First demographic readings in memory of Anatoly Vishnevsky: "Demographic horizons of Russia and the world in the medium and long term prospective"
The First Demographic Readings in memory of Anatoly Vishnevsky: “Demographic horizons of Russia and the world in the medium and long term prospective" were held on November 9-11, 2021. The International Laboratory for Population and Health, Vishnevsky Institute of Demography, and the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of Human Potential of HSE University have jointly organized this conference.
The conference brought together more than 120 researchers from different countries. During 8 sessions were presented reports on demographic theory, statistics, fertility, mortality, migration, as well as reports on interdisciplinary studies carried out at the intersection of demography, sociology, and economics.
The main speakers were colleagues and friends of Anatoly Vishnevsky from the HSE University, Moscow State University, RANEPA, and RAS. As well as demographers from foreign research centers and institutes: James Vaupel (University of Southern Denmark), John Wilmoth (UN Population Division), France Mesle and Jacques Wallen (INED), David Leon (LSHTM), Vladimir Shkolnikov, Dmitri Jdanov, Domantas Jasilionis, and Inna Danilova (MPIDR), Mark Tolts (Hebrew University of Jerusalem).
Program of the Conference (PDF, 646 Кб)
Selected presentations (in English):
|France Meslé, Jacques Vallin (INED)||Health transition theory in the face of environmental and biological changes|
|James Vaupel (University of Southern Denmark)||Mortality as a Function of Survival|
|Inna Danilova, Vladimir Shkolnikov (MPIDR, HSE University)||Epidemiological transition: causes of death and ages of death|
|Evgeny Andreev (HSE University), Vladimir Shkolnikov (MPIDR, HSE University)||Population loss in Russia as a result of 40-year regression of mortality|
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