The tariff for fire and theft car insurance: analysis with a Cox model
AbstractIn this paper we analyze the problem of identification of a tariff for a Fire & Theft Car policy for Insurance Companies. Usually companies obtain this tariff by empirical estimate of the pure rate by evaluating the impact of some personalization variables. In this paper we propose the usage of a semi-parametric Cox model, where the response variable is not the waiting time until an event, but the degree of damage because of theft or fire of a car. The proposed model allows to easily tackle typical problems in data available to the companies, like the presence of franchises, which are treated as censored data.
How to Cite
Scarpa, B. (2005). The tariff for fire and theft car insurance: analysis with a Cox model. Statistica, 65(4), 437–446. https://doi.org/10.6092/issn.1973-2201/102