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Mortality research working group report

Wright, R.E. and Gallop, A. and Grimshaw, D. (2008) Mortality research working group report. Discussion paper. Board of Actuarial Standards Discussion Paper, London.

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Abstract

The Mortality Research Working Group has considered how actuaries can draw on information and techniques from a number of different research areas. This report does not claim to be comprehensive, but reflects the opinions of the group members. There are some differences of opinion among the members of the group, reflecting the lack of consensus in the wider research community over a number of issues, so not every member of the group agrees with every opinion that is expressed.