Healthy aging versus demographic trends: the French case, estimated by markovian microsimulation methods

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Thiébaut , Sophie; Armstrong , Andrew; Ventelou , Bruno;
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  • Subject: [ SHS.ECO ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Economies and finances | health policy | econometrics | social security | [SHS.ECO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Economics and Finance | simulation method | health,health policy,simulation method,econometrics,social security,planning Models | health | planning Models

The Objective of this paper is to test the consequences of changes in health status of future cohorts of French elderly on healthcare expenditures. We value the precise effect of epidemiological and life expectancy changes on health expenditures for 2025 by using a mark... View more
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