Insurance Initiative Research
The Chicago Fed Insurance Initiative aims to understand the role of the insurance industry in the overall economy, with an emphasis on the industry’s role in the financial sector. We feel that deeper knowledge of the insurance industry will have payoffs for both policy and research.
Chicago Fed Letter
How Much Risk Do Variable Annuity Guarantees Pose to Life Insurers?
Alejandro H. Drexler , Thanases Plestis , Richard J. Rosen
2017, No. 384
Rules and Discretion in Life Insurance Regulation
Alejandro H. Drexler Zain Mohey-Deen and Richard J. Rosen
2017, No. 373
Do Insurers in Catastrophe-Prone Regions Buy Enough Reinsurance?
Florentine M. Eloundou Nekoul and Alejandro H. Drexler
2016, No. 360
How Do Property and Casualty Insurers Manage Risk? The Role of Reinsurance
2015, No. 334
Understanding the Relationship between Life Insurers and the Federal Home Loan Banks
Kyal Berends, Robert McMenamin, Anna Paulson and Richard J. Rosen
2014, No. 318
What Do U.S. Life Insurers Invest in?
Robert McMenamin, Anna Paulson, Thanases Plestis and Richard J. Rosen
2013, No. 309
How Liquid Are U.S. Life Insurance Liabilities?
Robert McMenamin, Zain Mohey-Deen, Anna Paulson and Richard J. Rosen
2012, No. 302
What Explains the Decline in Life Insurance Ownership?
Daniel Hartley, Anna Paulson and Katerina Powers
2017, Vol. 41, No. 8
Derivatives and Collateral at U.S. Life Insurers
Kyal Berends and Thomas King
2015, First Quarter
The Sensitivity of Life Insurance Firms to Interest Rate Changes
Kyal Berends, Robert McMenamin, Thanases Plestis and Richard J. Rosen
2013, Second Quarter
The Life Insurance Industry and Systemic Risk: A Bond Market Perspective
Anna Paulson and Richard J. Rosen
2016, No. 2016-04
Measuring Interest Rate Risk in the Life Insurance Sector: The U.S. and the U.K.
Daniel Hartley, Anna Paulson and Richard J. Rosen
2016, No. 2016-02
AIG in Hindsight
Robert McDonald ,Anna Paulson
2014, No. 2014-07