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Qiang Ren

Associate Professor, Institute of Population Research, Peking University.

Off-Campus Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.

Ph.D., Peking University

Dr. Ren is a demographer specializing in research on fertility and mortality, population, environment and health. He focuses primarily on demography and quantitative methodology.

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Books

Tucker, Joseph, Dudley Poston, Qiang Ren, Baochang Gu, Xiaoying Zheng, Stephanie Wang, and Chris Russell. 2009. Gender Policy and HIV in China: Catalyzing Policy Change. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer.

Gao, Shuguo, Fang Wang, Qiang Ren, Jian Wang, and Jian Zhang. 2008. Strategical Studies on Micro Human Resources. Beijing: Central Radio & TV University Press.

Journal Articles

Ren, Qiang, and Yu Xie. 2011. "Statistical Analysis of Longitudinal Data." Population Research, 35(6): 3-12.

Guilmoto, Christophe Z., and Qiang Ren. 2011. "Socioeconomic Differentials in Birth Masculinity in China." Development and Change, 42(5): 1269-1296. Abstract.

Ren, Qiang, and Dadao Hou. 2011. "Stochastic Model for Population Forecast: based on Leslie and ARMA Model." Population Research, 35(2): 28-42.

Fu, Qiang , and Qiang Ren. 2010. "Educational Inequality under China's Rural-Urban Divide: The Hukou System and Returns to Education." Environment and Planning A, 42(3): 592-610. Abstract.

Chapters

Ren, Qiang, Xiaoying Zheng, Wolfgang Lutz, and Sergei Scherbov . "Uncertain Population Dynamics and HIV/AIDS in China." In Gender Policy and HIV in China: Catalyzing Policy Change edited by Joseph Tucker . 9-25. Dordrecht: Springer.

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