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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.

Springer, 2019.

Article
Interregional migration in Russia at different stages of the life cycle In press

Mkrtchyan N. V., Vakulenko E.

Geo Journal. 2019.

Book chapter
Russia

Vasin S. A.

In bk.: Ageing Workforce, Social Cohesion and Sustainable Development: Political Challenges within the Baltic Sea Region. Iss. 9. Berlin: Newprint blue GmbH, Berliner Str. 13-14, 10715 Berlin, 2018. P. 47-54.

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

Artamonova A., Mitrofanova E. S.

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.


Demographic Review #4

In the issue: Generational accounts and demographic dividend in Russia. An estimation of household time transfers within households. Cities of over a million people on the mortality map of Russia. Overweight: socioeconomic factors and consequences. For fresh approaches to the socio-cultural integration of migrants. Using the World Population Policies Database to study internal migration policy. The demography of Trump’s wall. Ethnic policy: a new perspective. A demographic perspective on gender, family and health in Europe.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 797-798

In the issue:
Russian Demographic Barometer: Russia’s older generations. Gender equality will come in 108 years. Russia is the world’s HIV testing champion. A Simple Measure of Human Development: The Human Life Indicator. How is internal migration reshaping metropolitan populations in Latin America? A new method and new evidence. Has grandmother lived for that many years?

Demographic Review. English selection - 2017.

In the issue: The Russian revolution of 1917 through the prism of demographic modernization. Mortality from cardiovascular diseases and life expectancy in Russia. HIV/AIDS is reducing the number of Russians and their life expectancy. The contraceptive revolution in Russia. Russians in the republics of the North Caucasus: frontiers of geo-demographic retreat (the first half of the 21st century). Alexander Kulischer on the demographic future of Russia.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 795-796

In the issue:
World demographic barometer. Global HIV epidemic: estimates and trends 2018, regional aspects. Marriage norms. Sale of alcohol: what is the optimal “age of consent”? How often women experience violence. Immigration to Russia: a blessing or a curse? Demographic behavior in France of migrants from post-Soviet Russia.  Lecture series of prof. R. Gal (Hungary) and leading domestic experts on National Transfer (Intergenerational) Accounts. Epidemiological studies of the phenomenon of Russian mortality. Infant mortality in the Russian Empire: facts and explanations. Deaths during the New Year holidays.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 793-794

In the issue:
World demographic barometer. The HIV epidemic: estimates and trends, 2018. How many people in Russia are HIV-positive? HIV-positive people among us. International courses in "Population and Development" programs. 10 years since the death of John Hajnal.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 791-792

In the issue:
European demographic barometer. Pensioners and pensions in the EU-28. Happiness: what makes Russians happy? The horizon of planning the future. 60% of Russians have not changed jobs in over 5 years. Free medicine and compulsory health insurance as a guarantee of normal life for Russians. When competing with men for jobs, women agree to a lower than market salary. The dynamics of life expectancy in Russia over the past half century and the prospects for reaching 80+. The Famine in Ireland and Mass Migration: lessons for today.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 789-790

In the issue:
European demographic barometer. International migrants in the European Union, 2016-2017. Sex education in Europe: the current state. United Nations agencies call for banning virginity testing. The 4th Tyurukanov readings. 150 years since the birth of Viktor Vladimirovich Stepanov. Lev Tolstoy on the causes of infant mortality and how to combat it.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 787-788

In the issue:
The demographic and economic context of pension reforms in OECD countries. When does old age begin? The pension strategy of the majority of Russians is to work until old age. Attitudes towards migrant workers. Hepatitis C and what we know about it. Lev Tolstoy on the causes of infant mortality and how to combat it. Scientific Seminar of the Institute of Demography of the National Research University Higher School of Economics "Demographic Challenges of the 21st Century.

Demographic Review #3

In the issue: Rethinking the contemporary history of fertility: family, state, and the world system. Attitudes to pronatalist policy measures according to the data of the 2015 micro-census. Fertility in the republic of Moldova: European trends and national particularities. Normative attitudes to family and gender: Russian-speakers in Latvia and Estonia in a comparative perspective (based on the 2018 surveys). An evaluation of the prevalence of malignant neoplasms in Russia using an incidence-mortality model. Armenians of Russia: geo-demographic trends of the past, modern realities and prospects. Demographic development in the post-Soviet states. Review of the book “Demographic development of post-Soviet space”. Spatial pulsations of the population of modern Russia.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 785-786

In the issue:
The first demographic results of 2017 in the EU. 13 UN agencies will work together to fight tuberculosis, HIV and hepatitis in the WHO European Region. Surrogacy, adoption and organ donation - ethical issues. Investigative Committee defends rights of the fetus. 160 years since the birth of Peter Ivanovich Kurkin.