Predictive Modeling Applications in Actuarial Science
- Book Content
- About the Book
- Volume 1
- Predictive Modeling Foundations
- Predictive Modeling Methods
- Bayesian and Mixed Modeling
- Longitudinal Modeling
- Volume 2
- Generalized Linear Model
- Extensions of the Generalized Linear Model
- Unsupervised Predictive Modeling Methods
Applications on Current Problems in Actuarial Science
- Chapter 8 - The Predictive Distribution of Loss Reserve Estimates over a Finite Time Horizon
- Chapter 9 - Finite Mixture Model and Workers’ Compensation Large-Loss Regression Analysis
- Chapter 10 - A Framework for Managing Claim Escalation Using Predictive Modeling
- Chapter 11 - Predictive Modeling for Usage-Based Auto Insurance
The two volume series has been published by Cambridge University Press. The predictive modeling book series is part of their International Series on Actuarial Science.
The Casualty Actuarial Society and the Canadian Institute of Actuaries are sponsoring the series. In addition to financial support, they have helped guide the development of the series to support their educational missions. In particular, they have provided many reviewers to influence the development.
This series is written by members of the actuarial profession and is for members of the actuarial profession. Book royalties will go to the Actuarial Foundation, a widely respected charitable organization that promotes actuarial scholarship, as well as its Canadian counterpart, the Actuarial Foundation of Canada.