USC’s Center for Risk & Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events partners with the Rand Corp. and the Wharton School of Business to present the “National Symposium on the Future of Terrorism Risk Insurance” June 20 at Town and Gown.
The symposium will bring together many of the nation’s leading experts to discuss the relationship between terrorism risk, insurance, national security and public policy.
Top researchers, corporate leaders and policymakers will frame and analyze the ongoing policy debates related to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, terrorism risk management and insurance.
The conference is intended for policy makers from all levels of government, as well as leaders from the public and private sector.
Assistant Secretary of Treasury Mark Warshawsky will deliver the keynote address.
Topics include: The Terrorism Threat: Insuring for the Future; The Economics of Terrorism Insurance; National Security and Terrorism Insurance; and Can Insurance Cover Weapons of Mass Destruction?
For more information, visit www.usc.edu/create.