Demography and Democracy in Russia: Human Capital Challenges to Democratic Consolidation

Balzer, Harley
January 2003
Demokratizatsiya;Winter2003, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p95
Academic Journal
Discusses the demographic and human capital crisis in Russia. Political implications of the demographic crisis in the country; Details on the immigration and migration in Russia; Influence of population movement on politics within the Russian Federation; Correlation between population movement and religious differences.


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