Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Genetics and Insurance Research Centre (GIRC) was set up in 1999. The development of human genetics and genetic testing has enormous implications, not only for medicine, but also for the way in which health care, long-term care and all kinds of insurance are funded, and it is essential that these outcomes are researched at a time when major policy decisions are being considered by governments all over the world. GIRC's remit is to develop mathematical and actuarial models to estimate the costs of genetic knowledge to individuals, to insurers and to service providers.

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Missing Covariates Mathematics
Hierarchical Model Mathematics
Mortality Mathematics
Covariates Mathematics
Missing Data Mathematics
Insurance Business & Economics
Adverse selection Business & Economics
Risk classification Business & Economics

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Research Output 2007 2020

Missing Covariates
Hierarchical Model
Mortality
Covariates
Missing Data

Insurance loss coverage and social welfare

Hao, M., Macdonald, A. S., Tapadar, P. & Thomas, R. G., 7 Feb 2019, In : Scandinavian Actuarial Journal. 2019, 2, p. 113-128 16 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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Risk classification
Insurance
Social welfare
Adverse selection
Ranking

Survival analysis of pension scheme mortality when data are missing

Ungolo, F., Christiansen, M. C., Kleinow, T. & Macdonald, A. S., 3 Jul 2019, In : Scandinavian Actuarial Journal. 2019, 6, p. 523-547 25 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle