Michael Haan, Associate Professor
Director, Statistics Canada Research Data Centre at Western
Director, Collaborative Graduate Program in Migration and Ethnic Relations
PhD, Sociology, University of Toronto
Michael Haan is a demographer whose research interests intersect the areas of immigrant settlement, labour market integration, and data development. He is currently working on projects making data available for research and policy, as well as developing collaboration frameworks for municipalities and universities. He is widely consulted by provincial and federal governments for policy advice in the areas of immigration, settlement services, the Canadian labour market, and population aging.
Areas of Specialization
- immigrant settlement;
- labour market integration;
- data development;
- longitudinal data analysis
- Nair, Shiva Madhwan, Tina Luu Ly, Daniel Halstuch, Arnon Lavi, Yujiro Sano, Michael Haan, and Nicholas E. Power. 2021. "Correlation of Occupational Exposure and Risk of Genitourinary Malignancies: A Canadian Population Study." Medical & Surgical Urology 10(2): No. 242, 1-7.
- Jin, Hyeongsuk, Manon Langevin, André Lebel, and Michael Haan. 2020. "Factors associated with the completion of apprenticeship training in Canada." Insights on Canadian Society 2020001 article 8.
- Zajacova, Anna, Anthony Jehn, Matthew Stackhouse, Kate H. Choi, Patrick Denice, Michael Haan, and Howard Ramos. 2020. "Mental health and economic concerns from March to May during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada: Insights from an analysis of repeated cross-sectional surveys." SSM - Population Health 12(December 2020): 100704.
- Lavi, Arnon, Roderick Clark, Tina Luu Ly, Shiva M. Nair, Khalil Hetou, Michael Haan, and Nicholas E. Power. 2020. "Long-term Testis Cancer Survivors in Canada—Mortality Risks in a Large Population-based Cohort." European Urology Open Science 22(December 2020): 54-60.
- Choi, Kate H., Sagi Ramaj, and Michael Haan. 2020. "Age of the oldest child and internal migration of immigrant families: A study using administrative data from immigrant landing and tax files." Population, Space and Place 2020: e2409.