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Regulation and the connectedness of insurers to the banking sector: International evidence Early View

  • Journal: Risk Management and Insurance Review
  • Authors: Greg Niehaus, Jannes Rauch, Sabine Wende
  • Published Date: Dec 04, 2019

Abstract Using variation across countries and time in the degree to which regulations restrict banks and insurers from engaging in the same activities, we find that property/liability insurers'...

Kidnap and ransom insurance: A strategically useful, often undiscussed, marketplace tool for international operations Early View

  • Journal: Risk Management and Insurance Review
  • Authors: Patrick L. Brockett, Linda L. Golden, Stephan Zaparolli, Jack M. Lum
  • Published Date: Dec 03, 2019

Abstract With kidnaping rates rising, the disruptive forces of kidnaping threaten the stability and success of corporate investment projects and put stress on appropriate corporate governance response...

Funding conditions and insurance stock returns: Do insurance stocks really benefit from rising interest rate regimes? Early View

  • Journal: Risk Management and Insurance Review
  • Authors: Tyler K. Jensen, Robert R. Johnson, Michael J. McNamara
  • Published Date: Dec 05, 2019

Abstract We examine funding conditions and U.S. insurance company stock returns. Although constrained funding conditions, signaled by restrictive Federal Reserve monetary policy, correspond with...

A series of single array 2 m factorial search designs for even m Early View

  • Journal: Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics
  • Authors: Hooshang Talebi, Elham Jalali
  • Published Date: Nov 26, 2014

Summary By means of a search design one is able to search for and estimate a small set of non‐zero elements from the set of higher order factorial interactions in addition...

Posterior sampling in two classes of multivariate fractionally integrated models: corrigendum to Ravishanker, N. and B. K. Ray (1997) Australian Journal of Statistics 39 (3), 295–311 Early View

  • Journal: Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics
  • Authors: Ross Doppelt, Keith O'Hara
  • Published Date: Feb 20, 2019

We show that existing tools for Bayesian estimation of FIVARs actually produce estimates of VARFIs, distinct models of independent interest.

Error variance bias in neighbour balance and evenness of distribution designs Early View

  • Journal: Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics
  • Authors: E. R. Williams, H. P. Piepho
  • Published Date: Nov 03, 2019

This article assesses the degree of error variance bias associated with neighbour balance and evenness of distribution designs.

An alternative to confidence intervals constructed after a Hausman pretest in panel data Early View

  • Journal: Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics
  • Authors: Rheanna Mainzer, Paul Kabaila
  • Published Date: Nov 15, 2019

Summary Consider panel data modelled by a linear random intercept model that includes a time‐varying covariate. Suppose that our aim is to construct a confidence interval for the slope parameter....

SWAPTION PRICING IN AFFINE AND OTHER MODELS journal article

  • Journal: Mathematical Finance
  • Authors: Don H. Kim
  • Published Date: Nov 02, 2012

This paper shows that Singleton and Umantsev's method for swaption pricing in affine models can be simplified and extended to other models. Two alternative methods for approximating the...

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