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1), and from these values we can estimate the moments like in the case of the bonus rules R. 7J. g. learning effects. For further details we refer to Borgan, Hoem, & Norberg (1981) and Gilde & Sundt (1989). An extensive study of the theory of bonus systems is presented by Boos 7!. As has already been mentioned, when looking for good bonus rules, one has to rely on the trial-and-error method. e. the expected loss) of different bonus systems one gets a measure of how much better one system is than another.

Sundt (1992a) discusses the relation between insurance rating and statistical estimation. duce rp = Ev(e); K n. =E. 3. 3A. In our presentation of the method of marginal totals we did not make any model assumptions about the mechanisms which generate the claims. We often want to make such assumptions, thus including relevant insight we may have. Pre- ' ferably we should consider the rating factors simultaneously as we did in the previous section. However, when we make more detailed model assumptions, this soon becomes messy.

The cumulative distribution of e is denoted by U. The individual premium for yearn is 7D. Let ZR,n denote the bonus class of the policy in yearn. We clearly have zR,n+l-_lkT(Z M ). R,n' n (n=O) (n=1,2, ... 1) Furthermore, Pr(ZR,n+l =zn+ 1 1(8=1J)n(ni:l (ZR,Fzi))) = Pr( T(zn,Mn)=zn+li (8=1J)n(ni:l(ZR,,=zi))) = Pr( T(zn,Mn)=zn+ 1 i 8=1J) = Pr(ZR,n+l =zn+ 1 1(8=1J)n(ZR,n=zn)) because of the assumptions about the claim numbers. Hence we see that for a given value IJ of e, the process {ZR n}r:, 1 is a homogeneous Markov chain with state space {1, ...

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