1. Ren, C., & Bloemraad, I. (2022). New Methods and the Study of Vulnerable Groups: Using Machine Learning to Identify Immigrant-Oriented Nonprofit Organizations. Socius, 8, 23780231221076992.

  2. Li, Z., Ren, C., Li, X., & Pardos, Z. A. (2021, April). Learning Skill Equivalencies Across Platform Taxonomies. In LAK21: 11th International Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference (pp. 354-363).

  3. Ren, C., Stuart, M., Chow, J. C. C., . (2020). Computational Social Welfare: Applying Data Science in Social Work. New York: Oxford University Press

  4. Chow, J. C.-C., Cai, Y., Gu, T., Lyu Y., Ren, C., Stuart M., Stone, S., (2019). Research on Rural Left Behind Children Welfare Policy Supported by Big Data. Social Security Studies,72-80. (in Chinese)

  5. Chow, J. C.-C., Ren, C., Mathias, B., & Liu, J. (2019). InterBoxes: A social innovation in education in rural China. Children and Youth Services Review

  6. Cai, Y., Chen, S., Ren,C., (2019). Research on the Impact of Executive-Employee Compensation Gap on Corporate Performance -Based on Panel Threshold Regression Analysis of China A-stock Listed Companies on Shanghai Stock Exchange and Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Journal of Beijing Technology and Business University (Social Sciences). 34(2):52 -62. (in Chinese)

  7. Ren, C. (2013). Knowledge Spread Under the View of Innovation Diffusion - Take TED Speech as an Example.”. Today’s Mass Media, 52-53. (in Chinese)

Working papers

  1. Trends in Non-Profit Sectors: A Predictive Analysis of Agency Longevity in the US (with Brenda Mathias,Julian Chow and Yuwen Lyu)

In Progress

  1. “Eviction Data Extraction in State of Washington”