Qing Guan

Qing Guan

Position: PhD Candidate
School and/or Centres: School of Demography

Email: qing.guan@anu.edu.au

Phone: +61 2 6125 8934

Location: Room 2038, Coombs Building #9

Qualifications

Master of Social Research (Advanced), ANU, Canberra  (2015)

Bachelor of Arts (Culture and Communication), UIR, Beijing (2007)

Research Interests

  • Migration theory and modelling
  • Immigrants’ settlement and integration in the destination country (intermarriage, fertility, spatial patterns)
  • Spatial analysis
  • Multistate life table
  • Chinese in Australia and Chinese diaspora

PhD Research:

Evolution of the Chinese Settlement in Australia: Age, Cohort and Period Effects 1961-2016

Other Research:

Research assistant (2017-2019) in ARC Discovery project: Overcoming the problems of inconsistent migration data in the Asia Pacific

Research assistant (2015-2017) in ARC Discovery project: : The demographic consequences of migration to, from and within Australia

Research assistant (2017) in NHMRC project: Accountable fertility treatment: An evidence-based framework for the provision of cost-effective, patient-centred fertility treatment in Australia

Research assistant (2015-2018) in three ACT Education Directorate consultancy projects: School Enrolment Feasibility Study for Molonglo and North Gungahlin, Review of School Enrolment Projection Methodology, and Demographic and mobility assessment for East Gungahlin

Raymer, J, Shi, Y, Guan, Q, Baffour, B and Wilson, T (2018) ‘The sources and diversity of migrant population change in Australia, 1981-2011’, Demography.

Raymer, J, Biddle, N, and Guan, Q (2017) ‘A multiregional sources of growth model for school enrolment projections’, Australian Population Studies, 1(1):26-40.

Grants and Scholarships:

2018 ANU Vice-Chancellor Higher Degree Research Travel Grant

2018 IUSSP travel grant for Asian Population Association conference workshop: Bayesian small-area estimation

2017 The Australian Population W.D. Borrie Prize, PhD category

2017 XXVIII IUSSP International Population Conference IPC2017 travel grant

2017-2020 Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship

2008 Excellent Student Scholarship (top 10%), the University of International Relations

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