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.
Current topic: Demographic problems of the labor market.
In the issue: Raising the retirement age and the labor market. Russian NEET youth: characteristics and typology. Inequality: how not to oversimplify the problem.
Current topic: Commuting in the Moscow region: new data.
In the issue: Opportunities for studying commuting using data of cellular operators (as exemplified by Ufa). Commuting on the labor market of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region. Migration in Moscow and the Moscow region: regional and structural features.
Current topic: Nuptiality and fertility without gender double standards.
In the issue: Cohabitation in Russia: an intermediate link or a legitimate institution. The institution of the family in Russia: on the road to transformation. Current problems of nuptiality and the marital status of the Russian population from the perspective of gender.
Current topic: Ethno-demographic balance in the South Caucasus.
In the issue: Migration and resettlement of Dargins on the plains of Ciscaucasia: stages, factors, modern features of adaptation. Trust and distrust in interethnic relations. The ethno-political situation in the North Caucasus: an expert assessment.
Current topic: How mortality decreased in Finland
In the issue: An assessment of their health by men and women in Russia, Estonia, Lithuania and Finland. Death from senility: the result of demographic policy or a tool for government bodies to simulate activity? “INVISIBLE PEOPLE”: the non-permanent population of remote rural areas of Eastern Finland.
Current topic: Emigration from Russia: the current decade
In the issue: Emigration from Russia to countries of the far abroad in the late 20 th-early 21st century. The semantics of migration terms. Motives for return migration of Russian citizens who have received higher education abroad.
Current topic: The population of Russia according to UN population prospects
In the issue: Demographic forecasts in modern Russia: an analysis of the results and a choice of hypotheses. A forecast of the dynamics of population size and dependency ratio in Western Europe until 2095. The demographic component of the territorial planning of the Tver region.
In the issue: Modest demographic results of the pronatalist family policy in the context of long-term evolution of fertility in Russia. Public policies of active ageing: evidence from the world experience. Interregional migration in Russia: age characteristics. International migration in Russia (the USSR) during the end of the 19th‒ the first third of the 20th century. The epidemiological transition in Russia: historical sight. Estimating number of children in villages of Dagestan: a comparison of data sources.
Current topic: Russian students in China
In the issue: Human resources in science and technology: the state and efficiency of their use. Approaches to the study of international migration of highly qualified professionals: mechanisms, prospects, consequences. Educational trajectories of young people from the CIS in Moscow.
Current topic: Where and in what jobs highly-educated Russians work.
In the issue: Does the Russian economy need human capital? Ten doubts. The success of the “education-job” transition: for whom is the path easier? The structure of employment of the rural population in the Central Black Earth region