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.
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
Current topic: 2015 Microcensus casts doubt on effectiveness of measures to stimulate fertility.
In the issue: Transformation of the family in Russia and China: A Comparative Analysis. Values of parenthood: structure, types, resources. Nigeria’s Population Bomb.
Current topic: Such is old age…
In the issue: “Normal labor potential” and age discrimination. Labor activity of the retirement-age population as a factor of social and economic development of the territory. Labor activity of a population’s “third age” in conditions of demographic aging of the population (using the example of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)). The social exclusion of older age groups: socio-economic aspects.
Current topic: The abortion ban: refresh your memory.
In the issue: A sociological portrait of infanticide in the United States at the turn of the 21st century: victims and perpetrators. Studying the opinions of women’s views on the causes of abortion. Socio-economic factors of children’s health in Russia. Russians’ spending on drugs: what has changed during the crisis?
Current topic: Suicide in Russia.
In the issue: Territorial features of suicide prevalence in the Russian Federation. Alcohol and suicide in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus: a comparative analysis of trends. Suicide in the polar regions.
In the issue: The modest results of the pronatalist policy against the background of long-term evolution of fertility in Russia. Mortality in Moscow and other megacities of the world: similarities and differences. Influence of demographic transformation in the system of private intergenerational transfers. Rejuvenation of the motherhood in Dagestan: a tendency or an artefact? Tatars of the Ryazan region in the XX century: geography of settlement, population dynamics, migration trends. The use of population registers for recording and analysis of cohabitation.
Current topic: Youth migration in Russia
In the issue: Student migration in the North Caucasus: causes, geography and potential problems. On the impact of migration on the age structure of the population in the regions, cities and districts of Russia. The age structure of the population of Russia and its impact on internal migration. A comparative analysis of the dynamics of the migration increase among the elderly population of the Samara region.