kremena borissova-marinova

Personal data:

19.05.1963, Sofia

Phone: (+359 2) 979-30-30; 979-30-27

e-mail: kbmar@abv.bg

Academic career

Education

2002 – 2004 PhD in Statistics and Demography at CPS, BAS. Thesis: Economically active population of Bulgaria over the period 1965-2001. Trends, factors and perspectives

1997 – Research Associate 1st degree in the Institute of Demography at BAS

1992 – Research Associate 2nd degree in the Institute of Demography at BAS

1988 – Research Associate 3rd degree in the Laboratory for Demographic Studies at the University for National and International Economy

1982 – 1986 – University for National and International Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria, graduate, major Socio-Economic Planning

 

Employment

2008-up to now -  Scientific secretary of CPS, BAS

2006-2008   -  Senior Research associate in CPS, BAS

2002-2006   -  Research Associate 1st degree in CPS, BAS

1991-2001 - Research Associate 3rd-1st degree in the Institute of Demography, BAS

1991-1987 - Research Associate 3rd degree in the Laboratory for Demographic Studies at the University for National and International Economy

Academic qualifications

Scientific degree and titles

2006 – Senior Research associate in CPS, BAS

2004 – PhD in Statistics and Demography at CPS, BAS

1988 – Research Associate 3rd degree in the Laboratory for Demographic Studies at the University for National and International Economy, Sofia

 

Memberships in scientific organisations and associations

Member of AIDELF (Association des démographes de la langue française), Paris, France – since 1993

 

Memberships in editorial Boards and publishers Scientific

Member of the Editorial Board of Naselenie Review – since 2006

 

Specialisations abroad

- Population projection, Institut National d’études démographiques (INED), Paris, 1993.

- UN International Demographic Training and Research Programme on Population and Development Planning, “M. Lomonosov” State University, Moscow, 1988.

 

Participation in joint research projects

1.Creating a contextual basis of data for Bulgaria within the international project Gender and Generation Relations Principal investigator: Tatyana Kotzeva, PhD, Associate professor; terms for execution: 01.06.2004-30.06.2005.

2. Catching up economic development of Bulgaria - strategy and realities. Principal investigator: prof. Ivan Angelov; Institute of Economy at BAS; terms for execution: 01.04.2004-31.12.2005

 

Professional interests

Demographic process modelling; population basic groups evolution models. Population and population basic groups reproduction. Population forecasting. Reproduction of economically active population and labour force. Demographic and economic systems interrelations and interactions.

 

Teaching activities

- Subject: Projections and Planning – 120 hours seminars for 2006/2007 academic year in the University for National and International Economy, Sofia,.

 

Language skills

French, English and Russian – fluently

PUBLICATIONS

Monographs:

1. Ageing of population. Impact on economically active population in Bulgaria. “M. Drinov” Academic Press, 2007, 151 p.

 

Papers and articles:

1. Demographic aspects of the labour force reproduction. // In: Demographic processes and labour force in Bulgaria : Proceedings of a scientific conference, May, 27-28 2008, Sofia.- Sofia : CPS-BAS, 2008, 21 p.

2. Demographic crisis evolution (section 1.3.8.). In: Angelov, I. and al. Catching up economic development of Bulgaria - strategy and realities. Institute of Economy at BAS and F. Ebert Foundation eds. Sofia, 2006, pp. 134-150.

3. Internal and external migration (section 1.3.10.). Β: In: Angelov, I. and al. Catching up economic development of Bulgaria - strategy and realities. Institute of Economy at BAS and F. Ebert Foundation eds. Sofia, 2006, pp. 166-177.

4. Economic aspects of the demographic policy (section 4.3.13.). In: Angelov, I. and al. Catching up economic development of Bulgaria - strategy and realities. Institute of Economy at BAS and F. Ebert Foundation eds. Sofia, 2006, pp. 353-372.

5. Migrational policy (section 4.3.12.). In: Angelov, I. and al. Catching up economic development of Bulgaria - strategy and realities. Institute of Economy at BAS and F. Ebert Foundation eds. Sofia, 2006, pp. 347-353.

6. Population ageing in Bulgaria and in Europe and some of its macroeconomic consequences. In: Population Ageing – realities and consequences, politicy and practices : Proceedings of a scientific conference, May, 31, 2006, Sofia.- Sofia : CPS-BAS and National Social Security Institute, 2006, pp. 263-282.

7. Labor and employment in Bulgaria (section 4.3.1.). In: Spielauer, M. and al. MPIDR Working Paper WP 2005-06 March 2005. The Contextual Database of the Generations and Gender Program in Bulgaria: Conceptual Framework and Overview of the Bulgarian Context concerning the Central Database Topics. MPI, Writing Paper 2005. http://www.demogr.mpg.de/Papers/Working/wp-2005-006.pdf, pp. 21-23.

8. The Bulgarian pension system (section 4.4.1.). In: Spielauer, M. and al. MPIDR Working Paper WP 2005-06 March 2005. The Contextual Database of the Generations and Gender Program in Bulgaria: Conceptual Framework and Overview of the Bulgarian Context concerning the Central Database Topics. MPI, Writing Paper 2005. http://www.demogr.mpg.de/Papers/Working/wp-2005-006.pdf, pp. 24-25.

9. Unemployment in Bulgaria (section 4.8.1.). In: Spielauer, M. and al. MPIDR Working Paper WP 2005-06 March 2005. The Contextual Database of the Generations and Gender Program in Bulgaria: Conceptual Framework and Overview of the Bulgarian Context concerning the Central Database Topics. MPI, Writing Paper 2005. http://www.demogr.mpg.de/Papers/Working/wp-2005-006.pdf, pp. 32-34.

10. Some problems of the labour force in Bulgaria in the first decade of 21st century (in the context of the European strategy on employment). In: European future of Bulgaria and the demographic development : Proceedings of a scientific conference, May, 26, 2005, Sofia - Sofia : CPS-BAS, 2005, pp. 47-61.

11. Methodological problems and peculiarities when studying the demographic ageing of the labour force. Nasselenie, 2005, 1-2, pp. 22-34.

12. Problems of measuring levels of economic activity using the data from the censuses in Bulgaria. Statistika, 2004, 3, pp. 47-58.

13. Potentially economically active population of Bulgaria to 2005. BAS Review, 2000, 4, pp. 40-44.

14. Demographic factors of the changes in the economically active population in Bulgaria. Nasselenie, 2001, 1-2, pp. 28-36.

15. Potentially economically active population of Bulgaria. Projecting the labour offer. In: Labour, employment and unemployment. Women at the labour market. Prof. K. Vladimirova (eds.). Sofia, “Stopanstvo” Publishing house, 2000, pp. 44-78.

16. Demographic and other projections and Integrated statistics for women (section 5). In: Integrated statistics for women in Bulgaria. Methodological issues. National Statistical Institute and Institute of Demography, Sofia, 1998, pp. 48-49.

17. Economic activity curves of the population in Bulgaria. Nasselenie, jubilee issue –10 years of the Institute of Demography, pp. 102-120.

18. Income and expenditures of the population. (section 6). In: Women and men in Bulgaria. National Statistical Institute and Institute of Demography, Sofia, 1998, pp. 45-47.

19. Sougareva, M. and K. Borissova. Structural analysis of households in Bulgaria using the households-population ratio. Nasselenie, 1996, 1, pp. 20-34.

20. Sougareva Μ., N. Golemanov et Κ. Borissova. Restructuralisation sociale et mortalité en Bulgarie. Dans: AIDELF. Morbidité et mortalité: problèmes de mesure, facteurs d’évolution, essai de prospective. Colloque international de Sinaia, 2-6/09/1996. Presses universitaires de France, Paris, 1998, pp. 389-395.

21. Family and the new approaches for demographic projections. In: Women and family in Bulgaria. National Statistical Institute and Institute of Demography, Sofia, 1995, pp. 36-42.

22. Tchouparova, S. and K. Borissova. Population of Europe and Bulgaria to 2025. Nasselenie, 1992, 2, pp. 100-113.

Scientific informations, opinions and reviews:

 Others:

Projects approved by the Scientific Councils of the Institute of Demography at BAS and of the University for National and International Economy

1. Second demographic transition and economic activity of women in Bulgaria. (chapter 5) In: Filipov, D. , G. Rizova and K. Borissova. Demographic alterations and second demographic transition. Institute of Demography at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1997, pp. 65-103.

2. Models based on the multistatus approach. (chapter 4) In: Sougareva, M. and K. Borissova. Possibilities for family and household modelling in Bulgaria.. Institute of Demography at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1996, p. 74-108.

3. Approaches and models for internal and external migrations projections. (chapter 3) In: Filipov, D., H. Maleshkov and K. Borissova. Approaches and models for population projections in large, medium and small territorial units in Bulgaria. Institute of Demography at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1993, p. 75-133.

4. Characteristics of cross-regional migrations of population over the period 1965-1990. (chapter 2) External migration - study of its impact over demographic development across the regions (chapter 4). In: Tchouparova, S. and K. Borissova. Regional peculiarities of demographic development in Bulgaria, retrospective analysis for the period 1965-1990. Institute of Demography at the BAS, 1993, p. 46-128 and 151-172.

5. Industries and regions in a risk position. In: Population aging. Social and economic consequences. Naoumov, N. and al. Higher Institute of Economics, Sofia, 1989, pp. 81-116.

6. Total of the population in the  municipalities of each region. In: demographic projection to 2010. Naoumov, N. and al. Higher Institute of Economics, Sofia, 1989, 67 p.