Before June 2005, formally "The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Theory"
THE GENEVA RISK AND INSURANCE REVIEW (GRIR) strives to publish high quality papers that advance our understanding of individual and firm behavior under uncertainty. The editors view the journal as an economics journal focused on risk and insurance (rather than the reverse). Although most of the papers published are theoretical, GRIR also publishes empirical and/or experimental research if it tests competing theories and thus expands our understanding of insurance economics. The journal is especially interested in new and innovative ideas. The topic area of `risk and insurance' is viewed rather broadly and the editors encourage papers from related disciplines.
THE GENEVA RISK AND INSURANCE REVIEW is sponsored by the Geneva Association, which has the foresight to recognize the long-run value of theoretical research.