Qi Xu
Basic Information:
 
Qi Xu got his doctor’s degree of sociology from the department of sociology at Peking University. As a visiting scholar he used to study in the Population Study Center at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Now he is an assistant professor of the School of Social and Behavioral Science at Nanjing University. His main research interest is quantitative sociological methodology, marriage and the family, social stratification and inequality. He was engaged in social survey for a long time and excelled in data analysis.
 
Educational Background:
 
Form Sep. 2005 to Jun. 2009, he got Bachelor’s Degree of sociology from the School of Sociology and Demography at Renmin University.
Form Sep. 2009 to Jun. 2014, he got Doctor’s Degree of sociology from the department of sociology at Peking University.
From Aug. 2012 to Aug. 2013, he studied in the Population Study Center at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
 
Work Experience:
 
    From Sep. 2009 to Jul. 2014, he worked as a research assistant at the Institute of Social Science Survey of Peking University. During this period his main work was on China Family Panel Study (CFPS) which was the largest panel survey in China.
 
From Oct. 2014 to now, he is an assistant professor of the School of Social and Behavioral Science at Nanjing University. He teaches two courses for undergraduate student. One is Survey Methodology and the other is An Introduction to Stata. 
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  •  Further Information 

In 2015 his research project -- A study on the Influence of Living Arrangements on Elderly People’s Health -- was sponsored by National Social Science Fund (15CRK013) and China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (2015M570421). 
In 2016 his research project -- The Impact of Grandparents Caring for Grandchildren on Three Generations -- was sponsored by China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (2016T90437).
 

Publication
 
Xu, Qi. 2017. More than Upbringing: Parents’ Support and the Effect on Children’s Feedback. Chinese Journal of Sociology, 37(2): 216-240.
Xu, Qi, Qinghong Xu, and Tianyu Qiao. 2017. The Impact of Left-behind Parents on Their Children's Migration Scope, Youth Study, (4): 34-44.
Xu, Qi and Jingjing Qi. 2016. Work-family Conflict, Gender Role, and Job Satisfaction: An Analysis of third wave of Chinese Women’s Social Status Survey. Chinese Journal of Sociology, 36(3): 192-215.
Xu, Qi and Hong Zou. 2016. Job Stability and Urban-to-rural Remittance in China: A Test of Co-insurance Theory. Population and Development, 22(1): 38-48.
Xu, Qi. 2016. Retest of the “Random Mating” Hypnosis Applying Mini-census Data: On the Comparability of Logistic Regression Coefficients. Population and Economics, (3): 43-51.
Xu, Qi. 2016. Trend, Source and Heterogeneity of the Change of Gender-Role Attitude in China: A Case Study of Two Indicators. Collection of Women’s Studies, (3): 33-43.
Xu, Qi and Lvehong Xiong. 2016. Self or Spouse: Who determines Chinese Women’s Class Identity? Youth Study in China, (12): 12-20.
Xu, Qi. 2016. Migration and Its impact on Rural Migrants' Attitudes towards Gender Roles. Collection of Women’s Studies, (6): 54-65.
Xu, Qi, Qiu Zeqi & Li Jianxin. 2016. Is the “seven-year itch” real?—a study on the changing divorce pattern in Chinese marriages. The Journal ofChinese Sociology 3(1).
Xie, Yu., Xiaobo Zhang, Qi Xu, & Chunni Zhang. 2015. Short-term trends in china’s income inequality and poverty: evidence from a longitudinal household survey. China Economic Journal, 8(3): 1-17.
Xu, Qi. 2015. Trend of Gender Educational Equalization and Its Inter-family Heterogeneity. Youth Study, (5): 59-68.
Xu, Qi. 2015. Migration and Its Effect on the Marriage Timing of Rural Migrant Workers: Gender Differences, Population and Economics, (6): 39-51.
Xu, Qi. 2015. Sons, Daughters, and Intergenerational Support to Parents: Evidence from Intra-family Comparisons Chinese Journal of Sociology, 35(4): 199-219.
Xu, Qi, Yu Jianning & Qiu Zeqi. 2015. The impact of children on divorce risk. The Journal ofChinese Sociology.
Guo, Zhigang, Qi Xu. 2014. Is the “Only Child” more likely to Marry Each Other? A Test of the “Random Mating” Hypothesis, Chinese Journal of Population Science, (6): 26-35.
Xu, Qi, Jianxin Li & Xuejun Yu. 2014. Continuity and Change in Chinese Marriage and the Family: Evidence from CFPS. Chinese Sociological Review. 47(1): 30-56.
Zhang, Chunni, Qi Xu, Xiang Zhou, Yu Xie, Xiaobo Zhang. 2014. An Evaluation of Poverty Prevalence in China: New Evidence from Four Recent Surveys. China Economic Review. 31: 410-425.
Xu, Qi. 2013. The Influence of Children’s Needs on Intergenerational Coresidence, Chinese Journal of Sociology, 33(3): 111-130.
Xu, Qi. 2013. An Exploring Matrilocal Coresidence: The Influence of Modernization, Population Transition and Practical Needs. Population and Economics, (6): 47-55.
Qi, Jingjing and Qi Xu .2013. Factors Affecting Decision on Inter-provincial Migration for Rural Migrant Labor Force and Attractiveness of Ingoing Province: Based on Traditional Theory, Human Capital Theory, New Theory and Institution Change Theory of Labor Migration,Population and Economics, (3): 53-61.
 
Book Chapters:
 
Xie, Yu, Xiaobo Zhang, Qi Xu, and Chunni Zhang. 2013. Income Distribution, in China's Livelihood Development Report 2013. Beijing: Peking University Press.
Xu, Qi, Jianxin Li, and Xuejun Yu. 2013. Marriage and the Family, in China's Livelihood Development Report 2013. Beijing: Peking University Press.
Xu, Qi. 2012. Chapter 7, Chapter 8, and Chapter 14. in China's Livelihood Development Report 2012. Beijing: Peking University Press.
Xu, Qi. 2011. Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11 and Chapter 12. in China's Livelihood Development Report 2011. Beijing: Peking University Press.