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Multivariate risk sharing and the derivation of individually rational Pareto optima

Alain Chateauneuf (), Mina Mostoufi and David Vyncke ()
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David Vyncke: Universiteit Gent - Vakgroep Toegepaste Wiskunde en Informatica

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Abstract: Considering that a natural way of sharing risks in insurance companies is to require risk by risk Pareto optimality, we offer in case of strong risk aversion, a simple computable method for deriving all Pareto optima. More importantly all Individually Rational Pareto optima can be computed according to our method.

Keywords: individually rational Pareto optima; Multivariate risk sharing; comonotonicity; Partage de risque multivarié; comonotonicité; optimum de Pareto individuellement rationnel (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Date: 2014-01
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Published in 2014

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