Kateryna Bornukova|Uladzimir Valetka|Jose Cuesta| Gleb Shymanovich| 29.12.2020UNICEF Policy Brief: Commitment To Equity For Children: Redistributive Effects And Efficiency Of Social Assistance To Households With Children In Belarus
The main objective of the study was to understand the redistributive effects of social and fiscal policies on children in Belarus. Accordingly, researchers considered not only monetary poverty but also multidimensional child poverty (MDCP).
Kateryna Bornukova|Uladzimir Valetka|Yuliya Yafimenka| 29.12.2020UNICEF Policy Brief: Demographic Dividend for Belarus
This brief presents the results of DemDiv modelling for Belarus.
Kateryna Bornukova|Jose Cuesta|Gleb Shymanovich|Uladzimir Valetka| 15.12.2020Commitment To Equity For Children: Redistributive Effects And Efficiency Of Social Assistance To Households With Children In Belarus
This paper seeks to inform the understanding of the distributional impact of taxes and public spending on children in Belarus.
18.06.2020Belarusian Dream. Study of the National Identity of Opinion Leaders and Social Activists of Belarus
The paper presents the results of a study of the national identity of social activists and opinion leaders in Belarus.
Natalya Shcherbina| 29.10.2019Demography in the trap of social policy: which measures can (can’t) help to increase fertility in Belarus
Since the mid-2000s, the fertility rate in Belarus was increasing and staying higher than optimistic forecasts of the UN. However, since 2017 the trend has turned around without any negative shocks from the economy or demographic and social policy. This discussion paper analyzes what happens to Belarusian fertility, why this happens and how social policy affects fertility.
Natalya Shcherbina|Victoria Smalenskaja| 12.09.2019Life after life. The assessment of the Belarusian pension system by the people: the results of the focus group discussions in Minsk and regions
This paper is a part of the research about attitudes of Belarusians to the system of social protection. The research is carried out by the IPM Research Center together with BEROC. It is based on ten focus groups conducted in June 2019.