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The tax identity for Markov additive risk processes
Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability
Taxed risk processes, i.e. processes which change their drift when reaching new maxima, represent a certain type of generalizations of Lévy and of Markov additive processes (MAP), since the times at which their Markovian mechanism changes are allowed to depend on the current position. In this paper we study generalizations of the tax identity of Albrecher and Hipp (2007) from the classical risk model to more general risk processes driven by spectrally-negative MAPs. We use the Sparre Andersen risk processes with phase-type interarrivals to illustrate the ideas in their simplest form.
First-passage time, Taxed Sparre Andersen risk process, Spectrally-negative Markov additive processes
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