Steven Haberman
Steven Haberman
Professor of Actuarial Science, Bayes Business School (formerly Cass), City, University of London
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A cohort-based extension to the Lee–Carter model for mortality reduction factors
AE Renshaw, S Haberman
Insurance: Mathematics and economics 38 (3), 556-570, 2006
8342006
Lee–Carter mortality forecasting with age-specific enhancement
AE Renshaw, S Haberman
Insurance: Mathematics and Economics 33 (2), 255-272, 2003
5312003
Actuarial models for disability insurance
S Haberman, E Pitacco
Routledge, 2018
3722018
Modelling longevity dynamics for pensions and annuity business
E Pitacco, M Denuit, S Haberman
Oxford University Press, 2009
3682009
Modern actuarial theory and practice
P Booth, R Chadburn, S Haberman, D James, Z Khorasanee, RH Plumb, ...
CRC Press, 2020
3222020
Generalized linear models and actuarial science
S Haberman, AE Renshaw
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series D (The Statistician) 45 (4 …, 1996
2651996
Lee–Carter mortality forecasting: A parallel generalized linear modelling approach for England and Wales mortality projections
A Renshaw, S Haberman
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics) 52 …, 2003
2602003
Optimal investment strategies and risk measures in defined contribution pension schemes
S Haberman, E Vigna
Insurance: Mathematics and Economics 31 (1), 35-69, 2002
2022002
A comparative study of parametric mortality projection models
S Haberman, A Renshaw
Insurance: Mathematics and Economics 48 (1), 35-55, 2011
1952011
Optimal investment strategy for defined contribution pension schemes
E Vigna, S Haberman
Insurance: Mathematics and Economics 28 (2), 233-262, 2001
1872001
Dynamic approaches to pension funding
S Haberman, JH Sung
Insurance: Mathematics and Economics 15 (2-3), 151-162, 1994
1811994
On the forecasting of mortality reduction factors
AE Renshaw, S Haberman
Insurance: Mathematics and Economics 32 (3), 379-401, 2003
1732003
Optimal investment choices post-retirement in a defined contribution pension scheme
R Gerrard, S Haberman, E Vigna
Insurance: Mathematics and Economics 35 (2), 321-342, 2004
1602004
The fair valuation problem of guaranteed annuity options: The stochastic mortality environment case
L Ballotta, S Haberman
Insurance: Mathematics and Economics 38 (1), 195-214, 2006
1582006
The modelling of recent mortality trends in United Kingdom male assured lives
AE Renshaw, S Haberman, P Hatzopoulos
British Actuarial Journal 2 (2), 449-477, 1996
1321996
Projecting mortality trends: recent developments in the United Kingdom and the United States
C Wong-Fupuy, S Haberman
North American Actuarial Journal 8 (2), 56-83, 2004
1302004
Valuation of guaranteed annuity conversion options
L Ballotta, S Haberman
Insurance: Mathematics and Economics 33 (1), 87-108, 2003
1192003
The seasonal variation in mortality from cerebrovascular disease
S Haberman, R Capildeo, FC Rose
Journal of the neurological sciences 52 (1), 25-36, 1981
1171981
On age-period-cohort parametric mortality rate projections
S Haberman, A Renshaw
Insurance: Mathematics and Economics 45 (2), 255-270, 2009
1112009
On simulation-based approaches to risk measurement in mortality with specific reference to Poisson Lee–Carter modelling
AE Renshaw, S Haberman
Insurance: Mathematics and Economics 42 (2), 797-816, 2008
1092008
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