Actuarial Studies

The Actuarial Studies group has a diverse range of interests that involve collaboration with colleagues in a number of disciplines including economics, finance, demography and statistics.

This research is published in leading domestic and international journals across the wide variety of disciplines described above. Staff regularly participate in seminar and brown bag series and at top international and domestic conferences. Further information about research interests can be found on the profile pages of the Actuarial Studies faculty. We engage with government and business entities and offer programs accredited by the Actuaries Institute for undergraduateMasters and Ph.D. students.

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NEWS
 

Report on the gender pay gap in Australia

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The Global Institute for Women's Leadership

Jananie William has co-authored the report “Gender pay gap reporting in Australia --Time for an upgrade”. Australia was once a world leader on legislating for gender equality but is now falling behind - the report recommends three ways we can do better. More information, including a link to the full report, can be found here.


Jia (Jacie) Liu has joined ANU as a Lecturer of Actuarial Studies

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Jacie Liu

Jacie Liu will shortly submit her PhD at Western Sydney University, and has research experience across both actuarial studies and finance.


Commencement of Teaching the Actuary Program

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Actuaries institute

ANU has introduced a new course, Actuarial Data Analysis, which is a new component required for completion of the Actuaries Institute’s Actuary Program.


Professor Edward (Jed) Frees 

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Edward W. (Jed) Frees

Edward W. (Jed) Frees has joined ANU as a Professor of Actuarial Studies on a fractional appointment. Jed has a wealth of experience in actuarial and statistical research as can be seen from his linked profile.


Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching

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Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching

Congratulations to Jananie William for receiving the Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching.