Dr. Robert W. Klein was an Associate Professor of Risk Management and Insurance and Director of the Center of Risk Management and Insurance Research at Georgia State University from 1996-2018. He is currently a consultant in risk management and insurance and an Affiliate Senior Research Fellow at Temple University.
Dr. Klein is a leading expert on insurance regulation and markets with over 30 years of experience as a regulator and an academic researcher. He has published extensively on various topics on insurance and its regulation, including the structure and performance of insurance markets, solvency regulation, monitoring competition, price regulation, catastrophe risk, urban insurance, workers compensation, life insurance, and international insurance regulation. He also has testified frequently at legislative and regulatory hearings on significant issues affecting insurance consumers and the industry.
Dr. Klein received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in Economics from Michigan State University.
Policy Brief: No-Fault Auto Insurance Reform in Michigan: An Initial Assessment (Revised: September 7, 2023)
No-Fault Auto Insurance Reform in Michigan: An Initial Assessment (Revised: September 7, 2023)
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