Jim Barrese, Ph.D.

Professor
School of Risk Management, Insurance and Actuarial Science
PhD, Economics, Rutgers University
Dr. Barrese holds the Robert F. Carroon Chair of Risk in St. John's University's School of Risk Management. He also serves as Editor of the Journal of Insurance Issues. A frequent presenter at academic conferences, Jim has also given testimony to committees of the U.S. Senate and House. Educated at Princeton, McMaster, and Rutgers Universities, Jim has presented or attended programs at Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Harvard Universities, published dozens of articles in a variety of U.S. and European journals, and served on the editorial boards of both industry and academic journals, and as a board member of a national student service society. Dr. Barrese has also served as a consultant on tax policy to New York State and the Internal Revenue Service. He has held voluntary advisory appointments to New York's Tax and Finance Department, the N.Y. Governor's Council on Fiscal and Economic Priorities, and the federal Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations Thinkers Group.

Courses Taught

BA
901
Methodology Of Bus Research
BA
902
Method Of Bus Research
RMI
200
Risk And Insurance Economics
RMI
201
RISK MANAGEMENT
RMI
202
Risk Research Methods
RMI
211
RISK, INSURANCE & BANKING
RMI
500
RISK BASICS
RMI
600
INTRO TO INSURANCE ECONOMICS
RMI
601
MANAGEMENT OF RISK
RMI
602
RISK ANALYSIS METHODS
RMI
609
PROPERTY & LIABILITY (RE) INS
RMI
611
CASES IN RISK, INS & BANKING
RMI
680
PROP-LIABILITY & REINSURANCE
RMI
2301
PRINCIPLES OF RISK & INSURANCE
RMI
3333
COMM PROPERTY RISK MGT & INS
RMI
4390
Insurance Ind Struc/Operations