The Journal of Pension Administration & Management is published by Abuja Pension School. It is a biannual journal published in July and December every year. It is to disseminate the findings of latest researches in pension and insurance industries.

The journal calls for articles from industries practitioners, academics and policy makers. Opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the policy of the organisations in which they work or of the Journal. The editor-in-chief, or the Editorial Board and publisher accept no responsibility or liability whatsoever for any inaccurate or misleading data, opinion or statement.

The editor reserves the rights to edit the materials to confirm to the style and format of the journal. Manuscripts of papers, review articles will be considered for publication on the understanding that they have not been published or submitted simultaneously for publication elsewhere. The JPAM publishes both print and digital editions.


The main goal of The Journal of Pension Administration & Management, JPAM, is to encourage and support research and inquiry in the field of Pension, Actuarial Science, Risk management and Insurance related issues. Examples of research work sought by JPAM are listed in below. The journal's audience, both as authors and as readers, includes academicians and practitioners in the field everywhere. Relevance, originality, rigor, timeliness, and quality are among the key criteria used for making decisions on submitted manuscripts.

Aims and Scope

The Journal of Pension Administration and Management (JPAM) has as its principal goal the advancement of academic excellence in research in pension matters and propagation of knowledge between professional and business world. Each issue is designed to advance the frontiers of knowledge in pension management. Articles are carefully selected to provide the reader with an analytical, theoretical or application-oriented approach to industry problems in Pension and insurance. The JPAM publishes both print and digital editions. The journal is published two times a year, July and December.

Key Areas of Interest

The journal publishes the results of research conducted in the following principal thematic areas:

  • Pension
  • Actuarial Science
  • Risk management & Insurance
  • Management/economics – this must be relevant to pension or insurance industry
  • Finance– this must be relevant to pension or insurance industry