Succès pour la première Conférence des Chaires « Chairs’Days » !

Les Chaires et Initiatives de Recherche ACTINFO, ACTUARIAT DURABLE, DAMI et PREVENT’HORIZON, toutes 4 sous l’égide de la Fondation du Risque, Institut Louis Bachelier, ont organisé la première rencontre « Chairs’Days » dans l’auditorium de la FFA, les 11 et 12 juin 2018 :

2 journées au cours desquelles 12 conférenciers invités se sont succédé pour présenter les avancées dans leurs domaines de recherche sur les thématiques Assurance, Actuariat, Données et Modèles.

135 personnes ont pris part à la conférence, parmi lesquels 68% de professionnels issus du monde de l’assurance et 32% d’académiques, chercheurs et doctorants.

En fin de première journée, 15 doctorants ont présenté leurs papiers à l’occasion d’une « Poster Session ».
Nous remercions la Fédération Française de l’Assurance pour son accueil et la mise à disposition de ses locaux.

A high success for the first Conference “Chairs’ Days” !

The Chairs and the Research Initiative of the « Fondation du Risque » : ACTINFO, SUSTAINABLE ACTUARIAL SCIENCE, DAMI and PREVENT’HORIZON, organized a first joint conference  « Chairs’ Days » in the auditorium of the FFA, on June 11th and 12th 2018:
2 days during which 12 guest speakers presented new results in their research fields on Insurance, Actuarial science, Data and Models.
135 persons attended the conference, among whom 68% of professionals from the insurance industry and 32% of academics, researchers and doctoral students.
At the end of the first day, 15 PhD students presented their papers during a « Poster Session ».
We thank the Fédération Française de l’Assurance (French Federation of Insurance) for its hospitality.

Find below links to presentations and posters

Talks :
Katrien ANTONIO – Data Driven Strategies for the Construction of Insurance Tariff Classes
Alexandre BOUMEZOUED – Individual Claims Reserving: What’s New, What’s Not?
Alfred GALICHON – Optimal Transport Tools for Economics, Finance and Data Science
Pierre-Yves GEOFFARD – Intertemporal Moral Hazard in Car Insurance
Meglena JELEVA – Prevention and Risk Perception: Theory and Experiments
Julie JOSSE – Imputation of Mixed Data with Multilevel Singular Value Decomposition
Florence JUSOT – Employer-Mandated Complementary Health Insurance in France: the Likely Effect on Social Welfare
Michael LUDKOVSKI – Gaussian Process Models for Mortality Rates and Improvement Factors
François PANNEQUIN – Insurance, Prevention and Risk Attitudes: Experimental Analyzes
Florian PELGRIN – Valuing Life as an Asset, as a Statistic and at Gunpoint
Dylan POSSAMAÏ – An Introduction to Moral Hazard in Continuous Time and Applications
Julien TRUFIN – Multivariate Modelling of Household Claim Frequencies in Motor Third-Party Liability Insurance

Posters :
Maximilien BAUDRY – Non-Parametric Individual Claim Reserving
Enora BELZ – Aggregate Data and Compositional Variables
Sarah BENSALEM – Optimal Individual Prevention Effort
Steve BRIAND – Time Inconsistency and Delayed Retirement Decision : The French Pension Bonus
Frank CHENG – Stochastic Deflator for an Economic Scenario Generator with Five Factors
My DAM – Optimal Insurance under Smooth Ambiguity
Gilles GABA – Cliometrical Analysis of Economic, Demographic and Anthropological Transitions
Ewen GALLIC – 19th Century French Demography From Collaborative Genealogy Data
Romain GAUCHON – How can an Insurer use Nudge to Increase the Participation in a Prevention Program ?
Arthur MAILLART – Identifying Influential Points to Explain Predictions
Doriane MIGNON – Is Health Insurance Demand Related to Individuals Health Preference ?
Claire MOUMINOUX – Obfuscation and Honesty: Experimental Evidence on Insurance Demand with Multiple Distribution Channels
Anani OLYMPIO – Applications de l’Analytics en Gestion des Risques
Morgane PLANTIER – The Determinants of Prevention and Health Decisions: Role of Insurance and Behavioral Biases
Thibault RICHARD – The Mental Accounting And Insurance Decision