HE Qian
Vice-Chancellor Assistant Professor
Current Research & Teaching Interests
  • Social Stratification
  • International/Internal Migration
  • Chinese Society
  • Quantitative Methods
Five representative publications
2023 Xie, Yu, Xihong Lin, Ju Li, Qian He, and Junming Huang. “Caught in the crossfire: Fears of Chinese–American scientists.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (27): e2216248120.
2022 He, Qian, and Yu Xie. “The moral filter of patriotic prejudice: How Americans view Chinese in the COVID-19 era.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (47): e2212183119.
2022 He, Qian, Ziye Zhang, and Yu Xie. “The Impact of COVID-19 on Americans’ Attitudes toward China: Does Local Incidence Rate Matter?” Social Psychology Quarterly 85(1): 84-107.
2022 He, Qian, and Yu Xie. “Economic inequalities in contemporary rural China: How does political capital matter?” Social Science Research 105: 102724.
2020 He, Qian, and Theodore P. Gerber. “Origin-country culture, migration sequencing, and female employment: Variations among immigrant women in the United States.” International Migration Review 54 (1): 233-261.