Chao Shi

Chao Shi

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Social Sciences

Faculty of Arts


I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Geography, Environment and Population at University of Adelaide. My research interests are about migration and development. I am specially focused on the business migration. My recent research is on how Chinese business migrants integrate and contribute to Australian economy and society. Besides, I am also interested in the methodological issues on the construction of social indicators.

I am a PhD candidate at the Department of Geography, Environment and Population at University of Adelaide. My research interests are about migration and development. I am specially focused on the business migration. My recent research is on how Chinese business migrants integrate and contribute to Australian economy and society. Besides, I am also interested in the methodological issues on the construction of social indicators.

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  • Appointments

    Date Position Institution name
    2019 Research Assistant The University of Melbourne
    2018 Teaching Assistant University of Adelaide
    2017 - 2017 Intern and Consultant International Labour Organization
    2016 Research Assistant Duke University
  • Language Competencies

    Language Competency
    Chinese (Mandarin) Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review
    English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review
  • Education

    Date Institution name Country Title
    2017 University of Adelaide Australia PhD
    2014 - 2017 Peking University China Master
    2009 - 2013 Dalian University of Technology China Bechalor
  • Research Interests

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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2020 Shi, C., & Land, K. (2020). The Data Envelopment Analysis and Equal Weights/Minimax Methods of Composite Social Indicator Construction: a Methodological Study of Data Sensitivity and Robustness. Applied Research in Quality of Life, 28 pages.
    DOI
    2017 Shi, C., & Qiao, X. (2017). Age-Period-Cohort Effects on Life Satisfaction in China. Population and Development, 23(4).

Australian Government Research Training Scholarship:     AUD 27,082 per year

Charles and Frank Fenner Grant:     AUD 670

Global Learning Grant:     AUD 500

Walter Dorothy Duncan Trust:     AUD 1,500 

Funding from school of social science for fieldwork:     AUD 2,500 

Funding from school of social science for conference:     AUD 300

 

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