Институт демографии Национального исследовательского университета "Высшая школа экономики"

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16 - 29 марта 2020

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Здравоохранение России. Что надо делать. Состояние и предложения: 2019–2024 гг.

World Mortality 2019

Pensions at a glance 2019

Demographic indicators of Azerbaijan

Регионы России. Основные характеристики субъектов Российской Федерации 2019

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№ 570, October 2019

The decrease in life expectancy in the United States since 2014

Magali Barbieri

Life expectancy at birth in the United States stopped increasing in 2010 and has even been declining for men since 2014. The United States started to fall behind other countries around 1980, and its ranking has fallen steadily since then. Progress in combating cardiovascular diseases, the main factor behind the increase in life expectancy in the 1970s and 1980s, has slowed since 2000, due notably to the increase in obesity and diabetes. The drug overdose epidemic accounts for half of the years of life lost between 2014 and 2017. Overdose mortality increased more than fivefold between 1980 and 2017


№ 571, November 2019

The influence of tobacco on mortality in Europe

Fanny Janssen

Smoking is the leading preventable risk factor of mortality in Europe, and its share of all-cause mortality is particularly high compared to other world regions. Fanny Janssen analyses the impact of smoking on mortality levels and trends in Europe and examines how variations in smoking and smoking-attributable mortality by sex and between countries explain differences in life expectancy.


№ 572, December 2019

What people in France know about population: Evidence from a recent survey

Virginie De Luca Barrusse, Cécile Lefèvre and Jacques Véron

What do people in France know and think about population? Using data from a survey conducted in 2018 on a representative sample of the general population, Virginie De Luca Barrusse, Cécile Lefèvre, and Jacques Véron take stock of the state of awareness and opinions in France about current population issues and their changes over the last 70 years.


№ 573, January 2020

World population outlook: Explosion or implosion?

Henri Leridon

Could world population growth stop by 2050 or even decrease before then? Drawing on United Nations projections, Henri Leridon examines the conditions for such a reversal, notably the crises in mortality and declines in fertility that it would imply, as well as their plausibility.


№ 574, February 2020

Pensions: a look back at thirty years of debate and reform

Didier Blanchet

The French pension system has been reformed 4 times since 1993. With respect to what was anticipated in the early 1990s, the system has been rebalanced by acting equally upon an increase in contributions (already achieved), a progressive increase in the retirement age, and a gradual decline in the relative living standard of retirees. But the balance achieved remains sensitive to fluctuations in economic growth and the effective future trajectory of population ageing.


№ 575, March 2020

France: the highest fertility in Europe

Gilles Pison

Fertility remained stable in France between 2018 and 2019, after having fallen from 2.02 children per woman in 2010 to 1.84 in 2018. Have similar fluctuations occurred elsewhere? Repositioning France’s fertility level and trends among those observed in neighbouring countries, Gilles Pison describes the uniqueness of the French situation in Europe and in the world.


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