U.S. Life Expectancy Tables Extended from Age 100 to Age 120
David G. Tucek and David D. Jones. 2015. U.S. Life Expectancy Tables Extended from Age 100 to Age 120. Journal of Legal Economics 21(2): pp. 131–134
U.S. life expectancy statistics are published regularly by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The published figures run from birth through age 100 for both genders combined and separately for males and females, for the whole population, and for the white, black, Hispanic, non-Hispanic white, and non-Hispanic black populations. Here we extend the latest tables, for 2010, for all demographic groups to age 120.
|Authors||David G. Tucek and David D. Jones|
|Classification||Life and Work Life Expectancy, Misc-Not classified|
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