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The Belgian Actuarial Bulletin (BAB, in short) is an official publication of the Belgian Society of Actuaries (KVBA-ARAB). It provides a medium for the publication of works in the area of actuarial science. The aim of the BAB is to publish articles pertaining to the art and/or sciences involved in contemporary actuarial practice.
Its editorial policy is set and implemented by the editorial board on the advice of an Editorial Advisory Panel, membership of which includes researchers of international standing in actuarial and related fields, as well as members of the Belgian Actuarial Society who have experience in research.
In considering papers for publication, the field of actuarial science has to be interpreted in a broad sense: papers written from any quantitative point of view - whether actuarial, statistical, financial, mathematical - attacking relevant theoretical and applied insurance problems are welcome. Criteria for acceptance include potential interest for the actuarial community, high quality, novelty and clarity of presentation. The BAB welcomes submissions providing new ideas or techniques, articles improving existing ones as well as survey papers of pedagogical nature. Useful introduction or reviews of subjects new to many actuaries, or useful descriptions of present practice or possible future practice are appreciated. Such introductions, reviews or descriptions should be couched in language accessible to actuaries.
Another goal of the BAB is to improve communication between the practicing and academic actuarial communities. The BAB aims to stimulate cooperation between those who carry out research in insurance techniques (whether actuaries or non-actuaries) and practicing actuaries who are interested in the implementation of the results. The BAB also provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of ideas, issues and methods of interest to actuaries. Students in actuarial science are invited to submit interesting results obtained in their master thesis, especially those who won the KVBA-ARAB Annual Prize.
Opinions expressed in the BAB are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the KVBA-ARAB nor of its Directorial Board. Neither the KVBA-ARAB nor the editors are responsible for the statements made or opinions expressed in the articles, criticisms and discussions published in the BAB.
ISSN 1784-5750 (online), 1784-5742 (printed)