1st Announcement including the Call for Papers now published

As part of the 1st Announcement, the Call for Papers for the ICA 2018 has just been published.

The scientific program will include up to 11 parallel sessions with about 100 slots for the presentation of submitted papers. Actuaries, scientists and practitioners from around the world are encouraged to participate in shaping the program by sumbitting relevant, leading-edge ideas, research results and insights that will expand and grow the current body of actuarial knowledge.

The Scientific Committee has identified a wide range of regional and international actuarial topics and related subtopics.The main scientific topics for the ICA 2018 are related to eight different special-interest sections, reflecting the structure of the IAA Sections:

  • AFIR/ERM (Financial Risk & ERM)
  • ASTIN (Non-Life)
  • IAAHS (Health)
  • IAALS (Life)
  • PBSS (Pensions Benefits & Social Security)
  • IACA (Consulting)
  • Professionalism
  • Education

 Authors who are interested to give a presentation at the ICA 2018 shall submit an abstract using the ICA 2018 online submission tool accessible via the ICA 2018 website, no later than 31 July 2017.  A submission will include an abstract of 200 to 300 words, a description of the practical value of the submitted proposal, and an overview of related literature or other sources.  Selected authors will be notified in November 2017.

All details including the list of topics and other interesting general information on the scientific and social program of ICA 2018 can be found in the attached 1st announcement and in our special edition of the ICA 2018 newsletter, released today.

 All information and the detailed abstracts submission requirement can be found in the Call for Papers.

Apart from the Call for Papers the 1st Announcement also includes information on

  • the congress formats,
  • the lists of congress topics for all sections,
  • the award sessions,
  • the Young Researcher Program,
  • the Online Sessions,
  • the social program and the
  • fees.
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