An extension of relational methods in mortality estimation

@inproceedings{Hannerz2001AnEO,
  title={An extension of relational methods in mortality estimation},
  author={Harald Hannerz},
  year={2001}
}
Actuaries and demographers have a long tradition of using collateral data to improve mortality estimates. Three main approaches have been used to accomplish the improvement — mortality laws, model life tables, and relational methods. The present paper introduces a regression model that incorporates all of the beneficial principles from each of these approaches. The model is demonstrated on mortality data pertaining to various groups of Swedish people holding a life insurance policy. 1… CONTINUE READING

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