Dr. Michael Haan (PhD, University of Toronto) is an Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Population and Social Policy at the University of New Brunswick. His research interests intersect the areas of demography, immigrant settlement, labour market integration, and residential segregation. From 2005-2010, he held an academic appointment at the University of Alberta, where he was Winspear-Archer Research Fellow in Immigration and Social Policy. He continues to be an adjunct faculty member and research associate at U of A’s Population Research Laboratory. Prior to that, he worked in Statistics Canada’s Business and Labour Market Analysis Division. He is also research associate at the Prentice Institute for Global Population and Labour at the University of Lethbridge, and at the McGill Centre for Population Dynamics.
Haan, Michael. 2012. An Introduction to Social Statistics for Canadian Social Science Students, second edition. Oxford University Press. First edition published in 2009. 400 Pages.
Haan, Michael. 2012. Guest editor for “Counting and Contemporary Governance”, a special issue of the Canadian Journal of Sociology.
Yu, Zhou, and Michael Haan. 2012. “Cohort Progress toward Household Formation and Homeownership: Young Immigrant Cohorts in Los Angeles and Toronto Compared.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 35(7): 1311-1337
Haan, Michael. 2011. “Does Residential Crowding Reflect Hidden Homelessness?” Canadian Studies in Population. 38(1-2): 42-58.
Haan, Michael. 2011. “The Residential Crowding of Immigrants in Canada.” Journal of Ethnic and Migrant Studies 37(3): 443-465.
Faculty page, UNB