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- Claims reserving in general insurance. Hindley, D.J. Cambridge University Press, 2017. ISBN 9781107076938.
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Open source ‘R’ code relating to the Appendix: https://github.com/djhindley/shiny-server/tree/master/claimsreserving
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- Credible claims reserves: the Benktander method. Mack, T. ASTIN Bulletin (2000) 30(2): 333-347.
https://doi.org/10.2143/AST.30.2.504639 (Access article after member login to the IFoA Actuarial Knowledge Hub or via OpenAthens - see special instructions below*)
- A practitioner's guide introduction to stochastic reserving: the one-year view. Scarth, R.; Jain, S.; and, Cerchiara, R.R. Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, 2020.
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