Население России 2017: двадцать пятый ежегодный демографический доклад
This is the 25th issue of the Annual Series of Analytical reports regularly published by the HSE Institute of Demography since 1993. The recent report conducts the detailed analysis of the current situation in Russia’s demography in the context of its long-term evolution and demographic tendencies as seen through the prism of main demographic processes, such as marriage, birth and death rates, family planning, international and internal (intra-Russian) migration, changes in population, and age structure of Russia’s population. The current report is characterized by examining the tools provided by international databases and information systems in order to be able to conduct the comparative studies of demographic trends, demographic, family and migration policies in Russia in the international framework.
The analysis is based on the official data of the Federal State Statistics service of Russian Federation, ministries and government agencies of Russian Federation, international organizations and national statistics services of other countries as well as on local estimates (acquired by using these resources), the results of special sampling studies, and the materials of scholarly publications.
The book is designed for the researchers that work in the field of demography and similar disciplines as well as for decision-making employees, workers of government organizations of all levels, and instructors and students of secondary and postsecondary professional schools.
The section contains an analysis of the current situation in the field of fertility and family planning in Russia against the background of long-term evolution of demographic processes. The possibilities of international databases and information systems for comparative studies of demographic trends and demographic policy in Russia and other countries are considered.
This Chapter contains an analysis of long-term trends of mortality, life expectancy, and infant mortality in Russia and its regions. Special attention is paid to the aspects of traffic safety policy in Europe and Russia. The policy on reducing mortality and increasing life expectancy in Russia is also considered.
The chapter emphasizes, summarizes the results of the study of developments of the demographic situation in Russia in the context of international experience in creating information systems for a comparative cross-country analysis of demographic processes and migrations and results of the family, health and migration policies.