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 William Lim

William Lim

Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies & Statistics

Associate Lecturer
Email: william.lim@anu.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 612 50836
Office: Room 4.12, CBE Bld (26C)

Research areas

Superannuation and retirement income; Computational economics; Long-term care insurance.


William Lim is an Associate Lecturer of Actuarial Studies. William’s research interests are in superannuation and retirement income, computational economics and long-term care insurance. He is currently exploring decumulation strategies for retirees. William’s research has been published in Journal of Population Research.

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Research publications

(with Bridget Browne, Gaurav Khemka and David Pitt) 2019, ‘A method for calculating the implied no-recovery three-state transition matrix using observable population mortality incidence and disability prevalence rates for the elderly.’ Journal of Population Research, Forthcoming. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12546-019-09226-9


Research engagement and outreach

Exemption committee Member, for the Foundation Program (Actuaries Institute)



Current Teaching:

ACST4062/8032 Actuarial Data Analysis

Other Teaching:

ACST4032/8041 Actuarial Control Cycle 2

STAT2001/2013/6013 Introductory Mathematical Statistics for Actuarial Studies


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