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Institute of Demography

Publications
Book
Migration from the Newly Independent States: 25 years after the collapse of the USSR

Edited by: M. B. Denisenko, S. Strozza, M. Light.

Springer, 2020.

Article
Intraurban social risk and mortality patterns during extreme heat events: A case study of Moscow, 2010-2017

Zemtsov S., Shartova N., Varentsov M. et al.

Health and Place. 2020. Vol. 66. P. 1-14.

Book chapter
Permanent Migration in the Post-Soviet Countries

Denisenko M. B., Mkrtchyan N. V., Chudinovskikh O.

In bk.: Migration from the Newly Independent States: 25 years after the collapse of the USSR. Springer, 2020. Ch. 3. P. 23-53.

Working paper
Modernisation of Matrimonial Behaviour of Europeans: the Search for Multi-level Determinants and their Empirical Verification

Artamonova A., Mitrofanova E.

SSRN Working Paper Series. SSRN Working Paper Series. Social Science Research Network, 2018

The Institute of Demography of NRU HSE (IDEM) was established in February 2007. The history of the Institute as a research center actually began almost 20 years earlier, in 1988, within the walls of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. The immediate predecessor of IDEM NRU HSE was the Center of Demography and Human Ecology of the Institute of Economic Forecasting of the Russian Academy of Sciences. IDEM is a scientific and educational institution. The Institute’s goals: the conduct of fundamental scientific research, the improvement of its methodology, and the training of scientific personnel. Simultaneously with the formation of the Institute in 2007, the interfaculty Department of Demography was set up within it, and in 2009 the Scientific-Educational Laboratory on Socio-Demographic Policy was opened. A master’s program on demography is being run within the Institute.


"Demoscope Weekly" ## 859-860

In the issue:
Health costs in OECD countries, 2019. Coronavirus: the fight goes on! Coronavirus: fears of Russians. Most Russians are against banning unvaccinated children from school. Employment during the pandemic. The lockdown has strengthened twice as many families as it has destroyed. When it rains it pours: consecutive weather shocks and mortality in Russia. Migration in small and medium-sized cities of Russia: the main trajectories and unresolved issues. School segregation is carried out by a city’s residents themselves. Methodological approaches to assessing mortality from COVID-19 in France.

Demographic Review #1 2020

In the issue:
Morbidity and mortality from COVID-19. The problem of data comparability. Defining the boundaries of urban agglomerations: problems, international experience, solutions and results. On the quality of the federal statistical observation of migration processes. Problems in the statistics of internal Russian migration caused by changes in accounting methods in 2011. The results of the 1939 soviet census: two problems of adequacy. French fertility is the highest in Europe. Because of its immigrants? Migration in the Post-Soviet spase.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 849-850

In the issue:
Preliminary demographic results of 2019 in Russia (part II). WHO-UNICEF-Lancet Commission: the well-being of future generations is at stake. Gender images. UN head calls himself a feminist. Audit Chamber outlines problems of children's health in Russia. Large families in Moscow. Meeting of the Demographic Section of the Central House of Scientists of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Inequality in infant mortality among the population of modern Russia. Scientific Seminar “Modern Demography” of the International Laboratory for Population and Health Research, HSE.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 847-848

In the issue: 
Preliminary demographic results of 2019 in Russia (Part I). Attitudes to payment of maternity capital for first child. How Russians build strong relationships. Buying medicine online. Most Russians would not like to emigrate abroad. What contributes to and what prevents demographic "globalization" in a developing country (using the example of fertility and marriage in Kirgizia). Scientific seminar of the Institute of Demography "Demographic challenges of the XXI century".

Demographic Review #4 2019

In the issue:
Granting citizenship to persons living abroad: Russian policy and international experience. Migrant workers from central Asia in a Siberian city: infrastructure, employment, everyday life and leisure. Models of the transition to adulthood of different Russian generations. Fertility intentions in Russia: motivation and constraints. Racial profiling: the history and current state of research.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 845-846

In the issue:
World mortality trends according to UN estimates 2019. 10 facts about modern fertility and family planning at the global level. Republic of Belarus sums up results of investigation into the situation of children and women. UN opposes “female circumcision”. Human life as a new demographic indicator: estimates for Russian regions. Meeting of the Demographic Section of the Central House of Scientists of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 843-844

In the issue:
Global fertility trends according to UN 2019 revision estimates. The future: two polls 20 years apart. Ideas of a "normal life". What languages do people in European countries speak at home? 150 years since the birth of Sergei Mikhailovich Bogoslovsky.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 841-842

In the issue:
Population of the world's cities according to UN estimates for 2018. Longer than a lifetime: the world will need another 100 years to achieve gender equality. Reproductive Rights Center launches review of abortion law in Europe. Scientific seminar "Memento mori: the sociology of death". Open lectures and presentations of HSE master's programs at Orenburg State University. In memory of Roland Pressat.

Demographic Review. English selection 2018

In the issue: Herbert Spencer: the unrecognized father of the theory of demographic transition. Rethinking the contemporary history of fertility: family, state, and the world system. Generational accounts and demographic dividend in Russia. Cities of over a million people on the mortality map of Russia. Armenians of Russia: geo-demographic trends of the past, modern realities and prospects. An evaluation of the prevalence of malignant neoplasms in Russia using an incidence-mortality model.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 839-840

In the issue:
How the world's elderly live. A bad peace or a good quarrel? The desired and the expected number of children. The quality of medical services: a request for tight control. Emigration moods. The demographic effects of smoking in Russia. Meeting of the Demographic Section of the Central House of Scientists of the Russian Academy of Sciences.