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APRIA Journal Access Journal Call for Papers

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Volume 1 Issue 1
(Free pdf copy of the inaugural issue)



APJRI welcomes high-quality submissions of papers by academicians, industry leaders and policymakers. Papers may address theoretical or applied problems in broad environments – social, market, economic, regulatory/supervisory and local/international – affecting risk management and insurance. Papers covering climate changes, emerging risks, ERM and other closely related problems are also welcome.

Submission and Award. Manuscripts must not have been published in, or submitted for concurrent review with, another journal, and are subject to double-blind peer review at the discretion of the Editor. Manuscripts should be submitted in accordance with the instructions at

http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/apjri.

Submission is free if one of the authors is an APRIA member; otherwise, each submission is subject to a fee of U.S. 100 dollars. Successful authors will be required to submit the final versions of their papers in MS Word, and to assign copyright to the journal’s publisher. All printed of the current year are eligible for Best APJRI Paper Award for recognition at the APRIA conference.

Researchers are welcome to join the APJRI’s pool of reviewers by sending the Editor a short biographical sketch and indication of relevant areas of expertise.

About the Association. The Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association (APRIA; www.apria.org) was created in 1997 to provide a means for all persons and entities with an interest in risk management, insurance, actuarial science, and related areas to share ideas and to engage in collaborative research for the ultimate benefit of the insurance industry. APRIA is international, drawing members from and organizing annual conferences throughout the world (from Singapore to China to New York to Moscow).

About the Journal. Available since 2005 as an official journal of the Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association, the journal is published by De Gruyter which is also managing 70 other journals in economics. The journal is available free of charge (online) to all APRIA members (with a hardcopy subscription option). It is printed twice a year (June/July and December/January). All inquiries about the journal may be directed to:

W. Jean Kwon, Editor
E.A.G. Manton Chair Professor in International Insurance and Risk Management
School of Risk Management, St. John’s University (New York, New York)
APJRI@apria.org; KwonW@stjohns.edu



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