Weighted power mean copulas: Theory and application
AbstractIt is well known that the arithmetic mean of two possibly different copulas forms a copula, again. More general, we focus on the weighted power mean (WPM) of two arbitrary copulas which is not necessary a copula again, as different counterexamples reveal. However, various conditions regarding the mean function and the underlying copula are given which guarantee that a proper copula (so-called WPM copula) results. In this case, we also derive dependence properties of WPM copulas and give some brief application to financial return series. --
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Copulas; generalized power mean; max id; left tail decreasing; tail dependence;
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