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Resilience Issue 6: Data Vision
May 20, 2015 | read more ›

CEDIM Forensic Disaster Analysis Group on Nepal Earthquake
Apr 28, 2015 | read more ›

Natural Resources Market Review April 2015
Apr 01, 2015 | read more ›


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About WRN

As economic, social and environmental uncertainties increase, institutions and populations seek greater resilience to support sustainable growth. Science and insurance lay at the heart of understanding, managing and sharing these risks, building more secure futures at local and global scales.

The Willis Research Network (WRN) operates across the full spectrum of risk from natural catastrophe, to legal liability, financial and security issues linked across driving themes: Resilience, Security & Sustainable Growth; Managing Extremes; Insurance & Risk Management and Mastering the Modelled World.

All Members and activities are united by a common aim: improving resilience by integrating first class science into operational and financial decision-making across public and private institutions.

Latest News

Hurricane Katrina - What have we learnt?
May 20, 2015 | read more ›

Exploring European Extremes
May 18, 2015 | read more ›

Earthquake and Underinsurance: Twin Scourges of Nepal
May 06, 2015 | read more ›

Catastrophe Model Developer position opening
May 05, 2015 | read more ›

Today's analytics – changing our understanding of the past and the future of risk
Apr 29, 2015 | read more ›

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Fast Facts

  • The WRN was formed in September 2006 to support leading academic research into extreme events, with a specific focus on responding to the challenges faced by businesses, insurers and governments
  • The WRN's membership spans the globe, counting more than 50 world-class universities, scientific research organisations and public policy institutions
  • Collectively, our members have published more than 100 papers in leading scientific journals
  • Nearly all of the WRN's research is freely available to the public and can be downloaded on our website

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