Australian Journal of Actuarial Practice Joins ERN Partners in Publishing Journals

We are pleased to announce Australian Journal of Actuarial Practice has joined our ERN Partners in Publishing Journals within the Economics Research Network (ERN).

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The Australian Journal of Actuarial Practice (AJAP) is the journal of the Actuaries Institute and is aimed at leading debate in areas where actuaries practice in Australia so as to enhance the work of practitioners and improve the service provided to their employers, their clients and the community. The AJAP will publish papers, notes and commentary. All content of the AJAP is subject to a peer review process.

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Michael C. Jensen
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Posted 12/4/14