Actuarial studies; Computational economics; Numerical optimization techniques; Superannuation.
Gaurav Khemka is a Senior Lecturer of Actuarial Studies. His research uses numerical stochastic dynamic programming to analyse the life-cycle decision-making process. With a particular focus on superannuation and retirement income modelling and policy, Gaurav is interested in the ways in which retirement outcomes for Australians can be improved through better product development and government policy. To this end, he made submissions to the Retirement Income Review and the Inquiry into the Implications of Removing Refundable Franking Credits. Gaurav’s research has been published in a number of top-ranked academic journals including Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, The Economic Record and Journal of Population Research. His work on existing decision support systems to improve financial wellbeing over an individual’s lifecycle was funded by the Centre for International Finance and Regulation.
Centre for International Finance and Regulation Research Grant, 'Developing coherent and usable decision support systems to improve financial wellbeing over an individual’s lifecycle', 2014/15. (joint with Anthony Asher, Adam Butt and Ujwal Kayande)
Service Roles at ANU
Actuarial Seminar Convenor (commencing Sem 2, 2017)
Service Roles with the Actuaries Institute
Course Leader for Investments in Commercial Actuarial Practice
Member of the Exemption Committee (CT3 Exemptions)
Gaurav Khemka teaches Actuarial studies. He is also involved in teaching the Commercial Actuarial Practice course for the Institute of Actuaries.
ACST4061/8061: Enterprise Risk Management 2
STAT 8058: Risk Modelling 2
ACST4060/8060: Enterprise Risk Management 1
ACST 4033/ACST 8033: Actuarial Control Cycle B
FINM 3003/7003: Continuous Time Finance
FINM 7008: Applied Investments
STAT 1003: Statistical Techniques