OYCF is pleased to announce that five Phd candidates in North American universities have been awarded the 2021 OYCF-Chow Fellowship for Field Research in China in July 2021.
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OYCF's research program consists of three types of activities:
- OYCF-Chow Fellowship for Field Research in China debuted in 2018.
- OYCF members have edited and published two books in Chinese, one on China's rural problems (2006) and the other on social stratification in China (2010), based on the papers presented at the OYCF annual meetings in 2005 and 2006.
- From 2002 to 2007, OYCF joined hands with San Francisco-based 1990 Institute to establish a cooperative fellowship program to support research on China's economic and social policies. Projects receiving the OYCF-1990 Institute Research Fellowship support included pressing public policy issues such as "rural taxation," "local governance and income disparity," "long term care for the elders," "village elections and taxation," and "labor training and poverty alleviation."
Current and Past OYCF-Chow Fellows:
2021: Ke Nie, UC San Diego | Catherine Park, UC Berkeley | Danping Wang, Columbia University | Bolun Zhang, UC San Diego | Mengyang Zhao, University of Pennsylvania
2020: Yuan Gao, Georgetown University | Chuncheng Liu, UC San Diego | Tiantian Liu, Johns Hopkins University | JiangJiang Wu, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2019: Jiun-Da Lin, University of Maryland | Shang Liu, University of Southern California | Spencer Stewart, University of Chicago | Yingyi Wang, University of Washington | Fangsheng Zhu, Harvard University
2018: Jiling Duan, Indiana University | Peter Hick, Stanford University | Kevin Luo, University of Toronto | Di Wang, University of Wisconsin, Madison