Hu, Y. (2016). Chinese-British Intermarriage—Disentangling Gender and Ethnicity. London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. XIII + 267.
- Nominee for 2017 British Sociological Association Philip Abrams Memorial Prize
Refereed Journal Articles
 Hu, Y. (2018). Patriarchal Hierarchy? Gender, Children’s Housework Time and Family Structure in Post-Reform China. Chinese Sociological Review. [PDF]
- Featured in CPI (China Policy Institute) Analysis, The Intellectual (in Chinese), Ms. Muses (in Chinese).
 Hu, Y. & Shi, X. (2018). The Impact of China’s One-Child Policy on Intergenerational and Gender Relations. Contemporary Social Science (Journal of the Academy of Social Sciences). [PDF]
 Hu, Y. & Yucel, D. (2018). What Fairness? Gendered Division of Housework and Family Life Satisfaction across 30 Countries. European Sociological Review. 34(1): 92–105. [PDF]
 Hu, Y. & To, S. (2017). Family Relations and Remarriage Post-Divorce and Post-Widowhood in China. Journal of Family Issues. doi: 10.1177/0192513X17748694. [PDF]
 Hu, Y. (2017). Attitudes toward Transnational Intermarriage in China: Testing Three Theories of Transnationalization. Demographic Research. 37: 1413–1444. [PDF]
 Hu, Y. & Coulter, R. (2017). Living Space and Psychological Well-being in Urban China: Differentiated Relationships across Socio-economic Gradients. Environment and Planning A. 49 (4): 911–929. [PDF]
- Feature article published in Quantitative Social Science (in Chinese, 定量群学) and China Family Panel Studies Research Highlight.
- Selected media coverage: Governance and Reflections (in Chinese 治理与反思).
 Cebolla-Boado, H., Hu, Y. & Soysal, Y. (2017). Why Study Abroad? Sorting of Chinese Students across British Universities. British Journal of Sociology of Education. 39(3): 365–380. [PDF]
 Hu, Y. (2016). Marriage of Matching Doors: Marital Sorting on Parental Background in China. Demographic Research. 35: 557–580. [PDF]
- Related media coverage on wedding practice in China (selected): United Press (International), Time Magazine, Quartz.
 Hu, Y. (2016). Impact of Rural-to-Urban Migration on Family and Gender Values in China. Asian Population Studies. 12 (3): 251–272. [PDF]
Most read article in Asian Population Studies.
 Hu, Y. (2016). Sex Ideologies in China: Examining Interprovince Differences. Journal of Sex Research. 53 (9): 1118–1130. [PDF]
Media interview: Deutschlandradio–DRadio Wissen (Germany).
 Coulter, R. & Hu, Y. (2015). Living Apart Together and Cohabitation Intentions in Great Britain. Journal of Family Issues. 38 (12): 1701–1729. [PDF]
- Abstract published in the supplement of Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 6 (3).
Feature article published in OpenPop.
 Hu, Y. (2015). Gender and Children’s Housework Time in China: Examining Behavior Modeling in Context. Journal of Marriage and Family. 77 (5): 1126–1143. [PDF]
 Hu, Y. & Scott, J. (2014). Family and Gender Values in China: Generational, Geographic and Gender Differences. Journal of Family Issues. 37 (9): 1267–1293. [PDF]
Other Publications (Recent)
 Hu, Y. 2018 (February 2). Domestic Gender Inequalities in China: Count Children In. CPI (China Policy Institute) Analysis.
 Hu, Y. 2017 (April 4). ‘Hukou’, and What Birthplace Can Still Mean for Marriage in China. The Conversation.
 Hu, Y. 2016 (October 24). The Danger of Being a Bridesmaid in China Means Some Brides Now Hire Professionals. The Conversation.
- Top 3 most read article in The Conversation UK.
 Hu, Y. 2016 (May 12). Why Rice Growers in China Are More Sexually Liberal than Wheat Growers. The Conversation.
 Hu, Y. & Coulter, R. 2016 (January 8). Living Apart Together and Cohabitation Intentions in Britain. OpenPop.