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Institute for Social Policy

The Institute was founded in January 2016 as a university research unit aimed at conducting basic and applied research, as well as expert review and analytical analysis in the field of social policy at the federal, regional and municipal levels.

The Institute's goal is to develop comprehensive and future-oriented studies in social policy with a focus on microsimulation of its impact on the household sector.

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Publications
Book
The Routledge Companion to the Professions and Professionalism

Abramov R. N., Ярская Смирнова Е. Р.

NY: Routledge, 2016.

Article
Decomposition of regional convergence in population aging across Europe

Kashnitsky I. S., de Beer J., van Wissen L.

GENUS. 2017. Vol. 73. No. 2.

Book chapter
Inequality in Income and Wealth in Russia

Popova D., Rudberg A.

In bk.: Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 2017. P. 1-12.

Working paper
Economic convergence in ageing Europe

Kashnitsky I. S., de Beer J., van Wissen L.

NIDI Working Papers. 2017/02. Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, 2017. No. 2.

News

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11 May 2017

Decomposition of regional convergence in population aging across Europe - a paper by Ilya Kashnitsky in Genus

Genus published a paper by Kashnitsky, de Beer, and van Wissen. This is the first paper of the PhD project on regional differences in population ageing across Europe.

17 March 2017

The Blog Post of Ilya Kashnitsky on Reconstructing Regional Demographic Data for Denmark Is Publisged by Demotrends

Ilya Kashnitsky wrote a blog post for Demotrends in which he documented step-by-step the process of reconstruction of the regional (NUTS) demographic data for Denmark. Demotrends is a collaborative blog of young European demographers.

Decomposition of regional convergence in population aging across Europe - a paper by Ilya Kashnitsky in Genus

Genus published a paper by Kashnitsky, de Beer, and van Wissen. This is the first paper of the PhD project on regional differences in population ageing across Europe.

The Blog Post of Ilya Kashnitsky on Reconstructing Regional Demographic Data for Denmark Is Publisged by Demotrends

Ilya Kashnitsky wrote a blog post for Demotrends in which he documented step-by-step the process of reconstruction of the regional (NUTS) demographic data for Denmark. Demotrends is a collaborative blog of young European demographers.