Patricia H. Born is the Payne H. and Charlotte Hodges Midyette Eminent Scholar in Risk Management and Insurance at the Florida State College of Business and Courtesy Professor of Law at the College of Law. She serves as the Doctoral Program Director of Risk Management/Insurance in the Real Estate and Legal Studies Department at the Florida State University College of Business.
Professor Born's research interests include insurance market performance, insurance regulation, products and medical professional liability and management of catastrophic risks. Her articles have been published in the Journal of Risk and Insurance,Journal of Legal Studies, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty and Risk Management and Insurance Review, among others. During the spring 2014 semester, Professor Born is teaching Statistical Inference in Law.
Should I Stay or Should I Go? The Impact of Natural Disasters and Regulation on U.S. Property Insurers' Supply Decisions (with B. Klimaszewski-Blettner), 80 J. Risk & Ins. 1 (2013)
Mitigation, Money, and Residual Markets: Findings from a Symposium on Catastrophic Risk Management (with Randy E. Dumm, Martin Grace, Lorilee Medders & Charles Nyce), 30 J. Ins. Reg. (2011)
Periodic Payments Reform: Who Benefits?, 30 J. Ins. Reg. (2011)
Claims-Made and Reported Policies and Insurer Profitability in Medical Malpractice (with M. M. Boyer), 28 J. Risk & Ins. (2011)
Regulation, Competition and Cycles: Lessons from the Deregulation of the German Insurance Market (with T. Berry-Stolze), 40 J. Ins. Reg. (2011)