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Bayes Risk Comparison for Non-Life Insurance Risk Estimation
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 Title & Authors
Bayes Risk Comparison for Non-Life Insurance Risk Estimation
Kim, Myung Joon; Woo, Ho Young; Kim, Yeong-Hwa;
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 Abstract
Well-known Bayes and empirical Bayes estimators have a disadvantage in respecting to overshink the parameter estimator error; therefore, a constrained Bayes estimator is suggested by matching the first two moments. Also traditional loss function such as mean square error loss function only considers the precision of estimation and to consider both precision and goodness of fit, balanced loss function is suggested. With these reasons, constrained Bayes estimators under balanced loss function is recommended for non-life insurance pricing.; however, most studies focus on the performance of estimation since Bayes risk of newly suggested estimators such as constrained Bayes and constrained empirical Bayes estimators under specific loss function is difficult to derive. This study compares the Bayes risk of several Bayes estimators under two different loss functions for estimating the risk in the auto insurance business and indicates the effectiveness of the newly suggested Bayes estimators with regards to Bayes risk perspective through auto insurance real data analysis.
 Keywords
Bayes risk;insurance risk;balanced loss function;constrained Bayes estimator;
 Language
Korean
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