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I. (Ilya) Kashnitsky M.Sc.

Ilya Kashnitsky

PhD researcher

Affiliations

Student at the European Doctoral School of Demography in Odense
Junior Research Fellow at the Institute for Social Policy, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia

Educational background

Demography / Geography

Expertise

Regional analysis, population ageing, internal migration, spatial analysis, geographical information systems (GIS), R programming, data visualization

Phone

++ 31 (0)6 5502 6845

E-mail

ilya.kashnitsky @ gmail.com

Publications

Kashnitsky, I., Beer, J.A.A. de & Wissen, L.J.G. van (2017),
Decomposition of regional convergence in population aging across Europe. Genus 73 (2): 1-25. [URL]
Kashnitsky, I., Beer, J.A.A. de & Wissen, L.J.G. van (2017),
Economic convergence in ageing Europe. NIDI Working Paper no. 2017/2. The Hague: NIDI. 26 p. [URL]
Kashnitsky, I. & Gunko, M.S. (2016),
Spatial variation of in-migration to Moscow: Testing the effect of housing market. Cities 59: 30-39. [URL]
Kashnitsky, I., Mkrtchyan, N. & Leshukov, O.V. (2016),
Interregional migration of youths in Russia: A comprehensive analysis of demographic statistics. Educational Studies Moscow 12 (3): 169-203. [URL]
Kashnitsky, I. & Gunko, M. (2014),
Spatial variation of in-migration to Moscow: housing market VS socialist legacy. NIDI Working Paper no. 2015/03. The Hague: NIDI. 21 p. [URL]
Kashnitsky, I. & Mkrtchyan, N. (2014),
Russian periphery is dying in movement: A cohort assessment of Russian internal youth migration based on census data. NIDI Working Paper no. 2014/14. The Hague: NIDI. 31 p. [URL]
Kashnitsky, I. (2014),
Cohort research on Russian youth intraregional migration. In: European Population Conference 2014. Transitions: Opportunities and Threats. Budapest, Hungary: EAPS. [URL]
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