Institute of Economic Research,Research Division of Comparative and World Economics
KUMO Kazuhiro
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Books

1.Gendering Post-Soviet Space: Demography, Labor Market and Values in Empirical Research(co-authored and co-edited)
Springer Nature 2021
ISBN 978-9811593574Link
2.Russian Economic Development over Three Centuries: New Data and Inferences (in press)(jointly worked)
Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK 2020
ISBN 978-981-13-8429-5Link
3.Russian Economic Development over Three Centuries: New Data and Inferences(co-authored and co-edited)
Palgrave Macmillan, London, United Kingdom 2019
ISBN 978-981-13-8428-8Link
4.Demography of Russia: From the Past to the Present(jointly worked)
Palgrave Macmillan, UK 2016
ISBN 978-1-137-51850-7Link
5.Migration and Migration Policy of the Russia Federation(jointly worked)
Российская академия наук, Москва 2011
6.Migration and regional development in the Soviet Union and Russia: A geographical approach
Beck Publishers Russia 2003

Paper

1.Population Aging, Low Fertility, and Social Security in Russia
Xinxin Ma ed., Employment, Retirement and Lifestyle in Aging East Asia, Palgrave Macmillan pp.283-299 2021 Book
ISBN 978-981-16-0554-3doi
2.Старение населения, низкая рождаемость и социальная защита в России
Slavic and East European Studies Vol.41,pp.1-17 2021 Academic journal
3.Women's Voices: Work-Life Balance and Power Relationship in the Household in Tajikistan(jointly worked)
in Karabchuk, T., Kumo, K., Gatskova, K and Skoglund, E. eds., Gendering Post-Soviet Space: Demography, Labor Market and Values in Empirical Research, Springer Nature pp.303-332 2021 Book
ISBN 978-981-15-9358-1doi
4.Rural Population Dynamics in the Russian Extreme North IN 1989–2019: A Case Of Sakha Republic (Yakutia)(jointly worked)
GEOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENT, SUSTAINABILITY Vol.13,No.4,pp.65-71 2020 Academic journal
ISSN 2071-9388doiLink
5.Transformational Recession and Recovery: Determinants of the J-Curved Growth Path(jointly worked)
in Iwasaki, I. ed.,The Economics of Transition: Developing and Reforming Emerging Economies pp.67-118 2020 Book
ISBN 9780367210335Link
6.The Collapse of the COMECON System and Trade in Transition Countries(jointly worked)
in Iwasaki, I. ed., The Economics of Transition: Developing and Reforming Emerging Economies pp.263-284 2020 Book
ISBN 9780429264979Link
7.Human Resource Management in Transition(jointly worked)
in Iwasaki, I. ed., The Economics of Transition: Developing and Reforming Emerging Economies pp.239-262 2020 Book
ISBN 9780429264979
8.Economic Transition and Poverty: Changes in the Determinants of Poverty
in Iwasaki, I. ed.,The Economics of Transition: Developing and Reforming Emerging Economies, Routledge pp.119-144 2020 Book
ISBN 9780429264979Link
9.ОБЩИЕ ТЕНДЕНЦИИ И ГЕОГРАФИЧЕСКИЕ РАЗЛИЧИЯВ ДИНАМИКЕ СЕЛЬСКОГО НАСЕЛЕНИЯ РЕСПУБЛИКИ САХА (ЯКУТИЯ): ИТОГИ ТРЕХ ДЕСЯТИЛЕТИЙ(jointly worked)
Географическая среда и живые системы Vol.2,pp.63-75 2020 Academic journal
ISSN 2712-7613
10.Instability and Stability in the Population Dynamics of Chukotka and Its Settlements in the Post-Soviet Period: Regional Features and Intraregional and Local Differences(jointly worked)
Regional Research of Russia (Springer) Vol.10,No.1,pp.71-85 2020 Academic journal
ISSN 2079-9705Link
11.Determinants of Regional Fertility in Russia: A Dynamic Panel Data Analysis(jointly worked)
Post-Communist Economies Vol.32,No.2,pp.176-214 2020 Academic journal
ISSN 0939-3625doiLink
12.Пересмотр межрегиональной миграции в Советской России
Пространственная экономика Vol.15,No.4 2019 Academic journal
13.Labor(jointly worked)
Kuboniwa, K., Y. Nakamura, K. Kumo and Y. Shida eds., Russian Economic Development over Three Centuries: New Data and Inferences, Palgrave Macmillan, London, United Kingdom pp.105-132 2019 Book
ISBN 978-981-13-8429-5doi
14.Population
Kuboniwa, K., Y. Nakamura, K. Kumo and Y. Shida eds., Russian Economic Development over Three Centuries: New Data and Inferences, Palgrave Macmillan, London, United Kingdom pp.59-103 2019 Book
ISBN 978-981-13-8429-5doi
15.Нестабильность и стабильность в динамике населения Чукотки и ее населенных пунктов в постсоветский период: региональные особенности, внутрирегиональные и локальные различия(jointly worked)
Известия РАН. Серия Географическая Vol.6,pp.107-125 2019 Academic journal
16.Determinants of regional fertility in Russia: a dynamic panel data analysis(jointly worked)
Post-Communist Economies Vol.32,No.2,pp.176-214 2019 Academic journal
doi
17.Post-Soviet population dynamics in the Russian Extreme North: A case of Chukotka(jointly worked)
Polar Science Vol.21,pp.58-67 2019 Academic journal
ISSN 1873-9652doi
18.J-Curve in Transition Economies: A Large Meta-analysis of the Determinants of Output Changes(jointly worked)
Comparative Economic Studies Vol.61,No.1,pp.149-191 2019 Academic journal
Link
19.Foreign Trade and Regional Inequality: the Case of the Russian Federation
Ekonomika Regiona [Economy of Region] Vol.14,No.3,pp.884-895 2018 Academic journal
doi
20.Изменения факторов миграции населения в Росси' анализ с исползованием матриц
Материалы ХХХII Российско-Японского симпозиума ученых-экономистов Дальнего Востока России и района Кансай (Япония), ИЭИ ДВО РАН, Хабаровск, 2018 pp.63-74 2018 International conference proceedings
21.Post-Soviet Period Changes in Resource Utilization and Their Impact on Population Dynamics in Chukotka Autonomous Okrug(jointly worked)
Geography, Environment, Sustainability Vol.10,No.3 2017 Academic journal
2542-1565doi
22.Голоса Женщин: Гендерное исследование в Таджикистане(jointly worked)
Slavic and East European Studies (to be published in 2017) 2017 Academic journal
23.Population Statistics of Russia: The Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and the Russian Federation
T.Karabchuk, K.Kumo, E.Selezneva, Demography of Russia: From the Past to the Present, Palgrave Macmillan, UK pp.11-62 2016 Book
ISBN 978-1-137-51850-7Link
24.Interregional Migration: Analysis of Origin-to-Destination Matrix
T.Karabchuk, K.Kumo, E.Selezneva, Demography of Russia: From the Past to the Present, Palgrave Macmillan, UK pp.261-314 2016 Book
ISBN 978-1-137-51850-7Link
25.Changes in Mortality: Meta-Analysis
T.Karabchuk, K.Kumo, E.Selezneva, Demography of Russia: From the Past to the Present, Palgrave Macmillan, UK pp.219-259 2016 Book
ISBN 978-1-137-51850-7Link
26.Население Чукотки в пространстве и времени // Российские регионы(jointly worked)
взгляд в будущее Vol.3,pp.50-66 2016 Academic journal
27.Inter-regional Population Migration in Russia Revisited: Analysis on Origin-to-Destination Matrix, 1990-2013
Vol.67,No.3,pp.215-237 2016 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
28.Research on Poverty in Transition Economies: A Meta-analysis on Changes in the Determinants of Poverty
Transition Studies Review Vol.23,No.1 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 1614-4015
29.Внешняя торговля и экономическое развитие российских регионов в 2000-2012 (jointly worked)
Вестник Санкт-Петербургского Университета: Серия Экономика Vol.2,pp.47-71 2015 Academic journal
30.Social Security and Changes in the Socio-economic Environment in Russia
Vol.191,pp.6-15 2015 Academic journal
ISSN 1344-3062CiNiiLink
31.Economic Development, Geography, and Trade: Evidence from Russian Regions, 2000-2012(jointly worked)
Global Policy and Governance Vol.4,No.2,pp.71-88 2015 Academic journal
ISSN 2194-7759
32.Socialist Legacies of Personnel and Human Resource Management in European Transition Economies: An Analytical Review(jointly worked)
The Economic Review Vol.66,No.1,pp.55-71 2015 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
33.Poverty Studies in Transitional Economies: Meta-Analysis on Trends in Poverty Determinants
The Economic Review Vol.66,No.1,pp.72-93 2015 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
34.Demographic Situations and Development Programs in the Russian Far East and Zabaikalye
Studies on Russia: Time and Space of Risks and Opportunities, Kyong-Wan Lee et al. eds., LIT-Verlag, Munich pp.65-86 2012 Book
35.Determinants of Childbirth in Russia: A Micro-data Approach
Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics Vol.53,No.1,pp.49-69 2012 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 0018-280xHERMES-IR
36.Mortality Trends in Russia Revisited-A Survey-
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.63,No.2,pp.171-187 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
37.Tajik Labor Migrants and Their Remittances: Is Tajik Migration Pro-Poor?
Post-Communist Economies Vol.24,No.1,pp.87-109 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 1465-3958doiLink
38.Тенденции и детерминанты рождаемости в России// Материалы XXVII
Российско-японского симпозиума историков и экономистов ДВО РАН и района Кансай (Япония), Дальнаука, Владивосток pp.212-219 2012 Book
39.Таджикские трудовые мигранты и их денежные переводы
Экономика региона Vol.30,No.2,pp.285-301 2012 Academic journal
40.Tajik Labor Migrants and Their Remittances
Миграционный мост между Центральной Азией и Россией, Рязанцев , С.В. и Каримов, О.К. ред., Москва, Экон-информ pp.308-315 2011 Book
41.Women's Voices: Gender Survey in Tajikistan(jointly worked)
Migration Bridge between the Central Asia and Russia pp.222-230 2011 Book
42.Tajiki Migrants and Their Remittances--Are Tajik Migration Pro-Poor?--
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.62,No.2,pp.113-128 2011 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
43.Fertility Trends in Russia : Viewed through Micro-Data and Demographic Structure
Japanese Slavic and East European studies Vol.31,pp.81-91 2011 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
44.Explaining Fertility Trends in Russia
Natural Resource Development, Population and Environment in Russia, Japan Foundation & Institute MIRBIS, Moscow pp.69-77 2011 Book
45.Fertility Trends in Russia: Viewed through Micro-Data and Demographic Structure
Japanese Slavic and East European Studies Vol.31,pp.81-92 2011 Academic journal
ISSN 03891186CiNii
46.Explaining Fertility Trends in Russia
Россия и страны Северо-восточной Азии: Вопросы экономического сотрудничества, под. ред. Татаркина, А.И., Институт экономики Уральского отделения РАН, Екатеринбург pp.19-27 2010 Book
47.Determinants of Childbirth in Russia -A Micro-Data Approach-
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.61,No.1,pp.1-17 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
48.Economic Situations in the Russian Far East and North-East Asia
Japanese Slavic and East European Studies Vol.29,pp.27-48 2009 Academic journal
ISSN 03891186CiNii
49.Population Migration in Post-Soviet Russia
Economic Science in Contemporary Russia Vol.2,pp.132-145 2007 Academic journal
50.Interregional Migration in Russia: Using an Origin-to-Destination Matrix
Post-Communist Economies Vol.19,No.2,pp.131-152 2007 Academic journal
ISSN 1463-1377doiLink
51.Миграция Населения в Постсоветской России (Population Migration in Post-Soviet Russia)
Экономическая Наука Современной России (Economic Science in Contemporary Russia) vol. 2 pp.132-145 2007 Academic journal
52.Economic Geography and the Regions of Russia(jointly worked)
Trade Policy and WTO Accession for Economic Development: Application for Russia and the CIS (The World Bank) pp.545-558 2006 Book
53.Trade Policy and WTO Accession: Implications for the Regions of Russia(jointly worked)
Торговая политика и значение вступления в ВТО для развития России и стран СНГ: Руководство, ред. Дэвида Г. Тарра, Всемирный Банк (The World Bank), Москва, Глава 41 pp.559-567 2006 Academic journal
54.Экономика Российского Дальнего Востока и Северо-Восточная Азия: Взгляд из Японии (Economic Situations in the Russian Far East and North-East Asia)
Проблемы Современной Экономики (Problems in Modern Economics) vol.5 2006 Academic journal
55.Economic Situations in the Russian Far East and North-East Asia
Problems in Modern Economics Vol.5 2006 Academic journal
56.Russian Regions and Trade Policy(jointly worked)
Trade Policy and WTO Accession for Economic Development: Application for Russia and the CIS, G.B.Navaretti, D.Tarr and J.Goto eds., the World Bank Russia, Moscow No.Module19 2005 Book
57.Soviet Industrial Location: A Re-examination
Europe-Asia Studies Vol.56,No.4,pp.595-613 2004 Academic journal
ISSN 0966-8136doiLink
58.Regional Economies and Interregional Population Migration: A Case of Russia
『経済論叢』 香川大学 (井原健雄教授記念号) Vol.143,No.3,pp.213-224 2003 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 03893030CiNii
59.Population Redistribution in the USSR: Time-Series Analysis on Inter-Union Republican Migration in the Former Soviet Union
Japanese Slavic and East European Studies No.23,pp.33-56 2003 Academic journal
ISSN 03891186CiNii
60.Migration and Regional Economy in Russia: Recent Trends and Their Backgrounds
Far Eastern Studies No.2,pp.1-14 2003 Academic journal
61.Time-series Analysis on Industrial Location Patterns in the Soviet Union (1)
Roshia-Yuhrasia Keizai Chousa Shiryou Vol.835,pp.2-16 2002 Academic journal
ISSN 13435256CiNii
62.Time-series Analysis on Industrial Location Patterns in the Soviet Union
Roshia-Yuhrasia Keizai Chousa Shiryou Vol.836,pp.2-18 2002 Academic journal
ISSN 13435256CiNii
63.Soviet Regions Revisited : A Note on Trends in Regional TFP
Annals of Economic Studies Vol.40,pp.109-135 2001 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 04512081CiNii
64.Soviet Regions Revisited: A Note on Trends in TFP
『研究年報』(香川大学経済研究所) Vol.40,pp.109-138 2001 Academic journal
ISSN 04512081CiNii
65.Soviet Industrial Location: Estimating Industrial Output by Region
『研究年報』(香川大学経済研究所) Vol.40,pp.68-108 2001 Academic journal
ISSN 04512081CiNii
66.Regional Economy in Russia under Transition : Regional Characteristics and Interregional Migration
Bulletin of the Former Soviet Union Economy No.809,pp.2-14 1999 Academic journal
ISSN 13435256CiNii
67.Industrial Location and Regional Productivity Differentials in the USSR: Estimating the Production Function
『ロシア・東欧学会年報』 Vol.27,pp.92-101 1999 Academic journal
ISSN 2185-4645CiNii
68.A Note on Regional Economy Under Transition
Russian and East European Studies Vol.26,pp.64-73 1998 Academic journal
ISSN 2185-4645CiNii
69.Russian Economy through the Net.
Russian Economy pp.277-281 1998 Book
ISBN 978-4-7907-0711-0
70.Collapse of the Sovit Union and Regional Economy in Russia
Russian Economy pp.117-129 1998 Book
ISBN 978-4-7907-0711-0
71.Economic System Conversion and Migration Transition in Russia
Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies Vol.9,No.1,pp.20-36 1997 Academic journal
doiLink
72.Studies on Interregional Migration in the Former Soviet Union and Russia: A Survey
『比較経済体制学会会報』 No.34,pp.72-80 1997 Academic journal
ISSN 1883-9797CiNii
73.Effects of Economic Incentives on Population migration
Kyoto University Economic Review Vol.159,No.4,pp.45-70 1997 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 00130273CiNii
74.The interelationship between changes in the Russian Labor market and internal migration patterns in Russia
Annals of the Japanese Association for Russian and East European Studies Vol.25,pp.65-73 1997 Academic journal
ISSN 2185-4645CiNii
75.Studies on Interegional Migration in the Former Soviet Union and Russia : A Survey.
『比較経済体制学会年報』 Vol.34,pp.72-80 1997 Academic journal

Other

1.Foreign Economic Relations and Regional Growth in North East Asia: Russia's WTO Accession and its Effects(jointly worked)
IER Discussion Papers Series Vol.B-44 2015 Other
HERMES-IR
2.Neil Robinson eds, The Political Economy of Russia, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Plymouth, 2013, xi + 228 pp
Journal of Siberian and Far Eastern Studies Vol.11,pp.92-96 2014 Academic journal
3.Tajik Labour Migrants and their Remittances: Is Tajik Migration Pro-Poor?
Global COE Hi-Stat Discussion Paper Series, Hitotsubashi University Vol.182 2011 Other
HERMES-IR
4.Explaining Fertility Trends in Russia
VoxEU 2010 Other
Link
5.Demographic Situations and Development Programs in the Russian Far East and Zabaikalye
Russian Research Center Working Paper, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University Vol.24 2010 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
6.Determinants of Childbirth in Russia: A Micro-Data Approach
Global COE Hi-Stat Discussion Paper Series, Hitotsubashi University Vol.104 2009 Other
HERMES-IR
7.Long-Term Population Statistics for Russia, 1867-2002(jointly worked)
RRC Working Paper Series Vol.2 2007 Other
HERMES-IR
8."Игорь Р. Савельев, Миграция и Государство: Китайская, Корейская и Японская Диаспора на Российском Дальнем Востоке в 1860-1917 гг. (Токио, Очаномизу Шобо, 2005), 323 стр."
Japanese Slavic and East European Studies Vol.26,pp.167-170 2006 Academic journal
9.New Generation of Russian Economic Studies(co-authored and co-edited)
Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo Vol.B34 2006 Other
HERMES-IR
10.Gary Krueger, Enterprise Restructuring and the Role of Managers in Russia: Case Studies of Firms in Transition. London & Armonk, New York: M. E. Sharpe, 2004
Europe-Asia Studies Vol.57,No.4,pp.619-621 2005 Academic journal
11.Soviet Industrial Location: A Reexamination
Working Peper, Institute of Economic Research, Kagawa University, Japan Vol.58 2002 Other
12.Migration and Regional Economy in Russia: Trends and Tendencies
Working Paper, Institute of Economic Research, Kagawea University, Japan Vol.57 2002 Other
13.Migration and Regional Development in the Soviet Union and Russia: A Geographical Approach
Working Paper, Institute of Economic Research, Kagawa University, Japan Vol.49 2002 Other
14.The Primacy of European Regions in the Former Soviet Union: An Application of the Factor Analysis
Working Paper, Institute of Economic Research, Kagawa University, Japan Vol.40 2001 Other
15.Regional Economy in Transformational Russia: Regional Characteristics and Population Migration under Transition
Working Paper, Institute of Economic Research, Kagawa University, Japan Vol.41 2001 Other
16.Population Redistribution in the USSR : Time-Series Analysis on Inter-Union Republican Migration in the Soviet Union
Working Paper, Institute of Economic Research, Kagawa University Vol.29 1999 Other
17.Regional Economy in Russia : Polarization and its Factors
Vol.30 1999 Other
18.Political Economy of Soviet Industrial Location: A Geographical Approach
CCES Discussion Paper, Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Vol.A-46 1998 Other

Oral Presentation

NOName of subject/Conference NameYearSite
1.Здравоохранение, медицинское обслуживание и Ковид-19 в Японии(Regular Seminar of the Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow)
2020.11Online (Russian Academy of Science, Moscow)
2.Geography and Trade for Regional Growth in Russia, 2000-2017(New Asian Policy and the Growth of Russian Far East)
2019.12Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Khabarovsk, Russia
3.Post-Soviet Population Dynamics in the Russian Extreme North: An Implication to Remote Areas(Sustainable Development in China and Russia)
2019.11Toyama International Conference Center
4.Demography of Japan: A Society of Losing Population(Invited Lecture at the Department of Government and Society, United Arab Emirates University)
2019.11Invited Lecture at the Department of Government and Society, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, UAE
5.Gender Situation in Russia through the Mirror of Micro-Data(XXXV Russo-Japanese Academic Symposium)
2019.09Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Khabarovsk, Russia
6.Interregional Population Migration in the Late Soviet Period: A Re-examination(Annual Conference of the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies)
2019.04University of Cambridge
7.Demographic Situation And Its Perspectives In The Russian Far East: A Case Of Chukotka(The 2018 Institute of Geography Conference)
2018.06IG Russian Academy of Science
8.International Trade after the Collapse of Socialism(British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies)
2018.04University of Cambridge
9.Demography of Japan: A Society of Losing Population(Novosibirsk State University Department of Asian Studies Special Invited Lecture)
2018.01Novosibirsk, Russia
10.Post-Soviet Population Dynamics in the Russian Extreme North: A Case of Chukotka(5th International Symposium on Arctic Research)
2018.01Hitotsubashi Hall, Tokyo, Japan
11.Inter-regional Population Migration Revisited: Analysis on Migration matrix, 1990-2013(Russo-Japanese Academic Symposium)
2017.09Institute of Economic Research, Russian Academy of Science Far Eastern Branch, Khabarovsk, Russia
12.Trade after the Collapse of Socialism(World Congress of Comparative Economics)
2017.06Higher School of Economics, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
13.Inter-regional Population Migration Revisited: Analysis on Migration Matrix, 1990-2013(East Asian Conference on Slavic and East European Studies)
2017.06Chung-Ang University, Seoul, South Korea
14.Trade after the Collapse of Socialism(Eurasian Business and Economics Society Conference)
2017.05Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
15.Inter-regional Population Migration Revisited: Analysis on Migration Matrix, 1990-2013(British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies)
2017.04University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
16.Demographic Situation and its Perspectives in the Russian Far East: A Case of Chukotka(Conference on "Russia's Pivot to Asia")
2016.10Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, South Korea
17.Demography of Russia: From the Past to the Present(7th East Asian Conference on Slavic-Eurasian Studies)
2016.09Shanghai Normal University, China
18.Inter-regional Population Migration Revisited: Analysis on Migration matrix, 1990-2013(Bi-annual Conference of the European Association for Comparative Economic Studies)
2016.09University of Regensburg, Regensburg Germany
19.Poverty Studies in Transitional Economies: Meta-Analysis on Trends in Poverty Determinants(Annual Conference of the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies)
2016.04University of Cambridge
20.Poverty Studies in Transitional Economies: Meta-Analysis on Trends in Poverty Determinants(the 6th International Conference of the Laboratory for Comparative Sociological Research)
2015.11Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia
21.Poverty Studies in Transitional Economies: Meta-Analysis on Trends in Poverty Determinants(the 31st Russo-Japanese Academic Symposium)
2015.09Institute of Economic Research, RAS Far East, Khabarovsk, Russia
22.Mortality Trends in Russia Revisited: A Systematic Survey(International Council for Central and East European Studies Congress)
2015.08Makuhari, Chiba, Japan
23.Poverty Studies in Transitional Economies: Meta-Analysis on Trends in Poverty Determinants(World Congress of Comparative Economics)
2015.06Roma Tre University, Department of Economics, Rome (Italy)
24.Geography and Trade for Russian Regional Growth, Evidence from Russia, 2000-2011(Hallym University International Forum)
2014.10Hallym University, Chuncheon, South Korea
25.Mortality Trends in Russia Revisited: A Systematic Survey(Bi-annual Conference of the European Association for Comparative Economic Studies)
2014.09Corvinus University of Economics, Budapest, Hungary
26.Geography and Trade for Russian Regional Growth, Evidence from Russia(Third Pacific Rim Conference on Comparative Economic Studies)
2014.05Waikoloa Marriott Resort and Spa, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
27.Geography and Trade for Russian Regional Growth, Evidence from Russia, 2000-2011(Third Pacific Rim Conference on Comparative Economic Studies)
2014.05Waikoloa Marriott Resort and Spa, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
28.Geography and Trade in Russian Regional Growth, 2000-2011(Annual Conference of the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies)
2014.04University of Cambridge
29.Geography and Trade for Russian Regional Growth, Evidence from Russia(2000-2011, Annual Conference of the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies)
2014.04University of Cambridge, UK
30.Tajik labour migrants and their remittances. Is Tajik migration pro-poor?(Seminarreihe des Arbeitsbereichs Okonomie AM IOS)
2013.10Osteurope Institut, Regensburg, Germany
31.Mortality Trends in Russia Revisited: A Systematic Survey(Fifth East Asian Conference on Slavic Eurasian Studies)
2013.08Osaka university of Law and Economics
32.Mortality Trends in Russia Revisited: A Systematic Survey(Annual Conference of the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies)
2013.04University of Cambridge, UK
33.Tajik Labor Migrants and Their Remittances: Is Tajik Migration Pro-Poor?(Intercultural Interaction in the World of Globalization)
2012.11Saint-Petersburg University
34.Tajik Labor Migrants and Their Remittances: Is Tajik Migration Pro-Poor?(European Association for Comparative Economic Studies, the 12th Bi-Annual Conference)
2012.09University of West Scotland, Paisley, United Kingdom
35.Mortality Trends in Russia Revisited: A Systematic Survey(Pacific-Rim Conference on Comparative Economic Studies)
2012.05Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
36.Таджикские трудовые мигранты и их денежные переводы(The 3rd International Symposium ≪A Role of Migration in Modernization and Innovative Development of Economy of the Countries Sending and Accepting Migrants≫)
2011.11Khujand, Tajikistan
37.Tajik Labor Migrants and Their Remittances: Is Tajik Migration Pro-Poor?(Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies)
2011.11Omni Hotel Washington DC, US
38.Determinants of Childbirth In Russia(the 24th Russo-Japanese Academic Symposium)
2011.09Institute of Economic Research, Russian Academy of Science, Khabarovsk
39.Determinants of Childbirth in Russia(Third East Asian Conference of Slavic-Eurasian Studies 2011)
2011.08Beijing, China
40.Tajik Labor Migrants and Their Remittances: Is Tajik Migration Pro Poor?(2011 WCU Young Researchers' Workshop on Economic Transition and Development)
2011.05Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
41.Determinants of Childbirth in Russia: A Micro-Data Approach(Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies)
2010.11Westin Los Angeles, United States
42.Explaining Fertility Trends in Russia("Natural Resource Development, 16 Population and Environment in Russia," organized by Institute of Geography, the RussianAcademy of Science)
2010.09Morozovka Hotel, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation
43.Determinants of Childbirth in Russia: A Micro-Data Approach(European Association for Comparative Economic Studies the 11th Bi-annual Conference)
2010.08Tartu, Estonia
44.Long-Term Population Statistics for Russia, 1867-2002(American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies National Convention)
2009.11
45.Russian Shockwave: Some Comments(International Workshop on "Global Shock Wave: The Asian Pacific Discussion")
2009.10Tokyo
46.Determinants of Childbirth in Russia: A Micro-Data Approach(Institute of Russian and CIS Studies Lecture)
2009.09Korea University, Seoul, South Korea
47.Demographic Situations and Development Programs in the Russian Far East and Zabaikalye, Risks and Opportunities in Siberia and the Russian Far East for Sustainable Energy Development(Humanities Korea 1st International Conference)
2009.05Institute of Russian and CIS Studies, Inchon Memorial Hall, Korea University, Seoul, South Korea
48.Long-Term Population Statistics for Russia, 1867-2002(European Association for Comparative Economic Studies)
2008.08Higher School of Economics, Moscow, the Russian Federation
49.Interregional Migration in Russia: Using an Origin-to-Destination Matrix(U.S.-Japan Dialogue on Russia and Northeast Asia)
2007.04Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington D.C., the United States
50.Migration and Regional Economies in Russia: An Application of the Gravity Model(the 43rd annual meeting of the Association for Comparative Economic Systems)
2003.06University of Tokyo
51.Migration and Regional Economy in Russia: Trends and Tendencies(the 18th Russo-Japanese Far Eastern Academic Symposium)
2002.11Campus-Plaza Kyoto
52.Soviet Industrial Location: A Reexamination(the 31st annual meeting of the Association for Russian and East European Studies)
2002.10Sophia University
53.Soviet Regions Revisited: A Note on Interregional TFP Differentials(the 29th annual meeting of the Association for Russian and East European Studies)
2000.10Kanagawa University
54.Russian Regional Economy: Regional Specifics and its Polarization(the 14th annual meeting of the Association for Japanese Slavic and East European Studies)
1999.12Osaka Prefectural University
55.Political Economy of Soviet Industrial Location: A Geographical Approach(the 27th annual meeting of the Association for Russian and East European Studies)
1998.09Keio University
56.Recent Regional Data and Empirical Analysis on Russian Regions(the 26th annual meeting of the Association for Russian and East European Studies)
1997.10Kyoto University
57.Economic System Conversion and Migration Transition in Russia(the 10th annual meeting of the Applied Regional Science Conference)
1996.12Ehime University
58.Interregional Labor Migration in Russia(the 25th annual meeting of the Association for Russian and East European Studies)
1996.10Nigata University
59.Population Migration in the Soviet Union and Russia(the 36th annual meeting of the Association for Comparative Economic Systems)
1996.06Ritsumeikan University

Scientific Research Funds Results

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Scientific Research (A)2014-2017
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Scientific Research (B)2011-2013
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Young Scientists (B)2009-2010
4.Quantitative Analyses on the Soviet/Russian Regional Economy: Re-examination by Soviet Ministerial Conference Internal Documents
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Young Scientists (B)2007-2008
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Young Scientists (B)2004-2005
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Young Scientists (B)2002-2003
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Scientific Research (B)2019-2022

Past Joint Research and Commissioned Research

NOResearch subjectStyleYearOutline
1.Historical Quantitative Analysis on Soviet/Russian North East, the Mishima Kaiun Memorial FoundationOther2002-2004
2.Migration and Regional Economy in the Soviet Union, the Nankai Scholarship AssociationOther2001-2002
3.Migration, Industrial Location, and Regional Economic Growth : A Case of the USSR and Russia, the Matsushita/Panasonic International FoundationOther2000-2002
4.Migration, Industrial Location, and Regional Economic Growth : A Case of the USSR and Russia, the Yamada Public Trust of Toyo BankOther2000-2001
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