Special Aspects of Insurance Economics
In this seminar, we are going to focus on some topics in actuarial science including life and non-life insurance. We are specifically dealing with how data analytics is used to design a better insurance contract. Further, we tackle different types of risk inherent in a life insurance contract and optimal retirement products. The seminar is based on scientific papers that summarize recent results in this area.
The seminar is suitable for Master students in Wirtschaftsmathematik, Wirtschaftswissenschaften or Finance. Previous knowledge in Personenversicherungsmathematik, and Derivatives can be helpful.
Typically, seminar papers are distributed to a group of 2 students.
The seminar performance consists of three parts:
- A seminar presentation about a selected topic. The presentation typically includes some
theoretical derivations / model introduction and some numerical part that applies the
results in a realistic setup.
Duration of the presentation: 90 minutes (including discussion).
- A written formulation of the presentation documents as a support for the participants of
a maximum length of three pages.
Delivery of the presentation documents: at least one week before the presentation via email
to an.chen(at)uni-ulm.de. The presentation documents are created jointly.
- Active participation in this seminar.
Based on the performance, every participant will be credited with an (internal) grade.