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 December issue includes Best’s Review’s annual listing of top auditors and actuaries as well as rankings of U.S. surplus […]Read More
Denver Post 12/01/22- Colorado wildfires are making it harder to insure homes. Could a publicly funded plan stave off an insurance crisis?
Today’s Denver Post Front Page Sunday headline story featured a lengthy, in depth piece entitled “Will Insurance Companies Opt to […]Read More
The Wall Street Journal 10/07/22- In Hurricane Ian’s Wake, Insurers and Homeowners Gear Up for Coverage Fights
The Wall Street Journal posted an article about Hurricane Ian and its impact on Florida homeowners. The article touches on how legal […]Read More
Adjusted Podcast 9/5/22- The Impact of COVID on Workers Compensation and the Economy with Bob Hartwig
Adjusted is a podcast brought to you by Berkley Industrial Comp. They are committed to changing the workers’ compensation insurance […]Read More
Dr. Robert Hartwig co-authored a paper titled “It’s Not Just The Weather” discussing how the tragedies from Hurricane Andrew led […]Read More
Thirty years ago, the Category 5 storm, Hurricane Andrew, caused damage on a previously uncontemplated scale. The storm rendered 11 […]Read More
Dr. Robert Hartwig was featured on The Daily Gamecock discussing why South Carolina is the deadliest state for both drivers […]Read More
Dr. Robert Hartwig was featured on Nola.com discussing his viewpoint of Louisiana’s bailout program for failed insurers. Facing a huge […]Read More