- In addition to our education system, the body of actuarial knowledge itself needs the nutrition that the academic world can supply.
- Academics look at problems differently than those of us in the practical world, and that difference in perspective can supplement, in a healthy way, the growth and evolution of the basic subject.
- In addition to the diversification in approach, the academic world gives us a bridge to other fields of knowledge that can contribute to actuarial development.
- The actuarial knowledge base cannot stand isolated from other academic subjects.
1986 - ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT, RICHARD S. ROBERTSON, Society of Actuaries
- 1979 - AP - The Effects of Risk Reduction Inherent in Universal Life Insurance
- 1979 - AP - The Effects of Risk Reduction in Universal Life Insurance, Part II, William C. Scheel
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- Financial crises at insurance companies: learning from the demise of the National Surety Company during the Great Depression Published online by Cambridge University Press: 11 January 2018, Jonathan D. Rose