About the Conference
The Department of Risk Management and Insurance of the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University is pleased to host IME 2016. IME 2016 is the twentieth international congress on Insurance: Mathematics and Economics.
The Insurance: Mathematics and Economics congress series is one of the largest and most prominent meeting series in actuarial science. It brings together researchers and practitioners interested in the latest developments in actuarial science to exchange ideas and learn from each other. The first congress took place in Amsterdam in 1997. Since then the meetings have occurred in different locations around the globe. This is only the second time it is taking place in the United States (after State College in 2001) and the fourth time it is taking place in North America. We are excited about the opportunity to introduce you to our department and to Atlanta, an epicenter of business in the Southeast as well as the world. See you in July 2016!Program
Georgia State University Student Center
Submit a paper
All submissions pertaining to the areas of insurance, mathematics, and/or economics are welcome. We accept both abstracts and full papers.
The scientific committee will review your submission and let you know about its status as soon as possible.
Register to attend IME 2016
*The early bird rate ends May 1, 2016.
Please consider attending the 51st Actuarial Research Conference (ARC), co-hosted by the University of Minnesota and the University of St. Thomas, in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul right after the IME congress. ARC begins the day after the IME ends (IME sessions end at 2:30pm). There are many direct flights from the Atlanta to the Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport. From the airport in Minneapolis, you can take the light rail directly to the ARC conference venue and hotel, and make it there in time for the Welcome Reception on the evening of 7/27/16.