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
Dr. Robert Hartwig gave a presentation during the NAMIC (National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies) Webinar Series that touches on […]Read More
Dr. Robert Hartwig spoke to the Royal Gazette about the COVID-19’s impact on U.S. insurance carriers. There has been a […]Read More
Professor Pat Wright was contacted by The Economist for his expertise in human resource management. In the early 1990s, HR […]Read More
Insurance Technology Association 3/24/2020: Electronic Chat with Robert Hartwig on COVID-19 and Insurance
The Insurance Technology Association spoke with Dr. Robert Hartwig about the insurance industry’s response to COVID-19 and its impact specifically […]Read More
NJ Advance Media 3/22/2020: Should car insurance cost less as drivers stay home because of coronavirus? Consumer groups say yes.
Dr. Robert Hartwig was quoted by NJ Advance Media on how car insurance will possibly be affected by the coronavirus. […]Read More
Claims Journal 3/19/2020: Consumer Groups Want Premium Offsets as Virus Shutdowns Reduce Miles Driven
Dr. Bob Hartwig was contacted by Claims Journal for his take on the coronavirus affecting automobile insurance. The directors of […]Read More
The Connected Insurance Podcast presented by Agency Revolution featured Dr. Robert Hartwig on a recent episode discussing COVID-19’s impact on […]Read More
Moore School professor Dr. Robert Hartwig discussed the possible impact of COVID-19 on life and health insurance. Dr. Hartwig states […]Read More