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.
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.
In the issue:
Demographic results of the first half of 2018 in Russia (Part I). Signs of population decline are increasing - for January-June of 2018 the number of Russians decreased by 89,000 people (-0.1%), leaving a mid-year total population of 146.8 million. Natural decline has increased by more than a third, net migration has decreased by a quarter compared to January-June 2017. The number of children born in January-June of 2018 decreased by 4.7% compared to the same period in 2017. The decline in total fertility accelerated in 2017In the first half of 2018, the number of registered marriages decreased by 7%, and the number of divorces by 0.7%.
Statistical analysis of factors influencing child malnutrition in Africa. A meeting of the student society "Demographer"
The meeting of the student society "Demographer" was held on November 10, 2017 and was devoted to a statistical analysis of factors affecting child malnutrition in African countries. The speaker of the meeting was Anna Lubnina, a first year student of the HSE programme "Population and Development".
Current topic: Will the demographic explosion be contained?
In the issue: Family planning programs and their impact on fertility: the experience of the developing world and the prospects for its application in Africa. A Malthusian trap in the age of globalization? Prospects for Russian Family Policy: tradition by coercion.
In the issue: Determinants of the demographic transition in the Global South. New population policy in China: «One family – two children». The demographic modernization of Iran (from the second half of the 20th to the beginning of the 21st century). How robotics and labor-saving technologies impact population change: trends and scenarios. International migration in Russia (the USSR) during the end of the 19th‒ the first third of the 20th century. International migration in the USSR in 1923-1930. Fertility in advanced societies: a review of research.
Current topic: Matrimonial Behaviour of Russians and other Europeans
In the issue: Marriage, fertility and reproduction of the maternal generation in Belarus and Ukraine: the experience of comparative analysis. Causes of divorce in modern Russia. Problems of conflict regulation in marriage and family relations in international private law in Russia.
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.