Brown School researchers co-author paper on social work in China

A recent paper in the China Journal of Social Work offers a perspective on the re-emergence of social work in China from the viewpoint of a longstanding and productive partnership between Chinese and U.S. social work educators and researchers.

The paper, “Re-emergence of Social Work in Modern China: A Perspective by Chinese and U.S. Partners,” is co-authored by the Brown School’s Michael Sherraden, the George Warren Brown Distinguished University Professor and director of the Center for Social Development (CSD); Li Zou, CSD international director; Jin Huang, research associate professor; Margaret Sherraden, research professor; and Nancy Morrow-Howell, the Betty Bofinger Brown Distinguished Professor of Social Policy; among others.

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