Buhlmann’s Economic Premium Principle in The Presence of Transaction Costs
This paper examines the B¨uhlmann’s equilibrium pricing model (1980) in the presence of transaction cost and derives the (multivariate) Esscher transform within the framework under some assumptions. The result reveals that the Esscher transform is an appropriate probability transform for the pricing of insurance risks even in the market with transaction costs.
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