Kunreuther is the Cecilia Yen Koo Professor of Decision Sciences and
Policy at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and serves
as Co-Director of
the Wharton Risk Management and Decision Processes Center. He has a
interest in ways that society can better manage low probability-high
as it relates to technological and natural hazards and has published
extensively on the
Kunreuther is currently a member of the National Research Council (NRC)
Radioactive Waste Management, was a member of the NRC Board on Natural
Disasters and chaired the H. John Heinz III Center Panel on Risk, Vulnerability
True Costs of Coastal Hazards. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the Society
Analysis and received the Society's Distinguished Achievement Award
Kunreuther is the author with Paul Freeman of Managing Environmental
Insurance (1997) and co-editor (with Richard Roth, Sr.) of Paying the
Price: The Status
of Role of Insurance Against Natural Disasters in the United States
(1998) and co-editor
(with Steve Hoch) of Wharton on Making Decisions (2001). He is a recipient
of the Elizur
Wright Award for the publication that makes the most significant contribution
literature of insurance.
"Risk Analysis and Risk Management in an Uncertain World"
Nathan Novemsky, and Daniel Kahneman)
"Making Low Probabilities Useful." 2001. Journal of Risk and
P. Kleindorfer and P. Schoemaker)
Decision Sciences: An Integrative Perspective. New York:
Cambridge University Press, 1993.
"The Role of Compensation in Siting Hazardous Facilities"
Journal of Policy Analysts
and Management, September 1996.