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 learn, the authors current the 1st English-language assessment of demographic information assortment in Russia. Chapters within the e-book supply a scientific review of the laws regulating fertility and the family members sphere, a examine of the criteria picking out first and better order births, and an exam of inhabitants distribution throughout Russian areas. The ebook additionally combines learn instruments from the social sciences with a scientific method of offer a examine of mortality premiums. through bringing jointly techniques from a number of disciplines – demography, economics, and sociology – the authors of this booklet supply a complete and exact overview of the old roots of Russia's demographic development.
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18 (1891);  to zhe, 1886 god, vip. 12 (1890);  to zhe, 1885 god, vip. 11 (1890);  Statistika Rossiiskoi Imperii: Sbornik svedeniia po Rossii (Statistics of the Russian Empire: Collection of information on Russia), 1890, vip. 10 (1890);  to zhe, 1215000 1267000 No. of No. 1 (continued) 38 K. Kumo Population Statistics of Russia: The Russian Empire... (continued) 1884–1885 godi, vip. 1 (1887);  Statisticheskii vremennik Rossiiskoi Imperii: Sbornik svedenii po Rossii (Statistical Annals of the Russian Empire: Collection of information on Russia), vip.
2, vip. 18 (1882);  to zhe, 1871 god, ser. 2, vip. 17 (1881);  to zhe, 1870 god, ser. 2, vip. 14 (1879);  to zhe, 1869 god, ser. 2, vip. 13 (1877);  to zhe, 1868 god, ser. 2, vip. 12 (1877);  Statisticheskii vremennnik Rossiiskoi Imperii, ser. 2, vip. 10 (1875);  to zhe, ser. 2, vip. 1 (1871);  to zhe, vip. 1 (1866);  Statisticheskie tablitsi Rossiiskoi Imperii (Statistical tables of the Russian Empire) (1863);  to zhe, (1858) Notes to the Data on Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia * Total populations for 1940–1945, numbers of births and deaths for 1927–1938 and 1941–1949, and numbers of infant deaths for 1935–1939, 1941–1949, 1951–1952, 1955–1957, and 1959 were not extracted from ofﬁcially published statistics but directly from archive materials.
2, L. 17, L. ); 1935–1938: F. 1562, O. 329, D. 138. Figures for 1935 and 1937 do not include the Iakutskaia ASSR. Figures for 1936 do not include the Dalnevostochnii Krai.