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by Hanspeter Schmidli

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ISBN:
1848000022
Author:
Hanspeter Schmidli
Category:
Engineering
Language:
English
Publisher:
Springer; 2008 edition (December 21, 2007)
Pages:
258 pages
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This book provides a state of the art treatment of dynamic stochastic control problems arising in insurance, like .

This book provides a state of the art treatment of dynamic stochastic control problems arising in insurance, like investment, dividend payout and reinsurance problems. The book comprises four chapters and a comprehensive appendix about stochastic processes, risk theory, life insurance and the Black-Scholes model.

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Hanspeter Schmidli and others. that is ceded to reinsurers, and in addition it can dynamically cover parts of its remaining business using excess of loss reinsurance. It is the purpose of the following parts to give. an introduction into this field and present a survey of recent results and their. Stochastic control is well established in the finance world since the seminal. It can also dynamically control the proportion of the assets it invests in the risky asset. We seek to find the controls that maximize expected utility of assets at a terminal time.

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Stochastic Processes for Insurance and Finance. by Tomasz Rolski, Hanspeter Schmidli, V. Schmidt, Jozef L. Teugels. ISBN 9780470743638 (978-0-470-74363-8) Softcover, Wiley, 2009. Coauthors & Alternates.

1987 Schmidli: Stochastic Control in Insurance. 2008 Schneider/Weil: Stochastic and Integral Geometry. 2008 Serfozo: Basics of Applied Stochastic Processes. Centre for Mathematics and its Applications Mathematical Sciences Institute Australian National University Canberra, ACT 0200 Australia ganis. Peter Jagers Mathematical Statistics Chalmers University of Technology and Göteborg (Gothenburg) University 412 96 Göteborg Sweden Jagersmers.

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by Hanspeter Schmidli. Until now, solved examples of the application of stochastic control to actuarial problems could only be found in journals. Not any more: this is the first book to systematically present these methods in one volume. The author starts with a short introduction to stochastic control techniques, then applies the principles to several problems.

Until now, solved examples of the application of stochastic control to ac. . These examples show how verification theorems and existence theorems may be proved, and that the non-diffusion case is simpler than the diffusion case. Schmidlis brilliant text also includes a number of appendices, a vital resource for those in both academic and professional settings.

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Yet again, here is a Springer volume that offers readers something completely new. Until now, solved examples of the application of stochastic control to actuarial problems could only be found in journals. Not any more: this is the first book to systematically present these methods in one volume. The author starts with a short introduction to stochastic control techniques, then applies the principles to several problems. These examples show how verification theorems and existence theorems may be proved, and that the non-diffusion case is simpler than the diffusion case. Schmidli’s brilliant text also includes a number of appendices, a vital resource for those in both academic and professional settings.