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Dr. Väinö Kannisto: A Reflexion

By James W. Vaupel

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Date received:21 Feb 2002
Date published:27 Feb 2002
Word count:1008
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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)
Weblink:Finnish Life Tables since 1751, Vol. 1, Art. 1
 Measuring the Compression of Mortality, Vol. 3, Art. 6
 The Survivor Ratio Method for Estimating Numbers at High Ages, Vol. 6, Art. 1
 Odense Monographs, Vol. 1: Development of oldest-old mortality, 1950-1990
 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 W. Vaupel - Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany [Email]

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