Saturday, June 9 / 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM   •   Auditorium QD

Session 116:
Mortality from a Cohort Perspective

Chair: Tobias Vogt, Population Research Centre, University of Groningen

  1. Detecting Public Health Crises: APC-Detrended Methodology and Residuals in a 25-Country, 35-Year Mortality MatrixLouis Chauvel, University of Luxembourg ; Anja Leist, University of Luxembourg ; Herbert Smith, University of Pennsylvania

  2. Lifespan Inequality in Denmark, Sweden and Norway: How Long until Denmark Reduces the Gap?José Manuel Aburto, MaxO, University of Southern Denmark ; Rune Lindahl-Jacobsen, MaxO, University of Southern Denmark ; James W. Vaupel, Max-Planck Odense Center, Department of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark ; Maarten Wensink, MaxO, University of Southern Denmark

  3. After the mortality improvements of the Golden Cohort, how has the Baby Boom generation fared? Good news and bad news.Marion Burkimsher, University of Lausanne

  4. Debunking the Myth of Italian Longevity? a Cohort Approach.Stefano Mazzuco, University of Padova ; Lucia Zanotto, University of Padova

  5. How Has the Lower Boundary of Human Mortality Evolved and Has It Already Stopped Decreasing?Marcus Ebeling, University of Rostock & Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

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