2021

Jianqing Fan

Tang, Francesca, Yang Feng, Hamza Chiheb, and Jianqing Fan. (2021). “The Interplay of Demographic Variables and Social Distancing Scores in Deep Prediction of U.S. COVID-19 Cases.” Journal of the American Statistical Association, 116 (534), 492–506.

Fan, Jianqing, Yuan Ke, and Yuan Liao. (2021). “Augmented Factor Models with Applications to Validating Market Risk Factors and Forecasting Bond Risk Premia.” Journal of Econometrics, 222 (1), 269–294.

Fan, Jianqing, Cong Ma, and Yiqiao Zhong. (2021). “A Selective Overview of Deep Learning.” Statistical Science, 36 (2), 264–290.

Fan, Jianqing, Lirong Xue, and Yang Zhou. (2021). “How Much Can Machines Learn Finance from Chinese Text Data?” https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3765862.

Junming Huang

Huang, Junming, Gavin G. Cook, and Yu Xie. (2021). “Large-Scale Quantitative Evidence of Media Impact on Public Opinion toward China.” Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 8, Article no. 181.

Linlin Liu, Jianfei Yu, Junming Huang, Feng Xia, and Tao Jia. (2021). “The Dominance of Big Teams in China’s Scientific Output.” Quantitative Science Studies, 2 (1), 350–362.

Jacob Thomas:

Thomas, Jacob. (2021). “From Local Control to Remote Control: An Excavation of International Mobility Constraints.” Theory and Society, 50 (1), 33–64.

Thomas, Jacob. (2021). “Is There Anything Positive Coming Out of the Covid-19 Pandemic?” Contexts: Sociology for the Public (blog). May 27. https://contexts.org/blog/is-there-anything-positive-coming-out-of-the-c....

Thomas, Jacob. (Forthcoming). “Analyzing Chinese Contemporary Art and Artists’ Narratives for a More Humanistic Understanding of Migrants’ Trans-experiences.” Anthropology and Humanism.

Rory Truex

Truex, Rory. (2021). “What the Fear of China is Doing to American Science.” The Atlantic. February 16.

Lai Wei

Wei, Lai, Elaine Yao, and Han Zhang. (Forthcoming). “Authoritarian Responsiveness and Political Attitudes during COVID-19: Evidence from Weibo and a Survey Experiment.” Chinese Sociological Review.

Lynn White

 

White, Lynn T. Review of China Steps Out: Beijing's Major Power Engagement with the Developing World, edited by Joshua Eisenman and Eric Heginbotham. Pacific Affairs, 93 (2), https://pacificaffairs.ubc.ca/book-reviews/china-steps-out-beijings-majo....

White, Lynn T. Review of Agents of Disorder: Inside China’s Cultural Revolution, by Andrew G. Walder. China Information, 34 (3), 428–430.  

White, Lynn T. “Engagement beyond Elections: Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and South Korea.” Working paper, available at: http://www.princeton.edu/~lynn/.  

White, Lynn T. Annotated review for Oxford University Press of an Oxford Bibliography on Politics of the Philippines: Rizal to Duterte, by Richard Javad Heydarian, 2021.

White, Lynn T. “Political Appeals to Narrow and Broad Groups: Biko for Blacks, Woolf for Women, Mannheim for Mobilizations.” https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3570191. Selected for inclusion in Political Sociology eJournal, Sociology RN, May 4, 2021.  

Wei Xiong

Baron, Matthew, Emil Verner, and Wei Xiong. (2021). “Banking Crises without Panics.” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 136, 51–113.