Mortality changes and life expectancy among ordinary assured lives in Kenya over the triennium 2000-2002
The mortality table for a given population is an important tool not only in terms of general actuarial and demographic studies, but also for public policy planning and private costing of certain services. It is widely used for a number of situations ranging from forecasts and demand studies for health services, estimations of the school age population and labor market, to cost estimates for social security and insurance premiums. Due to its crucial importance in problem analysis of diverse natures, a precise estimation is often required.
CitationPGD- Actuarial Science
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School of Mathematics, University of Nairobi
Postgraduate diploma in Actuarial Science