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Russian Demographic Data Sheet 2016

January 13, 2017, 15:00 – 17:00, Building 5, 2nd Floor, Room 223

The Russian demographic data sheet is the result of the joint work of RANEPA, Rosstat and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA). It contains information about the current demographic situation and projection by regions of Russia until 2035.

Both traditional demographic indicators and a number of the newest demographic indicators, calculated for Russia for the first time (such as the “old-age threshold", prospective old-age dependency ratio [POADR), etc.) are reflected in this demographic data sheet.

The demographic sheet allows experts to analyze regional demographic situations in many respects, as well as to take a fresh look at the regional demographic processes in Russia.

Issues for Discussion

  • The results of the Russian Demographic Data Sheet 2016
  • Population projection up to 2035 by regions of Russia
  • Population differentiation of regions of Russia


  • Tatyana Maleva
    Tatyana Maleva

    Director, Institute of Social Analysis and Forecasts, RANEPA


  • Serghei Scherbov
    Serghei Scherbov

    Head, International Laboratory for Demography and Human Capital, RANEPA; Deputy Director, World Population Program, IIASA

  • Pavel Kabat
    Pavel Kabat

    Director General and CEO, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Austria

  • Wolfgang Lutz
    Wolfgang Lutz

    Director, Wittgenstein Center, Director of the World Population Program, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)

  • Svetlana Nikitina
    Svetlana Nikitina

    Head, Department for Population and Health Statistics, Federal State Statistics Service

  • Konstantin Laykam
    Konstantin Laykam

    Deputy Head, Federal Service of State Statistics

  • Sergey Shulgin
    Sergey Shulgin

    Deputy Head, the International Laboratory of Demography and Human Capital, RANEPA

  • Valery Yelizarov
    Valery Yelizarov

    Head, Center for Population Studies, Lomonosov Moscow State University