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Accounting for short samples and heterogeneous experience in rating crop insuranceAuthor(s): Julia I. Borman; Barry K. Goodwin; Keith H. Cobel; Thomas O. Knight; Rod Rejesus
Source: Volume 73, Issue 1, pp. 88-101
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionThe purpose of this paper is to be an academic inquiry into rating issues confronted by the US Federal Crop Insurance program stemming from changes in participation rates as well as the weighting of data to reflect longer-run weather patterns.
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CitationBorman, Julia I.; Goodwin, Barry K.; Cobel, Keith H.; Knight, Thomas O.; Rejesus, Rod. 2013. Accounting for short samples and heterogeneous experience in rating crop insurance. Agricultural Finance Review, Volume 73, Issue 1, pp. 88-101. 16 p.
KeywordsCrop insurance, Loss distribution, Crops, Insurance
- Big assumptions for small samples in crop insurance
- Copula-based models of systemic risk in U.S
- Value-at-risk and models of dependence in the U.S federal crop insurance program
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