Research Outputs

Professional Articles and Reports

Socially responsible human resource practices to improve the employability of people with disabilities, Chi Kin Kwan

應對國家新形勢需善用香港一國兩制 ──粵港澳大灣區全國策略角色思考之一, 《灼見名家》

香港軟實力與大灣區城市協作的初步思考 ──粵港澳大灣區全國策略角色思考之二 , 《灼見名家》

各國領事與業界領袖研討一帶一路多國商機 ──憑香港專業服務拓藍海市場, 《灼見名家》

Final Report on Sustainability and Social Mobility in Professional Services: A Case Study of Accounting Profession in Hong Kong專業服務的可持續發展與社會流動力:以香港會計專業為研究個案 [Project reference number: 2014.A1.020.15B]. Public Policy Research Funding Scheme. Date of Submission: 2 November 2016

港生不如外地生?’ (Are local students not as competitive as non-local students?), ‘再思香港產業優勢’系列(七) Second Thoughts on HK’s Growth Sectors Series No. 7,《灼見名家》(Master-insight), 10 December 2016.

‘會計系學生對前景的評估’ (Evaluation of accounting students on prospect of accounting profession), ‘再思香港產業優勢’系列(六) Second Thoughts on HK’s Growth Sectors Series No. 6,《灼見名家》(Master-insight), 28 October 2016.

‘香港會計業的可持續發展研究成果發佈暨業界交流會觀點綜述’ (Industry Sharing Forum cum Research Findings on sustainable development of accounting profession in Hong Kong), ‘再思香港產業優勢’系列(五) Second Thoughts on HK’s Growth Sectors No. 5,《灼見名家》(Master-insight), 25 October 2016.

‘「一帶一路」是出路嗎?’ (Is the Belt-Road Initiative offering an opportunity to meet the challenges?), ‘再思香港產業優勢’系列(四) Second Thoughts on HK’s Growth Sectors No. 4,《灼見名家》(Master-insight), 14 June 2016

‘世代鴻溝是否不可跨越?’ (Are the inter-generational gaps beyond transcendence?), ‘再思香港產業優勢’系列(三) Second Thoughts on HK’s Growth Sectors Series No. 3,《灼見名家》(Master-insight), 31 May 2016

‘會計業內的多元視角看發展瓶頸和出路’ (Sector Bottlenecks and the Way Forward; stakeholders perspecrtures), ‘再思香港產業優勢’系列(二) Second Thoughts on HK’s Growth Sectors Series No.2,《灼見名家》(Master-insight), 18 May 2016

‘香港會計業持續發展與社會流動’ (Sustainability and Social Mobility of Hong Kong Accounting Profession), ‘再思香港產業優勢’系列(一) (Second Thoughts on HK’s Growth Sectors Series No. 1 ,《灼見名家》(Master-insight), 11 May 2016

會計師與一帶一路 意見調查報告, June 2018

Enhancing the competitiveness and sustainbility of social enterprises in Hong Kong: A three-dimensional analysis