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Blätter der DGVFM

, Volume 10, Issue 3, pp 363–368 | Cite as

Elementares über die Altersverschiebung bei Annahme bekannter Sterbeformeln

  • Hasso HÄrlen
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Increased mortality rates of a constant proportion or corresponding to a constant increase in age produce increasing excess mortality by comparison with rates allowing for a constant addition to the rates and under quite general conditions (monotony or convexity of qx). The comparison of the effect of an age increase with that of a constant proportionate increase in the rates leads, however, to different results if one starts from different mortality formulae. The age increase produces proportionally constant (by Gompertz) or increasing (by de Moivre, Makeham, Lazarus) or decreasing (by Dormoy II) excess mortality; by Dormoy I it represents no excess mortality at all.

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