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This paper considers a bidimensional delay-claim risk model with constant force of interest, in which each main claim may induce a delayed claim after a random time. Specifically, if the main claims and delayed claims follow the subexponential distributions with some dependence structure, we...
The paper deals with the problem of possible ruin when providing insurance coverage for an epidemic. The model studied is an SIS type epidemic which generalizes the well-known logistic model. Contractually, the premiums are paid by susceptible people while the care costs are reimbursed to...
In this paper, we study a generalized version of the expected time in the red and the expected area in red introduced in Loisel (2005). We derive some expressions for this risk measure both in light tailed and heavy tailed cases for general risk processes. Then, some further expressions are...
This paper investigates the hitting time problems of sticky Brownian motion and their applications in optimal stopping and bond pricing. We study the Laplace transform of first hitting time over the constant and random jump boundary, respectively. The results about hitting the constant boundary...
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