Han Liu

Postdoctoral Research Associate
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Han’s research is primarily about the social determinants and consequences of health inequality. His dissertation project evaluates how early childhood health affects children’s own and their siblings’ educational outcomes. At the PSTC, Han is working on a project evaluating individual and neighborhood vulnerability to the Spanish Flu of 1918.

Selected Publications:

Liu, Han, and Tse-Chuan Yang. "Examining the reciprocity between perceived discrimination and health: A longitudinal perspective." Population Research and Policy Review 41, no. 4 (2022): 1757-1777.

Liu, Han, Zai Liang, Shiyong Zhang, and Lihua Liu. "Sociodemographic and policy factors associated with the transmission of COVID-19: analyzing longitudinal contact tracing data from a northern Chinese city." Journal of Urban Health 99, no. 3 (2022): 582-593.

Liu, Han, Zai Liang, and Miao David Chunyu. "Chinese immigrant entrepreneurship in the United States: temporal and spatial dimensions." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies49.11 (2023): 2855-2876.

Scholarly Interests

Social Stratification, Demography, Population Health