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2020 Living to 100 Monograph

Table of Contents by Session

January 13–15, 2020

Orlando, Fla.

The Living to 100 monograph is composed of session recordings and the papers, essays, and discussions presented at the symposium. Content will be released as it becomes available. 

 

Participating Organizations

Sponsors

Program

Podcasts

 

General Session I: Featured Presentation

Epigenetic Clocks
Steve Horvath

Presenters: Jean-Marc Fix, Steve Horvath

Session Recording

 

Session 1A: Management of Longevity Risk

Session Recording

 

Quantification and Management of Longevity Risk in China
Johnny Li, Kenneth Q. Zhou, Wai-Sum Chan

Abstract

Complete Paper

 

A Value-Based Longevity Index for Hedging Retirement Income Portfolios
Kevin Krahe, Jonathan Ziveyi, Michael Sherris, Andrés M Villegas

Abstract

Complete Paper

Discussant Comments: Joseph Lu

 

Session 1B: Implications to Retirement Planning

Session Recording

 

Trends in life expectancy and lifespan variation after retirement
Jesús-Adrián Alvarez, Søren Kjærgaard, Malene Kallestrup-Lamb, James W. Vaupel

Abstract

Complete Paper

 

A Study into the Impact of Preprogrammed Genetic Health Risks in Retirement Planning
N. V. Subramanyan

Abstract

Complete Paper

Discussant Comments: Sam Gutterman

 

Session 1C: Teaching Session

 

Death Is Certain, Survival Isn’t
Presenters: Kai Kaufhold, Stefan Johann Ramonat

Session Recording

 

Session 2A: Living to 100 Call for Essays

Session Recording

The following essays from the Society of Actuaries Living to 100 Call for Essays were presented.

All essays confirmed for publication can be seen here.

 

Potential for Mortality Improvement from Cognitive and Psychological Factors
Essay by Gordon Woo

 

How Growing Inequality in the United States Makes Long-Term Care Financing Reform a Lot Harder
Essay by Karl Polzer, John Cutler

 

Alcohol and Mortality
Essay by Sam Gutterman

 

Session 2B: Retirement Strategies

Session Recording

 

An Actuarial Approach to Retirement Strategy Metrics
Mark Shemtob

Abstract

Complete Paper

 

Review of the Demography of Retirement in the United States
Jacob S. Siegel

Abstract

Complete Paper

Discussant Comments: Douglas W. Andrews

 

Session 2C: Teaching Session

Data Validation
Presenters: Kirill Andreev, Jean-Marc Fix, Natalia Gavrilova, Thomas Perls, Jean-Marie Robine

Session Recording

 

Session 3A: Aging Measurement and Mortality Modeling 1

Session Recording

 

Multipopulation Longevity Models: A Spatial Random Field Approach
Nhan Huynh, Mike Ludkovski, Howard Zail

Abstract

Complete Paper

 

The Application of Affine Processes in Cohort Mortality Risk Models
Zhiping Huang, Michael Sherris, Andrés M Villegas, Jonathan Ziveyi

Abstract

Complete Paper

Discussant Comments: Thomas P. Edwalds

 

Session 3B: Mortality Improvement

Session Recording

 

Does Migration Result in Mortality Improvement: A Case Study in Taiwan
Chih-Kai Chang, Jack C. Yue, Yen-Wen Chen, Ting-Chung Chang

Abstract

Complete Paper

 

Mortality Trends: An International Perspective
Adrian Gallop

Discussant Comments: Al Klein

 

Session 3C: Panel

How Will Developments in the Biology of Aging Affect Actuaries and Actuarial Practice?
Presenters: Sam Gutterman, Joseph Lu, Anna Rappaport

Session Recording

 

General Session II:  Panel

 

Beyond Age 85: Understanding Retirement Needs, Risks and Experiences
Presenters: Sally Hass, Anna Rappaport

Session Recording

 

General Session III: Featured Presentation

 

Retirement Security:  It’s Not Just About Money
Jacquelyn B. James

Presenters: Jean-Marc Fix, Jacquelyn B. James

Session Recording

 

Session 4A: Mortality Patterns

Session Recording

 

Demographic Perspectives on the Rise of Longevity
James W. Vaupel, Francisco Villavicencio,  Marie-Pier Bergeron Boucher

Abstract

Complete Paper

Discussant Comments: Erwin J. Tan

 

Session 4B: Housing, Health and Social Support of the Elderly

Session Recording

 

Does Living in a Retirement Village Extend Life Expectancy? The Case of Whiteley Village
Les Mayhew, Ben Rickayzen, David Smith

Abstract

Complete Paper

 

Health and Social Care Analysis Regarding the State of Canadian Women Living in the Alone Stage of Retirement
Douglas Andrews, Lori Curtis

Abstract

Complete Paper

Discussant Comments: Anna Rappaport

 

Session 4C: Teaching Session

 

Mortality Modeling: Relational Models
Presenters: W. Ward Kingkade, Nadine Ouellette

Session Recording

 

Session 5A: Multipopulation Mortality Modeling

Session Recording

 

Calibrating Mortality Processes with Trend Changes to Multipopulation Data
Matthias Börger, Justin Schoenfeld, Johannes Schupp

Abstract

Complete Paper

 

The Mathematical Mechanism of Biological Aging
Boquan Cheng, Bruce Leonard Jones, Xiaoming Liu, Jiandong Ren

Abstract

Complete Paper

Discussant Comments: Leonid Gavrilov

 

Session 5B: Pensions and Longevity Risk

Session Recording

 

Fully Funded Pensions for Centenarians
Jonathan Barry Forman

Abstract

Complete Paper

 

How Amending Old-Age Security Would Improve the State of Canadian Women Living in the Alone Stage of Retirement
Lori J. Curtis, Douglas W. Andrews

Abstract

Complete Paper

Discussant Comments: Robert L. Brown

 

Session 5C: Teaching Session

Long-Term Care Modeling
Presenters: Kai Kaufhold, Benoit G. Miclette

Session Recording

 

General Session IV:  Panel

Mortality Projection from a Social Security Panel
Presenters: Assia Billig, Stephen C. Goss, Adrian Gallop, Sam Gutterman

Session Recording

 

General Session V: Panel

Public Policy and Long Life: What Challenges Are Facing Policy Makers around the World, and How Are They Dealing with Them?
Presenters: John Cutler, Dale Hall, Jim Toole, John Turner

Session Recording

 

General Session VI: Featured Presentation

The Insurance Industry’s Response to the Worldwide Aging Crisis
Ronnie Klein

Presenters: Jean-Marc Fix, Ronnie Klein

                          Session Recording

 

Session 6A: Aging Measurement and Mortality Modeling 2

Session Recording

 

Rotation of the Age Pattern of Mortality Improvements in European Union Member States
Peter Vekas

Abstract

Complete Paper

 

Short- and Long-Term Dynamics of Cause-Specific Mortality Rates Using the Cointegration Analysis
Severine Arnold, Viktoriya Glushko

Abstract

Complete Paper

Discussant Comments: Kai Kaufhold

 

Session 6B: Disease and Longevity

Session Recording

 

Chronic Diseases and Longevity Risk: An Application to Type II Diabetes Insurance Products
Hsin-Chung Wang, Jack C. Yue

Abstract

Complete Paper

 

Living to 100 – Understanding Multimorbidities
Sam Gutterman

Abstract

Complete Paper

Discussant Comments: Jean-Marc Fix

 

Session 6C: Teaching Session

Mortality Modeling and Projection Using Free Software R
Presenters: Joseph Lu, Andrés M Villegas

Session Recording

 

General Session VII: Panel

Demographic Perspectives on Longevity
Presenters: W. Ward Kingkade, Jean-Marie Robine, Jacob S. Siegel, Kirill Andreev, Peter Vekas

Session Recording

 

General Session VIII: Panel

What’s on the Horizon of Aging Research, and What Does It Mean to Actuaries?
Presenters: Jean-Marc Fix, Sofiya Milman, Jay Olshansky, Andrés M Villegas

Session Recording