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Why can I no longer access the full text article on SOA.org?
The SOA partners with Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group to publish the North American Actuarial Journal. Full text of articles, discussions and other content for current and back issues of the NAAJ are now hosted on
Taylor & Francis Online, the online platform for Taylor & Francis Group content.
tandfonline.com provides the NAAJ with an enhanced online presence and offers our members and subscribers a number of new features.
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What new features does Taylor & Francis online offer to NAAJ users?
Designed in collaboration with librarians, researchers and scholars,
Taylor & Francis Online is dedicated to the varied needs of our user communities. The online platform brings knowledge to life with a clean, intuitive user interface and enhanced discoverability for journals and reference works.
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Where can I access an archive of all NAAJ issues?
Taylor and Francis online hosts an archive of all NAAJ issues.
How do I subscribe to the NAAJ?
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I am an SOA member, how do I opt-in to receive a print copy of the NAAJ?
In response to member feedback, the North American Actuarial Journal is now published in electronic format. If you wish to continue receiving a print copy, you may opt-in under the ‘‘My Profile’’ section on SOA.org.
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How do I get published in the NAAJ?
The NAAJ contains scholarly material such as research, survey, synthesis, practice and educational papers. The NAAJ is refereed; all papers are reviewed by subject matter experts. Members and nonmembers may submit papers for publication. Papers can be submitted via our
online submission system. For complete instructions on submitting a paper or discussion to the NAAJ, please see the
writing opportunities page, or download
North American Actuarial Journal (NAAJ) Author Guidelines.
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Why do I see “UAAJ” in the tandfonline.com web address for the NAAJ?
This is simply Routledge, Taylor & Francis’ system for coding publications.
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