CMI Mortality Projections Model – Interim update (v01 issue date: 14/12/2020, v02 issue date: 24/02/2021)
|Working Paper 143||
Results of the CMI_2020 consultation (Issue date: 14/12/2020)
|Working Paper 141||Calibration of the CMI Model for Ireland (Issue date: 13/10/2020)|
|Working Paper 137||CMI_2020 consultation (Issue date: 21/09/2020)|
|Working Paper 135||Results of the Subscriber survey and the Committee’s future plans (Issue date: 27/07/2020)|
|Working Paper 129||CMI Mortality Projections Model: CMI_2019 (Issue date: 02/03/2020)|
|Working Paper 127||Working Paper 127 CMI Mortality Projections Model – Interim update (v01 issue date: 13/12/2019, v02 issue date: 28/01/2020, v03 issue date: 14/12/2020)|
|Working Paper 119||CMI Mortality Projections Model: CMI_2018 (v01 issue date: 07/03/2019; v02 issue date: 02/04/2019)|
|Working Paper 116||The value of the period smoothing parameter, Sk1, in CMI_2018 (Issue date: 01/02/2019)|
|Working Paper 115||
CMI Mortality Projections Model – Interim update (v01 issue date: 19/12/2018; v02 issue date 07/03/2019
|Consultation on the value of the period smoothing parameter, Sk (Issue date: 07/12/2018; response date: 18/01/2019)|
|Working Paper 111||Regular monitoring of England & Wales population mortality (Issue date: 23/10/2018; response date: 30/11/2018)|
|Working Paper 105||CMI Mortality Projections Model: CMI_2017 (v01 issue date: 01/03/2018; v02 issue date: 08/05/2018)|
|Working Paper 103||
CMI Mortality Projections Model – Mid-year update (Issue date: 08/11/2017)
|Working paper 99||
CMI Mortality Projections Model: Software user guide (v01 issue date: 27/03/2017; v02 issue date: 08/11/2017)
|Working paper 98||CMI Mortality Projections Model: Methods (Issue date: 27/03/2017)|
|Working paper 97||
CMI Mortality Projections Model: CMI_2016 (v01 issue date: 27/03/2017; v02 issue date: 08/11/2017)
|Working paper 93||CMI Mortality Projections Model: Consultation responses and plans for CMI_2016 (Issue date 29/11/2016; Reissued 02/12/2016)|
|Working paper 91||CMI Mortality Projections Model consultation - technical paper. (Issues date 31/08/2016)|
|Working paper 90||CMI Mortality Projections Model consultation. (Issue date 22/06/2016; Reissued 31/08/2016; Response date 30/09/2016 )|
|Working paper 85||Initial report on the features of high age mortality. (Issue date 16/10/2015)|
|The CMI Mortality Projections Model, CMI_2015. (Issue date 28/09/2015)|
|Recent mortality in England and Wales. (Issue date 28/09/2015. Reissued 06/10/2015)|
|The CMI format for heatmaps of mortality improvements. (Issue date 28/09/2015)|
|The release dates of future updates to the CMI Mortality Projections Model (issue date: 26/06/2015)|
|Consultation on the release date of future updates to the CMI Mortality Projections Model. (Issue date: 16/03/2015; Response date: 16/04/2015)|
|Report of the Graduation and Modelling Working Party (Issue date 06/03/2015)|
|The CMI Mortality Projections Model, CMI_2014 (Issue date: 24/11/2014; Response date: N/A)|
|Working paper 69||The CMI Mortality Projections Model, CMI_2013, and feedback on the consultation on the future of the CMI Library of Mortality Projections and the CMI Mortality Projections Model. (Issue date: 13/09/2013; Response date: N/A)|
|Consultation on the future of the CMI Library of Mortality Projections and the CMI Mortality Projections Model (Issue date: 12/4/2013; Response date: 31/05/2013)|
|The CMI Mortality Projections Model, CMI_2012 (Issue date: 08/02/2013; Response date: N/A)|
|The CMI Mortality Projections Model, CMI_2011 (Issue date: 16/09/2011)|
|Advancing the release date of the CMI Mortality Projections Model (Issue date: 04/08/2011; Response date: 09/09/2011)|
|The CMI Mortality Projections Model, 'CMI_2010' (Issue date: 23/11/2010; Response date: n/a)|
|CMI Mortality Projections Model - feedback on consultation and issue of 'CMI_2009' (Issue date: 25/11/2009)|
|A prototype mortality projections model: Part two - a detailed analysis (Issue date: 7/07/2009)|
|A prototype mortality projections model: Part one - an outline of the proposed approach (Issue date: 19/06/2009)|
|Version 1.1 of the CMI library of mortality projections (Issue date: 13/03/2009)|
|Working paper 30 and the Library of mortality projections||The CMI Library of mortality projections (Issue date: 23/11/2007)|
|The "library" of mortality projections (Issue date: 11/07/2007)|
|Stochastic projection methodologies: Lee-Carter model features, example results and implications (Issue date: 03/04/2007)|
|Stochastic projection methodologies: further progress and P-Spline model features, example results and implication (Issue date: 05/04/2006)|
|Projecting future mortality: towards a proposal for a stochastic methodology (Issue date: 20/07/2005)|
|The mortality of impaired assured lives, 1991-2002 (Issue date: 08/11/2004)|
|Considerations for the graduation of the 1999-2002 mortality experience (Issue date: 20/08/2004)|
|Projecting future mortality: a discussion paper (Issue date: 12/03/2004)|
|Responses to the draft report entitled A proposed interim basis for adjusting the 92 series mortality projections for cohort effects and further commentary thereon. (Issue date: 10/12/2002)|
|An interim basis for adjusting the 92 series mortality projections for cohort effects. (Issue date: 10/12/2002)|
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