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
Insurance Journal 3/19/2021- “Why Its Bid for The Hartford Is a Personal Lines ‘Chess’ Move by Chubb”
Chubb made an unsolicited $23.2 billion bid for The Hartford. As Dr. Robert Hartwig points out, there are commercial lines […]Read More
The National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) podcast invited Dr. Robert Hartwig to share how COVID-19 has impacted the […]Read More
Darla Moore School of Business Website 12/21/2020- Risk management and insurance program named the fourth largest in U.S.
The Moore School of Business’ RMI program was named the fourth largest risk management and insurance school in the U.S. […]Read More
The Post and Courier 12/14/2020- US health care costs are trending down in 2020, but that’s not necessarily a good thing
Health care spending appears to be about 2 percent lower this year than last, which is the first decrease in […]Read More
The Wall Street Journal 12/11/2020- MetLife to Sell Car and Home Insurance Unit to Zurich for Nearly $4 Billion
Zurich Insurance is acquiring MetLife’s car and home insurance business for $3.94 billion. This deal represents the big push by […]Read More
The Business Insurance magazine just released their “2020 Risk Management and Insurance Schools Rankings and Directory.” The Risk Management and […]Read More
The Wall Street Journal 11/19/2020- Car Insurers Struggle to Track Driving Behavior. GM May Have a Better Way to Do It.
Dr. Robert Hartwig was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article about the partnership between General Motors and American Family […]Read More