Arnold F. Shapiro

Professor Emeritus of Business Administration
Department: Risk Management
Office: 361 Business Building
Phone: 814-865-3961
Fax: 814-865-6284
Member of Faculty Since: 1973

Publication List

Arnold Shapiro and Marie-Claire Koissi, "Fuzzy Logic Modifications of the Analytic Hierarchy Process", Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 2017, 75, pp.189-202.

Dale Borowiak and Arnold Shapiro, "Financial and Actuarial Statistics: An Introduction, Second Edition", Taylor & Francis, 2014, , pp. 383.

Arnold Shapiro, "Modeling Future Lifetime as a Fuzzy Random Variable", Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 2013, 53, 864-870.

Arnold Shapiro, "Fuzzy Post-Retirement Financial Concepts: An Exploratory Study", METRON, 2013, 71, 261-278.

Arnold Shapiro, "Post-Retirement Financial Strategies - the Perspective of an Individual Who Is Approaching Retirement Age", Society of Actuaries, 2010, 71, pp. 74.

Alireza Faraz and Arnold Shapiro, "An application of fuzzy random variables to control charts", Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 2010, 161, 2684-2694.

Arnold Shapiro, "Fuzzy random variables", Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 2009, 44, 307-314.

Marie-Claire Koissi and Arnold Shapiro, "Fuzzy formulation of the Lee-Carter model for mortality forecasting", Insurance: Math & Economics, 2006, 39, 287-309.

Arnold Shapiro, "Fuzzy Logic in Insurance", Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 2004, 35, 399-424.

Arnold Shapiro and L. C. Jain, "Intelligent and Other Computational Techniques In The Insurance Industry: Theory And Applications", World Scientific, 2003, , pp. 664.

Arnold Shapiro, "The merging of neural networks, fuzzy logic, and genetic algorithms", Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 2002, 31, 115-131.

Howard Winklevoss and Arnold Shapiro, "Estimating the Cost of Vesting in Pension Plans", Transactions of the Society of Actuaries, 1972, 22, 373-393.


Associate Editor, Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 1982-present.

Co-editor, Actuarial Research Clearing House (ARCH), 1978-present.


Ph.D., Applied Business and Economics, University of Pennsylvania (Wharton), 1975

B.S., Actuarial Science, University of Manitoba, 1969