About the Journal

The Journal

The Journal of Risk Management and Insurance, ISSN 0859-3604 (Print) 2773-9260 (Online), is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research papers, comprehensive literature reviews opening future research questions, and case-studies concerning the fields of risk management or finance. The topics include but are not limited to the following:

  • risk avoidance and mitigation,
  • life and non-life insurance,
  • actuarial science,
  • corporate finance, and
  • financial accounting.

Papers are published in English, usually twice a year in June and December. All articles are freely accessible on the journal's website, and no submission fee is required.



The journal is listed in the Thai Citation Index (TCI) Tier 2 database, this is effective from January 2020.

The journal is listed in the ASEAN Citation Index (ACI), this is effective from 2015.



The journal was established in 1995, and is fully owned and operated by the Assumption University of Thailand. The president of the university, the vice president of the academic affairs and the dean of Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics serve as academic advisors. The Department of Insurance provides active professional support. The first managing editor was Mr. Sunda followed by Asst. Professor Brian Lawrence. He was replaced by Asst. Professor Dr. Nopphon Tangjitprom in 2016, who served as the managing editor of the journal until January 2020. Finally, Asst. Professor Dr. Martin Adamčík serves as the managing editor from January 2020 to date. The current management is listed under Editorial Board.


Editorial Ethics

Members of editorial board will never process a paper authored by someone from their home institution, unless it is a student's submission. As result, this journal does not publish papers written by faculty members of Assumption University of Thailand. Editors will reject papers that are plagiarised, out of the scope of the journal, or poorly written, but with exception of these they will judge papers solely based on the opinion of peer reviewers. The reviewers cannot be from the same institution as authors. This policy is effective from January 2020.



The university and the editorial board do not take responsibility for the views expressed by individual authors, they only facilitate academic publishing.