The Annals of Actuarial Science (AAS)
is published by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, with Cambridge University Press. The AAS publishes research in all areas of actuarial science and related fields, with the aim of promoting work that is rigorous and of clear relevance to actuarial applications. AAS welcomes papers in life insurance, non-life insurance, pensions, health insurance, finance and investment, statistics and econometrics, insurance economics, and quantitative risk management. Furthermore, we welcome contributions in contiguous but non-traditional fields for actuaries, including (but not restricted to) machine learning/artificial intelligence, mathematical and computational finance, climate science, cyber/operational risk, and actuarial/statistical software - as long as their relevance to the insurance industry is clearly demonstrated.
publishes papers of the following type:
- Original research papers
- Review papers
- Actuarial software
The AAS also occasionally publishes (non-peer reviewed) book reviews. For more information on the scope of the journal, please see the Instructions for Authors