The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries and Cambridge University Press have formed an exciting new partnership to publish two prestigious publications in the field of actuarial science from 2011.
Annals of Actuarial Science is a peer-reviewed journal which has been publishing research papers in all areas of actuarial science since 2006. The journal welcomes papers in any area of actuarial science or practice, especially papers that are applied in nature.
Since 1995, the British Actuarial Journal has published papers presented to Sessional Meetings of the Faculty and Institute of Actuaries along with transcripts of the discussions and debates; Presidential addresses; memoirs and papers of general interest to the profession.
These will be Cambridge’s first journals in the area of actuarial science and will be part of a strong list of related journals in economics, mathematics and mathematical finance. They will sit alongside Cambridge’s leading books programme in mathematics, statistics and economics.
This will be Cambridge’s second collaboration with the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries with whom they already partner to publish books in the successful International Series on Actuarial Science.
The journals will be hosted on Cambridge’s progressive electronic platform, Cambridge Journals Online (http://journals.cambridge.org), and will include improved usability, increased functionality and many innovative features to develop and optimize article usage and academic citations.