Senior Research Associate 2nd degree Kremena Borissova-Marinova, PhD

 

Research unit: "Economic and Historical Demography"

Job Title: Scientific Secretary of the CPS

 

phone: (+ 359 2) 979-30-27, 979-30-30

e-mail: kbmar@abv.bg

Education:

2002 – 2004 Ph.D. in Statistics and Demography at the Centre for Population Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Thesis: Economically active population of Bulgaria over the period 1965-2001. Trends, factors and perspectives

1988 – Research Associate 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

 Qualifications:

- 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.

 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

Selected Publications:

1. Ageing of population. Impact on economically active population in Bulgaria. "M. Drinov" Academic Press, 2007, 151 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.). Â: 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. Labour and employment in Bulgaria (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, p. 21-23.

7. The Bulgarian pension system (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, p. 24-25.

8. Unemployment in Bulgaria (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, p. 32-34.

9. 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.

 

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