PSC Off-Campus Researchers

Ronny Bruffaerts, Psychology, Universitair Psychiatrisch Centrum - KU Leuven
Cynthia Colen, Public Health, Ohio State University
Sheldon H. Danziger, Public Policy, Russell Sage Foundation
Alix Gould-Werth, Social Work and Sociology
Myron Gutmann, History, University of Colorado, Boulder
Kelli Stidham Hall, Epidemiology
Emily Hannum, Sociology, University of Pennsylvania
Caroline Sten Hartnett, Demography, University of South Carolina
Allen M. Kabagenyi, Demography, Makerere University
George A. Kaplan, Public Health, University of Michigan
Qing Lai, Sociology, Florida International University - Miami
Murray Leibbrandt, Economics, University of Cape Town
Deborah Levison, Economics, University of Minnesota
Kao-Lee Liaw, Geography, McMaster University
Jianguo Liu, Natural Resources, Michigan State University
Leticia Marteleto, Sociology, University of Texas
Mansoor Moaddel, Sociology, University of Maryland
Zheng Mu, Sociology, National University of Singapore
Susan A. Murphy, Statistics, Harvard University
Albert F. Park, Economics, Corpus Christi College
Lisa D. Pearce, Sociology
Jay Pearson, Public Health, Duke University
Martin Piotrowski, Sociology, University of Oklahoma
Qiang Ren, Demography, Peking University
Javier Rodriguez, Political Science, Mathematica Policy Research
Chanpen Saengtienchai, Undecided
Todd R. Stinebrickner, Economics, University of Western Ontario
Rebecca L. Thornton, Economics, University of Illinois
Sarah E. Turner, Economics, University of Virginia
Mark VanLandingham, Public Health, Tulane University
Timothy A. Waidmann, Economics, Urban Institute
Katrina M. Walsemann, Public Health, University of South Carolina
Guangzhou Wang, Geography, China Population and Development Center
Xiaogang Wu, Sociology, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Jessica Wyse, Sociology
Yu Xie, Sociology
Chunni Zhang, Sociology, Peking University
Zhenmei Zhang, Sociology and Demography, Michigan State University

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