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Chien-Chung Huang

Professor and Director, Huamin Research Center

Ph.D., Columbia

Dr. Huang's research interests include international social work, nonprofit management and philanthropy, social welfare policy, poverty and welfare reform, and domestic violence.

Bio: 

Chien-Chung Huang (Ph.D., 1998, Social Work, Columbia University) is the director of Huamin Research Center and a professor in the School of Social Work at Rutgers University. His research emphasizes on the role of social welfare policy in affecting the well-being of children and their families both domestically and internationally. He has also specifically investigates the effects of domestic violence on victims and their children. In recent years, Dr. Huang has focus on effects of nonprofit sector and philanthropy on social development. Dr. Huang co-edited four books, and published more than 60 articles in peer-review journals. His research has appeared in journals including Child Development, the Journal of Human Resources, the Journal of Marriage and Family, American Journal of Public Health, Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership, & Governance, International Journal of Social Welfare, The China Nonprofit Review, Journal of Community Psychology, the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Evaluation Review, the Journal of Population Economics, Social Service Review, Family Relations, and Children and Youth Services Review.

Courses Taught: 

  • Social Welfare Policy and Services I
  • Methods of Social Work Research I
  • Advance Statistic Methods
  • Special Topics in Social Work Research: Social Work and Welfare System in China

Selected Recent Publications: 

Selected Recent Publications

Vikse, J., Lu, S., & Huang, C-C. (2017). Reducing Income Inequality: Taxation and Philanthropy in China and the United States. China Nonprofit Review, 9, 84-107.

Barchi, F., Deng, G., Huang, C-C., Isles, C., & Vikse, J. (2016). Private Wealth, Philanthropy, and Social Development: Case Studies from the United States and China. China Nonprofit Review, 8(2), 215-248.

Guo, Y., Findley, K., Huang, C-C., Lu, S., & Wang, Y. (2016). Competency-based Education: Evidence from Social Work Postgraduates from Five Universities in China. Asian Social Work and Policy Review, 10(3), 280-294.

Xie, X., Lu, S. Huang, C-C., Wang, Y., Fei, P. (2016). Administrative Efficiency and Donation of Foundations in China. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership, & Governance, 40 (4), 410-420.

Xie, X., Lu, S. Huang, C-C., Wang, Y., Fei, P. (In Press). Administrative Efficiency and Donation of Foundations in China. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership, & Governance.

Hu, J., & Huang, C-C. (2016). Health Service Utilization and Expenditure of the Elderly in China. Asian Social Work and Policy Review, 10 (2), 162-174.

Lu, S., Juan, R., & Huang, C-C. (2016). Mindfully Sharing Capital in Modern China: Culture of Giving and Influence of Chinese Philosophy. China Nonprofit Review, 8 (1), 52-65.

Lu, S., Lin, Y.T., Vikse, J. H., & Huang, C-C. (2016). Well-Being of Migrant and Left-Behind Children in China: Education, Health, Parenting, and Personal Values. International Journal of Social Welfare, 25 (1), 58-68

Deng, G., Lu, S., & Huang, C-C. (2015). Transparency of Grassroots Human Service Organizations in China: Does Transparency Affect Donation and Grants? Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership, & Governance, 39 (5): 475-491.

Clark, M., & Huang, C-C. (2015). Capital and Philanthropy: Donations from the Wealthy in China and the United States. China Nonprofit Review, 7 (2): 247 – 263.

Huang, C-C, Vikse, J. H., Lu, S, & Yi, S. (2015). Children's Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence and Early Delinquency. Journal of Family Violence, 30 (8): 953-965.

Ocasio, K., Van Alst, D., Koivunen, J., Huang, C. C., & Allegra, C. (2015). Promoting preschool mental health: Results of a 3 year primary prevention strategy. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 24(6), 1800-08.

Zurlo, K.A., Hu, H., & Huang, C.-C. (2014). The Effects of Family, Community, and Public Policy on Depressive Symptoms among Elderly Chinese. Journal of Sociology and Social Work, 2 (2): 01–23.

Behan, D., Findley, K., Germak, A., & Huang, C-C. (2014). Building China’s social service capacity:  Lessons learned from professional training program collaborations. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership, & Governance, 38, 348-359.

Hu, H., Lu, S., & Huang, C-C. (2014). The Psychological and Behavioral Outcomes of Migrant and Left-behind Children in China. Children and Youth Services Review, 46, 1-10.

Huang, C-C., Liu, C-W., Forenza, B., Germak, A.J., Sena, M., & Findley, K. (2014). The impact of structured training on knowledge and perceived job performance of child support professionals. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership, & Governance, 38: 135-145.

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