The journal provides a rigorous forum for the publication of theory and empirical work, by both academic and industry experts, related to the financing of risk in its various forms. With a long-standing focus on issues of market convergence, the journal is particularly committed to research addressing (1) the creation of innovative products straddling the boundaries of financial engineering, traditional insurance/reinsurance, and alternative risk transfer, and (2) the development of risk-financing mechanisms in emerging economies throughout the world.
The Journal of Insurance Issues is the official publication of the Western Risk and Insurance Association. The JII publishes original and not-previously-published research on subjects associated with Risk Management, Insurance, Actuarial Science, Employee Benefits, Financial Planning, Estate Planning, and other risk-related topics.
Risk Management and Insurance Review publishes respected, accessible, and high-quality applied research, and well-reasoned opinion and discussion in the field of risk and insurance.
The aim of the Journal of Banking and Finance is to provide an outlet for the increasing flow of scholarly research concerning financial institutions and the money and capital markets within which they function.
The Journal of Finance publishes leading research across all the major fields of financial research. It is one of the most widely cited academic journal on finance and one of the most widely cited journals in all of economics as well.
Annals of Actuarial Science and British Actuarial Journal are free to members of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
The JIR is a forum for opinion and discussion of major regulatory and public policy issues in insurance. It strives to make state insurance departments more aware of the cutting-edge, high-quality research occurring in the regulation arena.
The Hazard & Risk Science Review provides an annual digest of the latest developments in research, disaster related issues and their potential implications as they relate to the insurance and reinsurance market, focusing on the four major areas of hazard; atmospheric, geological, hydrological and climate change.
Agricultural Finance Review (AFR) provides a forum for discussion of research, extension, and teaching issues in agricultural finance. This publication contains articles contributed by scholars in the field and refereed by peers.