Springer Actuarial

Description

This is a series on actuarial topics in a broad and interdisciplinary sense, aimed at students, academics and practitioners in the fields of insurance and finance.

Springer Actuarial informs timely on theoretical and practical aspects of topics like risk management, internal models, solvency, asset-liability management, market-consistent valuation, the actuarial control cycle, insurance and financial mathematics, and other related interdisciplinary areas.

The series aims to serve as a primary scientific reference for education, research, development and model validation.

The type of material considered for publication includes lecture notes, monographs and textbooks. All submissions will be peer-reviewed.