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Everett Curtis Huntington Prize

The Everett Curtis Huntington Prize was established by Curtis E. Huntington to honor his father, Everett Curtis Huntington, FSA, an actuary at State Mutual Life Assurance Company of America from 1938 until his death in 1971.

The original intent of this prize was to attract research papers in exchange for exam credits, but due to examination system changes effective January 1, 2000, the prize was discontinued.

Everett Curtis Huntington Prize Honorees


Year Author(s) Title/Reference
2000 Hsiu-An Lin,
Ph.D., ASA
"A Co-Integrated Multivariate Time Series Model for the Economic Assumptions of the OASDI Trust Funds," ARCH 2000.2, pp. 349-399
1999 Dorothy L. Andrews,
"Simplified Cash Flow Testing of Traditional Participating Whole
Life Insurance" ARCH 1996.2, pp. 65-178
1995 Gary Parker,
Ph.D., ASA
"Stochastic Analysis of the Interaction between Investment and Insurance Risks" ARCH 1995.2, pp. 179-224
1992 Gordon E. Willmot,
"A Queuing Theoretic Approach to Analysis of the Claims Payment Process," TSA XLII (1990), pp. 447-497
1992 B. John Manistre,
Honorable Mention
"Some Simple Models of Investment Risk," ARCH 1990.2, pp. 101-177