SCOR-TSE “Risk Markets & Value Creation” Chair - Activity Report
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Since 2008, the SCOR "Risk Markets and Value Creation" Chair has supported theoretical and applied research at TSE on regulation of insurance markets and risk management, combining methods from financial economics, industrial organization and econometrics. Read more
SCOR teams are in constant contact with TSE researchers. At regular intervals and mini mum once a year, a steering committee meeting allows researchers to present their re sults, and SCOR representatives to express their research needs. lt also determines the orientation of applied research to meet the needs of SCOR management.
The primary role of the TSE economists is to help SCOR understand how risk transforms and influences economic decision-making hence contributing to the long-term strategy of the enterprise.
The Chair has been renewed in 2020 and the relations between the Toulouse researchers and the SCOR teams have led to new research themes:
- Behavioural Economics
- Green Challenges for Long-term lnvestments
- Health Economies and Aging
- Linqun Liu, and Nicolas Treich, "Optimality of Winner-Take-AII Contests: The Role of Attitudes toward Risk", Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, October 2021.
- Helmuth Cremer, Justina Klimaviciute, and Pierre Pestieau, "A political economy of loose means-testing in targeted social programs", Economies Letters, vol. 202, n. 109810, May 2021.
- Helmuth Cremer, and Chiara Canta, "Opting out and topping up reconsidered: Infor mai care under uncertain altruism", Canadian Journal of Economies, Toronto, vol. 54, n. 1, pp. 259-283, February 2021.
- Helmuth Cremer, Jean-Marie Lozachmeur, and Kerstin Roeder, "Household bargaining, spouses'consumption patterns and the design of commodity taxes", Oxford Eco nomie Papers, vol. 73, n. 1, pp. 225-247, January 2021.
- Matthew Adler, Maddalena Ferranna, James K. Hammitt, and Nicolas Treich, "Fair lnnings? The Utilitarian and Prioritarian Value of Risk Reduction over a Whole Life time", Journal of Health Economies, vol. 75, n. 102412, January 2021.
- Marie-Louise Leroux, Pierre Pestieu, and Grégory Ponthière, "Fare Long-Term Care lnsurance", Social Choice and Welfare, vol. 57, n. 1, pp. 503-533, 2021.
- Workshop Presentations 28.01.2022
- Family Bargaining and the Gender Gap in Informal Care, Chiara Canta & Helmuth Cremer
- Gender Wage and Longevity Gaps and the Design of Retirement, Helmuth Cremer, Francesca Barigozzi & Jean-Marie Lozachmeur
- Long-term Care Choice in Equilibrium, Tatyana Koreshkova & Minjoon Lee
- Nursing Homes and Mortality in Europe, Xavier Flawinne, Mathieu Lefebvre, Sergio Perelman, Pierre Pestieau & Jerome Schoenmaeckers
- Optimal Demand for Medical and Long-Term Care, J. Schuenemann, H. Strulik & T. Trimborn
- The Economics of Long-Term Care, Pierre Pestieau
- Workshop Presentations 15.04.2022
- Behavioural Insurance Economics - An introduction, Nicolas Treich
- Evolution of Decision Making under Risk, Francesca De Petrillo
- Insurance and Portfolio Decisions - A Wealth Effect Puzzle, Olivier Armantier, Jerome Foncel & Nicolas Treich
- Insurance in the Household - Individual Risk, Household Risk and Intra-household Inequality, Hélène Couprie, Astrid Hopfensitz & Jiakun Zheng
- Robo-Advising for Small Investors, Milo Bianchi & Marie Brière
- State-Dependent Preferences and Probability Misperceptions in Long-Term Care Insurance, Philippe De Donder