Our "Guest Lecturer Series" is a series of interactive WWW modules that focuses on topics in insurance and related areas. The goal of the series is to provide users everywhere with access to the lectures of recognized authorities. Examples of this series include:

Martingale Theory

Martingale Theory, featuring Hans U. Gerber. This module covers the Concepts of Martingale, Barrier Crossing, Ruin Theory, and Gambler's Ruin.

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Forecasting the Stock Market

Forecasting the Stock Market, featuring A. David Wilkie. Some of the topics covered in this module are the Wilkie Model, and historic trends in the underlying data.

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Advanced Risk Theory

Advanced Risk Theory, featuring F. Etienne De Vylder. This presentation will give you brief overview of F. Etienne De Vylder's "Advanced Risk Theory: A Self-Contained Introduction."

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Stochastic Modeling of Pension Schemes and Control of Risk

Stochastic Modeling of Pension Schemes and Control of Risk, featuring Steven Haberman. This presentation mainly focuses on the Defined Benefit Schemes. It also briefly overviews the general concept of the Pension Scheme and Defined Contribution Schemes.

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Mathematical Paradigms in Insurance and Finance

Mathematical Paradigms in Insurance and Finance, featuring Hans Bühlmann. In the module, you will learn about mathematical paradigms, probability theory, risk theory, and paradigms in insurance and finance.

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Social Security: The Great Debate

Social Security: The Great Debate, featuring Robert J. Myers and A. Haeworth Robertson. This module presents both Myers' and Robertson's views on the state of the Social Security system.

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