- MA, Sociology, National Cheng-Chi University, Taipei, Taiwan
- BA, Sociology, National Cheng-Chi University, Taipei, Taiwan
My primary research interests are in the “New Economy” and its relationship to contemporary income and employment stratification on a global scale. Specifically, my work investigates inequality in employment outcomes, earnings and work/family-life arrangements between parents and non-parents, men and women, and citizens and immigrants in the United States and Asia.
The Motherhood Wage Penalty for Low-educated Women during Early Careers – The Impact of Growing External Labor Market in the New U.S. Economy.