Volume 29 - Article 38 | Pages 999–1038

Old age mortality in Eastern and South-Eastern Asia

By Danan Gu, Patrick Gerland, Kirill F. Andreev, Nan Li, Thomas Spoorenberg, Gerhard Heilig

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