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Demographic Review #4

In the issue: Fertility in the families of migrants: data, hypotheses, and models (foreign literature review). Adaptation of migrant children in the schools of Moscow and the Moscow region. Orthodox self-identification and the distribution of birthdays of VK users. Why there is no significant difference between the distributions of births by dates of orthodox Christians and of non-orthodox. Dynamics of attitudes in the sphere of intimate relationships in Russia. Demographic history of the Ukrainians of Primorsky krai 1897-2010: from the «Zeleny кlin» core to assimilation.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 757-758

In the issue:
Life expectancy and healthcare in OECD countries. February 11: International Day of Women and Girls in Science. American schoolchildren delaying the onset of sexual activity. Presentation of the book "Mortality from external causes in Russia since the mid- 20th century". 90th anniversary of the birth of Sergei Petrovich Kapitsa.

Illustration for news: How Does Living in a Big City Increase Life Expectancy?

How Does Living in a Big City Increase Life Expectancy?

Inhabitants of Moscow and St Petersburg live significantly longer than people living in other regions of Russia, according to a recent study carried out by researchers at the Higher School of Economics

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 755-756

In the issue:
Life expectancy and health risks in OECD countries. Is it necessary to equate cohabitation with an official marriage? The law of conservation of alcohol.

Demographic Review #3

In the issue: The Russian revolution of 1917 through the prism of demographic modernization. Personal psychological resources and health inequalities: the strength of the buffer effect in European countries. Child malnutrition in Africa: statistical analysis and modeling of factors. Russians in the republics of the North Caucasus: frontiers of geo-demographic retreat (the first half of the 21st century). Estimating military losses: a search for truth, ignorance or bias? The values of the elderly and the political consequences of the global aging of the population. Perspectives on population-based prostate cancer screening.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 743-744

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.

Demographic Review #1

In the issue: Contraceptive revolution inRussia. Assisted reproductive technologies: new opportunities. HIV/AIDS reduces the number of Russians and their life expectancy. The effect of the 2011 statistics reform on the estimations of youth migration intensity: a cohort-component analysis. International migration in Russia (the Ussr) during the end of the 19th‒ the first third of the 20th century. Part 2. International migration in Russia in the era of the "Great Crisis" (1914-1922). How was born the "soviet patriarchy". The care of children in foundling hospitals. Legal status of migrants and its influence on the Russian labor market.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 729-730

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.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 727-728

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.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 719-720

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.