Tatiana Karabchuk () and
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Kazuhiro Kumo: Hitotsubashi University
Ekaterina Selezneva: Institute for East and Southeast European Studies
Chapter 1 in Demography of Russia, 2017, pp 1-10 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract This book describes the unique Russian experience of the dynamics and factors determining demographic trends. To do so we: (1) collected numerous earlier studies and explored data in the Russian State Archive of the Economy, which became publicly available after the collapse of the Soviet Union and is still largely unexplored; (2) used available microdata from household surveys conducted in Russia since 1994; and (3) analyzed official statistics published by the Russian Federal State Statistics Service.
Keywords: Total Fertility Rate; Demographic Trend; Territorial Unit; Interregional Migration; October Revolution (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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