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What can the life course approach contribute to an understanding of longevity risk?

David Blane, Bola Akinwale, Rebecca Landy, Katherine Matthews, Morten Wahrendorf, Hans-Werner Wahl, Mark Hayward, Aart Liefbroer, Gita Mishra, Isabel Ferreira, Ilona Koupil
2016 Longitudinal and life course studies  
) of whose scientific programme the present paper is a part.  ...  Acknowledgements We owe a debt of gratitude to Madhavi Bajekal, Rosalind Raine and the members of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, particularly Joseph Lu, Brian Ridsdale and Richard Willetts, for  ...  -a demographer's comment The paper by Blane et al. makes a strong case for more attention to the life--course perspective in order to better understand seminal trends in mortality and longevity.  ... 
doi:10.14301/llcs.v7i2.343 fatcat:ivigsvsahjb2bizvplr36t327u

Page 122 of The Canadian Review of Sociology Vol. 44, Issue 1 [page]

2007 The Canadian Review of Sociology  
The future of human longevity: A demographer’s perspective.” Science, No. 280, pp. 395-97 Wister, A.V. 2005. Baby Boomer Health Dynamics: How Are We Aging?  ...  “Is the second demographic transition a useful research concept: Questions and answers.” Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2004. Vienna Institute of Demography.  ... 

FRONTIER RESEARCH IN ASTROPHYSICS IN THE GRAVITATIONAL WAVE ERA - II(EXOPLANETS AND EMERGENCE OF LIFE)

L. Sabau-Graziati, F. Giovannelli
2021 Revista Mexicana de Astronomía y Astrofísica Serie de Conferencias  
In this paper we will discuss exoplanets in the habitable zone of the Milky Way, the origin of terrestrial life, and what 'intelligent' humanity is doing, in order to complete the excursion on <i>The Bridge  ...  between the Big Bang and Biology</i>, started with the paper I (Giovannelli & Sabau-Graziati, 2020).  ...  Acknowledgments: This research has made use of "The NASA's Astrophysics Data System".  ... 
doi:10.22201/ia.14052059p.2021.53.43 fatcat:ken4hwt2ufecbckvt7tl4xbcqu

A General Framework for Modelling Mortality to Better Estimate Its Relationship with Interest Rate Risks

Michel M. Dacorogna, Giovanna Apicella
2016 Social Science Research Network  
We calibrate two different specifications of the Feller process (a two-parameters Feller process and a three-parameters one) to the survival probabilities of the generation of males born in 1940 in ten  ...  The calibration provides in most of the cases a very good fit to the data extrapolated from the mortality tables.  ...  A Demographer's Reflexions on Longevity SCOR Paper n o 39 -Dynamics of Interest Rates and Mortality Indices Fair Valuation of risks Under Solvency II, the Market Value Margin (MVM) Figure 1 : 1 Survival  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2888794 fatcat:sbjdsjhhavcizoid5yfui5gwb4

Let's put demography back into economics: Population pyramids in Excel

Humberto Barreto
2017 Journal of Economic Education  
Hypothetical data are used to explain the pyramid and teach its dynamic properties, then real-world data are used to provide historical context, current demographic snapshots, and a glimpse of the future  ...  After witnessing a population explosion in the last half of the 20 th century, fertility rates are crashing throughout the world.  ...  It is also unrealistic in the sense that fertility rates will not remain constant. They adapt to economic and social conditions and predicting future values is a demographer's biggest challenge.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00220485.2017.1397577 fatcat:tlgnajnodjaqrcd7r3t7gxqmkq

Population ageing and the state of the elderly, with emphasis on aged Jamaicans

Paul Andrew Bourne
2018 MOJ Gerontology & Geriatrics  
Conflict of interest Author states that there was no conflict of interest.  ...  This approach emphasizes the longevity of the cells, in relation to the number of years the organism can live.  ...  , 49, 50 which means they are living longer but suffer more -the cost of longevity.  ... 
doi:10.15406/mojgg.2018.03.00093 fatcat:nfdngmt47jcj7lyzoaf5tu2t6m

Population Ageing and the State of the Elderly, with Emphasis on Aged Jamaicans

Paul Bourne
2018 Gerontology & Geriatrics Studies  
Such a situation will be problematic in the future, as this is associated with increased pension payouts, higher health-care expenditure, along with the accompanying demand changes that are inevitable  ...  Result:The ageing of Jamaica's population is as a result of the its decline in fertility which began in the 1960s coupled with the reduced mortality that owes itself to improvements sanitation, public  ...  This approach emphasizes the longevity of the cells, in relation to the number of years the organism can live.  ... 
doi:10.31031/ggs.2018.03.000570 fatcat:k4zg5tgwc5exzigczv7p52jb6m

Demographic Modeling of the Geography of Migration and Population: A Multiregional Perspective

Andrei Rogers
2008 Geographical Analysis  
projection models) and then continues on to tell the story of multiregional demography, its evolution and emergence as a fully developed paradigm for studying the spatial dynamics of migration and population  ...  This paper focuses on the development and evolution of migration and population redistribution modeling within the spatial context of multiregional demography.  ...  Active Life Expectancies: A Multistate Perspective A number of studies of longevity and health among the elderly published in the 1980s compared changes in total life expectancy with corresponding changes  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1538-4632.2008.00726.x fatcat:rme3qrmjxbdf5lh7vx2hzjsrai

Plant individuality: a solution to the demographer's dilemma

Ellen Clarke
2012 Biology & Philosophy  
This paper presents a philosophical treatment of the nature of biological individuals, as assessed from the perspective of plants.  ...  I argue that plants violate the formal criteria given by the most popular ways of defining individuals, leaving us with the uncomfortable prospect of omitting this kingdom altogether from the domain of  ...  and Humanities Research Council and the Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10539-012-9309-3 fatcat:2vaeea73qfgc5c2tokim3sqxey

From Divergence to Convergence: The Sex Differential in Life Expectancy in Canada, 1971-2000*

Frank Trovato, Nirannanilathu Lalu
2008 Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie  
The future of human longevity: A demographer’s perspective.” Science, No. 280, pp. 395-97 Wister, A.V. 2005. Baby Boomer Health Dynamics: How Are We Aging?  ...  in the size of the sex gap in longevity in Canada.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1755-618x.2007.tb01149.x fatcat:2bi3boemdncajoc5vefebfoxxm

Perspectives on Aging and the Elderly in the Hebrew Bible

Douglas A. Knight
2014 Interpretation (Richmond)  
The prophet continues with a description of this future as a time when people will live in comfort and free of conflict. 20 Jacob Klein, “The ‘Bane’ of Humanity: A Lifespan of One Hundred Twenty Years,  ...  The biblical text does not explicitly draw a causal relationship, but it is implied: as evil and wrong-doing increase, human longevity gradually decreases, until by the end of the book of Genesis the world  ... 
doi:10.1177/0020964313518179 fatcat:catlk6wyyvgbnlmjinrvp3cf7q

Alexander Kulischer on the demographic future of Russia

Mark Tolts
2017 Демографическое обозрение  
They were the first where the general scheme of demographic changes – now known as the concept of a "demographic transition" or "demographic revolution" – was used in predicting the demographic future  ...  The preface explains Kulischer's articles in the context of the development of demography of that period and his interest in the demographic future of Russia.  ...  is so crucial for the prospects of human longevity; this must always be emphasized" [Kahn 1930: 208] .  ... 
doi:10.17323/demreview.v4i5.8572 fatcat:krtiaot5ubd3rglzwgawjkzjyu

Towards a reconceptualising of population ageing in emerging markets

Stuart Gietel-Basten, Sergei Scherbov, Warren Sanderson
2017 Vienna Yearbook of Population Research  
Drawing on the literature on 'prospective ageing' (pioneered by Sanderson and Scherbov), we present an alternative set of ageing measurements based on a boundary for 'dependency' drawn from remaining life  ...  Using these measurements, population ageing -at least as defined here -can be seen as a much more manageable prospect for many EMs.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors are grateful to Becky Staddon and Stefanie Andruchowitz for their assistance in preparing this paper and the EMS executive committee and administrators for their support.  ... 
doi:10.1553/populationyearbook2016s041 fatcat:3xfnqugtlfbrzlvelmwwdu6iqm

Medics, Monarchs and Mortality, 1600-1800: Origins of the Knowledge-Driven Health Transition in Europe

S. Ryan Johansson
2010 Social Science Research Network  
rise in longevity were the rich and well fed, rather than the poor and chronically malnourished.  ...  Along with the poor, they therefore were left at a grave health disadvantage vis-à-vis adult members of the wealthy urban families to whose conditions the doctors were attending.  ...  Acknowledgements This research is part of a larger project begun in 1992 at Oxford University's Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, under the sponsorship of Richard Smith, and was continued with  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1661453 fatcat:j6ohah77znhnzjqllt5sqliwlm

From Gini's Approach to Present-day Demography: "Tempo Effects" on Demographic Insights (?)

Graziella Caselli
2016 Journal of Statistical Science and Application  
The last part will deal with a conclusion to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of Gini's death.  ...  qualitative aspects of demographic development, has sought a synthesis in this mutual tie.  ...  Acknowledgments I wish to thank Richard Bates for translating this essay, and Antonio Golini, Viviana Egidi, Giuseppe Gesano, and Filomena Racioppi for their careful reading of it and for the valuable  ... 
doi:10.17265/2328-224x/2016.0102.001 fatcat:j6k253c5dbdi7k6k5kehgnikq4
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