Women who have moved to another part of the country tend to have higher fertility than those who stay in the same community all their lives. Relocation often improves a woman's life circumstances and broadens her choice of marriage partner, thus supporting her reproductive intentions, according to Svetlana Biryukova, Senior Research Fellow of the HSE Center for Studies of Income and Living Standards, and Alla Tyndik, Leading Research Fellow at the RANEPA.
Tuesday, February 21
Lecture on 'Science and Diplomacy. Basic Concepts and Key Issues' by Pierre-Bruno Ruffini
Lecture on 'New York City Subway: The Invention of the Modern Urban Passenger' by Stefan Höhne
Wednesday, February 22
Lecture 'The (New) Utopianism: Ethic or Aesthetic?' by Alexander Ostrogorsky