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As the first center of its kind founded within a U.S. school of social work, the Columbia China Center is a hub for innovation and action on social welfare in China and beyond.
Columbia China Center for Social Policy Hosts Successful Conference on Caring for All
Professor Jinyu Liu Wins Prestigious NIH Grant Award
China Center’s 2019-2020 Lecture Series Focuses on Using Scientific Evidence to Address Social Challenges in China
China Center for Social Policy Hosts Inaugural International Conference on “Expanding Social Policy in China".
Columbia School of Social Work Hosted Social Policy Public Forum in Shanghai
Qin Gao Discusses China’s Poverty Reduction & Social Welfare with the Carnegie Council
Qin Gao Explains How China's Poverty Alleviation Program Works on SupChina's Sinica Podcast
Using various national household survey datasets as well as administrative data and a cross-national comparative perspective, this research aims to understand the Chinese welfare state both conceptually and empirically and places the Chinese case in the global context.
This research focuses broadly on aging, care, and health among Chinese and Asian American older adults and examines the social and economic determinants of health and other outcomes of older adults.
The Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) Annual Conference offers a scientific program that reflects a broad range of research interests of social work scholars. This year, China Center research team members will present new findings on aging, health, immigration, poverty, and social policy at the SSWR 2020 conference at Marriott Marquis Washington DC from Jan. 15 to 19, 2020. Here is a list of the presentations.
Aging studies specialist Jinyu Liu is working on a novel intervention for caregiving in New York City’s Chinese American community.
According to the findings of Professor Qin Gao and her colleagues, China, too, has a ways to go in lessening the “double burden” carried by its working women.