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See also: Boni
- plural of
- 2000, “Part IV. Asymmetric Information: Empirical Analysis”, in Georges Dionne, editor, Handbook of Insurance, Kluwer Academic Publishers, →ISBN, “14. Experience Rating through Heterogeneous Models”, “2. Tariff Structures and Experience Rating Schemes in the Insurance Industry”, page 462:
- The optimal bonus-malus systems described in this paper compute coefficients which are equal to one on average whatever are the rating factors. This fairness property is not fulfilled by bonus-malus systems such as the French one. If the boni and mali do not depend on the frequency of claims, the average bonus-malus coefficient increases with the frequency.
- 2012, Fan Wu, “Appendix 6: Experimental instructions of career perspective: Ex_Ante_ Offer treatment”, in Birgitta Wolff, editor, Implicit Incentives in International Joint Ventures: An Experimental Study, Gabler Verlag, “Step 1 – the Investors offer boni”, page 207:
- The Manager will see how much bonus each investor has offered. At the end of the round, the Manager receives the greater of the two boni.
- 2017, Kunibert Raffer, “5. Greece: An EU-Inflicted Catastrophe”, in Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky, Kunibert Raffer, editors, Sovereign Debt Crises: What Have We Learned?, Cambridge University Press, →ISBN, page 75:
- Adding the FT’s analysis of the Greek slave economy one cannot but conclude that Greece was made to suffer to save bankers’ boni, while duping real payers (taxpayers in ‘rescuing’ countries), claiming everything would be repaid.
- (intransitive) to be good
Conjugation of boni
- nominative masculine plural of
- genitive masculine singular of
- genitive neuter singular of
- vocative masculine plural of
- boni in Charles du Fresne du Cange’s Glossarium Mediæ et Infimæ Latinitatis (augmented edition, 1883–1887)