Min Hu

Assistant Professor

Phone: 250.807.8381
Email: min.hu@ubc.ca

Research Summary

Health Economics, Applied Microeonomics, Labour Economics, Social Policy




PhD, Dalhousie University

Research Interests & Projects

My research spans the fields of Health Economics, Labour Economics, Applied Microeconomics and Econometrics, with a focus on the economics of well-being of vulnerable populations (Immigrants and Indigenous peoples) in Canada, as well as the economics of cancer and social policy-related topics.

Selected Publications & Presentations

“Explaining the gaps in psychological distress and suicidal behaviours between non-Indigenous and Indigenous adults living off-reserve in Canada: a cross-sectional study”, with Hajizadeh, M.,  Asada, Y., and Bombay, A., CMAJ Open (2021), vol. 9 no. 1 E215-E223.

“Literacy, numeracy, technology skill, and labour market outcomes among Indigenous Peoples in Canada”, with Daley, A., and Warman, C., Canadian Public Policy (2019), 45(1), 48-73.

“Socioeconomic inequalities in health among Indigenous Peoples living off-reserve in Canada: trends and determinants”, with Hajizadeh, M.,  Asada, Y., and Bombay, A., Health Policy (2019), 122(8), 854-865.

“Language proficiency and immigrants’ economic integration”, with Daley, A., and Warman, C., IZA World of Labor (2019), 469.

“The relative importance of clinical, economic, patient values and feasibility criteria in cancer drug reimbursement in Canada: a revealed preferences analysis of recommendations of the pan-canadian oncology drug review 2011–2017,” with Skedgel, C., and Wranik, D., PharmacoEconomics (2018), 36(4), 467-475.

Selected Grants & Awards

CRDCN APS Research Funding (PI), 2021/2022


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