Dr. Guangqing Chi is an associate professor of rural sociology and demography and director of the Computational and Spatial Analysis Core at the Pennsylvania State University. He is also currently a Deputy Editor of Demography. He received a Ph.D. degree in Environmental Demography from University of Wisconsin-Madison and a M.S. degree in Environmental Policy from Michigan Technological University. His program of research is in environmental and spatial demography, examining the interactions between the human population and the built and natural environments in the U.S., China, and Central Asia by building upon his methodological strengths in computational and spatial analysis. His research has been supported by NSF, NIH, NASA, and USDOT. He has published about 40 articles in internationally prestigious journals. His research on gasoline prices and traffic safety has been highlighted more than 2,000 times by various news media outlets.
Articles by Guangqing Chi
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