Ms Jasmine Ha

PhD (Sociology)
Research Fellow
ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences

Areas of expertise

  • Demography 1603
  • Migration 160303
  • Sociology 1608

Research interests

Globalization, International and internal migration, Skilled migration and international students, Migration policies, Quantitative research methods

Biography

Jasmine Trang Ha obtained her PhD in Sociology from the University of Minnesota, where she studied migration patterns of international students into and within the United States. Her research focuses on migration data estimation, theorizing and quantifying the components and categorizations of migration, and understanding the impacts of migration policies.

She joined the Australian National University (ANU) in 2018 as a Research Fellow to work on an ARC Discovery Project entitled  'Overcoming the problems of inconsistent migration data in the Asia Pacific' (DP17). 

Researcher's projects

Overcoming the problems of inconsistent migration data in the Asia Pacific (Research Fellow)

 

Current student projects

Ayumi Malamassam - Internal migration in Indonesia: Spatial patterns of human capital flows and effects on regional development 

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