Actuarial Science

Finding Next Meal: A Research Based Cost/Benefit Analysis of Nutrition Related Programs in the United States

Author(s) Margaret Battisti Faculty Mentor(s) Yvonne Chueh (Actuarial Science) Abstract The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found, in a survey based study, that 88% of adults in the United States do not meet the required daily intake of fruits and 91% do not… Read More »Finding Next Meal: A Research Based Cost/Benefit Analysis of Nutrition Related Programs in the United States

Universal Basic Income: A Five Year Breakdown of its Cost Across the United States

Author(s) Keegan Negron Faculty Mentor(s) Yvonne Chueh (Actuarial Science) Abstract In the wake of the economic upheaval caused by the Coronavirus Pandemic, numerous Americans have received stimulus checks and unemployment benefits from the government. These act as a safety net to prevent those who have… Read More »Universal Basic Income: A Five Year Breakdown of its Cost Across the United States