Xiaogang Wu (Ph.D., UCLA, 2001) is Chair Professor of Social Science and Public Policy, the Founding Director of the Center for Applied Social and Economic Research (CASER) at HKUST, and Visiting Professor of Sociology at NYU Shanghai (2017-2019). His research interests include social stratification and mobility, labor markets and economic sociology, and quantitative methodology. His previous work has appeared in American Sociological ReviewAmerican Journal of SociologySocial ForcesDemographySocial Science Research, and other leading journals in area studies

PRCC 2018-3Hu, Anning and Wu, Xiaogang. 2018. "Parental Education and College Students’ Attitudes toward Love: Survey Evidence from China."

PRCC 2018-5: Xu, Duoduo and Wu, Xiaogang. 2018. "From Political Power to Personal Wealth: Privatization, Elite Opportunity, and Social Stratification in Post-Reform China."
PRCC 2018-10: Wu, Xiaogang. 2018. "Inequality and Social Stratification in Post-socialist China."
PRCC 2018-11: He, Guangye and Wu, Xiaogang. 2018. "Family Status and Women’s Career Mobility in Post-reform Urban China."
PRCC 2019-13:  Li, Zhonglu and Wu, Xiaogang. 2019. "Does Education Foster Beliefs in Meritocracy? Evidence from China."