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Centre for Studies of Income and Living Standards

Publications
Book
Barriers and Opportunities to Employment for Persons with Disabilities in the Russian Federation

Kolybashkina N., Sukhova A., Ustinova M. et al.

Washington: The World Bank, 2021.

Article
Middle class’ adaptation toward innovations: perception of new technologies and openness to it

Pishnyak A., Khalina N.

Population and Economics. 2022. Vol. 6. No. 3. P. 80-100.

Book chapter
Practices and Views of the Central Asian Mullahs in Eastern Siberia

Oparin D.

In bk.: Cultures Of Islam: Vernacular Traditions and Revisionist Interpretations across Russia. The George Washington University, 2021. P. 103-112.

Working paper
Distributional Impacts of Taxes and Benefits in Post-Soviet Countries

Fuchs A., Matytsin M., Kiso Nozaki N. et al.

Policy Research Working Paper. WPS. World Bank Group, 2021. No. 9795.

Centre for Studies of Income and Living Standards is established at November 2012. Since 2016 is part of Institute for Social Policy.

The focus of the Centre’s research is the study of issues related the wellbeing of the Russian population, income levels and income inequality, as well as instrumental and methodological development of ways to simulate the effects that economic policies, the tax system, and social assistance for members of the population (including the pension system and family policy) have on people’s quality of life, the prevention of child abandonment in Russia, and social support for families with children.