Dr. Cameron Ellis joins the Fox School on a tenure-track appointment as an Assistant Professor within the Department of Risk, Insurance, & Healthcare Management. He has been on a non-tenure track appointment in the same department for the past two years. His research interests include insurance economics, industrial organization, machine learning, econometrics, and health economics. His current research projects examine the welfare effect of expanding access to secondary markets for life insurance, the role of two-part tariffs as a signaling device in life insurance pricing, and the effect of Medicaid expansion on the individual market for health insurance. He is a member of the American Risk and Insurance Association, the Southern Risk and Insurance Association, the American Economic Association and the Southern Economics Association and the Risk Theory Society. He earned his PhD in Economics from the University of Georgia. He also studied at Georgia College & State University, where he received his MBA and Bachelor of Science degree —both in Economics and Mathematics.