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On Simple Ruin Expressions in Dependent Sparre Andersen Risk Models

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  30 January 2018

Hansjörg Albrecher
Affiliation:
University of Lausanne
Onno J. Boxma
Affiliation:
Eindhoven University of Technology and EURANDOM
Jevgenijs Ivanovs
Affiliation:
University of Lausanne
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Abstract

In this note we provide a simple alternative probabilistic derivation of an explicit formula of Kwan and Yang (2007) for the probability of ruin in a risk model with a certain dependence between general claim interoccurrence times and subsequent claim sizes of conditionally exponential type. The approach puts the type of formula in a general context, illustrating the potential for similar simple ruin probability expressions in more general risk models with dependence.

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