The Academy produces volumes of materials each year and is typically happy to share research and materials when the request aligns with the Academy’s mission of serving the public and the United States actuarial profession. We generally require requestors to state the material they are seeking to reprint (title) and the number of people expected to receive the reprint. Requestors must agree to the following conditions:
- The material is reproduced “as is” in its entirety, without alterations, changes, or additions.
- The material will not be reproduced on any other site or in other format without the express written permission of the Academy.
- The material will not be reproduced for charge to others, except for nominal amounts.
- The venue will correctly identify the title, author, and date of initial publication, and will state that it is the copyright of the American Academy of Actuaries (copyright and year) and that it is being reprinted by permission of the Academy.
If an organization would like to use proprietary materials produced by the Academy, we require they secure written permission beforehand. Requestors should contact the Academy general counsel with a detailed description of their organization and how they would like to use the Academy’s copyrighted materials.