Causal Relationships Between Premiums and Losses, and Causes of the Underwriting Cycles
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KeywordsUnderwriting cycle; vector autoregressive (VAR) models; impulse response functions; premiums; losses; rational expectations; property- liability insurance; decomposition of variance. File Format: Postscript (ASCII) WITT1.ABS;
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