Risk Economics® has partnerships and affiliations with various entities in the public and private sector and academia including the following:
Compass Lexecon (CL) is one of the world’s leading economic consulting firms, and provides law firms, corporations and government clients with clear analysis of complex issues. CL has been involved in a broad spectrum of matters related to economics and finance, providing critical insight in legal and regulatory proceedings, strategic decisions and public policy debates. CL’s experience and expertise apply to virtually any question of economics, in almost any context of the law or business. Compass Lexecon is a wholly owned subsidiary of FTI Consulting, Inc., a global business advisory firm.
The most recent Compass Lexecon newsletter highlights some of the activities of professionals at Risk Economics relating to its litigation, arbitration and regulatory consulting practice. The archive can be viewed for previous years’ highlights.
New York University’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences is a leading center for research and education in mathematics and computer science. Founded by Richard Courant in 1935, for over seventy-five years, Courant has contributed to U.S. and international science and engineering by promoting an integrated view of mathematics and computation. The research activities are broad, covering many areas of mathematics and computer science, as well as the application of these disciplines to problems in the biological, physical, and social sciences. The recently founded RiskEcon® Lab for Decision Metrics (sponsored by Risk Economics, Inc.) is an integral part of the newly established Computational Economics and Algorithmic Data Analytics cooperative (CEcADA), and both are housed at the Courant Institute. Courant is also the home of the Center for Atmosphere-Ocean Science at New York University.
The Journal of Risk Finance (JRF) provides a rigorous forum for the publication of theory and empirical work, by both academic and industry experts, related to the financing of risk in its various forms. With a long-standing focus on issues of market convergence, JRF is committed to research that addresses the creation of innovative products straddling the boundaries of financial engineering, traditional insurance/reinsurance, and alternative risk transfer, and the development of risk-financing mechanisms in economies throughout the world.