginov, Blue Cross Blue Shield of California, Michael Ludkovski, University of California, Santa Barbara, “Testing Alternative Regression Frameworks for Predictive Modeling of Health Care Costs” North American Actuarial Journal, 20:1, 65-87, 2016|
|2017||Joelle H. Fong, Nanyang Business School, Adam W. Shao, CEPAR UNSW, Michael Sherris, University of New South Wales, “Multistate Actuarial Models of Functional Disability” North American Actuarial Journal, 19:1, 41-49, 2015|
|2016||Robert J. Erhardt, Wake Forest University, Richard L. Smith, University of North Carolina, " Weather Derivative Risk Measures for Extreme Events," North American Actuarial Journal, 18:3, 379-393|
|2015||Martin Boyer, HEC Montreal, Charles Nyce, Florida State University, "An Industrial Organization Theory of Risk Sharing," North American Actuarial Journal, Vol. 17, Issue 4, 2013|
|2014||Yijia Lin, PhD, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, Min-Ming Wen, California State University, Los Angeles, CA, Jifeng Yu, PhD, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV, “Enterprise Risk Management: Strategic Antecedents, Risk Integration, and Performance,” North American Actuarial Journal, Volume 16, Number 1, 2012|
|2013||Stephen D’Arcy, "Capital Allocation in the Property-Liability Insurance Industry" Variance 5:2, 2011, pp. 141 -157|
|2012||Linda L. Golden, Charles C. Yang, and Hong Zou “The Effectiveness of Using a Basis Hedging Strategy to Mitigate the financial consequences of Weather-related Risks,” North American Actuarial Journal 2010, Volume 14, Number 2, 157-175.|