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Industry effect

\ˈɪndəstri\ \ɪˈfɛkt\

An industry effect is when people working in a specific industry experience significantly different mortality rates than people with similar characteristics (i.e., similar rating factors) working in other industries.

The presence of an industry effect can introduce extra basis risk when referring to a wider data set to predict longevity.

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