Ms Minhui LiuPhD Student
LIU Minhui is a full-time PhD student at HKU sociology, she has worked as the Senior Research Officer at Lingnan University before joining HKU. Based on her experience and research interests, she intends to further investigate labour market inequality in Greater China, using a range of qualitative, quantitative and computational methods. she also interested in the migration and mobility with a gendered perspective.
Utrecht University: Msc, programme of Sociology and Social Research
Huazhong University of Science and Technology（華中科技大學）:LLB, Major in Sociology
Labour Market Inequality
Gender Wage Gaps
Family Planning Policy and Gender Preference
Honours and recognitions
Social and Behavioural Sciences Excellence Scholarship in Faculty of Social Science, Utrecht University
Scholarship from German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
Liu. M. & Ho. L.S. Upward Earnings Mobility in Hong Kong: Policy Implications Based on a Census Data Narrative. the China Quarterly.
Chow. MK., Liu. M., Hung. WL. (2021). The difficulties in the development of Hong Kong-invested manufacturing industry in the Greater Bay Area and the countermeasures targeting the development needs of the new era (in Chinese). Hong Kong and Macao Journal, vol (3).
Olivos, F., Palomo‐Vélez, G., Olivos‐Jara, P., & Liu. M (2021). Educational attainment and environmental concern in China: An instrumental variable approach. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 24(2), 156-168.
Liu, M., & Olivos, F. (2019). Co-ethnic exploitation among Chinese within an ethnic economy. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 28(4), 415-439.