Modeling Mortality with a Bayesian Vector Autoregression
AbstractMortality risk models have been developed to capture trends and common factors driving mortality improvement. Multiple factor models take many forms and are often developed and fitted to older ages. In order to capture trends from young ages it is necessary to take into account the richer age structure of mortality improvement from young ages to middle and then into older ages.
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Mortality; parameter risk; vector auto-regression; Bayesian; Heligman-Pollard model;
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