About the Webinar
Based on a series of empirical studies conducted by the presenter, this talk centers around the higher education in China by viewing it as a pipeline with its inputs and outputs. From the perspective of inputs, this talk will cover the changing patterns of access to and experiences of higher education over the past several decades; From the perspective of outputs, this talk examines the consequences attached to the college credential as well as the transitioning to the subsequent stage of postgraduate education.
About the Speaker
Dr. Hu Anning is Professor of Sociology at Fudan University. His research interests include social inequality, education, religion, trust, culture, and social research methods. Dr. Hu has published over 100 academic articles and three monographs, with research appearing in major sociological outlets, such as British Journal of Sociology, Sociology, Social Science Research, Journal of Marriage and Family, Poetics, Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, Demographic Research, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Sociological Quarterly, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, and The China Quarterly, to name a few.