Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Computer models all over the world – some of which run as many as many as 700 trillion calculations per second – are consistently turning up highly similar predictions of Jonas’ course.
Closing select schools or even just certain classrooms might limit social costs while slowing down spread of the disease more effectively than a nationwide shutdown.
Maybe El Niño isn’t as bad as its reputation.
Japan’s experience makes it an interesting example to learn from in the area of aged care.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
With institutional investors coming to accept insurance risks as an asset class and industry players willing to partner with these investors, there is a classic marker for a tipping point.
Governments around the world are underestimating the costs of disasters, particularly smaller ones triggered by weather and climate extremes.
New York insurer reports weaker investment income as low interest rates eat into bond portfolio.
Aviva Chief Executive Officer Mark Wilson, who joined in 2013 to turn around the insurer, has been reshaping the company through deals.
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