Arrangement infringement possibility approach: some economic features of large-scale events
Alexander Harin ()
Economics Bulletin, 2004, vol. 28, issue 11, A0
The definition of an arrangement infringement has been given. Several characteristics of hurricanes as large-scale events and the objectives for the first stages of an insurance data analysis have been sketched out. Scale hypotheses, insurance and investment problems have been formulated. The generalized items of the first stage of the research are: a simple example of an application of the arrangement infringement possibility approach the first basic hypothesis and the general introduction to the approach fine effects the second basic hypothesis and some mathematic models involved formal methods and applications.
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