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Tax sharing in insurance markets : a useful parameterization

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      <subfield code="a">Tax sharing in insurance markets</subfield>
      <subfield code="b">: a useful parameterization</subfield>
      <subfield code="c">Christelle Viauroux</subfield>
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      <subfield code="a">We use a principalagent framework to evaluate the economic impacts of imposing a tax on insurance payment in presence of moral hazard using a Gamma conditional distribution of losses. Our results show that any tax paid by the insured would lower his effort to prevent loss, hence increasing insurance payments and decreasing profits. This result is reinforced as the insured becomes more risk averse unless the distribution of losses is uniform. We find that any decrease in the insurer's tax share would generate an overall decrease in welfare unless the insured characteristics prevent him from reacting to the policy.</subfield>
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      <subfield code="t">The Journal of risk and insurance</subfield>
      <subfield code="d">Nueva York : The American Risk and Insurance Association, 1964-</subfield>
      <subfield code="x">0022-4367</subfield>
      <subfield code="g">01/12/2014 Volumen 81 Número 4 - diciembre 2014 </subfield>
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      <subfield code="y">MÁS INFORMACIÓN</subfield>
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