Premiums for benefits and expenses
Premiums for benefits and expenses discusses premiums for benefits and expenses. It defines and studies the loss-at-issue random variable in general as well as with premiums determined by the Equivalence Principle. Details are derived only for an example in the fully-discrete case. It contains about 4 pages of text. Here is the table of contents:
- 1.1 Introduction
- 1.2 The loss-at-issue random variable 0Lb&e and the Equivalence Principle
- 1.3 Expense types
- 1.4 Analysis of a model problem
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