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Guogui Huang is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Health Systems and Safety Research, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences at Macquarie University. He received his PhD of Demography from Peking University in July 2020 and his PhD of Demography/Management from Macquarie University in October 2020. He was rewarded the National Encouragement Scholarship of China in 2010 and the second prize of the Chinese Postgraduate Forum of Population and Development in 2016. He is also the holder of Tang Lixin Scholarship in 2015 (targeting the top five percent students in Peking University).


Guogui’s main research interests have been population ageing and its socioeconomic consequences, ageing and wellbeing, aged care provision, quality of later life and elderly health improvement. He is particularly interested in health inequality and healthy life expectancy, the diversification of care provision, home-/community-based integrated care and the wellbeing of caregiving labour force. He has published 19 academic journal articles, including such journals as Population Studies (SSCI, ABDC A), Journal of Population Research (ABDC A), Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics(SCI, Q1), Educational Gerontology (SSCI), Social Indicators Research (SSCI, ABDC A), and Journal of Peking University (Philosophy and Social Science edition) (CSSCI, in Chinese).

Education/Academic qualification

Demography/Management, PhD, Macquarie University

1 Sep 201722 Oct 2020

Award Date: 22 Oct 2020

Demography, PhD, Peking University

1 Sep 20151 Jul 2020

Award Date: 1 Jul 2020

Gerontology, M.A., Peking University

1 Sep 20131 Jul 2015

Award Date: 1 Jul 2015

Economics, B.A., Xiamen University

1 Sep 20101 Jul 2013

Award Date: 1 Jul 2013

Social Work, B.A., Xiamen University

1 Sep 20091 Jul 2013

Award Date: 1 Jul 2013


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