Spatial variation of in-migration to Moscow: housing market VS socialist legacy
Kashnitsky I. S., Gunko M.
The collapse of state socialism and the introduction of market relationships in Central and Eastern Europe resulted in profound changes of urban development. Evidence from Central and Eastern Europe indicates that the development of strong housing market and growing material inequalities contribute to the socio-economic polarization of city districts and residential segregation. Based on empirical data, we analyze spatial variation of in-migration to Moscow at the level of city districts and investigate the theory-driven association between in-migration intensities and housing prices to find evidence of socio-spatial polarization. Our results show that, although there are some areas that concentrate migrants of specific socio-economic status, housing prices do not explain a substantial share of variance in in-migration intensities, at least at the level of city districts; quite a strong association is only evident for foreign migrants.
, , Cities 2016 Vol. 59 P. 30-39
The collapse of state socialism and the introduction of market relationships in Central and Eastern Europe resulted in profound changes of urban development. Evidence from Central and Eastern Europe indicates that the development of a strong housing market and growing material inequalities contribute to the socio-economic polarization of city districts and residential segregation. Based on ...
Added: October 19, 2015
, Региональные исследования 2015 № 3 С. 107-116
In this paper one analyzed the intensity and age characteristics of migration in recent years, using the data at the level of municipalities and municipal districts of Moscow and Moscow region. Particular concern is paid to the migration from Moscow to the Moscow region. Calculations show that Moscow region, located in the zone closest to ...
Added: November 29, 2015
, , , Демографическое обозрение 2016 Т. 3 № 3 С. 39-79
The paper is devoted to a comparison of mortality by cause of death in Moscow and other megacities of the world in the period after 1990. The selection of megacities was determined by the availability of detailed mortality data in the period under consideration. The objects of our comparison are data for Berlin, Hong Kong, ...
Added: December 5, 2016
, , , Демографическое обозрение 2016 No. 5 P. 79-115
This paper is devoted to the comparison of mortality by cause of death in Moscow and other megacities of the world since 1990. The selection of megacities was determined by the availability of detailed mortality data in the selected period. The objects of our comparison are data for Berlin, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, New ...
Added: January 25, 2018
, , Cities 2016 Vol. 59 P. 30-39
The collapse of state socialismand the introduction of market relationships in Central and Eastern Europe resulted in profound changes of urban development. Evidence from Central and Eastern Europe indicates that the development of a strong housing market and growing material inequalities contribute to the socio-economic polarization of city districts and residential segregation. Based on empirical data, we analyze ...
Added: September 8, 2019
, , et al., Журнал социологии и социальной антропологии 2019 Т. 22 № 6 С. 172-195
For the past 15 years, a turnstile system has been operating in the Moscow ground transportation. In September 2018, authorities completely removed the turnstiles from the salons, arguing that the passengers began to more consciously approach to fare payment, which, in fact, they were taught by the turnstiles. The aim of the study is to ...
Added: April 19, 2020
, , et al., East European Politics and Societies 2017 Vol. 31 No. 1 P. 201-222
Based upon a survey of more than three thousand respondents and forty in-depth interviews, the aim of this article is to examine the impact of migration on sexual resocialisation. In particular, we show how living in London influenced the attitudes of Central and East European migrants towards pre-marital sex and homosexuality. While the general acceptability ...
Added: December 22, 2016
, Восток. Афро-Азиатские общества: история и современность 2018 № 6 С. 162-171
The changes since the breakup of the USSR had a significant impact on the social composition of African migrants in Moscow, as well as on their life strategies. In this article, we distinguish between two social groups of African migrants: “affluent” and “surviving”. Almost all affluent migrants are those who once came to study at Soviet universities. They ...
Added: January 3, 2019
, , Applied Econometrics 2010 No. 1 (17) P. 89-105
We present a simple hedonic model for apartment prices in Moscow in the year 2003. Based on some 15,000 observations we estimate the model and use the estimates for prediction. Pretest issues are explicitly taken into account. ...
Added: October 4, 2012
, , A Life-Course Study on the Migration Biographies of Russians / SSRN. Series Social Science Research Network "Social Science Research Network". 2017. No. ID 3071733.
Migration in any context may be approached from myriad perspectives and with varied techniques; in this study, we examine migration in Russia using the life-course perspective. We investigate two core issues: the factors of migration and the position of migration in the Russian life course. In addition, we perform data exploration and assess at what ...
Added: November 15, 2017
, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 2017 Vol. 43 No. 15 P. 2556-2572
This article explores the impact of social and spatial structure of Moscow on the patterns of settlement of labour migrants. It emphasizes the ways in which the structure of post-Soviet urban environment differs from the European and U.S. ones, and uses interviews with guest workers from Central Asia to map out the barriers encountered today ...
Added: December 3, 2016
, Вестник ИНЖЭКОНа. Серия: Экономика 2010 № 7(42) С. 324-326
The paper measures the impact of influence of geographic distribution of local public goods facilities to market price for apartments at pre-owned market in Saint-Petersburg. ...
Added: October 18, 2012
М.: Экономический факультет МГУ им. М.В. Ломоносова, 2015
This is a collection of scientific papers on migration studies. ...
Added: November 11, 2013
, , Medical Anthropology: Cross Cultural Studies in Health and Illness 2018 Vol. 37 No. 5 P. 401-411
The study explores the so-called ‘Kyrgyz clinics’ and their place in the migrant infrastructure of Moscow, Russia. We focus on the unique status of these clinics specifically aimed at and tailored for the migrants’ medical and psychosocial needs. We have found that the role of Kyrgyz clinics is not limited to the provision of affordable ...
Added: December 3, 2016
, , Социология города 2015 № 2 С. 11-31
The paper is focused on a subjective approach to the urban environment quality as an indicator of the quality of life. We look at the convenience of the city for the citizens, its friendliness and suitability for their activities and life plans realization. Infrastructure problems and limitations on basic services accessibility are also considered with ...
Added: July 10, 2015
, , et al., Профилактическая медицина 2014 Т. 17 № 5 С. 28-33
The authors made a combined analysis of the 1989—2012 morbidity and mortality from malignancies at main sites in the ablebodied population of Moscow. The cancer mortality rates for the trachea, bronchus, lung, and stomach and cancer morbidity for respiratory organs significantly declined among the able-bodied men. The male incidence of lung cancer decreased by an ...
Added: March 26, 2015
Железнодорожный терминал. "Жизнь - это ожидание", или московский вокзал глазами скучающего пассажира
, , Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований 2016 Т. 8 № 2 С. 120-138
In this essay the authors present the results of a Moscow railway terminal study as an example of “non-place,” when presence in the space can be reduced to the amount of time spent passing through it. Using Viacheslav Glazychev’s concept of urban environment quality, the Kazan’ Railway Station environment was evaluated through observation. The methodological ...
Added: September 25, 2016
The More Buffed, the More Persistent: Small Urban Inscriptions and Struggle for Communication in Moscow Public Space
, , City 2021 Vol. 25 No. 3-4 P. 453-473
This article examines the crisis of informal urban imagery as an indicator of a crisis of urban communication. It refers to the situation of the late 2010s–20s when the saturation of the city with graffiti and street art became a new urban routine. The article argues that compared to the past, it is not the ...
Added: August 28, 2018
, Вопросы статистики 2016 № 2 С. 32-47
The article explores general questions of implementation of administrative data for the needs of statistics on international migration production. It reviews the main sources of such data : systems of population registration at a place of residence, data collection systems at the borders; and also lists and explains the main advantages and disadvantages of administrative ...
Added: March 9, 2016
Международные, внешнеэкономические и межрегиональные связи субъекта Российской Федерации: на примере законодательства города Москвы
, Реформы и право 2010 № 2 С. 31-42
В статье исследуются законодательная база г. Москвы, регулирующая международные и внешнеэкономические отношения, в которые вступают органы государственной власти города Москвы как субъекта Российской Федерации, а также правовые основы межрегионального сотрудничества с участием г. Москвы. ...
Added: October 29, 2012
, Региональная экономика: теория и практика 2015 Т. 22 № 397 С. 21-30
Importance Almost all countries have spatial heterogeneity of economic and social development of the regions, as well as demographic processes. The larger the area of the country, the differentiation is more, including the growing role of natural and geographical characteristics. A large number of regions in Russia complicate an individualized approach to address research and management ...
Added: June 19, 2015
, , , ИНТЕРакция. ИНТЕРвью. ИНТЕРпретация 2017 Т. 13 С. 82-95
This paper is based on 3 sequential stages of empirical research (qual->quant->qual), devoted to the analysis of intraurban moving of Moscow residents. At the first stage (qual), the analysis of housing trajectories of the XX century in Moscow was carried out on the materials of biographical interviews. As a result, a typology of intraurban movings ...
Added: November 30, 2017
, , Siberian Studies 2014 No. 1 (41)
Added: February 9, 2017
, Демоскоп Weekly 2010 № № 415 - 416
In this article the author is analyzing demographic indices (fertility, life interval, death-rate, migration) of the Kyrgyz Republic. Also probable trends of population change up to 2025, risks and losses associated with life time shortening, lack of social infrastructure, labour resources and etc were presented. ...
Added: December 5, 2013