Новая база данных "Показатели человеческого развития"
на сайте ПРООН

Уважаемые пользователи сети интернет!

Отдел Докладов о человеческом развитии Программы развития ООН (HDRO) сообщает, что на сайте HDRO по адресу www.undp.org/hdro в разделе Human Development Report 2001 (Доклад о человеческом развитии, 2001) находится база данных "Показатели человеческого развития" ("Human Development Indicators").

Эта база данных дает возможность:

  • увидеть PDF файлы с таблицами показателей в том виде, как они опубликованы в Докладе;
  • загрузить данные по отдельным показателям в EXCEL файлы (выбор нескольких показателей пока не предусмотрен);
    получить информацию об источниках данных, используемых определениях и других деталях, указанных в подстрочных примечаниях;
  • создать рабочий массив данных для каждой страны путем объединения всей информации, имеющейся в таблицах показателей.
  • Указанная база данных опубликована одновременно с выходом Доклада. Пользователи интернета впервые получают доступ к полному массиву показателей с возможностями интерактивного доступа.

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A Program of the National Council for Eurasian and East European Research (NCEEER)
In conjunction with the American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS
Supported With a Grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York


The National Council for Eurasian and East European Research is pleased to announce the competition for the Carnegie Research Fellowship Program in the United States for the 2001-2002 academic year. Scholars from eligible regions of Russia in the humanities and social sciences may apply for individual, non-degree research opportunities at universities and institutes in the United States. This competition selects university faculty, researchers, advanced graduate students, and scholars in the social sciences and humanities from the cities of Tomsk, Ekaterinburg, Voronezh and their respective oblasts. All fellows will conduct research on specific topics in the social sciences and humanities, write a 15 to 30 page academic paper for presentation upon the fellow's return home, and deliver lectures with the goal of contributing to the further development of higher education and scholarship in the Russian Federation. The Carnegie Research Fellowship Program (CRFP) is administered by the National Council for Eurasian and East European Research (NCEEER) in collaboration with the American Councls for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS (American Councils).

Participants in CRFP will conduct research in the United States for four months.

Participants in the CRFP will receive the following: Round-trip airfare from their home cities to their host universities in the United States, pre-academic orientation, monthly stipend, health insurance, access to libraries and archives, professional development and alumni activities. There will also be limited funds available for pre-program English language training for some candidates.



  • Individuals who are eligible to participate in CRFP:
  • Citizens of Russia who are residing, working, or studying in one of the following regions: Voronezhskaya Oblast, Sverdlovskaya Oblast, or Tomskaya Oblast.
  • Applicants whose proposals relate to the themes chosen by one of the Centers for Advanced Study and Education:
    • Tomsk State University -- Russia's Integration into the World Community
    • Ural State University -- Tolerance in a Contemporary Civilization
    • Voronezh State University -- Culture in a Contemporary Society (Intercultural Communication and Interaction of Cultures; Social Nature of Conflicts; Historic and Cultural Legacy in the Dialogue of Cultures; Region in the System of Economic, Political and Legal Relations: Federalism and Local Self-Government)
  • Advanced graduate students, university faculty and scholars at any stage in their careers who have not recently conducted research projects at U.S. institutions.
  • Scholars who hold a "Kandidatskaya" degree or higher, or who are working towards a "Kandidatskaya" degree at the time of application.
  • Scholars who have a level of proficiency in written and spoken English that is sufficient to conduct independent research and engage colleagues.
  • Scholars who have publications (advanced graduate students may cite papers presented at acadeic conferences) in a particular field.
  • Scholars who are able to receive and maintain a United States J-1 visa.
  • Scholars who are able to begin CRFP in the United States in January 2002.

  • NCEEER and the American Councils do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national or ethnic origin, handicap or disability.

    Individuals NOT eligible:

  • Spouses of U.S. citizens or spouses of citizens of countries other than the countries of the NIS.
  • Individuals who have applied for an immigrant visa to any country, or who have requested political asylum in any country (this includes individuals who hold or have applied for a U.S. "green card" or who have applied to the U.S. Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery).
  • Employees of NCEEER and American Councils, their spouses, children, and grandchildren are not eligible to participate in any NCEEER/American Councils-administered competition.

The CRFP provides no financial support for the family members or dependents of program participants.

All CRFP participants must return immediately to their home countries for at least two (2) calendar years upon completion of the program in the United States. No requests for visa extensions, waivers, or transfers will be granted under any circumstances.


NCEEER and American Councils office
Leninskii Prospekt, dom 2, kom. 526 Moscow 117049, Russia
tel: (095) 956-7808
fax: (095) 230-2233
e-mail: nceeer@actr.ru

Вакансии для приглашенных исследователей в Институте демографических исследований Макса Планка (Росток, Германия)

Зимний семестр 2001-2002 годов

Openings at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research
for Visiting Scholars (Ph.D. Students and Post-Docs)
Winter Semester 2001/2002

The Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock, Germany, has openings for Visiting Scholars for stays of one to five months between October 1, 2001 and February 28, 2002. The openings are primarily intended for doctoral students or post-doctoral fellows who want to pursue an individual scientific program in one of our research groups or laboratories and who cannot get financial support for their visit from their home institutions. There are many openings in the:

  • Laboratory of Survival and Longevity, headed by Prof. J. Vaupel, and
  • Laboratory of Contemporary European Fertility and Family Dynamics, headed by Prof. J. Hoem.

There are also some openings in the:

  • Research Unit on Reproductive Health, headed by Prof. E. Carlson,
  • Research Group on Social Dynamics and Fertility, headed by Prof. H-P. Kohler,
  • Research Group on Population, Economy and Environment, headed by Dr. A. Fuernkranz-Prskawetz, and
  • Research Group on the Demography of Early Adulthood, headed by Dr. F. Billari.

With the approval of the head of the laboratory or research group, Visiting Scholars may take appropriate research seminars, generally only one or two at a time, offered by the International Max Planck Research School for Demography (IMPRSD). For further information about the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR), please visit www.demogr.mpg.de. For information about courses offered by the International Max Planck Research School for Demography, please visit www.imprsd.org. For specific information about the Visiting Scholars Program, contact Prof. Elwood Carlson, at carlson@demogr.mpg.de.

Please send an application (including CV, statement of research interests, proposed program of individual research and IMPRSD courses, and description of your statistical and demographic education) to Prof. Carlson by email before July 15, 2001. Before submitting a final application, it would be useful to submit a tentative application as soon as possible. Applicants can expect to be notified concerning acceptance by August 1, 2001. Preference is given to individuals with handicaps. MPIDR encourages applications from women.

Продолжается подготовка к XXIV Всеобщему Конгрессу по народонаселению Международного Союза по научному изучению населения (IUSSP), который состоится в бразильском городе Сальвадор (штат Багия) 18-24 августа 2001 года.
Одна из 67 секций Конгресса посвящена демографии Центральной и Восточной Европы.
Организатор секции - Анатолий Вишневский (Россия).

15 декабря 2000 года истек срок представления заявок на участие в Конгрессе и резюме готовящихся докладов.

Ниже приводится список докладов, заявленных на секцию 44:
"Демография Центральной и Восточной Европы"

Sofija Adzic (Yugoslavia). Regional policy and managing demographic flows - the case of the federal republic of Yugoslavia
Evgueni Andreev (Russia). Did the economic crisis cause the mortality fluctuation in Russia in the 1990s?
Valentina Bodrova (Russia). Reproductive Orientation of Russian Population as a Barometer of Socio-Economic Processes during 1991-2000.
Florina Serbanescu, Howard Goldberg, Leo Morris (USA). CDC-assisted Reproductive Health Surveys in Eastern Europe: Highlights and Policy Implications
Tomas Frejka (USA), Ward Kingkade (USA), Kalev Katus (Estonia), Gerard Calot (France). Contemporary cohort reproductive patterns in the Baltic countries.
Vasile Ghetau (Romania). La fecondite et la mortalite roumaine sous le choc de la transition economique et sociale.
Ward Kingkade and Cheryl Chriss Sawyer (USA). Infant Mortality in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union before and after the Breakup
Dimiter Philipov (Germany). Demographic change in Central and Eastern Europe: culture, economy, and social norms in transition.
Sergei Pirozhkov (Ukraine) and Gaiane Safarova (Russia). Demographic perspectives of Russia and Ukraine.
Jean-Paul Sardon (France). Fecondite et transition en Europe centrale et orientale.
Vladislava Stankuniene (Lithuania). A changing of Lithuanian family through the 20th century.
Zhanna Zayonchkovskaya (Russia). The Postsoviet space: the migratory situation on the eve of the 21st century.


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