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Risks, Volume 5, Issue 2 (June 2017)
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Cover Story Actuarial Geometry studies how the shape of an aggregate loss distribution changes as expected loss [...] Read more. Actuarial Geometry studies how the shape of an aggregate loss distribution changes as expected loss volume changes. The theory of Markov processes implies Levy processes are straight lines even though their distribution changes shape as expected losses increase. In contrast, an asset-return model retains a constant shape but represents a curved path. The difference is significant in the theory of risk measures and capital allocation, which are based on marginal changes in loss volume. In the figure the Levy process (red) is a great circle straight line whereas the asset model (blue) is a curved path. Growth along the two paths results in different measures of marginal risk (top right). View this paper