Scholars
Yang Hui
Uploaded Time: 2013-05-22

Yang Hui
Research interests:
Feminist economic development and social security, population aging

Posts and professional affiliations:
A doctor and an associate researcher of Women's Studies Institute of China (WSIC), All-China Women's Federation;
Adjunct counselor at Renmin University of China;
Member of the International Association of Women's Studies, the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, the Asian Population Association, and the Family Studies Committee of Chinese Sociological Association;
Reviewer of Journal of Sociology Study

Research Subjects:
1. Project of the Office of the Women and Children Commission under the State Council, expert proposal for the Women's Development Programme (2011-2020), key member of the project group.
2. Project of the Ministry of Science and Technology, research on the growth of high-level female talents and the policy promotion, key member of the project group.
3. Project of All-China Women's Federation, the third Survey on the Chinese Women's Social Status, key member of the project group.
4. "Beijing +15" non-government work report, key member of the project group.
5. Assisted director Jiang Yongping in organizing the expert workshop for the exposure draft "Land Management Law", key member of the project group.
6. Assisted director Jiang Yongping in organizing the expert workshop for the exposure draft "Social Insurance Law", key member of the project group.
7. Key project of the National Social Science Foundation of China, research into the social status of contemporary Chinese women, undertook the sub-project concerning women in the economic field, key member of the project group.
8. Project of National Committee on Aging, research of national strategies on coping with population aging, person in charge of the sub-project concerning policies for older women's economic security, key member of the project group.
9. Key project of the Research Institute of All-China Women's Federation, Women's Studies Yearbook, 2005-2010, key member of the project group.
10. Project of the Office of the Women and Children Commission of the State Council, educational resource materials for "Chinese Women Development Programme" (2011-2020), key member of the project group.
11. The sixth census project of the National Bureau of Statistics, the sub-project of the status of the Chinese female population, person in charge of the research subject "employment status of  Chinese women”, key member of the project group.
12. Project of the Research Institute of All-China Women's Federation, China's Green Paper for Gender Equality and Women's Development, key member of the project group.
13. Youth research project of the Research Institute of All-China Women's Federation, research on the employment characteristics of post-80s urban females - in-depth analysis of the data from the third Survey on the Chinese Women's Social Status, leader of the project.
14. Major project of the Ministry of Education, research on the issues of China's floating population, key member of the project group.
15. National-level disabled people research project of the Leading Group Office for the 2nd Sample Survey on People with Disabilities, research on the status and development of people with disabilities in rural areas, key member of the project group.
16. Key project of the (China Disability Institute, the social security needs of people with disabilities in China, key member of the project group.
17. Research Office of China Disabled Persons 'Federation, Research Office of Beijing Disabled Persons' Federation; research on the overall impact of the Paralympic Games, key member of the project group.
18. Project of the Population and Family Planning Commission of Beijing, the status of vulnerable groups in Beijing and the public countermeasures, key member of the project group.
19. Project of Beijing Aging Association, research on the preferential treatment systems for elderly in foreign countries and Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan regions, research on the demand for home care services in Beijing, research on the economic conditions of the elderly in the rural areas of Beijing, key member of the project group.
20. Project of the Population and Family Planning Commission of Shaoxing, research on the population development and new countryside construction in Shaoxing, key member of the project group.

Academic achievements:
1. "Causal Analysis of Regional Differences in Aging". Northwest Population Journal, Issue 2, (2005);
2. Improve the Social Security System and Promote International Exchanges and Cooperation. Journal of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Issue 39, (2008);
3. "Research on Urbanization and Economic Growth in Beijing", Economy and Management, Issue 4, (2005);
4. "Getting Old before Getting Rich", the Current Characteristics of China's Aging Population, Population Research, Issue 6, (2006).
5. Research on Governing High Sex Ratio at Birth, Journal of Chongqing Institute of Technology, Issue 7, (2007).
6. Research on New Countryside Construction and Population Development, Northwest Population Journal, Issue 3, (2007);
7. Coping with Population Aging through Intergenerational Harmony, Population Research, 2007, Supplement;
8. Comparative Study of Respect for the Elderly from the Perspective of Intergenerational Harmony, Population Research, 2007, Supplement;
9. Research on the Elderly from the Perspective of Intergenerational Harmony, Market and Population Research, 2007, Supplement;
10. Analysis of Intergenerational Relationships on the Cognitive Level, Journal of Hebei University(Philosophy and Social Science), Issue 3, (2008);
11. The Status of Chinese Disabled Elderly Population and their Rehabilitation Needs, Journal of Capital Medical University, Issue 3, (2008);
12. Comparative Study on Population Ageing Between China and Asian Countries, Population and development, Issue 2, (2009);
13. A Close-up of Empty Nesters in Rural Areas, a Voice to Speak for the Lonely Group – a Commentary on "The Lonely Sunset – Chinese Empty Nesters in Rural Areas, Journal of China Agricultural University (Social Science Edition), Issue 2, (2009);
14. Female Employees: the Unique Role of Special Industries; an Occupational Coverage of 100%, Modern Teams and Groups, Issue 3, (2010);
15. Gender Perspective: Research on the Status and Trend of Elderly Women' Economic Security, Promoting the Long-term Balanced Development of Population - China Population Association (2010), Proceedings;
16. Indian Grassroots Women's Political Involvement (translation); Gender Equality and Social Transformation in the Context of Globalization, 2011;
17. The Growth and Development of Female Senior Talents in the Field of Science and Technology and the Countermeasures – a qualitative research report based on five provinces, Collection of Women's Studies, Issue 3, (2011);
18. Gender Differences in Self-disposal Time in China's Urban and Rural Areas, Collection of Women's Studies, Issue 4, (2011);
19. Gender Perspective: A study on Floating Population's Social Security, Northwest Population Journal, Issue 4, (2011);
20. Research on the Impact of China's Population Aging on Economic Development – Cost of Longevity, 2011;
21. Report on Major Results of the Third Wave Survey on the Social Status of Women in China, Collection of Women's Studies, Issue 6, (2011);
22. Understanding and Interpretation of the Status of Chinese Women in the New Era, Collection of Women's Studies, Issue 3, (2012);
23. Foreign Countries' Policies on Economic Security for Elderly Women and the Referential Significance; Women Development and Gender Equality in China: History, Reality, and Challenges, 2012;
24. The Necessity to Promote the Same-Age Retirement Policy for Both Sexes – Analysis Based on the Actual Retirement Ages and Gender Differences, Population Research, Issue 6, (2012);
25. Female Employment Status and Gender Differences in Industry and Occupational Distributions, China Women's News, 2013-3-26.
26. Challenges Facing Female Senior Talents in Their Growth from the Perspective of Career Life, Journal of Shandong Women's University, Issue 2, (2013);
27. Why do they claim for the same age of retirement as men? Collection of Women's Studies, Issue 2, (2013).

Academic Conferences:
1. Participated in the 8th Asia/Oceania Regional Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics in 2007, and published an article entitled "Factor Analysis on Subjective Health of the Elderly in Beijing"
2. Participated in the Forum on "Social organizations and the empowerment of people with disabilities" in 2007, and published an article entitled "Factor Analysis on the Needs of China's Disabled Elderly for Poverty Relief".
3. Participated in the 2008 European Demographic Conference in Barcelona, and published an article entitled "Factor Analysis on the Health Conditions of the Elderly in Beijing"
4. Participate in the 16th World Congress of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, and published an article entitled "Factor Analysis on the Needs of China's Elderly for Long-term Care"
5. Participate in the 20th International Annual Conference of Feminist Economics, and involved in conference discussions
6. Participated in the 2012 International Symposium - Women's Human Resources Development & Management, Female Survival & Development, and made a presentation entitled "Challenges Facing Female Senior Talents in Their Growth from the Perspective of Career Life".

Awards:
(A) At Work
1. Third prize in a speech competition, Women's Studies Institute under All-China Women's Federation, September 2012;
2. Excellent Paper Award, the Party Committee of All-China Women's Federation, October 2012;
3. Third prize for outstanding doctoral thesis in the 4th Women/Gender Studies, Women's Studies Association of China, December 2012.

(B) At School
1. Second prize for future gerontologists, Peking University, October 2006;
2. Third prize for outstanding research reports, the General Office of All-China Women's Federation and the Office of Women's Studies Association of China, December 2006;
3. Scholarship for outstanding students, Renmin University of China, December 2007;
4. Guanghua scholarship, Renmin University of China, December 2007;
5. Second prize for the national research subjects on people with disabilities, Leading Group Office for the 2nd Sample Survey on People with Disabilities, December 2007;
6. CPPCC outstanding survey investigator of social and public opinions, the CPPCC National Committee, December 2007;
7. First prize in the Student Paper Competition, the Gerontology Teaching and Research Committee of China, September 2008;
8. Scholarship for outstanding students, Renmin University of China, October 2008;
9. Second prize for Excellent Papers, China Population Association, August 2008;
10. The honorary title of Academic Star, Renmin University of China, June 2009.