Kate H. Choi is a social demographer who studies the causes and consequences of international migration for migrants, their families, and the communities in which they live. Her work examines how migration influences family formation processes (i.e., marriage, assortative mating, and fertility) and explores how the resulting changes in family composition and size go on to affect the educational composition of future generations in Mexico and the United States.
Her areas of expertise include family demography, international migration, social stratification, and quantitative methods.
University of Western Ontario
Articles by Kate Choi
06 April 2023 | research article
18 May 2022 | research article
17 July 2019 | research article
24 June 2016 | research article
11 March 2014 | research article