Working to Improve Decision-Making Under Uncertainty
The Risk and Uncertainty Management Center provides knowledge, frameworks, tools and experiences that lead to better decision-making in situations involving a wide variety of risks confronting organizations. In addition to gathering insights and sharing best practices and research with corporate partners, the center helps create opportunities for students to develop leading-edge skills in risk management and decision-making through real-world project assessment and strategy development that factor in both opportunity and risk using a range of analytical tools and methods.
Recent News Featuring USC RMI Faculty and Students
The state of South Carolina has one of the highest eviction rates in the country and over the past year […]Read More
The Standard 4/1/2022- Inflation Rooted in Supply Chain Issues, Exacerbated by Policy, Wages and War, Says Hartwig
Dr. Robert Hartwig gave a presentation to the Workers Compensation Research Institute in Boston, MA on March 16, 2022 on the […]Read More
Dr. Robert Hartwig was reached out to by NBC News on how the pullback of insurers from marine, aviation, energy […]Read More
S&P Global 1/26/2022- Insurtech fundraising may be more challenging in 2022 after record-setting 2021
Insurtech companies had a record setting year in 2021 in terms of fundraising and valuations. This may be difficult to […]Read More
CFO’s 2022 interest rate outlook highlighted multiple perspectives on the likely economic impacts of the Federal Reserve increasing interest rates. […]Read More
Politico 12/30/2021- California continues to face wildfire risks. Insurers think they have an answer.
California has a wildfire problem that is causing price and availability issues in the state’s property insurance markets. Insurers have […]Read More
A.M. Best 12/22/2021- Retiring Executive Chairman Tony Nicely ‘Made Geico What It Is Today,’ Industry Watchers Say
Read Dr. Robert Hartwig’s comments to A.M. Best on the 12/31/21 retirement of Geico’s Executive Chairman Tony Nicely here. Nicely […]Read More