Michael R. Powers
Names
first:  Michael 
middle:  R. 
last:  Powers 
Contact
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homepage:  http://www.scienceofrisk.com/ 
Affiliations

Tsinghua University
→ School of Economics and Management
 website
 location: Beijing, China
Research profile
author of:

Of happy and hapless regulators: the asymptotics of ruin
by Powers, Michael R. & Venezian, Emilio C. & Juca, Iana B. 
On the tradeoff between the law of large numbers and oligopoly in insurance
by Powers, Michael R. & Shubik, Martin 
Toward a theory of reinsurance and retrocession
by Powers, Michael R. & Shubik, Martin 
A theory of risk, return and solvency
by Powers, Michael R. 
Market Bubbles and Wasteful Avoidance: Tax and Regulatory Constraints on Short Sales
by David M. Schizer & Michael R. Powers & Martin Shubik 
Market Bubbles and Wasteful Avoidance: Tax and Regulatory Constraints on Short Sales
by Michael R. Powers & David M. Schizer & Martin Shubik 
Insurance Market Games: Scale Effects and Public Policy
by Michael R. Powers & Martin Shubik & Shuntian Yao 
Toward a Theory of Reinsurance and Retrocession
by Michael R. Powers & Martin Shubik 
A Note on a "SquareRoot Rule" for Reinsurance
by Michael R. Powers & Martin Shubik 
The nature of randomness: Part 1 – Knowable or unknowable?
by Michael R. Powers 
Insurance market games: Scale effects and public policy
by Michael Powers & Martin Shubik & Shun Yao 
Rethinking risk and return: Part 1 – novel norms for nonnormality?
by Michael R. Powers 
Insurance regulation in America – playing out of its league
by Michael R. Powers 
Thoughts on the “scientific method”: part 1 – ignorance through inconsistency
by Michael R. Powers 
The nature of randomness: Part 2 – Cognitive constraints
by Michael R. Powers 
Rethinking risk and return: part 2 – some felicitous Fourier frequencies
by Michael R. Powers 
Adverse selection or advantageous selection? Risk and underwriting in China's healthinsurance market
by Gao, Feng & Powers, Michael R. & Wang, Jun 
Thoughts on the “scientific method”: part 2 – frequentist fecklessness
by Michael R. Powers 
Lanchester resurgent? The mathematics of terrorism risk
by Michael R. Powers 
Intuition and surprise
by Michael R. Powers 
The sequential sawyer – a tale of frequentist fright
by Michael R. Powers 
Sharing responsibility: what they didn't teach you in kindergarten
by Michael R. Powers 
The valuation of contingent capital with catastrophe risks
by Lin, ShihKuei & Chang, ChiaChien & Powers, Michael R. 
Combining information about … combining information
by Michael R. Powers 
Human mortality: written in the stars?
by Michael R. Powers 
Risk and Return Measures for a NonGaussian World
by Powers, Michael R. & Powers, Thomas Y. 
Life‐insurance Efficiency in China: A Comparison of Foreign and Domestic Firms
by Bingzheng Chen & Michael R. Powers & Joseph Qiu 
Captive Insurance Tax Policy: Resolving a Global Problem
by M. Moshe Porat & Michael R. Powers 
Constantsum sampling: an apology for statistics' “original sin”
by Michael R. Powers 
WHAT IS “INSURANCE”? LESSONS FROM THE CAPTIVE INSURANCE TAX CONTROVERSY
by M. Moshe Porat & Michael R. Powers 
EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION: AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE: THE “MODAL” PROPERTYLIABILITY LINE
by Michael R. Powers 
A riskbased risk finance paradigm
by Gao, Siwei & Powers, Michael R. & Chapman, Zaneta A. 
Insurance Premium Taxes: a LumpSum Proposal
by Michael R. Powers & Larry Y. Tzeng 
Infinitemean losses: insurance's “dread disease”
by Michael R. Powers 
Diversification, hedging, and “pacification”
by Michael R. Powers 
Insurance Risk, Risk Measures, and Capital Allocation: Navigating a Copernican Shift
by Michael R. Powers & George Zanjani 
Where ignorance is bliss: the “dark corner” of risk classification
by Michael R. Powers 
Uncertainty principles in risk finance
by Michael R. Powers 
Presbyter takes Knight
by Michael R. Powers 
Social Stability and Catastrophe Risk: Lessons From the Stag Hunt
by Michael R. Powers & Zhan Shen 
ParadoxProof Utility Functions for HeavyTailed Payoffs: Two Instructive TwoEnvelope Problems
by Michael R. Powers 
The Relationship Between Regulatory Pressure and Insurer Risk Taking
by WenChang Lin & YiHsun Lai & Michael R. Powers 
Expected Worth for 2 × 2 Matrix Games with Variable Grid Sizes
by Michael R. Powers & Martin Shubik 
Expected Worth for 2 × 2 Matrix Games with Variable Grid Sizes
by Michael R. Powers & Martin Shubik & Wen Wang 
Expected Worth for 2 × 2 Matrix Games with Variable Grid Sizes
by Michael R. Powers & Martin Shubik & Wen Wang
editor of:

AsiaPacific Journal of Risk and Insurance
edited by Michael R. Powers