Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • 03/2020: Ph.D. in Economics and Management (Doktor in Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Dr. rer. pol.), Ulm University, Institute of Insurance Science, Prof. Chen.
  • 07/2018: Master of Science in Mathematics and Management, Ulm University.
  • 08/2017: Master of Science in Mathematics, Illinois State University, IL, USA.
  • 08/2015: Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Management, Ulm University.

Employment

  • since 08/2022: Assistant Professor in Risk Management and Insurance, University of St. Gallen.
  • 10/2017 – 07/2022: Teaching Assistant at the Institute of Insurance Science, Ulm University.

Awards

  • 08/2022: St. John’s University’s Greenberg School of Risk Management’s Award for Best APJRI Paper together with An Chen for the joint paper “Bequest-embedded annuities and tontines”, Asia-Pacific Journal of Risk and Insurance, 16(1):1-46.
  • 11/2021: “Berliner Preis” in Insurance Science 2021 for doctoral thesis at Ulm University
  • 07/2021: UUG Prize (Promotionspreis der Ulmer Universitätsgesellschaften) for doctoral thesis at Ulm University
  • 06/2021: FPSB Germany Science Prize 2021 for doctoral thesis at Ulm University
  • 05/2021: ASTIN Bulletin PBSS Prize together with An Chen and Thorsten Sehner for the joint paper “On the optimal combination of annuities and tontines”, ASTIN Bulletin 50(1):95-129.
  • 2nd SCOR-Prize in Actuarial Science for Master thesis at Ulm University

Publications

Who chooses which retirement income? A CPT-based analysis
Review of Behavioral Economics, 2023
An Chen, Manuel Rach

Actuarial fairness and social welfare in mixed-cohort tontines
Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 2023
An Chen, Manuel Rach

Bequest-Embedded Annuities and Tontines
Asia-Pacific Journal of Risk and Insurance, 2022
An Chen, Manuel Rach

A Note on Financial Fairness in Tontines With Mixed Cohorts
SSRN Electronic Journal, 2022
An Chen, Manuel Rach

The tontine puzzle
SSRN Electronic Journal, 2022
An Chen, Manuel Rach

Fees in tontines
Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 2021
An Chen, Montserrat Guillen, Manuel Rach

Optimal retirement products under subjective mortality beliefs
Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 2021
An Chen, Peter Hieber, Manuel Rach