Core Faculty

The QSA core faculty listed below teach courses and mentor students in the use of quantitative methods in social research. Many other Division of Social Science faculty make use of quantitative methods in their research. For a complete list of Division of Social Science faculty, please visit the Division web page.

Prof. Cameron CAMPBELL

Chair Professor

Research Interests:
Population, Chinese society, stratification and inequality

Prof. Stuart GIETEL-BASTEN

Professor

Research Interests:
Population and policy issues in Asia, fertility and population ageing

Prof. Li HAN

Associate Professor

Research Interests:
Development economics, labor economics, political economy

Prof. David HENDRY

Assistant Professor

Research Interests:
Political Behavior, Political Psychology, Political Communication, Experimental methods, U.S. politics

Prof. Carsten A. HOLZ

Professor

Research Interests:
China’s economy, development economics

Prof. Jean Ji Yeon HONG

Program Director

Research Interests:
Comparative political economy, authoritarian regimes and leadership

Prof. Yatang LIN

Assistant Professor

Research Interests:
Environmental and Energy Economics, urban economics

Prof. Zhongdong MA

Associate Professor

Research Interests:
Internal migration, regional development, geographic information systems (GIS)

Prof. Albert PARK

Chair Professor

Research Interests:
Development economics, labor economics, applied microeconomics

Prof. Kim-Pong TAM

Associate Professor

Research Interests:
Environmental psychology, cultural psychology

 

Dr. Hongbo WANG

Lecturer

Research Interests:
Higher education, family and marriage, quantitative methodology

Prof. Jin WANG

Associate Professor

Research Interests:
Development economics, public economics, Chinese economy

Prof. Wen WANG

Assistant Professor

Research Interests:
Environmental economics, urban economics, public economics, industry organization

Prof. Han ZHANG

Assistant Professor

Research Interests:
Collective action and social movements, social network analysis, computational social science, machine learning