Chunhui Ren

Chunhui Ren

Assistant Professor - Visiting

Crosley Tower

A&S Sociology - 0378


Ph.D. : Ohio State University (Urban Planning)

M.S.: Ohio State University (Applied Statistics)

M.S.: Ohio State University (Urban Planning)

M.S.: Beijing Normal university (Human Geography)

B.S.: College of Arts & Sciences, Beijing Union University (Economic Geography and Urban Science)

Positions and Work Experience

- Assistant Professor of Sociology & Community Development, Delta State University ,

- Research Associate, Washington University in St. Louis,

- Research Associate, University of Texas at Austin,


Peer Reviewed Publications

Ren. C. (2022. ) Vulnerability of low-income homeownership in the United States: An analysis based on household liquidity .Journal of Urban Affairs, ,

Ren. C. (2022. ) Cohort, signaling, and early-career dynamics: The hidden significance of class in black-white earnings inequality .Social Science Research, ,

Ren. C. (2021. ) A dynamic framework for earnings inequality between black and white men .Social Forces, ,

Ren. C. (2020. ) A framework for explaining black-white inequality in homeownership sustainability .Demography, ,

Ren. C. (2019. ) Fluctuating courses and constant challenges: The two trajectories of black- white earnings inequality 1968-2015 .Social Science Research, ,

Ren. C. (2019. ) After poverty reduction: Trajectories of U.S. urban neighborhoods that escaped high poverty during the 1990s .Urban Research & Analysis , ,