There are 2 open call for papers:

Emerging risks and liability insurance in the time of pandemics

We encourage you to submit contributions related to the following areas:

  • Functions, merits and challenges of liability insurance when dealing with pandemic situations
  • Trends in emerging risks and the implications for liability insurance
  • Employers’ liability, workers’ compensation and medical malpractice insurance in the time of pandemics
  • The use of new information technologies in liability insurance product development
  • Analysis of the need to adapt traditional liability insurance schemes to deal with artificial intelligence
  • Financial risks and liability insurance
  • The role of liability insurance in incentivising corporate investments in loss prevention to face emerging risks

Suggestions for other topics will be considered by the editors.All contributions will go through a peer review process. The guest editors for this special issue are Prof. Ina Ebert (Munich Re) and Prof. Michael Faure (University of Maastricht). Papers should be submitted electronically via the website of The Geneva Papers (https://www.editorialmanager.com/gpri/default.aspx) by 10 June 2022 at the latest.Articles should be no longer than 8,000 words. For further information on The Geneva Papers, visit http://www.palgrave-journals.com/gpp/.For further information on this special issue, please contact Hannah Dean at hannah_dean@genevaassociation.org.


Cyber Risks and Insurance

We encourage you to submit contributions related to the following areas:

  • Modelling, empirical analysis and management of cyber riskInnovative ways to manage cyber risk through insurance
  • The (economic) impacts of cyber risk on society and individuals
  • Cyber terrorism, cyber warfare and state-sponsored cyber activity
  • Insurability of cyber risk
  • Re/insurance markets and insurance products to cover cyber risk
  • The role of cyber insurance in incentivising corporate investments in loss prevention and resilience building
  • Regulatory demands and global macroprudential standards for cyber risk
  • Public-private partnerships to create cyber risk insurance pools
  • The maturity path of the cyber insurance market
  • Perceptions of cyber risk and cyber insurance
  • Data availability and cyber underwriting decisions
  • Model risk of cyber risk measurements

Suggestions for other topics will be considered by the editors.

All contributions will go through a peer review process. The guest editors for this special issue are Prof. M. Martin Boyer (Power Corporation of Canada Research Chair at HEC Montréal) and Prof. Martin Eling (University of St. Gallen). Papers should be submitted electronically via the website of The Geneva Papers (https://www.editorialmanager.com/gpri/default.aspx) by 8 April 2022 at the latest.

For further information on The Geneva Papers, visit http://www.palgrave-journals.com/gpp/.

For further information on this special issue, please contact Hannah Dean.