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Publication frequency – once a year. Issued from 2016.

2 September 30, 2016

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1. Goran Rajović, Jelisavka Bulatović
Regional Inequalities Population of Montenegro with Overview of Regional Indicators

Population Processes, 2016, Vol.(2), Is. 2, pp. 37-45.
DOI: 10.13187/popul.2016.2.37CrossRef

This statement analyzes the current demographic characteristics of the Republic of Montenegro. The key indicators of the demographic situation, such as the indicators of the movement of the population of Montenegro from 1948 to 2011, population growth rate the region and the municipalities of Montenegro from 1966 to 2011, age structure of Montenegrin population, constant variant of population projection by regions of Montenegro, 2010 - 2050 and overview of selected regional indicators have an uncertain future. Demographic indicators are influenced by a number of different factors which can be hard to predict. At the same time the demographic characteristics of the population have highly significant implications for economic and social development of any area in a long term perspective. Demographic characteristics and trends analysis is one of the most important points in understanding the demographic future of certain region and the country as a whole.

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2. Olga V. Natolochnaya
The Social Policy of the USSR in 1945-1953 years: the Public Health Protection

Population Processes, 2016, Vol.(2), Is. 2, pp. 46-55.
DOI: 10.13187/popul.2016.2.46CrossRef

The article discusses the social policy in the USSR in the postwar period in the field of public health. The importance is given to the custody of invalids and teenagers of the great Patriotic war. In conclusion, the author notes that the government is paid the particular attention to the protection of population’s health, unable in harsh conditions of the postwar period in the short term to provide the population financially. For these purposes, it has been studied and used in practice, the experience of recovery of the population after the First world war and the Civil war. The taken measures were very similar: then and now the primary task was the protection of motherhood and childhood, fighting for infant survival, for strengthening of health of children and adults.

URL: http://ejournal44.com/journals_n/1477666043.pdf
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3. Elena G. Ryaposova
The Research of Opportunities to Improve Life Expectancy in Russian Based on Mathematical Multifactor Models

Population Processes, 2016, Vol.(2), Is. 2, pp. 56-64.
DOI: 10.13187/popul.2016.2.56CrossRef

The urgency of research of influence of various factors on the level of life expectancy in Russia is illustrated. The type of model is selected and multifactor linear model is built, which describes the dynamics of the level of life expectancy and the influence of factors such as the level of wages, the dollar exchange rate, the number of doctors, consolidated budget expenditures on health care. The forecast of the selected factors is produced for forecast level of life expectancy. The regularities of changes in the dynamics of the level of life expectancy, depending on the level of wages are described.

URL: http://ejournal44.com/journals_n/1477666113.pdf
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4. Igor I. Shcherbak
Some Aspects of Demographic Problems of the USSR after the Great Patriotic War

Population Processes, 2016, Vol.(2), Is. 2, pp. 65-71.
DOI: 10.13187/popul.2016.2.65CrossRef

The article examines some aspects of demographic problems in the USSR in the period after World War II. The attention is paid to the causes of the demographic imbalance among the different national groups of the Soviet Union. The author notes the traces on both the city and rural age&sex structure transferred to the war and the famine years of losses. Traditionally to the XX century there are effects of intensive migration of young people in the city and, finally, there is the slower development of demographic transition in the village, which is reflected mainly in a higher birth rate even in a pronounced post-war "shortage" of men.

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