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Mikhail B. Denisenko

  • Member of the HSE Academic Council
  • Mikhail B. Denisenko has been at HSE since 2007.

Education, Degrees and Academic Titles

  • 1996
    Associate Professor
  • 1992

    Candidate of Sciences* (PhD) in Population Economics and Demography
    Lomonosov Moscow State University

  • 1987

    Diploma in Applied Mathematics
    Lomonosov Moscow State University

  • 1983

    Diploma in Political Economy
    Lomonosov Moscow State University

* Candidate of Sciences
According to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011, Candidate of Sciences belongs to ISCED level 8 - "doctoral or equivalent", together with PhD, DPhil, D.Lit, D.Sc, LL.D, Doctorate or similar. Candidate of Sciences allows its holders to reach the level of the Associate Professor.

Awards and Accomplishments

Student Term / Thesis Papers

Full list of of student term / thesis papers

Courses (2016/2017)

Courses (2013/2014)

Demographic Analysis (Master’s programme; Institute of Demography; programme "Demography"; 1 year, 1-3 module)

Editorial board membership

2014: Member of the Editorial Board, Демографическое обозрение.

Publications

20172

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201512

20148

201313

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20107

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Employment history

Since April 2007

Deputy Director of Institute of Demography, Head of the Department of Demography,  National Research University - Higher School of Economics (Moscow)

2001-2007

Chief of human ecology/regional demography section at Population Studies Center, Moscow State University (Lomonosov)

2000

Short-term appointment (consultant) at the United Nations: DESA/Population Division/Migration and Mortality Section

1999-2000

Short-term (8 months) appointment (at P-4 level) at the United Nations: DESA/Population Division/Migration and Mortality Section

1998

Short-term appointment (at P-4 level) at the United Nations: DESA/Population Division/ Population Estimation and Projections Section

1989–1998

Associated professor, Senior Lecturer, Assistant professor,  Moscow State University (Lomonosov)

Timetable for today

Full timetable

More Effort Needed to Integrate Migrants

At a time when industrially developed countries are facing migration pressure, Russia needs to take a fresh look at immigration to assess its geopolitical benefits and prevent inherent social risks; a smart migrant integration policy can provide a solution.

Top 15. HSE's Most Interesting Research in 2015

Public misperceptions of inequality; Sanctions hit the best companies; How high is mortality in Russia?; How the type of university affects graduates' salaries; What national pride means; Muslims sharing a Protestant ethic; Economic inactivity among Russians; Russian travellers reluctant to book hotels online; The right to be forgotten; and Analysts can be wrong – these were the HSE's most interesting research papers in 2015, according to Opec.ru.

Emigration from Russia More Varied

Emigration from Russia has changed significantly over the last decade. The potential for ethnic repatriation has almost been exhausted, but other factors have become stronger in the population outflow, such as reunion with families and trips for education. Such emigration is largely determined by differences in the quality of life and policies in host countries, which welcome young, educated, qualified people with a certain level of income, said Mikhail Denisenko, Deputy Director of the HSE Institute of Demography, in his presentation at the XVI April International Academic Conference at HSE.

2.7 million

is the minimum number of people born in the Russian Federation who are living in foreign countries.

Top 16 Most Interesting Reports Presented at the HSE's XVI April International Academic Conference

Social policy challenges and losses; Russians are not Europeans; Why parents in Moscow hate the USE; Defence attorneys' strategies in dealing with law enforcement agencies; Migrants in Moscow: myths and reality; Why switching to 'effective contracts' for school teachers does not work—these were among the most interesting papers from the HSE's XV April Conference, according to Opec.ru.

Human Capital Quality Delivers Economic Boost

In an environment where the natural-resources growth model is exhausted, human capital becomes the Russian economy's key competitive advantage. The problem of how the state, business and citizens can develop and invest in it was the main theme for the plenary discussion 'Social Policy Priorities' which took place on 7 April at the HSE's XVI April International Confernce on Modernizing the Economy and Society.

No Demand for Educated Migrants

Russia's labour market has a growing demand for unskilled migrant workers from other CIS countries. Migrants who have worked in managerial or professional positions in their home countries almost always see their status decline once they move to Russia. In contrast, less skilled workers easily find jobs of similar status in Russia, according to Elena Varshavskaya, Professor of the HSE's Department of Human Resources Management, and Mikhail Denisenko, Deputy Director of the HSE's Institute of Demography

Migrants follow investment

The parts of Russia which migrant workers from the CIS find most attractive are changing. The ‘map’ of migration flows depends on which way the investments are going. But at the same time, the general picture is unchanged: we don’t yet have an efficient system for gathering the foreign labour force we need. In an article in the HSE journal ‘Demoscope Weekly’, Olga Chudinovskikh, Mikhail Denisenko and Nikita Mkrtchyan explained their research findings

Medvedev Rewards Strategy 2020 Experts

The Russian President, Dmitry Medvedev, has awarded honours to some researchers from the Higher School of Economics for their work on the Strategy 2020 expert groups, including organization of the groups, the preparation of suggestions on topical issues for Russian socio-economic strategy up to 2020 and their personal input into the expert and analytical work