La fécondité en Russie en période de politique nataliste
The author examines the latest trends in Russia's fertility in light of the pro-natalistfamily policy. Changes in period and cohort fertility indicators in the context of the changes in age- and birth order profile of fertility are under discussion. In particular, the author is showing that, given the very modest increase in cohort total fertility in Russia continues to increase in the relative number of permanently childless women, and an increasing proportion of women who gave the birth to three or more children. As a result there is an increase in heterogeneity of the Russian model of childbirth from the perspective of distribution of women by number of children ever born, as well as strengthened regional specifics of Russian fertility patterns.