Modeling Claim Frequency in Indonesia Auto Insurance Using Generalized Poisson-Lindley Linear Model

Authors

  • Mardianto Karim Program Studi Statistika Universitas Islam Bandung.
  • Aceng Komarudin Mutaqin Program Studi Statistika Universitas Islam Bandung.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20956/jmsk.v16i3.9315

Keywords:

Claim Frequency Modeling of Auto Insurance, Generalized Poisson-Lindley linear model, Newton Raphson Method, AIC criteria.

Abstract

This paper will discuss the modeling of claim frequency from Indonesian auto insurance using the generalized Poisson-Lindley linear model. This modeling method assumes that the data of claim frequency are from populations that follow generalized Poisson-Lindley distribution. Generalized Poisson-Lindley linear model is an alternative to modeling count data that contains overdispersion. The parameters in the generalized Poisson-Lindley linear model can be estimated using the maximum likelihood estimation method through Newton Raphson's iteration numerical method. The data are the secondary data took from XYZ Company for the 2013 policy which is overdispersed. The data contains policyholder partial loss claims for comprehensive motor vehicle insurance products. From the research conducted it was concluded that the data is suitable to be modeled with generalized Poisson-Lindley linear models and produce better models than ordinary Poisson linear modeling because of produced the smaller AIC value. Of the 3 predictor variables that are modeled on the frequency of claims, 2 variables influenced they are the use variable and vehicle brand variable.

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Author Biographies

Mardianto Karim, Program Studi Statistika Universitas Islam Bandung.

Program Studi Statistika Universitas Islam Bandung.

Aceng Komarudin Mutaqin, Program Studi Statistika Universitas Islam Bandung.

Program Studi Statistika Universitas Islam Bandung.

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2020-04-28

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