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An Estimation of an Old Age Mortality Rate Using CK Model and Relational Model
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An Estimation of an Old Age Mortality Rate Using CK Model and Relational Model
Jung, Kyunam; Kim, Donguk;
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Due to a rapidly aging society, the future Korea mortality rate is important for planning national financial strategies and social security policies. Old age mortality statistics are very limited in their ability to project a future mortality rate; therefore, it is essential to accurately estimate the old age mortality rate. In this paper, we show that the CK model with a Relational model as a base model provides accurate estimates of old age mortality rates.
CK model;relational model;force of mortality;life expectancy;
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