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Ruin probabilities for a double renewal risk model with frequent premium arrivals

Department of Statistics and Actuarial-Financial Mathematics, University of the Aegean, Karlovassi,GR-83 200 Samos, Greece

Special Issues: Computational Finance and Insurance

In this paper a double renewal risk model is studied. The claims represent an i.i.d.sequence of random variables and the premiums represent another sequence of random variables withextended negative dependence. The corresponding two arrival processes have di erent intensities,which correspond to consideration of frequent arrivals of premiums. The ultimate ruin probability isasymptotically estimated when the initial capital tends to infinity
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Keywords asymptotics; premium process; claim process

Citation: Dimitrios G. Konstantinides. Ruin probabilities for a double renewal risk model with frequent premium arrivals. Quantitative Finance and Economics, 2018, 2(3): 717-732. doi: 10.3934/QFE.2018.3.717


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