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In this paper, we elaborate how Poisson regression models of different complexity can be used in order to model absolute transaction price changes of an exchange‐traded security. When combined with an adequate autoregressive conditional duration model, our modelling approach can be used to...
Two techniques are described for approximating distributions on the positive half‐line by combinations of exponentials. One is based on Jacobi polynomial expansions, and the other on the logbeta distribution. The techniques are applied to some well‐known distributions (degenerate, uniform,...
To exercise better control on the lower tail of the loss distribution and to easily describe the investor's risk attitude, a new class of coherent risk measures is proposed in this paper by taking the minimization of p‐norms of lower losses with respect to some reference point. We demonstrate...
In this paper, we describe a large insurance company's surplus by a Brownian motion with positive drift, which is the approximation of a classical risk process. The problem of minimizing the probability of ruin by controlling the combinational quota‐share and excess‐of‐loss reinsurance strategy...
We propose a stochastic model for the probability of default based on diffusions with given marginal distribution and autocorrelation function. The model tries to capture stylized features observed in historical default rates and is analytically tractable. Estimation procedures and expressions...
This paper focuses on the estimation of some models in finance and in particular, in interest rates. We analyse discretized versions of the constant elasticity of variance (CEV) models where the normal law showing up in the usual discretization of the diffusion part is replaced by a range of...
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