Lee, Rennie. 2019. “How Do Parental Migration Histories Matter for Children’s Economic Outcomes?” Migration and Development 8(1):75-92. 

Lee, Rennie. 2018. “Does the healthy immigrant effect apply to mental health? Examining the effects of immigrant generation and racial and ethnic background among Australian adults.”  SSM- Population Health. Advance online publication. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssmph.2018.10.011

 Lee, Rennie. 2018. “Who does the dishes? Precarious employment and ethnic solidarity among restaurant workers in Los Angeles’ Chinese enclave.” Ethnicities. Advance online publication. https://doi:10.1177/1468796818789455

Lee, Rennie. 2018. “Spousal Characteristics and Language Use at Home: Immigrants and Their Descendants.” Sociological Perspectives 61(6):874-893.

 Lee, Rennie. 2018. “How are the Children of Immigrants Assimilating? The Effects of Individual, Neighborhood, Coethnic Community, and National Origin Group Characteristics on Education in San Diego.International Journal of Sociology of Education 7(2):123-153.

 Ruppanner, Leah, Rennie Lee, and Matt Huffman. 2018. “Do Mothers Benefit from Flexible Work? Cross-National Evidence for Work Time, Job Quality, and Satisfaction.” International Journal of Sociology 48(2):170-187.

 Lee, Rennie. 2018. “How do Coethnic Communities Matter for Educational Attainment? A Comparative Analysis of the United States and Canada.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 59(2):139-164.

Lee, Rennie. 2018. “Immigrant Entry Visa Categories and their Effects on the Children of Immigrants’ Education.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 44(9):1560-1583.

Lee, Rennie. 2016. “Doing Good in the Hood? The Effects of Coethnic Concentration on the Educational Attainment of Mexican, Filipino, and Vietnamese Children of Immigrants.” International Journal of Sociology of Education 5(3):214–243.

Zhou, Min and Rennie Lee. 2015. “Traversing Ancestral and New Homelands: Chinese Immigrant-Transnational Organizations in the United States.” Pp. 27-50 in The State and the Grassroots: Immigrant Transnational Organizations in Four Continents, edited by Alejandro Portes and Patricia Fernandez-Kelley. Oxford: Berghahn Books. 

Zhou, Min and Rennie Lee. 2013. “Immigrant Organizations in the United States: Transnationalism, Community Building, and Immigrant Incorporation” in special issue of The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 647: 22-49, May 2013, Rethinking Urban Disadvantage: The Role of Systems, Institutions, and Organizations. Eds. Mario L. Small and Scott Allard.

 Gonzales, Robert and Rennie Lee. 2013. “Second Generation, Identity Formation” in The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration. Eds. Peter Coveney and Immanuel Ness. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

 Noymer, Andrew and Rennie Lee. 2012. “Immigrant Health around the World: Evidence from the World Values Survey” Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health.

 Feliciano, Cynthia, Rennie Lee, and Belinda Robnett. 2011. “Racial Boundaries among Latinos: Evidence from Internet Daters’ Racial Preferences” Social Problems 58(2): 189-212.