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# Demographic, economic, geospatial data for municipalities of the Central Federal District in Russia (excluding the city of Moscow and the Moscow oblast) in 2010-2016

Kalabikhina Irina; Mokrensky Denis; Panin Aleksandr

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{
"publisher": "Zenodo",
"DOI": "10.5281/zenodo.3590379",
"container_title": "Population and Economics",
"language": "eng",
"title": "Demographic, economic, geospatial data for municipalities of the Central Federal District in Russia (excluding the city of Moscow and the Moscow oblast)  in 2010-2016",
"issued": {
"date-parts": [
[
2019,
12,
30
]
]
},
"abstract": "<p>The database contains demographic, economic, geospatial data for 452 municipalities of the 16 administrative units of the Central Federal District in Russia (excluding the city of Moscow and the Moscow oblast) for 2010-2016.</p>\n\n<p>The sources of data are the municipal-level statistics of Rosstat, Google Maps data and calculated indicators. The statistical data were arranged by the year, the data on municipalities for which there were administrative and territorial transformations for the period under study were excluded (in some cases, the data were provided in accordance with the administrative-territorial demarcation as of 2016).</p>\n\n<p>Municipalities&#39; websites were used to fill the lack of population information in individual municipalities for some years.</p>\n\n<p>Calculated variables were made to estimate a number of indicators per capita, to introduce additional demographic indicators (e.g. migration inflow rate), to bring price economic indicators to base year prices (2010). For example, indicators of income of the local budget, volumes of investments in fixed assets (excluding budgetary funds), level of wages are modified to a comparable form (to 2010 prices).</p>\n\n<p>The distances on roads in different units of measurement from the geographical center of municipalities to the center of the capital of the region are calculated using the Google Maps database.</p>\n\n<p>Data mapping was performed using ArcGIS software.</p>\n\n<p>The data set consists of</p>\n\n<p>1) Municipalities_CFD_Russia_2010_2016_ENG.xlsx - The database of demographic, economic, geospatial data for 452 municipalities of the 16 administrative units of the Central Federal District in Russia (excluding the city of Moscow and the Moscow oblast) for 2010-2016,</p>\n\n<p>2) MUNICIPALITIES_CFD_RUSSIA_SHAPE.rar - The shape-files for maps construction,</p>\n\n<p>3) Fig.1. Municipalities ENG.jpg - The map of studied administrative units and municipalities of the Central Federal District in Russia .</p>",
"author": [
{
"family": "Kalabikhina Irina"
},
{
"family": "Mokrensky Denis"
},
{
"family": "Panin Aleksandr"
}
],
"volume": "3",
"note": "Brief demographic information on the Central Federal District of the Russian Federation: \nIt is the largest in population federal district of Russia, where a quarter of its population is concentrated.  Administrative units of the Central Federal District present the \"most demographically depressive\" regions of Russia (The Concept... 2009). According to official statistics, within 27 years after the USSR collapsed, the population of Russia decreased by 2.3% (excluding the population of the Republic of Crimea), and the population of the territory of the Central Federal District (excluding the city of Moscow and the Moscow oblast) decreased by 13.1%. \n\nContributions to the creation and development of the database:\nIdea, structure, description of the database \u2014Doctor in Economics Irina Kalabikhina.\nCollection, calculation, description of demographic and economic data, registration of the Russian patent for the first version of the database (Mokrensky 2019) \u2014 Denis Mokrensky. \nCollecting geospatial data, shape-files, maps \u2014 PhD Aleksandr Panin.\nDatabase support and development: all authors.",
"type": "dataset",
"issue": "4",
"id": "3590379"
}
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