Her work in Automobile insurance tackles topics such as Actuarial science which are related to areas like Insurance fraud and Insurance industry. Insurance fraud is closely attributed to Actuarial science in her work. Her Programming language study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Offset (computer science) and Crash. Her Offset (computer science) study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Programming language. By researching both Econometrics and Panel data, she produces research that crosses academic boundaries. She merges many fields, such as Statistics and Applied mathematics, in her writings. Montserrat Guillén undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Applied mathematics and Statistics in her work. While working in this field, she studies both Telecommunications and Telematics. In her articles, she combines various disciplines, including Telematics and Telecommunications.
Econometrics and Statistics are two areas of study in which Montserrat Guillén engages in interdisciplinary work. She integrates Statistics with Econometrics in her study. Actuarial science is closely attributed to Automobile insurance in her research. Her Automobile insurance study frequently links to other fields, such as Actuarial science. She incorporates Finance and Risk management in her research. Montserrat Guillén carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Risk management and Finance. She merges Telecommunications with Telematics in her study. Telematics and Telecommunications are two areas of study in which she engages in interdisciplinary research.
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DETECTION OF AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRAUD WITH DISCRETE CHOICE MODELS AND MISCLASSIFIED CLAIMS
Manuel Artis;Mercedes Ayuso;Montserrat Guillen.
Journal of Risk and Insurance (2002)
Kernel density estimation for heavy-tailed distributions using the champernowne transformation
Tine Buch-larsen;Jens Perch Nielsen;Montserrat Guillén;Catalina Bolancé.
Modelling different types of automobile insurance fraud behaviour in the Spanish market
Manuel Artı́s;Mercedes Ayuso;Montserrat Guillén.
Insurance Mathematics & Economics (1999)
Risk classification for claim counts: A comparative analysis of various zero-inflated mixed Poisson and hurdle models
Jean-Philippe Boucher;Michel Denuit;Montserrat Guillén.
The North American Actuarial Journal (2007)
Employing transaction aggregation strategy to detect credit card fraud
Sanjeev Jha;Montserrat Guillen;J. Christopher Westland.
Expert Systems With Applications (2012)
Kernel density estimation of actuarial loss functions
Catalina Bolancé;Montserrat Guillen;Jens Perch Nielsen.
Insurance Mathematics & Economics (2003)
Percepción del estado de salud en varones y mujeres en las últimas etapas de la vida
E. Séculi;J. Fusté;P. Brugulat;S. Juncà.
Gaceta Sanitaria (2001)
Strategies for detecting fraudulent claims in the automobile insurance industry
Stijn Viaene;Mercedes Ayuso;Montserrat Guillen;Dirk Van Gheel.
European Journal of Operational Research (2007)
Distribution of blood concentrations of persistent organic pollutants in a representative sample of the population of Catalonia.
Miquel Porta;Magda Gasull;Elisa Puigdomènech;Mercè Garí.
Environment International (2010)
Time-varying effects when analysing customer lifetime duration, application to the insurance market
Montserrat Guillen;Jens Perch Nielsen;Tomas Scheike;Ana Maria Perez-Marin.
Research Papers in Economics (2006)
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