Dr. Michael Haan
BA (Dordt College); MA (University of Windsor); PhD (University of Toronto)
Michael Haan studies why immigrants make the location choices they do, and what impact these choices have on both their well-being and that of the communities they join. This research is critical to understanding the relationship between location choice and socio-economic well-being, and to preventing over-urbanization in some parts of Canada and population decline in others. Haan's earlier work focused on housing and immigration, although the focus on inequality and stratification was evident there as well.
- Haan, Michael. 2013. An Introduction to Social Statistics for Canadian Social Science Students, 2/e. Oxford University Press.
- Walby, Kevin, and Michael Haan. 2012. “Caste Confusion: the Epistemological Problems of Census Enumeration in Colonial India, 1871-1921.” Social History/Histoire Sociale, Vol. 45, Number 90: 301-318.
- Yu, Zhou, and Michael Haan. 2012. “Differences Household Formation among Immigrant Groups in Canada and the United States.” Ethnic and Racial Studies. 35(7): 1311-1337.
- Davidson, Debra, and Michael Haan. 2012. “Gender, Political Ideology and Climate Change Beliefs: Results from a study of Alberta, Canada.” Population and Environment, 34(2): 217-34.
- Haan, Michael. 2012. Guest Editor for “Counting and Contemporary Governance” Special Issue of Canadian Journal of Sociology, 37(3).
- Haan, Michael. 2012. "The Housing Experiences of Canadian Immigrants." Citizenship and Immigration Canada's Research and Evaluation Branch Paper Series. Available: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/research/housing/index.asp
- McEachern Caputo, Sasha, and Michael Haan. 2012. Learning in the Workplace: A Literature Review. Report written for NB2026: Citizen Engagement Initiative on Learning.
- Safatli, Donna, and Michael Haan. 2012. Here and Now: Demographic Challenges to Canadian Public Policies. Written for ACOA's Atlantic Canada Policy Series.
- Haan, Michael. 2011. The Residential Crowding of Immigrants in Canada. Journal of Ethnic and Migrant Studies 37(3): 443-465.
- Haan, Michael. 2011. Does Residential Crowding Reflect Hidden Homelessness? Canadian Studies in Population 38(1-2): 42-58.