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Spreeuw, J. (2014)
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: HG

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arxiv: Statistics::Other Statistics
The inverse of the (additive) generator of an Archimedean copula is a strictly decreasing and convex function, while utility functions (applying to risk averse decision makers) are nondecreasing and concave. This provides a basis for deriving an inverse generator of an Archimedean copula from a utility function. If we derive the inverse of the generator from the utility function, there is a link between the magnitude of measures of risk attitude (like the very common Arrow-Pratt coefficient of absolute risk aversion) and the strength of dependence featured by the corresponding Archimedean copula. Some new copula families are derived, and their properties are discussed. A numerical example about modelling dependence of coupled lives is included.
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