The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries publishes two journals: the Annals of Actuarial Science (AAS) and the British Actuarial Journal (BAJ).
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Annals of Actuarial Science
Annals of Actuarial Science is a peer-reviewed journal which publishes research papers in all areas of actuarial science. It normally appears twice a year, in spring and autumn. The two parts comprise one volume. Volume 7 Part 1 (2013) focusing on Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is now available. Volume 7 Part 2 (2013) is anticipated in September 2013.
The Editor invites submissions in any area of actuarial science or practice, especially papers that are applied in nature.
British Actuarial Journal
British Actuarial Journal publishes papers presented as part of the Sessional research programme of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, along with transcripts of the discussions and debates. It is normally published three times a year, in March, July and September. The three parts comprise one volume.
Authors are requested to adhere to the author guidelines.
The latest issue is Volume 17 Part 3. Volume 18 Part 1 is anticipated in April 2013.
Papers presented at Sessional research programmes but not yet published in BAJ may be downloaded from the Sessional Meetings pages.
Accessing the journals
Current and back numbers of Annals of Actuarial Science and British Actuarial Journal may be accessed on Cambridge Journals Online (members only - please ensure you are logged in).
AAS issues up to volume 4 and BAJ issues up to volume 15 can be purchased from the eShop.
Papers published in Journal of the Institute of Actuaries andTransactions of the Faculty of Actuaries from 1960 (TFA) and 1939 (JIA) onwards can be located by searching the library database catalogue. The full set of JIA and TFA volumes are available on CDROMs from the eShop.
Photocopies or scans of individual articles may be obtained from the libraries.