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34/19: Financial literacy and precautionary insurance Downloads
Christian Kubitza, Annette Hofmann and Petra Steinorth
33/19: Making the square-root formula compatible with capital allocation Downloads
Joachim Paulusch and Sebastian Schlütter
32/18: The existence of the Miyazaki-Wilson-Spence equilibrium with continuous type distributions Downloads
Irina Gemmo, Christian Kubitza and Casey Rothschild
31/18: The pitfalls of central clearing in the presence of systematic risk Downloads
Christian Kubitza, Loriana Pelizzon and Mila Getmansky
30/17: Persistence of insurance activities and financial stability Downloads
Christian Kubitza and Fabian Regele
29/17: Rising interest rates, lapse risk, and the stability of life insurers Downloads
Elia Berdin, Helmut Gründl and Christian Kubitza
28/17: Scenario-based capital requirements for the interest rate risk of insurance companies Downloads
Sebastian Schlütter
27/17: Corporate governance of insurance firms after Sovency II Downloads
Michele Siri
26/17: The fair surrender value of a tontine Downloads
Jan-Hendrik Weinert
25/17: Transparency aversion and insurance market equilibria Downloads
Irina Gemmo, Mark J. Browne and Helmut Gründl
24/16: Life insurance and demographic change: An empirical analysis of surrender decisions based on panel data Downloads
Irina Gemmo and Martin Götz
23/16: Interest rate risk, longevity risk and the solvency of life insurers Downloads
Elia Berdin
22/16: The modern tontine: An innovative instrument for longevity risk management in an aging society Downloads
Jan-Hendrik Weinert and Helmut Gründl
21/16: A stochastic forward-looking model to assess the profitability and solvency of European insurers Downloads
Elia Berdin, Cosimo Pancaro and Christoffer Kok
20/16: Systemic risk: Time-lags and persistence Downloads
Christian Kubitza and Helmut Gründl
19/15: Insurance activities and systemic risk Downloads
Elia Berdin and Matteo Sottocornolay
18/14: The effects of contingent convertible (CoCo) bonds on insurers' capital requirements under Solvency II
Tobias Niedrig and Helmut Gründl
17/14: Market reaction to transparency: An empirical study on life insurance demand in Europe Downloads
Ming Dong
16/14: "And lead us not into temptation": Presentation formats and the choice of risky alternatives Downloads
Franca Glenzer, Helmut Gründl and Christian Wilde
15/14: The effects of a low interest rate environment on life insurers
Elia Berdin and Helmut Gründl
14/14: The impact of firm-level transparency on the ex ante risk decisions of insurers: Evidence from an empirical study Downloads
Ming Dong
13/13: Solvency II: A driver for mergers and acquisitions?
Rayna Stoyanova and Helmut Gründl
12/12: The risk-shifting behavior of insurers under different guarantee schemes
Ming Dong, Helmut Gründl and Sebastian Schlütter
11/12: Will Solvency II market risk requirements bite? The impact of Solvency II on insurers' asset allocation
Dirk Höring
10/12: Safety versus affordability as targets of insurance regulation in an opaque market: A welfare approach
Rayna Stoyanova and Sebastian Schlütter
09/12: Optimal investment strategies for insurance companies in the presence of standardised capital requirements
Katharina Fischer and Sebastian Schlütter
08/11: Who benefits from building insurance groups? A welfare analysis of optimal group capital management
Sebastian Schlütter and Helmut Gründl
07/11: The role of frictional costs for insurance pricing and insurer default risk
Sebastian Schlütter
06/11: Be as safe as possible: A behavioral approach to the optimal corporate risk strategy of insurers
Anja Zimmer, Helmut Gründl and Christian Schade
05/11: Risk management's place in an organisation: A tradeoff between independence and co-ordination
Dirk Höring and Helmut Gründl
04/11: Life care annuities: Trick or treat for insurance companies?
Zhou-Richter, Tian and Helmut Gründl
03/11: Capital requirements or pricing constraints? An economic analysis of measures for insurance regulation
Sebastian Schlütter
02/11: Investigating risk disclosure practices in the European insurance industry
Dirk Höring and Helmut Gründl
01/11: Stochastic mortality, macroeconomic risks, and life insurer solvency
Katja Hanewald, Thomas Post and Helmut Gründl
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