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Cai, Yong & Feng, Wang (2021). The Social and Sociological Consequences of China's One-Child Policy. Annual Review of Sociology, 47(1), 587-606.

Chen, Zuosinan; Zhang, Zhiqiang; Chen, Lixin; Cai, Yongmao; Zhang, Haiquan; Lou, Junpeng; Xu, Zhou; Xu, Hang; & Song, Conghe (2020). Sparse Pinus Tabuliformis Stands have Higher Canopy Transpiration than Dense Stands Three Decades after Thinning. Forests, 11(1), 70.

Tierney, Katherine & Cai, Yong (2019). Assisted Reproductive Technology Use in the United States: A Population Assessment. Fertility and Sterility, 112(6), 1136-43.e4. PMCID: PMC6986780

Cai, Yong; Feng, Wang; & Shen, Ke (2018). Fiscal Implications of Population Aging and Social Sector Expenditure in China. Population and Development Review, 44(4), 811-831.

Feng, Wang; Gu, Baochang; & Cai, Yong (2016). The End of China's One-Child Policy. Studies in Family Planning, 47(1), 83-86.

Shen, Ke; Wang, Feng; & Cai, Yong (2016). Patterns of Inequalities in Public Transfers by Gender in China. Journal of the Economics of Ageing, 8, 76-84. PMCID: PMC6652223

Cai, Yong (2015). China’s Demographic Challenges: Gender Imbalance.. deLisle, Jacques & Goldstein, Avery (Eds.) (pp. 60-82). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Ji, Yinchun; Chen, Feinian; Cai, Yong; & Zheng, Zhenzhen (2015). Do Parents Matter? Intergenerational Ties and Fertility Preferences in a Low-Fertility Context. Chinese Journal of Sociology, 1(4), 485-514.

Whyte, Martin King; Feng, Wang; & Cai, Yong (2015). Challenging Myths about China’s One-Child Policy. The China Journal, 74, 144-159. PMCID: PMC6701844

Cai, Yong & Cheng, Yuan (2014). Pension Reform in China: Challenges and Opportunities. Journal of Economic Surveys, 28(4), 636-651.