Stat of the Art: The Actuarial Game of Baseball

Quantify it and they will come.
by Steve Sullivan

More major-league stats

Online exclusive: Seven actuaries pitch their own statistical formulas for baseball - and Bill James responds.


The Global Actuary

Today's actuary has to be willing to learn the skills and knowledge required to prosper in a multinational marketplace.
by Carl Hansen

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Monte Carlo in the Game

How one of the most useful tools of actuaries came to be named after the renowned and elegant international capital of gambling.
by Thomas N. Herzog

A Moving Image: Reflecting the Future of the Actuarial Profession

Actuaries are good at identifying problems, even their own. Actuaries are good at analyzing problems, especially their own. Actuaries are also good at solving problems, and they're actively engaged in solving their own.
by Sarah J. Sanford and Michael L. Kaster

SPECIAL SECTION: Recruitment

INSIDE TRACK

LETTERS

COMMENTARY
Actuaries Are Key to Ethical Practices
by Gary Eisenbarth

POLICY BRIEFING
Cause and Effect in Ratemaking
by Greg Vass

WORKSHOP
Is Dynamic Asset Allocation Always a Good Move?
by Mark T. Ruloff

TRADECRAFT
Do Books Make the Man?
by Ardian Gill

AFTER HOURS Academy Man
by Stanley Weisleder

PUZZLES
by Noam Segal

END PAPER
A Dollar and a Dream
by Richard T. Zatorski