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Optimal Premium Pricing in a Competitive Stochastic Insurance Market with Incomplete Information

"This paper examines a #stochastic one-period #insurancemarket with incomplete information. The aggregate amount of #claims follows a compound #poisson distribution. #insurers are assumed to be exponential utility maximizers, with their degree of #riskaversion forming their private information. A premium strategy is defined as a map between risk types and premium rates. The optimal premium strategies are denoted by the pure-strategy #bayesian #nash equilibrium, whose existence and uniqueness are demonstrated under specific conditions for the demand function..."


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