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Dr. Väinö Kannisto: A Reflexion

By James Vaupel

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Date received:21 Feb 2002
Date published:27 Feb 2002
Word count:1008
DOI:10.4054/DemRes.2002.6.5
Additional files:Vaino Kannisto and his wife in 2000 (JPG file, 52 kB)
 Vaino Kannisto on a visit to the Max Planck Institute in 1999 (JPG file, 79 kB)
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 Odense Monographs, Vol. 3: The Advancing Frontier of Survival
 Odense Monographs, Vol. 5: The Force of Mortality at Ages 80 to 120
 

Abstract

This reflexion is published in memory of Väinö Kannisto, who died unexpectedly on 16 February 2002.

Author's Affiliation

James Vaupel - Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany [Email]

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