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Vishnevsky Institute of Demography

Migration from the Newly Independent States: 25 years after the collapse of the USSR

Edited by: M. B. Denisenko, S. Strozza, M. Light.

Springer, 2020.


Mikhaylov A., Mikhaylova A., Maximenko D. et al.

Geographica Pannonica. 2022. Vol. 26. No. 4. P. 345-355.

Book chapter
Birth Control Policies and Abortion Issues in Post-Communist Russia

Victoria Sakevich, Denisov B.

In bk.: Debates Around Abortion in the Global North. Europe, North America, Russia and Asia. L.: Routledge, 2022. Ch. 5. P. 85-97.

Working paper
Fairness of Machine Learning Algorithms in Demography

Emmanuel I. C., Mitrofanova E.

ArXiv Preprint. 4064475. Cornell Tech, 2022

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.


Search Query: How to Study Migration with Google Trends

Experts have calculated that the number of international students in Russia has grown six times over the last decade, and researchers say that many of those who are studying today would like to stay in the country. This, alongside issues such as why Google Trends are worth looking into, were covered at the HSE XXIV Yasin International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development section on demography and labour markets.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 975 - 976

In the issue: Aging of the world population according to UN estimates of 2022. National projects 2022: the social sphere. 43% of Russian men would agree to take parental leave instead of their wife. 3 out of ten husbands help their wives with all household chores. 4 out of 10 workers fail to balance work and personal life. Emigration moods in Russia and the world. Your financial situation - and how to improve it?

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 973 - 974

In the issue: International migration according to 2022 estimates. One in three Russians reports having had the flu this autumn-winter. Women complaining more often about harassment from colleagues. Russians name country’s top 5 cities for a comfortable life in retirement. Labor mobility within the EU. Online education: 53% of Russians want to develop in their profession.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 971 - 972

In the issue: Youth of the CIS, some characteristics of mortality. A heavy burden, or excess weight and how to deal with it. Three years with coronavirus: 54% of Russians expect a new wave of COVID-19. 45% of men consider the earlier retirement age of women discrimination. Romir: Satisfaction with healthcare among Russians has doubled. The minimum draft age should be increased, the maximum should be left as is. Russians want men aged 21 to 27 to be drafted into the army. How the future looks: planning horizons and moods.

Demographic Review #4 2022

In the issue: Subjective perception of social inequality - the population opinion about social justice. Mass relocations of the population in connection with the shift to the west of the territory of Poland after the World War II. Assessment of reliability of results of the 2019 Belarus population census based on an analysis of changes in the ethnolinguistic composition of population. The Zemsky Doctor program as a factor of the doctors’ migration to the peripheral territories of the central Russian regions. Gender differences in the feeling of the school safety among teenagers aged 14-17. Reproductive intentions and fertility trends in different countries during the COVID-19 pandemic: an analytical review of studies. Does demography need a unified theory?

Demographic Review #3 2022

In the issue: The central mechanism of the demographic transition. Who needs (or doesn't) three years of parental leave? Impact of social-economic and demographic factors on probability of preterm birth. The transformation of immigrant values in the context of their cultural integration: attitudes towards divorce and premarital sexual relations. Using Google Trends for external migration prediction. Kalmyks of the Soviet Russia in the post-deportation period (late 1950s – 1980s): demographic, settlement and gender aspects. Marriage and the antichrist: a century of opposition to marriage among peasant women of the Spasovo Soglasie.

"Demoscope Weekly" ## 963 - 964

In the issue: Main demographic outcomes of 2021 in the European Union. Only 54% of patients understand why they need to treat arterial hypertension. Society under stress. Romir: sports save one in four Russians from stress. Man without a home. Church and society: monitoring.

Demographic Review #2 2022

In the issue: Demographic features of industrial serfs in the 18th-19th centuries: parish registers of the village of Kudinovo in the Bogorodsky district, 1777-1862. Adaptation of migrants from rural areas of Dagestan in Makhachkala and Astrakhan: causes of differences. Digital traces of the population as a data source on migration flows In the Russian Arctic. National transfer accounts of Moldova-2019: principals of construction and some results. Excess summer mortality at young ages: do long school holidays matter? The structure of directly related alcohol mortality In Russia from 2011 to 2021. Mobilizing single mothers: demographic policy in the post-war USSR.

Student Research Paper Competition 2022 Now Open at HSE University

The start of a new academic year is an excellent time to plan the next steps in your academic career. On September 1, HSE University announced the start of its annual Student Research Paper Competition (SRPC-2022). Participation is open to students of Russian and international universities and to 2022 graduates. Last year, a total of 2,196 papers were submitted to the SRPC, of which 435 were from external participants.

Winners of HSE University’s Best Teacher Vote Announced

630 staff members were named top teachers at HSE University in Moscow

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