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I'm writing my bachelor (the argument is the Compound Poisson Process applied to insurance) and I need an example to complete it.

I need an application of Panjer recursion scheme (for example something like stop-loss reinsurance) but I need some examples with numbers and graph.

Someine can help me?

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The wiki article on Panjer recursion has a graph as well as link to VoseSoftware online docs. – Sasha Sep 23 '11 at 1:06
You may ask it on – Ilya Sep 23 '11 at 16:13

seems like magazine "Insurance Mathematics and Economics" has relevant topics

take a look at amazon list for "Insurance Mathematics and Economics" keyword search.

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