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Ballotta, L. (2004). Alternative framework for the fair valuation of participating life insurance contracts (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 157). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Ballotta, L. (2009). Pricing and capital requirements for with profit contracts: modelling considerations. Quantitative Finance, 9(7), pp. 803-817. doi: 10.1080/14697680802452068

Ballotta, L. (2002). α-quantile option in a jump-diffusion economy. Financial Engineering, E-commerce and Supply Chain, 70, pp. 75-87. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4757-5226-7_5

Ballotta, L., Esposito, G. & Haberman, S. (2006). The IASB Insurance Project for life insurance contracts: Impact on reserving methods and solvency requirements. Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 39(3), pp. 356-375. doi: 10.1016/j.insmatheco.2006.04.004

Ballotta, L., Esposito, G. & Haberman, S. (2006). Modelling the fair value of annuities contracts: the impact of interest rate risk and mortality risk (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 176). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Ballotta, L. & Haberman, S. (2003). Valuation of guaranteed annuity conversion options. Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 33(1), pp. 87-108. doi: 10.1016/S0167-6687(03)00146-X

Ballotta, L. & Haberman, S. (2006). The fair valuation problem of guaranteed annuity options: The stochastic mortality environment case. Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 38(1), pp. 195-214. doi: 10.1016/j.insmatheco.2005.10.002

Ballotta, L. & Kyprianou, A.E. (2000). A note on α-quantile option (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 128). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Biffis, E. & Denuit, M. (2005). Lee-Carter goes risk-neutral: an application to the Italian annuity market (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 166). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Blake, D., Wright, D. & Zhang, Y. (2008). Optimal funding and investment strategies in defined contribution pension plans under Epstein-Zin utility (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 186). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Booth, P. M. (2010). UK State Pension Reform in a Public Choice Framework (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 194). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Booth, P. M. (1997). The analysis of actuarial investment risk (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 93). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Booth, P. M. & Cooper, D. R. (2000). The tax treatment of pensions (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 122). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Booth, P. M. & Walsh, D. (1998). The application of financial theory to the pricing of upward only rent reviews (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 117). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Booth, P. M. & Yakoubov, Y. H. (1998). Investment policy for defined contribution pension scheme members close to retirement (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 110). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Butt, Z. & Haberman, S. (2002). Application of frality-based mortality models to insurance data (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 142). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Butt, Z. & Haberman, S. (2010). A comparative study of parametric mortality projection models (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 196). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Butt, Z. & Haberman, S. (2009). llc: a collection of R functions for fitting a class of Lee-Carter mortality models using iterative fitting algorithms (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 190). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Chadburn, R. G. (1996). Use of parametric risk measure in assessing risk based capital and insolvency constraints for with profits life insurance (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 83). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Chadburn, R. G. (1998). A genetic approach to the modelling of sickness rates, with application to life insurance risk classification (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 111). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Chadburn, R. G. & Wright, I. D. (1999). The sensitivity of life office simulation outcomes to differences in asset model structure (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 120). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Cooper, D. R. (2000). Security for the members of defined benefit pension schemes (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 126). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Cooper, D. R. (1998). A re-appraisal of the revalued career average benefit design for occupational pension schemes (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 107). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Cowell, R. (2009). Exploration of a novel bootstrap technique for estimating the distribution of outstanding claims reserves in general insurance (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 192). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Dimitrova, D. S., Kaishev, V. K. & Penev, S. (2007). GeD spline estimation of multivariate Archimedean copulas (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 179). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Emms, P. (2006). Dynamic pricing of general insurance in a competitive market (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 172). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Emms, P. (2006). Pricing general insurance with constraints (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 173). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Emms, P. & Haberman, S. (2005). Asymptotic and numerical analysis of the optimal investment strategy for an insurer (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 163). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Emms, P., Haberman, S. & Savoulli, I. (2006). Optimal strategies for pricing general insurance (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 171). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

England, P. D. (2001). Addendum to "Analytic and bootstrap estimates of prediction errors in claims reserving" (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 138). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Fernandes, F. N. (1998). Total reward - an actuarial perspective (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 116). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Gerrard, R. J. G., Haberman, S. & Vigna, E. (2005). The management of de-cumulation risks in a defined contribution environment (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 161). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Haberman, S. (1996). Landmarks in the history of actuarial science (up to 1919) (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 84). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Haberman, S. (1998). Stochastic modelling of pension scheme dynamics (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 106). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Haberman, S., Ballotta, L. & Wang, N. (2003). Modelling and valuation of guarantees in with-profit and unitised with-profit life insurance contracts (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 146). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Haberman, S., Butt, Z. & Rickayzen, B. D. (2001). Multiple state models, simulation and insurer insolvency (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 136). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Haberman, S. & Piscopo, G. (2008). Mortality risk and the valuation of annuities with guaranteed minimum death benefit options: application to the Italian population (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 187). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Haberman, S. & Piscopo, G. (2010). Surplus analysis for variable annuities with a GMDB option (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 193). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Haberman, S. & Russolillo, M. (2005). Lee Carter mortality forecasting: application to the Italian population (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 167). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Haberman, S. & Smith, D. (1997). Stochastic investment modelling and pension funding: a simulation based analysis (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 102). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Harper, G. & Mayhew, L. (2012). Re-thinking households - using administrative data to count and classify households with some application (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 198). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Huber, P. P. (1995). A review of Wilkie's stochastic investment model (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 70). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Huber, P. P. & Verrall, R. J. (1998). The need for theory in actuarial economic models (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 109). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Ignatov, Z. G., Kaishev, V. K. & Krachunov, R. (2003). Optimal retention levels, given the joint survival of cedent and reinsurer (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 147). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Iyer, S. (2003). Application of stochastic methods in the valuation of social security pension schemes (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 151). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Jarzabkowski, P., Bednarek, G., Burke, G. & Cabantous, L. (2012). Beyond Borders: Charting the Changing Global Reinsurance Landscape. Cass Business School, City University London.

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Kaishev, V. K. (2010). Stochastic processes induced by Dirichlet (B-) splines: modelling multivariate asset price dynamics (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 195). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Kaishev, V. K. & Dimitrova, D. S. (2005). Excess of loss reinsurance under joint survival optimality (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 165). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Kaishev, V. K., Haberman, S. & Dimitrova, D. S. (2005). Modelling the joint distribution of competing risks survival times using copula functions (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 164). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Karlsson, M., Klohn, F. & Rickayzen, B. D. (2012). Are the dimensions of private information more multiple than expected? Information asymmetries in the market of supplementary private health insurance in England (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 197). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Karlsson, M., Mayhew, L. & Rickayzen, B. D. (2007). In sickness and in Health? Dynamics of health and cohabitation in the United Kingdom (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 178). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Karlsson, M., Mayhew, L. & Rickayzen, B. D. (2006). Investigating the market potential for customised long term care insurance products (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 174). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Khorasanee, M. Z. (1996). Annuity choices for pensioners (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 90). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Khorasanee, M. Z. (1995). Simulation of investment returns for a money purchase fund (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 74). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Khorasanee, M. Z. (2001). A cash-flow approach to pension funding (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 137). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Luciano, E., Spreeuw, J. & Vigna, E. (2012). Evolution of coupled lives' dependency across generations and pricing impact (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 199). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Luciano, E., Spreeuw, J. & Vigna, E. (2006). Modelling stochastic bivariate mortality (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 170). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Mayhew, L. (2009). The market potential for privately financed long term care products in the UK (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 188). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Mayhew, L. (2002). The neighbourhood health economy (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 144). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Mayhew, L. & Smith, D. (2012). Gender convergence in human survival and the postponement of death (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 200). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Mayhew, L. & Smith, D. (2006). Using queuing theory to analyse completion times in accident and emergency departments in the light of the government 4-hour target (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 177). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Mayhew, L. & Smith, D. (2009). Whither human survival and longevity or the shape of things to come (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 189). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Megaloudi, C. & Haberman, S. (1998). Contribution and solvency risk in a defined benefit pension scheme (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 114). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Owadally, M. I (2003). Efficient asset valuation methods for pension plans (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 148). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Owadally, M. I (2003). Pension funding and the actuarial assumption concerning investment returns (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 149). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Owadally, M. I & Haberman, S. (2000). Asset valuation and amortization of asset gains and losses defined benefit pension plans (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 132). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Owadally, M. I & Haberman, S. (2000). Asset valuation and the dynamics of pension funding with random investment returns (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 131). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Owadally, M. I & Haberman, S. (2000). Efficient amortization of Actuarial gains/losses and optimal funding in pension plans (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 133). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Rasulo, D., Mayhew, L. & Rickayzen, B. D. (2009). The decomposition of disease and disability life expectancies in England 1992-2004 (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 191). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Renshaw, A. E. & Haberman, S. (2003). Lee-Carter mortality forecasting incorporating bivariate time series (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 153). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Renshaw, A. E. & Haberman, S. (2002). Lee-Carter mortality forecasting, a parallel GLM approach, England & Wales mortality projections (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 140). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Renshaw, A. E. & Haberman, S. (2000). Modelling for mortality reduction factors (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 127). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Renshaw, A. E. & Haberman, S. (1998). Modelling the recent time trends in UK permanent health insurance recovery, mortality and claim inception transition intensities (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 113). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Renshaw, A. E. & Haberman, S. (2005). Mortality reduction factors incorporating cohort effects (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 160). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Renshaw, A. E. & Haberman, S. (1999). Observations on the proposed new mortality tables based on the 1991-94 experience for male permanent assurances (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 118). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Renshaw, A. E. & Haberman, S. (2007). On simulation-based approaches to risk measurement in mortality with specific reference to Poisson Lee-Carter modelling (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 181). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Renshaw, A. E. & Haberman, S. (2001). On the forecasting of mortality reduction factors (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 135). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Renshaw, A. E. & Haberman, S. (1999). An empirical study of claim and sickness inception transition intensities (aspects of the UK permanent health insurance experience) (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 121). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Rickayzen, B. D. (2007). An analysis of disability - linked annuities (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 180). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Rickayzen, B. D. (1997). A sensitivity analysis of the parameters used in a phi multiple state model (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 103). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Rickayzen, B. D. & Walsh, D. E. P. (2000). A model for projecting the number of people who will require long-term care in the future. Part II: the multiple state model (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 124). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Spreeuw, J. (2012). Archimedean copulas derived from Morgenstern utility functions (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 201). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Spreeuw, J. (2000). Convex order and multistate life insurance contracts (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 129). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Spreeuw, J. (2006). Types of dependence and time-dependent association between two lifetimes in single parameter copula models (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 169). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Spreeuw, J. (2004). Upper and lower bounds of present value distributions of life insurance contracts with disability related benefits (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 159). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Spreeuw, J. (2000). The probationary period as a screening device (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 130). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Spreeuw, J. & Karlsson, M. (2006). The probationary period as a screening device: competitive markets (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 168). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Tsanakas, A. (2007). To split or not to split: Capital allocation with convex risk measures (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 184). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Tsanakas, A. & Smith, A. (2007). High dimensional modelling and simulation with asymmetric normal mixtures (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 182). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Velmachos, D. & Haberman, S. (1999). Moving average models for interest rates applications to life insurance mathematics (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 119). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Verrall, R. J. (2001). A Bayesian generalised linear model for the Bornhuetter-Ferguson method of claims reserving (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 139). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Verrall, R. J. (1989). Stochastic Models for Triangular Tables with Applications to Cohort Data and Claims Reserving. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

Verrall, R. J. (1996). A unified framework for graduation (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 91). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Verrall, R. J. & Yakoubov, Y. H. (1998). A fuzzy approach to grouping by policyholder age in general insurance (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 104). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Walsh, D. E. P. & Rickayzen, B. D. (2000). A model for projecting the number of people who will require long-term care in the future. Part I: data considerations (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 123). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Walsh, D. E. P. & Rickayzen, B. D. (2000). A model for projecting the number of people who will require long-term care in the future. Part III: the projected numbers and the funnel of doubt (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 125). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Wang, N. (2004). An asset allocation strategy for risk reserve considering both risk and profit (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 158). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Wright, I. D. (1998). A stochastic approach to pension scheme funding (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 112). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

Wright, I. D. (1998). A stochastic asset model using vector auto-regression (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 108). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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Yakoubov, Y. H. & Haberman, S. (1998). Review of actuarial applications of fuzzy set theory (Report No. Actuarial Research Paper No. 105). London, UK: Faculty of Actuarial Science & Insurance, City University London.

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