associate professor  

The Department Subordinate department
Institute of social security
The office Position
Qiushi Building 426 Room Associate professor
E-mail Folk/telephone
chenhe2019@ruc.edu.cn na
 
 

Education experience

2003.9-2007.7 Peking University, School of Government, B.A., Politics and Administration 2003.9-2007.7 Peking University, National School of Development (before as China Center for Economic Research), B.A. (double degree), Economics 2007.9-2009.7 Peking University, Institute of Population Research, M.A., Demography (Demography techniques and application) 2009.9-2013.7 Peking University, Institute of Population Research, Ph.D. Demography (Health economics and policy study)

Work experience

2019.10-now Renmin University of China, School of Public Administration and Policy, Institute of Social Security, Associate professor 2013.8-2019.9 Peking University, School of Public Health, Department of Global Health, assistant professor

Part time job

1. 2017-2019 National Health Commission of China, Talent Exchange Center, Consulting expert in the integration of health and social care 2. 2018-2020 National Natural Science Foundation of China - Management Science Data Center, Peking University, adjunct research fellow 3. 2019-2020 Voluntary Service and Charity Division of China Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, member of council 4. Reviewers for journals including Social Science & Medicine, Geriatrics & Gerontology International, andChinese Journal of Health Policy 5. Members of the Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics of China, The Gerontological Society of America, and International Union for the Scientifics Study of Population

Researc expertise

Population ageing and social security system, especially on the establishment of long-term care social security system, and the impact of population aging on basic social health insurance.

Representative results

1. Chen H, Chen G, Guo Y,* Zheng X.* Contribution of specific diseases and injuries to changes in health adjusted life expectancy in 187 countries from 1990 to 2013: retrospective observational study. BMJ-British Medical Journal, 2019, 364: 1969 (SCI). 2. Chen H, Chen Y, Cui B.* The association of multimorbidity with healthcare expenditure among the elderly patients in Beijing, China. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics.2018,79:32-8. (SCI/SSCI). 3. Meng T, Chen H.* A multilevel analysis of social capital and self-rated health: evidence from China. Health & Place, 2014, 27: 38-44. (SCI/SSCI 4. Chen H, Wang H., Crimmins E, Chen G, Huang C, Zheng X.* The contributions of diseases to disability burden among the elderly population in China. Journal of Aging and Health. 2014, 26(2), 261-282. (SSCI) 5. Chen H#, Du W#, Li N, Chen G, Zheng X.* The socioeconomic inequality in traffic- related disability among Chinese adults: the application of concentration index. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 2013, 55: 101-106. (SSCI)
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