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Historical actuarial research journals go online

The full content of British Actuarial Journal and its predecessor journals, Journal of the Institute of Actuaries and Transactions of the Faculty of Actuaries, is now available online on the JSTOR platform.

04 APR 2012 | THE ACTUARY: PROFESSION NEWS

Journal of the Institute of Actuaries began life as The Assurance Magazine in 1851.

Transactions of the Faculty of Actuaries
was first published in 1904 and was based on Transactions of the Actuarial Society of Edinburgh, published in four volumes between 1886 and 1900. British Actuarial Journal succeeded Journal of the Institute of Actuaries and Transactions of the Faculty of Actuaries in 1995.

JSTOR is a not–for–profit service that helps scholars, researchers and students access a wide range of content from a trusted digital archive, including over 1,500 academic journals.

JSTOR is as enthusiastic as the Profession about this project. A JSTOR representative commented: “I cannot tell you how excited we are for your journal to be joining JSTOR. This is our first actuarial journal, and I am thrilled that our users around the world will be able to access one that is of such exceptional quality.”


Members can access JSTOR via the Profession’s Athens Portal of online research resources. Contact libraries@actuaries.org.uk for a login.


The journals are also available via Cambridge Journals Online on the Profession’s website www.actuaries.org.uk