Value at Risk (VaR) is used to illustrate the maximum potential loss under a given confidence level, and is just a single indicator to evaluate risk ignoring any information about income. The present paper will generalize one-dimensional VaR to two-dimensional VaR with income-risk double indicators. We first construct a double-VaR with
) indicators, and deduce the joint confidence region of
) by virtue of the two-dimensional likelihood ratio method. Finally, an example to cover the empirical analysis of two double-VaR models is stated.
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