Wu, Cary. forthcoming. Does migration affect trust? Internal migration and the stability of trust among Americans. The Sociological Quarterly.
Wu, Cary and Zhilei Shi. forthcoming. Education and social trust in transitional China. Chinese Sociological Review doi: 10.1080/21620555.2019.1665995.
Wilkes, Rima, and Cary Wu. 2019. Immigration, Discrimination and Trust: A Simply Complex Relationship. Frontiers in Sociology 4: 32.
Wu, Cary, Rima Wilkes, Terry Clark and Dan Silver. 2018. Current debates in urban theory from a scale perspective: Introducing a scenes approach. Urban Studies doi: 0042098018776916.
Wilkes, Rima and Cary Wu. 2018. Ethnicity, democracy, trust: A majority-minority approach. Social Forces 97(1):465-494.
Wu, Cary and Rima Wilkes. 2018. Local-national political trust patterns: Why China is an exception. International Political Science Review 39(4):436-454.
Wu, Cary and Rima Wilkes. 2018. Finding critical trusters: A response pattern model of political trust. International Journal of Comparative Sociology 59(2): 110-138.
Wu, Cary, Qiang Fu, and Zhilei Shi. 2018. Does migration experience pay off? Returnees, family background, and self-employment in rural China. The China Review 18(1): 59-77.
Sher, Chloe and Cary Wu. 2018. Fracking in China: Community impacts and political support of shale gas development in China. Journal of Contemporary China 27(112):626-641.
Fu, Qiang, Cary Wu, Heqing Liu, and Zhilei Shi. 2018. Live like mosquitoes: Hukou and mental health. Chinese Journal of Sociology 4(1):56-78.
Zhilei, Shi and Cary Wu. 2018. The long-term consequence of early life misfortune on health inequality. Sociological Studies 33 (3):166-192.
Wu, Cary and Rima Wilkes. 2017. International students’ post-graduation migration and the search for home. Geoforum 80: 123-132.
Wu, Cary and Rima Wilkes. 2016. Durable power and generalized trust in everyday social exchange (Comment on Schilke et al.) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (11): 2793-2795.
Wu, Cary. 2015. Moving from urban sociology to the sociology of the city. The American Sociologist 47 (1): 102-114.