5 edition of financial theory of pricing property-liability insurance contracts found in the catalog.
financial theory of pricing property-liability insurance contracts
Stephen P. D"Arcy
|Statement||Stephen P. D"Arcy, Neil A. Doherty.|
|Series||S.S. Huebner Foundation monograph series ;, monograph no. 15, S.S. Huebner Foundation monograph series ;, no. 15.|
|Contributions||Doherty, Neil A.|
|LC Classifications||HG8026 .D37 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||87081433|
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This paper reviews the theory of financial pricing of insurance and proposes some extensions. The review covers the insurance capital asset pricing model CAPM, discounted cash-flow models, and option pricing Cited by: Financial Pricing Models in Property/Liability Insurance The Basic Formula Financial Premium = Present Value of Expected Loss & Expense (at risk-adjusted rate) MINUS Present Value of Default Option PLUS Cost of Capital Actuarial Premium = PV of Expected L&E (risk-free rate) + “Risk Load” Financial Formula is an “Equilibrium Model” Determines “fair” premium to financial theory of pricing property-liability insurance contracts book.
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This paper presents a new approach for pricing insurance contracts, based both on economic and probabilistic arguments. The novel property of this approach is that it uses the demand for insurance to find the optimal premium an insurer should charge.
Our approach stands in contrast to the standard loading factor methods used in actuarial science, where the number of insureds is constant. Insurance needs a coherent pricing theory. Current actuarial pricing does not account for the optionality offered by insurance contracts.
It is loss estimation rather than pricing and will only generate acceptable results under elusive conditions. Promoting a common understanding of the difference between these two terms is essential in moving our.
One of the methods of pricing insurance contracts is the zero-utility principle (see Gerber, ). It is based on a belief that people use a subjective utility function while making decisions under risk and can properly evaluate the probabilities of gains and losses.
However, in reality, these assumptions are usually incorrect. This chapter provides a comprehensive survey of the literature on the financial pricing of property-liability insurance and provides some extensions of the existing literature. Financial prices for insurance reflect equilibrium relationships between risk and return or, minimally, avoid the creation of arbitrage opportunities.
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