Исследование репродуктивных установок студенческой молодежи (обзорная статья)
Назарова И. Б., Зеленская М. П.
Edited by: В. И. Герасимов Ч. 3. Вып. 12. ИНИОН РАН. Отд. науч. сотрудничества, 2017.
Камнев Д. Г. В кн.: Молодежь в социокультурной среде региона: материалы региональной научно-практической конференции. Ставрополь: Возрождение, 2009. С. 212-218.
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Klepikova E. Economics/EC. WP BRP. Высшая школа экономики, 2015. No. WP BRP 100/EC/2015.
This paper provides an analysis of the labor supply of Russian people in pensionable age. It aims to answer two questions: (1) whether bad health is an important limitation for labor activity and (2) whether a greater pension benefit could be a stimulus for delayed retirement. This is an empirical work based on data of the Russia Longitudinal Monitoring Survey - Higher School of Economics (RLMS-HSE) from 2000-2010. Findings suggest that the most important factor of labor supply is income, and it is more significant for people with higher education. Bad health contributes to leaving the labor force, but the effect is smaller than income’. Some policy implications are also suggested based on the empirical results of the study
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Предметная характеристика медицинской деятельности как основа ее уголовно-правовой охраны (опыт России, США, Франции)
Нагорная И. И. Право и политика. 2012. № 5. С. 887-896.
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Политическая социализация молодежи в современной России. Роль в этом процессе молодежных политических движений
Камнев Д. Г. Саарбрюкен: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2010.
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Zasimova L. S., Sheluntcova M., Kalinin A. M. Public Administration. PA. Высшая школа экономики, 2015. No. WP BRP 25/PA/2015.
An aging population and the low involvement of elderlies in social activities makes the measurement of active aging an important research question, since it gives an insight into the potential of the elderly. Policy agendas in many countries stress the need for active aging in terms of improved health and a greater degree of autonomy. This paper aims to investigate the potential and limits of international comparison for setting policy goals concerning older adults. We use World Health Organization (WHO) micro data from the Study of Global Ageing and Adult Health (SAGE) to measure active aging in five countries demonstrating similar macroeconomic outcomes, namely Russia, India, China, South Africa and Mexico. Following the WHO concept of active aging, we select indicators for three components of active aging (health, participation in social activities, and security) and aggregate them into three sub-indices, which become the outcome index of active aging. Our findings show significant variation in the proportion of actively aging individuals in selected countries (from 89% in China to 44% in South Africa) and in the sub-indices of health, participation and security. We compare our results with macro-level data and conclude that the active aging index could be a useful tool for measuring the proportion of actively aging individuals and understanding the challenges for policy makers in each country. However, one should understand the limits of micro-level data analysis and interpret the results carefully. We also argue that for international comparisons, active aging indexes should be studied with respect to the activity of non-elderlies in each country.
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Рамонов А. В. Социологические исследования. 2012. Т. 335. № 3. С. 104-116.
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Кулева М. И. В кн.: PRO тело. Молодежный контекст. СПб.: Алетейя, 2013. С. 63-82.
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Иудин А. А., Шпилев Д. А. Н. Новгород: Издательство НИСОЦ, 2011.
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Чилипенок Ю. Ю., Орлов М. Б., Клочкова Т. Н. Труд и социальные отношения. 2010. № 6 (72). С. 21-28.
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Исаев Л. М. В кн.: Системный мониторинг глобальных и региональных рисков: Арабская весна 2011 года. М.: Либроком, 2012. Гл. 10. С. 275-285.
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Rising life expectancy and an aging population highlight the need for appropriate government policies to transform of the role of the elderly from a dependent part of the population to an economically active one. This paper aims to measure active aging of the elderly in Russia. We review definitions of active aging and base our research on the concept of the World Health Organization. Active aging is characterized by three components: health, participation, and security. We select indicators for these components and aggregate them into three sub-indexes which become the outcome index of active aging. As a result, the sample is divided into two groups of elderly people in Russia, “actively aging” and “inactively aging”. The empirical research is based on the Study of Global Ageing and Adult Health (SAGE). Our findings show that 70% of the elderly population are at the intersection of “health” and “participation in social activities”; 61,2% between “health” and “security”; 73,5% between “security” and “participation in social activities”. Overall, 58,5% of Russian senior citizens meet all three criteria of active aging, thus creating a great challenge for policy response.
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