Projection of Impaired Life Expectancy in Individuals in the United Kingdom Using Mortality Ratios
AffiliationUniversity of Chester; University of Stirling; University of Oxford
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AbstractProjections of life expectancy are widely used in medicine, actuarial practice, and in the medicolegal and insurance fields. For individuals considered to have average future survival, nationally-derived life expectancy tables are available, referred to as the Ogden Tables. In the United Kingdom, updated tables (the 8th edition) were published in July 2020. We have calculated impaired projected life expectancies for the United Kingdom based on age and gender, derived from the 8th edition of the Ogden Tables together with various assumed lifelong mortality ratios.
CitationJones, D. B., Gray, N. R., Reid, M., & Scott, W. F. (2022). Projection of impaired life expectancy in individuals in the United Kingdom using mortality ratios. Journal of Insurance Medicine, 49(2), 105–113. https://doi.org/10.17849/insm-49-02-02
PublisherAmerican Academy of Insurance Medicine
JournalJournal of Insurance Medicine
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