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International Conference "Demographic trends in Russia: Legacy of the Soviet Era or a new tendency?"

On November 21-22, 2019 the International Laboratory for Population and Health together with the Institute of Demography held an international conference "Demographic trends in Russia: Legacy of the Soviet Era or a new tendency?"

The program of the conference and the participants` presentations can be found below:

Opening. Anatoly Vishnevsky (Director of the Institute of Demography, HSE University, Russia)

Demographic Priorities in National Projects 2019-2024

Session 1. Mortality patterns in Russia and Eastern Europe. Chair: Evgeny Andreev


France Meslé, Jacques Vallin (INED, France)

Mortality in Eastern Europe during the twentieth century: the marks of political history. (PDF, 3.89 Mb) 


David Leon (LSHTM, UK)

Understanding the recent decline in CVD mortality in Russia


Domantas Jasilionis (MPIDR, Germany)

What do we know about socio-economic mortality disparities in Central and Eastern Europe?

Session 2. Mortality inequalities. Chair: Sergey Timonin


Markéta Pechholdová (Prague University of Economics, Czech Republic)

Mortality differentials and causes of death (PDF, 810 Kb) 


Aleksei Shchur (HSE University, Russia), Vladimir M. Shkolnikov (HSE University, Russia; MPIDR, Germany), Sergey Timonin (HSE University, Russia)

What is hidden beyond urban rural mortality differentials in Russia?


Pavel Grigoriev, Rembrandt Scholz (MPIDR, Germany), Vladimir M. Shkolnikov (HSE University, Russia; MPIDR, Germany)

Socioeconomic differences in mortality among 27 million economically active Germans: a cross-sectional analysis of the German Pension Fund data (PDF, 553 Kb) 

Session 3. Mortality and population health in Russia and its regions. Chair: Vladimir M. Shkolnikov


Sergey Timonin (HSE University, Russia), David Leon (LSHTM, UK), Evgeny Andreev (HSE University, Russia), Vladimir M. Shkolnikov (HSE University, Russia; MPIDR, Germany)

The paradox of mortality from myocardial infarction in Russia: an international comparison of long-term trends and contemporary differences


Elena Churilova (HSE University, Russia), Vladimir M. Shkolnikov (HSE University, Russia; MPIDR, Germany), David Leon (LSHTM, UK)

Blood pressure and hypertension patterns among men and women in Russia: Synthesis of evidence from multiple sources


Rustam Tursun-zade, Evgeny Andreev (HSE University, Russia),Vladimir M. Shkolnikov(HSE University, Russia; MPIDR, Germany)

Cancer mortality in Russia: trends and driving forces 

Session 4 (anniversary session).  Contribution of Evgeny Andreev in demography. Chair: Dmitry Jdanov

 Evgeny Andreev (HSE University, Russia)

 Reflections on the theories in demography (PDF, 365 Kb) 

Session 5. Fertility. Chair: Anatoly Vishnevsky 


Tomas Sobotka (Vienna Institute of Demography, Austria)

Specific features of the Russia’s fertility and reproduction patterns in comparative European perspective (PDF, 992 Kb) 


Sergei Zakharov (HSE University, Russia)

  Fertility prospects in Russia through the prism of the past two decades (PDF, 1.88 Mb) 


Viktoria Sakevich (HSE University, Russia)

Statistics on abortion in Russia: changes in the registration system, opportunities for demographic analysis


Elena Gorina (HSE University, Russia)

The financial situation of Russian families with children and policies to stimulate fertility at the federal and regional levels (in Russian) (PDF, 644 Kb) 

Session 6. Family and family policy. Chair:Mikhail Denisenko


Olga Tereshchenko (Belarusian State University, Belarus)

International program "Generations and Gender" in the Republic of Belarus: Program features, perspective results (in Russian) (PDF, 303 Kb) 


Zhanna Chernova (HSE University, Russia)

Gender analysis of family policy in modern Russia (in Russian) (PDF, 286 Kb) 


Ekaterina Mitrofanova (HSE University, Russia)

First births in the context of starting socio-demographic events: intergenerational shifts in Russia (in Russian) (PDF, 1.41 Mb) 



Elena Churilova (HSE University, Russia), Sergei Zakharov (HSE University, Russia)

Trends in union dissolution in Russia: Evidence from Civil Registration and Generation and Gender Survey

Session 7. International migration. Chair:Nikita Mkrtchyan


Corrado Bonifazi (National Research Council-IRPPS, Italy)

Migration Trends in the European Union


Salvatore Strozza (University of Naples Federico II - Naples, Italy)

Foreign immigration to Italy: past, present and future (PDF, 1.82 Mb) 


Mikhail Denisenko (HSE University, Russia)

New migration trends in foreign countries


Vladimir Mukomel (Institute of Sociology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)

Immigration to Russia: old and new trends

Session 8. Internal migration. Chair: Sergei Zakharov


Andrey Treyvish, Tatyana Nefedova (Institute of Geography, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)

 Spatial mobility of population in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia in the context of urbanization stages (in Russian) (PDF, 2.96 Mb) 

 Anatoly Breslavsky (Institute of Mongolian studies, Buddhology and Tibetology of the Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)

Internal migration and processes of (sub)urbanization in the republics of Eastern Russia

  Alla Makhrova, Roman Babkin (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia)

 Moscow agglomeration: borders and population movements (in Russian) (PDF, 922 Kb) 

 Nikita Mkrtchyan, Liliya Karachurina (HSE University, Russia)

Intra-regional migration in Russia


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