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Jianghong Li, Ph.D.

Research Fields
  • Broad Research Interests
  • 1) Social, economic, psychological, cultural influences on child health and development; the interface between socioeconomic, psychological and biological factors contributing to inequalities in child health and development
  • 2) Gender and health and drug use and HIV in China
  • 3) Health and wellbeing in immigrant and refugee children and children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
  • Current specific research focus
  • Connections between the 24 hours/7 day economy and the health and development of children in Australia and other developed countries. Specifically, she is interested in the impact of parental employment status, work hours and work scheduling (e.g., nonstandard work schedules) and job characteristics on children’s health and development (e.g., behavioural problems, diet and obesity, risk taking, and educational achievement) and factors that may mediate or moderate this impact, such as family resources and processes.
  • Research Fields
  • Labour Market, Education and Training, Gender and Family, Public Health
  • Welfare State and Social Inequality
fon: +49 30 25491 564
mail: jianghong [dot] li [at] wzb [dot] eu
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D-10785 Berlin
Research Fellow of the


Academic Qualifications


1992   Ph.D., Sociology, Louisiana State University (Minor in Economics), U.S.A.

1986   M.S., Sociology, Valdosta State University, Georgia, U.S.A.

1982   B.A., English and English Literature, Yunnan University, Kunming, Yunnan Province, the People's Republic of China.




2007 - 2012   Curtin University Research Fellowship, Australia

1992 - 1993   Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Washington, U.S.A.

1987 - 1991   Doctoral Scholarship, Louisiana State University, U.S.A

1984 - 1985   Rotary Scholarship, Valdosta State University (sponsored by the Rotary Club in Albany, Georgia, U.S.A.).


Positions Held


07/2012 – present
Senior Researcher, President’s Project Group, Social Science Research Center Berlin (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung).

10/2012 – present
Adjunct Associate Professor, the University of Western Australia

10/2012 – present
Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Population Health Research, The Curtin Health Innovation Research Institute, Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University

01/2011 – 09/2012
Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Population Health Research, The Curtin Health Innovation Research Institute, Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University.

04/2009 – 12/2012
Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Developmental Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University.

10/2007 – 03/2009
Research and Teaching Fellow, Centre for International Health and School of Public Health, Curtin University.

10/2007 – 09/2012
Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Population Sciences, Telethon Institute for Child Health Research.

10/2007 –
Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, School of Paediatrics & Child Health, University of Western Australia.

2003 – 2007
Senior Research Fellow, Telethon Institute for Child Health Research; Centre for Child Health Research, The University of Western Australia. (80%)

2000 – 2003
Research Associate/Coordinator for a health services research project, the School of Population Health, the University of Western Australia (60%)

1996 – 1999
Affiliate Research Associate, Institute for Social Policies, University of Göttingen, Germany (parental leave)

1994 – 1996
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Sociology, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Switzerland (60%)

Affiliate Postdoctoral Research Associate, Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology, Department of Sociology, University of Washington, U.S.A

1992 – 1993
Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology, Department of Sociology, University of Washington, U.S.A. (100%)

1989 – 1991
Research Assistant, Department of Sociology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, U.S.A

1987 – 1988
Teaching Assistant, Department of Sociology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, U.S.A.

1982 – 1984
Graduate Student, Valdosta State University, Valdosta, Georgia, U.S.A.

1982 – 1984
Interpreter, Foreign Affairs Office, Yunnan Province, the People's Republic of China.

Selected Publications


Refereed Journal Articles


  1. Jianghong Li, Plamen Akaliyski, Jakob Schäfer, Garth Kendall, Wendy H.Oddy, Fiona Stanley, Lyndall Strazdins. Non-linear relationship between maternal work hours and child body weight: Evidence from the Western Australian Pregnancy Cohort (Raine) Study. Social Science & Medicine 2017, 186:52-60.

  2. Nan Hu, Catherine L. Taylor, Jianghong Li, Rebecca A. Glauert. The impact of child maltreatment on the risk of deliberate self-harm among adolescents: A population-wide cohort study using linked administrative records. Child Abuse & Neglect 2017, 67: 322-337.

  3. Lorraine Yap, Su Shu, Lei Zhang, Wei Liu, Yi Chen, Zunyou Wu, Jianghong Li, , Handan Wand, Basil Donovan, Tony Butler. Psychological distress among re-education through labour camp detainees in Guangxi Autonomous Region, China. Journal of Mental Health. (online first:

  4. Nan Hu, Jianghong Li, Rebecca A. Glauert, Catherine L. Taylor. Influence of Exposure to Perinatal Risk Factors and Parental Mental Health Related Hospital Admission on Adolescent Deliberate Self-harm Risk. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry  2017: DOI 10.1007/s00787-017-0948-4.

  5. Lyndall Strazdins, Jennifer Baxter, Jianghong Li. Long hours and longings: Australian children’s views of fathers’ work-family time. Journal of Marriage and Family 2017: (Online first: DOI: 10.IIII/jomf.12400).

  6. Mike Dockery, Jianghong Li, Garth Kendall. Sole-parent work schedules and adolescent wellbeing: Evidence from Australia. Social Science & Medicine, 2016, 168: 167-174 DOI information: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2016.09.019.

  7. Anett Nyaradi; Jianghong Li;Jonathan K. Foster; Siobhan Hickling, Angela Jacques; Therese O’Sullivan, Wendy H. Oddy: Good-quality diet in the early years may have a positive effect on academic performance. Acta Paediatrica 2016, 105: e209–e218.DOI: 10.1111/apa.13324

  8. Nan Hu, Rebecca Glauert, Jianghong Li, Catherine Taylor. Risk factors for repetition of a deliberate self-harm episode within seven days in adolescents and young adults: A population-level record linkage study in Western Australia. The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry (Accepted on 17 November 2015).

  9. Jianghong Li and Mathias Pollmann-Schult. Fathers' commute to work and children's social and emotional well-being in Germany. Journal of Family and Economic Issues (published online first: (DOI) 10.1007/s10834-015-9467-y)

  10. Jessica E. Tearne, Monique Robinson, Karina L. Allen, Jianghong Li, Neil J. McLean. Older maternal age is associated with depression, anxiety and stress symptoms in young adult females. Journal of Abnormal Psychology (accepted 11 September 2015).

  11. Anett Nyaradi, Jianghong Li, Siobhan Hickling, Jonathan K. Foster, Angela Jacques, Gina L. Ambrosini, Wendy H. Oddy: A Western dietary pattern is associated with poor academic performance in Australian adolescents. Nutrients 2015, 7, 2961-2982; doi:10.3390/nu7042961

  12. Anett Nyaradi, Wendy H Oddy, Siobhan Hickling, Jianghong Li, Jonathan Foster. The relationship between nutrition in infancy and cognitive performance during adolescence. Frontiers in Nutrition (Accepted 21 January 2015).

  13. Lorraine Yap, Joanne Reekie, Wei Liu, Yi Chen, Zunyou Wu, Jianghong Li, Lei Zhang, Handan Wand, Basil Donovan,  Tony Butler. HIV testing in re-education-through-labour camps in Guangxi Autonomous Region, China. Sexually Transmitted Infections (accepted 14th January 2015).

  14. Jessica E. Tearne, Monique Robinson, Jianghong Li, Peter Jacoby, John Newnham, Neil McLean. Does Late Childbearing increase the Risk for behavioural problems in Children? A longitudinal Cohort Study. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2015 29:41-49.

  15. Nyaradi, Anett; Foster, Jonathan; Hickling, Siobhan; Li, Jianghong; Ambrosini, Gina; Oddy, Wendy. Prospective associations between dietary patterns and cognitive performance during adolescence" The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 2014 55 (9): 1017-1024.

  16. Anett Nyaradi, Jianghong Li, Siobhan Hickling, Andrew Whitehouse, Wendy H. Oddy. Diet in the early years of life influences cognitive outcomes at ten years: a prospective cohort study. Acta Paediatrica , 2013 105:1165-1173.

  17. Paula Wyndow, Jianghong Li, and Eugen Mattes. Female empowerment as a core driver of democratization:  A dynamic panel model from 1980 to 2005. World Development, 2013, 52: 34-54.

  18. Li J, Sarah Johnson,Wen-Jui Han, Andrews S, Dockery M, Kendall G and Strazdins L. Parents’ nonstandard work and child wellbeing: A critical review of the literature. Journal of Primary Prevention 2014,35 (1): 53-73 (DOI: 10.1007/s10935-013-0318-z).

  19. Anett Nyaradi, Jianghong Li, Siobhan Hickling, Jonathan Foster, Wendy H Oddy. The role of nutrition in children’s neurocognitive development, from pregnancy through childhood.  Frontiers in Human Neuroscience (MAR) 2012.

  20. Sarah Johnson, Jianghong Li, Garth Kendall, Lyndall Strazdins, Peter Jacoby. Mothers’ and Fathers’ Work Hours, Child Gender and Behavior in Middle Childhood. Journal of Marriage and Family, 2013, 75: 56-74.

  21. Carrington CJ Shepherd, Jianghong Li, Francis Mitrou, Stephen R Zubrick.  Socioeconomic disparities in the mental health of Indigenous children in Western Australia. BMC Public Health 2012 12:756  doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-756

  22. Li, J., Robinson, M., Malacova, E., Jacoby, P., Foster, J. & van Eekelen, J.A.M. Maternal life stress events in pregnancy link to children's school achievement at age 10. Journal of Pediatrics, 2013 162 (3), 483-489. Impactfactor: 4.115, ERA ranking: A, Category ranking: 4/113 (Q1).

  23. Barbara Nattabi, Jianghong Li, Sandra C Thompson, Christopher G Orach, Jaya Earnest. Between a rock and a hard place: stigma and the desire to have children among people living with HIV in Northern Uganda. Journal of the International AIDS Society 2012, 15: 17421. |

  24. Faye Lim, Jenny Downs, Jianghong Li, Xin-Hua Bao, Helen Leonard. Caring for a child with severe intellectual disability in China: The example of Rett syndrome. Disability and Rehabilitation. Posted online on September 20, 2012. (doi:10.3109/09638288.2012.715720).

  25. Bernhard Buchter, Margrit Dunkel, Jianghong Li. Multiple Sclerosis: A disease of affluence? Journal of Neuroepidemiology 2012, 39:51-56.

  26. Jianghong Li, Lijun Yang, Zhouyang Ren, Chongbin Mo, Dingwen Chen,Fuqiang Dai,Mingzhong Jiang, Zhijie Tang, Peter Jacoby. HIV Vulnerability in out-of school adolescents and youth in Yunnan, China. World Journal of AIDS 2012, 2 48-56.

  27. Carrington Shepherd, Jianghong Li, Steve Zubrick. Socioeconomic disparities in physical health among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Western Australia. Ethnicity & Health 2012, 17 (5): 439-461. DOI:

  28. Jianghong Li, Therese O’Sullivan,Sarah Johnson, Fiona Stanley, Wendy Oddy. Maternal work hours in early to middle childhood link to later adolescent diet quality. Public Health Nutrition2012, 15 (10): 1861-1870.

  29. Barbara Nattabi, Jianghong Li, Sandra C Thompson, Christopher G Orach and Jaya Earnest.  Family planning among people living with HIV in post-conflict Northern Uganda: A mixed methods study. Conflict and Health 2011, 5:18.

  30. Bernhard Buchter,Margarit Dunkel, Jianghong Li. Everyday products induce multiple sclerosis. Medical Hypotheses. 2011, 77: 462-467.

  31. von Katterfeld B,  Li J, McNamara B, Langridge AT. Perinatal complications and cesarean section in foreign-born and Australian-born women in Western Australia, 1998-2006. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics.  2012, 116: 153-157.

  32. Faye J Lim, Jenny Downs, Jianghong Li, Bao Xin-Hua, Helen Leonard. Barriers to Diagnosis of a Rare Neurological Disorder in China ­ Lived Experiences of Rett Syndrome Families. American Journal of Medical Genetics (Accepted 5 August 2011).

  33. Carrington Shepherd, Jianghong Li and Stephen Zubrick. Social Gradients in Indigenous Health in Australia. American Journal of Public Health 2012, 102 (1): 107-117.

  34. von Katterfeld B,  Li J, McNamara B, Langridge AT. Maternal and neonatal outcomes associated with gestational diabetes in women from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds in Western Australia. Diabetic Medicine 2012, 29, 372–377.

  35. Dockery, A.M., Kendall, G., Li, J., Mahendran, A., Ong, R. and Strazdins, L. (2010), Housing and children’s development and wellbeing: a scoping study, Final Report Series of the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, 149:1-102.

  36. Langridge A, Li J, Nassar N & Stanley F.Community-level socioeconomic inequalities in infants with poor fetal growth in Western Australia, 1984 to 2006. Annals of Epidemiology 2011; 21(7):473-80.

  37. Oddy, W. H., Robinson, M., Kendall, G. E., Li, J., Zubrick, S.R. & Stanley, F.J. (in press). Breastfeeding and early child development: A prospective cohort study. Acta Paediatrica, 2011 100(7), 992-999.

  38. von Katterfeld B, Li J, McNamara B, Langridge AT. Obstetric profiles of foreign-born women in Western Australia using data linkage, 1998-2006. Aust NZ J Obstet Gynaecol 2011; 51: 225-232.

  39. Nattabi B,Li J, Thompson SC, Orach CG, Earnest J Factors associated with perceived stigma among people living with HIV/AIDS in post-conflict Northern Uganda.AIDS Education and Prevention23(3), 2011, 193-205.

  40. Oddy W, Li J, Zubrick SR, Whitehouse AJO, Malacova E. Breastfeeding duration and academic achievement at ten years. Pediatrics 2011;127;e137-e145.

  41. Robinson, M., Mattes, E., Oddy, W. H., Pennell, C.E., van Eekelen, J.A.M., McLean, N. J., Jacoby, P., Li, J., de Klerk, N.H., Zubrick, S.R., Stanley, F.J. & Newnham, J.P. (2011). Prenatal stress events and behavioural development from age two to 14 years: The influence of the number, type and timing of stressful life experiences. Development and Psychopathology, 23(2), 507-520.

  42. Langridge AT, Nassar N, Li J, Peter J, Stanley FJ.  The impact of monetary incentives on general fertility rates in Western Australia.  The Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health(2010). doi:10.1136/jech.2009.100347.

  43. Whitehouse, A.J.O., Robinson, M., Li J., & Oddy, W.H. An effect of breast-feeding duration on language ability to middle childhood. Paediatric and Perinatal 2010 25(1), 44-53.

  44. Langridge AT,Nassar N,Li J, Stanley F. Social and racial inequalities in preterm births in Western Australia, 1984 to 2006. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2010; 24: 352-362.

  45. Yang L, Li J*, Zhang Y, Zhang W, Dai F, Maycock B. Reported reasons for initiating drug use among drug-dependent adolescents and youths  in Yunnan, China. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 2009; 35: 445-453.

  46. Oddy WH,  Kendall GE, Li J, Jacoby J,  Robinson M,  de Klerk NH,  Silburn SR,  Zubrick SR, Landau L, Stanley FJ. The long-term effects of breastfeeding on adolescent mental health: a pregnancy cohort study followed for 14 years. The Journal of Pediatrics 2010; 156:568-574.

  47. Kendall GE, van Eekelen JA, Mattes E, Li J. Children in harm’s way: a global issue as important as climate change. Forum on Public Policy. Spring 2009 (September 2009).

  48. Robinson, M., McLean, N. J., Oddy, W. H., Mattes, E., Bulsara, M., Li, J., Zubrick, S.R., Stanley, F.J. & Newnham, J.P. Smoking cessation in pregnancy and the risk of child behavioural problems: A longitudinal prospective cohort study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Healthjech.2009.088658. doi:10.1136/jech.2009.088658 (Impact factor: 3.186).

  49. Malacova E, Li J, Blair E,  Mattes E, de Klerk NH, Stanley FJ. Neighbourhood socioeconomic factors and maternal factors at birth as moderators of the association between birth characteristics and school attainment:  A population study of children attending government schools in Western Australia. The Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health(Impact Factor: 2.956) 2009 63: 842-849 (first published online 18th May 2009).

  50. Nattabi B, Li J, Thompson SC, Orach CG, Earnest J. A systematic review of factors influencing fertility desires and intentions among people living with HIV/AIDS: Implications for policy and service delivery. AIDS and Behaviour(published on line 28th March 2009).

  51. Li J, Mattes E, McMurray A, Hertzman C, Stanley F. Social determinants of child health and wellbeing. Health Sociology Review 2009 18(1): 3-11.

  52. Li  J, D’AngiulliA, Kendall G. Response to  “Reply to Li, D’Angiulli, & Kendall: The Early Development Index and children from culturally and linguistically diverse background”  by Janus M, Hertzman C, Guhn M, Brinkman S, Goldfeld S. Early Years March 200929(1):89-92.

  53. Dockery M, Li J, Kendall G. Parents work patterns and adolescent health and wellbeing. Social Science & Medicine 2009, 68:689-698.

  54. Robinson, M., Mattes, E., Oddy, W. H., de Klerk, N. H., Li, J., McLean, N. J., Silburn, S.R., Zubrick, S.R., Stanley, F.J. & Newnham, J.P. Hypertensive diseases of pregnancy and the development of behavioural problems in childhood and adolescence: The Western Australian Pregnancy Cohort Study. The Journal of Pediatrics 2009; 154: 218-24.

  55. Li J, Luo C, de Klerk N. Trends in infant/child mortality and life expectancy in Indigenous populations in Yunnan Province, China. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2008;32: 216-223.

  56. Robinson M, Oddy W,  Li J, Kendall G, de Klerk N, Silburn SR, Stanley FJ, Zubrick SR. Pre-and post-natal influences on preschool mental health: A large-scale cohort study. The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry2008; 49(10): 1118-1128.

  57. Malacova E, Li J, Blair E, Leonard H, de Klerk N, Stanley F.  Association of birth outcomes, maternal, school and neighbourhood characteristics with subsequent numeracy achievement. The American Journal of Epidemiology 2008;168:21-29.

  58. Li J, McMurray A, Stanley F. Modernity’s paradox and the structural determinants of child health and wellbeing. Health Sociology Review 2008; 17 (1): 64-77.

  59. Li J, Kendall G, Henderson A, Downie J, Landsborough L, Oddy W. Maternal psychosocial wellbeing and breastfeeding duration.  Acta Paediatrica 2008; 97(2):221-225.

  60. Yang L, Li J*, Zhang Y, Li H,  Zhang W, Dai F, Ren Z, Qi G, Cheng W.Societal perception and support for methadone maintenance treatment in a Chinese Province with high HIV prevalence. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 2008; 34(1):5-16.

  61. Tian L, Li J*, Zhang K, Guest P.  Women’s status, institutional barriers and reproductive health care: A case study in Yunnan, China Health Policy 2007, 84:284-297.

  62. Li J, Luo, C, Deng, R, Jacoby, P, de Klerk, N. Maternal mortality in Yunnan, China: recent trends and associated factors, British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2007, 114:865-874.

  63. Li J, D’AngiulliA, Kendall G.  The Early Development Index and children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.  Early Years (A review and critique). 2007, 27: 221-235.

  64. Deng R, Li J*, Sringernyuang L, Zhang K. Drug abuse, HIV/AIDS, and stigmatisation in a Chinese indigenous community. Social Science & Medicine 2007, 64:1560-1571.

  65. Oddy W, Li J, Landsborough L, Kendall G, Henderson S, Downie J. The association of maternal overweight and obesity with breastfeeding duration. The Journal of Pediatrics 2006 (August);149 (2):185-91.

  66. Kendall, G,  Li  J. Response to “Role of socialization in explaining social inequalities in health” by Archana Singh-Manoux and Michael Marmot (Social Science & Medicine, 2005; 60: 2129-2133). Social Science & Medicine 2005; 61: 2272-2276.

  67. Li  J. Women’s status in a rural Chinese setting. Rural Sociology 2005; 70(2): 229-252.

  68. Li  J. Gender inequality, family planning and maternal and child health in a rural Chinese county. Social Science & Medicine 2004; 59:695-708.

  69. Li  J, Morlet N, Semmens JB, NG J, Knuiman, M.  Significant non-surgical risk factors for endophthalmitis after cataract surgery: The endophthalmitis population study of Western Australia (EPSWA): Fourth Report. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences 2004; 45: 1321-1328.

  70. Semmens JB,Li  J, Morlet N, Jonathon NG. Trends of cataract surgery and post-operative endophthalmitis in Western Australia (1980-1998): A population-based study. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology 2003; 31(3):213-219.

  71. Morlet N, Li  J,  Semmens JB, NG Jonathan.The endophthalmitis population study of Western Australia (EPSWA): First report. British Journal of Ophthalmology2003; 87:574-576.

  72. Ng J, Li J, Morlet N, Semmens JB. Experience with coding accuracy for endophthalmitis. Health Information Management 2003; 31(2) [online].

  73. Li  J, Morlet N, Semmens JB,Gavin A and Ng J on behalf of teamEPSWA. Coding accuracy for endophthalmitis diagnosis and cataract procedure in Western Australia: The Endophthalmitis Population Study of Western Australia (EPSWA): Second Report. Ophthalmic Epidemiology 2003; 10(2):133-145.

  74. Li J, and Lavely W. Village context, women’s status and son preference among rural Chinese women. Rural Sociology 2003; 68(1):87-108.

  75. Lavely W, Li  Jianke, Li  J. Sex preference for children in a Meifu Li community in Hainan China.  Population Studies 2001; 55:319-329.

  76. Li  J,  König M, Sacchi S, Buchmann M. Further education and occupational mobility in Switzerland. European Sociological Review 2000; 16(1): 43-65.

  77. Li  J, Singelmann J. Social mobility among men: A comparison of neo-Marxian and Weberian class models.  European Sociological Review 1999; 15(1):1-23.

  78. Li  J, Singelmann J. Gender differences in class mobility:  A comparative study of the United States, Sweden, and West Germany. Acta Sociologica 1998; 41:315-333. 

  79. Li  J, Buchmann M, König M, Sacchi S. Patterns of mobility for women in female-dominated occupations: An event-history analysis of two birth cohorts of Swiss women. European Sociological Review1998; 14(1): 49-67.

  80. Lavely W, Luo C, Lu Z, Zhang Z,  Li  J, Mason W. An empirical study of rural women's status.  Population Journal (in Chinese) 1995; 3:17-25.

  81. Li  J, Lavely W. Rural economy and male marriage in China, Jurong, Jiangsu 1933.  Journal of Family History 1995; 20: 289-306.

  82. Li  J, Wojtkiewicz RA. Childhood family structure and transitions into first marriage. The Sociological Quarterly 1994; 35: 247-268.

  83. Li J, Wojtkiewicz RA. A new look at the effects of family structure on status attainment.  Social Science Quarterly 1992; 73: 581-595.

* I was responsible for writing earlier and the final drafts and was the corresponding author responsible for handling reviewers’ comments.


Journal Letters


(Lancet Letters are reviewed by three editors including the Editor-in-Chief and have an acceptance rate of 30%)

  1. Li J, Zhang K, Tian L.  Multiple facets of China’s health inequality [Letter]. Lancet 2006 367 (9520): 1397.
  2. Li  J. Integration of HIV/AIDS and Family planning [Letter].  Lancet 2005; 366 (9491):1077.
  3. Li  J. A Chinese-style one-child policy for India [Letter].Lancet 2005; 366 (9480):121.
  4. Li  J. Why is income inequality linked to altruism? [Letter]Lancet 2005; 366 (9479): 25.
  5. Li  J. Democracy does not promote health in a vacuum. Rapid response to “Effect of democracy on health: an ecological study” by Franco Á, Álvarez-Dardet C, Ruiz MT. [Letter] BMJ 2004; 329:18-25.


Peer reviewed conference proceedings


Alfred Michael Dockery, Garth Kendall, Jianghong Li, Anusha Mahendran, Rachel Ong. Housing and Child Development: Key Dimensions, Knowledge Gaps and Issues for Future Research in Australia. 2010 Australasian Housing Researchers’ Conference.


Research Reports and non-peer reviewed publications


  1. Jianghong Li, Lu Zhaohe und  Luo Chun. Das Mosaik von Yunnan: Warum in Chinas ethnische heterogenster Provinz Frieden herrscht. WZB Mitteilung Issue 146 December 2014.

  2. Jianghong Li and Paula Wyndow. Der entscheide Unterschied: Länder, in denen Fruaen sich entfalten können, haben bessere Chancen auf Demokratisierung. DER TAGSSPIEL, Donnerstag, 13 März 2014 / Nr. 21985 Wissen & Forschen.

  3. Jianghong Li. Nebenwirkungen des Wachstums: Die HIV/AIDS-Epidemie in China  hat soziale, ökonomische und kulturelle Ursachen. WZB Mitteilung Issue 144 June 2014.

  4. Jianghong Li. Wie Gesundheit Bildungswege prägt Frühe Beeinträtigungen können lebenslange Folgen Haben. WZB Mitteilung Issue 138 December 2013.

  5. A.M. Dockery, R. Ong, S. Colquhoun, J Li and G. Kendall. Housing and Children’s Development and Wellbeing: Evidence from Australian Data.  A Final Report to Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute. June 2012 (peer reviewed). ISSN: 1834-7223.