The European Actuarial Journal (EAJ) was established to promote scientific research and the transfer to the actuarial practice. Founded as successor of various national actuarial journals, the EAJ combines the scope and impact of those publications. The wide range of topics of the peer reviewed articles covers classical actuarial mathematics such as life and non-life insurance, pension funds, reinsurance, and also more recent areas such as risk management, asset and liability management, solvency, catastrophe modelling, systematic changes in risk parameters, longevity etc. Scientists as well as practitioners are invited to submit their papers on these subjects.
By its name, the EAJ is a common project of the European actuarial societies which have founded the EAJ Association in 2015. These founding associations signed a letter of intent and agreed on all formal regulations to govern the EAJ Association. All acceding parties will of course be treated equally, e.g. by being represented in the General Assembly and in the group of Associate Editors as well as by subscribing the journal at a moderate price.
If your local actuarial association is interested in joining this exciting project please contact the Editor-in-Chief Prof. Dr. Christian Hipp for further information.