Surplus Sharing with Coherent Utility Functions
AbstractWe use the theory of coherent measures to look at the problem of surplus sharing in an insurance business. The surplus share of an insured is calculated by the surplus premium in the contract. The theory of coherent risk measures and the resulting capital allocation gives a way to divide the surplus between the insured and the capital providers, i.e., the shareholders. View Full-Text
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Coculescu, D.; Delbaen, F. Surplus Sharing with Coherent Utility Functions. Risks 2019, 7, 7.
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Coculescu, Delia; Delbaen, Freddy. 2019. "Surplus Sharing with Coherent Utility Functions." Risks 7, no. 1: 7.
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