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
- "Visualizing the Geographic and Demographic Distribution of COVID-19"
2020; Socius; Patrick Denice | Kate H. Choi | Michael Haan | Anna Zajacova
- "Becoming Permanent: The Transition Characteristics of Temporary Foreign Workers to Permanent Residents in Canada"
2020; International Migration; Michael Haan | Yoko Yoshida | Jonathan Amoyaw | Natalie Iciaszczyk
- "Job changing and internal mobility: Insights into the “declining duo” from Canadian administrative data"
2020; Population, Space and Place; Michael Haan | Miguel Cardoso
- An Introduction to Social Statistics for Canadian Social Science Students (3rd ed.)
2017; Oxford University Press; Michael Haan | Jenny Godley
- "Aboriginal Earnings in Canada: The Importance of Gender, Education, and Industry"
2020; Canadian Ethnic Studies; Michael Haan | Georgina Chuatico | Jules Cornetet