American Risk and Insurance Association
The American Risk and Insurance Association (ARIA) is a worldwide group of academic, professional, and regulatory leaders in insurance, risk management, and related areas, joined together to advance the study and understanding of the field. Founded in 1932, ARIA emphasizes research relevant to the operational concerns and functions of insurance and risk management professionals and provides resources, information, and support on important insurance and risk management issues. Two main goals of the organization are 1) to expand and improve academic instruction of risk management and insurance, and, 2) to encourage research on all significant aspects of risk management and insurance.
|1 Journal in JSTOR||Date Range|
|The Journal of Risk and Insurance||1964 - 2016|
|The Journal of Insurance||1957 - 1963|
|The Review of Insurance Studies||1954 - 1956|
|Journal of the American Association of University Teachers of Insurance||1937 - 1956|
|Proceedings of the Annual Meeting (American Association of University Teachers of Insurance)||1933 - 1935|