Demography of Russia: From the Past to the Present by Tatiana Karabchuk, Kazuhiro Kumo, Ekaterina Selezneva
By Tatiana Karabchuk, Kazuhiro Kumo, Ekaterina Selezneva
This e-book examines the demographic improvement of Russia from the past due Russian Empire to the modern Russian Federation, and contains discussions of marriage styles, fertility, mortality, and inter-regional migration. during this pioneering examine, the authors current the 1st English-language review of demographic information assortment in Russia. Chapters within the publication supply a scientific review of the laws regulating fertility and the kin sphere, a learn of the criteria deciding upon first and better order births, and an exam of inhabitants distribution throughout Russian areas. The ebook additionally combines examine instruments from the social sciences with a clinical method of supply a research of mortality premiums. through bringing jointly methods from a number of disciplines – demography, economics, and sociology – the authors of this ebook offer a accomplished and unique evaluation of the ancient roots of Russia's demographic development.
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This has led to the introduction of the Unified State Directory of Enterprises and Organizations (EGRPO: Edinii gosudarstvennii registr predpriiatii i organizatsii) (Goskomstat Rossii 2001; Yamaguchi 2003) as part of a series of systematic reforms ti enhance statistical precision. 2 Population Statistics of Russia: The Russian Empire... 23 In 1920, less than three years after the revolution, the Soviet Union carried out its first population census to provide basic data for the implementation of the State Plan for the Electrification of Russia (GOELRO: Gosudarstvennii plan elektrifikatsii Rossii), which was a precursor to the five-year plans.
25 (1890).  Statisticheskii vremennnik Rossiiskoi Imperii: dvizheniie naseleniia v evropeiskoi Rossii za 1884 god, ser. 3, vip. 24 (1889);  to zhe, 1883 god, ser. 3, vip. 23 (1887);  to zhe, 1882 god, ser. 3, vip. 21 (1887);  to zhe, 1881 god, ser. 3, vip. 20 (1887);  ser. 3, vip. 8 (1886);  to zhe, 1880 god, ser. 3, vip. 7 (1887);  to zhe, 1876–1880 gg. , ser. 3, vip. 6 (1885);  to zhe, 1879 god, ser. 3, vip. 3 (1884);  to zhe, 1878 god, ser. 2, vip. 25 (1884);  to zhe, 1877 god, ser.
The same is true for the portion of imperial Russian Finland that is included in the present Russian Federation, though the total population of this region could be obtained for 1885 and 1904–1916. 37 Given this situation and to grasp the overall trend the figures for the crude birth, death, and infant mortality rates obtained in (2) for the European part of the present Russian Federation were applied to these territories outside European part of the Russian Empire. The crude birth, death, and infant mortality rates for European Russia were applied to the 1916 population of the Caucasus, Siberia, and the Russia’s far east (plus part of Finland), calculated using the method described in (2), and were used to go back and calculate populations for previous years.