Superannuation and retirement income; Computational economics; Long-term care insurance.
William Lim is an Associate Lecturer of Actuarial Studies. William’s research interests are in superannuation and retirement income, computational economics and long-term care insurance. He is currently exploring decumulation strategies for retirees. William’s research has been published in Journal of Population Research.
(with Bridget Browne, Gaurav Khemka and David Pitt) 2019, ‘A method for calculating the implied no-recovery three-state transition matrix using observable population mortality incidence and disability prevalence rates for the elderly.’ Journal of Population Research, Forthcoming. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12546-019-09226-9
Research engagement and outreach
Exemption committee Member, for the Foundation Program (Actuaries Institute)
ACST4062/8032 Actuarial Data Analysis
ACST4032/8041 Actuarial Control Cycle 2
STAT2001/2013/6013 Introductory Mathematical Statistics for Actuarial Studies