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Philip Mulder

Philip Mulder
Assistant Professor | Risk and Insurance
4263 Grainger Hall

About Philip

Philip Mulder is an Assistant Professor in the Risk and Insurance Department.

Professor Mulder’s research focuses on real estate and household finance, environmental economics, and insurance. His research agenda studies how households, insurers, lenders, and governments adapt to dynamic climate risk.

Professor Mulder earned his B.A. in Mathematics and Economics from Kalamazoo College and his Ph.D. from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

WSB Stories

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Climate Change, GoFundMe, and Catastrophic Risk: A Conversation with Philip Mulder

To someone who studies uncertainty for a living, question marks around the long-term impact of climate change pose an important research challenge, says Philip Mulder, an assistant professor of risk...
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WSB Faculty: How Is Your Work Helping Shape Better Business Leaders?

The start of a school year means new beginnings, new goals, and new ideas. There’s not just one path into business, and a Wisconsin School of Business education prepares students...

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