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Dr  Linda Yin-nor  TJIA 

PhD, MA (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology);
BA (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

Assistant Professor; Minor Coordinator - Asian/International/ Development Studies

Discipline: Political Economy, Social Capital and Social Development

Contact information
Office: YEUNG-Y7622
Phone: 3442-7694
Fax: 3442-0180
Email: linda.tjia@cityu.edu.hk
AC1 : Academic 1
MMW : Mong Man Wai Building
TYB : To Yuen Building
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  • Traditions of Inquiry in the Social Sciences
  • Infrastructure Development in China
Research Interests
  • Transport and Infrastructure Development
  • Socialist Reform and Development
  • Social Capital and Social Development
Current/Recent Research Projects
  • High-speed Train and Economic Development in China
  • Social Capital and Social Development
  • Tjia, Linda Yin-nor, China’s Railway Reform and Property Rights Re-arrangements (London: Rouledge), Oct 2015
Refereed Journal Articles
  • Ho, W. C., Linda Yin-nor Tjia & Joseph Wu “ 'Determinants of Perceived Integration' among Chinese Migrant Mothers Living in Areas of Concentrated Poverty in Hong Kong: Implications for Social Service Practitioners,” International Social Work, November 2014, vol. 57, no. 6, pp.661-675.
  • Tjia, Linda Yin-nor, “Hong Kong's role in the mainland's logistics industry: from physical gateway to all-in-one service provider,” Asian Survey, 51:4 (July/August 2011).
Research Reports
  • Tjia, Linda Yin-nor, “Sustainable Development: Social Capital and Local Governance in Nanshan District, Shenzhen,” Research Report for the Nanshan Government, 2014.
  • Ho W. C. & Linda Yin-nor Tjia "Life Attitude Profile of Deprived Families in Hong Kong,” Research Report for the Methodist Epworth Village Community Centre Social Welfare, 2013.
  • Chan, K. H., C. K. Cheung, W. C. Ho & Linda Yin-nor Tjia “ An Evaluation Study on the Outcome of the Community Investment and Inclusion Fund,” Research Report for the Labour Department of the Hong Kong Government, 9 November 2012.