Journal of Actuarial Practice
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Discontinued in 2006. The Journal of Actuarial Practice was founded in 1992 by Professor Colin M. Ramsay as an international peer-reviewed journal for the purpose of improving communications between the practicing and the academic actuarial communities. At the time of its founding, the aim of this international journal was to publish articles pertaining to the "art" and/or "science" involved in contemporary actuarial practice. The Journal welcomed articles providing new (or improving upon existing) ideas, strategies, or techniques involved in actuarial "art" and/or "science". The major criterion was that articles should ultimately be useful to practicing actuaries. The Journal has published articles in both the life and non-life areas.
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