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Computing Ruin Probability Using the GPH Distribution
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 Title & Authors
Computing Ruin Probability Using the GPH Distribution
Yoon, Bok Sik;
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 Abstract
Even though ruin probability is a fundamental value to determine the insurance premium and policy, the complexity involved in computing its exact value forced us resort to an approximate method. In this paper, we first present an exact method to compute ruin probability under the assumption that the claim size has a GPH distribution, Then, for the arbitrary claim size distribution, we provide a method computing ruin probability quite accurately by approximating the distribution as a GPH. The validity of the proposed method demonstrated by a numerical example. The GPH approach seems to be valid for heavy-tailed claims as well as usual light-tailed claims.
 Keywords
Ruin Probability;Insurance;GPH Distribution;Pollaczeck-Kinchine Formula;
 Language
Korean
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