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Viktor M. Zaharov
Oleg V. Bykhtyn
Ivan I. Gulyaev
Natal'ya V. Shevchenko
Maksim V. Selyukov
Larisa N. Shmigirilova


population aging, demographic risks, state policy


Purpose of the study: The main approach of the research is a combination of methodological and applied aspects, including the development of public policy directions aimed at prolonging the active longevity of the Russian population.

Methodology: The research used a statistical analysis of the processing of official statistics of Rosstat, data of international organizations - the United Nations (Population Division), the World Bank, the World Health Organization (WHO); analytical - analysis of regulatory legal acts of Russian and international law in the field of regulation.

Results: The authors analyze global and Russian trends in an aging society. The influence of the demographic aging of the population on the socio-economic development of the state is revealed. The main directions of the state policy in relation to the aging problems of the population are determined, and the world experience of solving the indicated problems is studied.

Applications of this study: This research can be used for the universities, teachers, and students.

Novelty/Originality of this study: In this research, the model of state governance of socio-demographic processes in an aging society is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.


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