I'm a PhD student in residence. My interests include inequality, economic sociology, international migration, time use, and quantitative analysis. I'm particularly attracted to unconventional data and statistical graphics.
B.A. Sociology National Taiwan University, 2005
“Reinventing American Firms: Financialization, Executive Compensation and Firm-level Employment Dynamics”
“Race in the Eye of the Beholder” (with Jennifer Lundquist and Rebecca Rosen)
“Mate Selection in Cyberspace: The intersection of Race, Gender, and Education.” (with Jennifer Lundquist)
“Financialization and Income Inequality, 1970-2008” (with Donald Tomaskovic-Devey)
Ken-Hou Lin. 2012. “Revisiting the Gap between Stylized and Diary Estimates of Market Work Time.” Social Science Research.
SOC105 – Self, Society and Interpersonal Relations, fall 2007
SOC241 – Criminology, spring 2008
SOC711 – Introductory Graduate Statistics, fall 2008