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Kernel Quantile-Based Estimation of Expected Shortfall
Company: Journal of Risk
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Year Of Publication: 2010
Month Of Publication: June
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Pages: 15-32
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Language: English
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Date: 8-5-2012
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The focus of this paper is on a few kernel-based ES estimators, including jackknife-based bias-correction estimators that have theoretically been documented to reduce bias. Bias reduction is particularly effective in reducing the tail estimation bias as well as the consequential bias that arises in kernel smoothing and ?nite-sample ?tting and, thus, serves as a natural approach to the estimation of extreme quantiles of asset price distributions. By taking advantage of ES as an integral of the quantile function, a new type of ES estimator is proposed. To compare the performance of the estimators, a series of comparative simulation studies are presented and the methods are applied to real data. An estimator that has an analytical form turned out to perform the best.
(volume 12, number 4)
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