Contact
General enquiry number :
(852) 3442 8929

Fax number :
(852) 3442 0413

Email address :
pol@cityu.edu.hk

Political Analysis Lab (PAL)

Opening hours: 9:30 - 17:30, Mon-Fri
Address: Room Y7542, 7/F, Yeung Kin Man Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon
Reservation: 3442-8933 / 3442-4328

Mission

The Political Analysis Lab (PAL) supports research, education and knowledge transfer on political issues. Its goal is to promote political science research in Hong Kong and to enhance the quality of political analysis of global political phenomena. PAL is a research hub for faculty and students to engage in scholarly activities utilizing a variety of research methods and tools. PAL is also a learning centre to facilitate academic discourse and knowledge dissemination through public seminars, academic conferences, and methods training.

Activities
• applied research projects
• expert analysis of local and international politics
• academic seminars/conferences
• methodological training workshops
• faculty-student collaborative research
• individual consultation

Contact us
Office Tel: 3442-8933 / 3442-4328
Email: sacssalab@cityu.edu.hk

Core members:

Director: Prof. GONG Ting

Associate Director: Dr. CHENG Edmund Wai

Members:
Prof. CHAN Hon S
Dr. CHEUNG Arthur Kam-chuen
Dr. Cheung Chor-yung
Dr. LAM Jermain Tak-man
Prof. LI Linda Che-lan
Dr. TAYLOR Bill
Prof. YEP Ray Kin-man

International board members/advisors
Coming soon

Senior research associate
Yang Litianqing

Postgraduate members
Wang Daan
Tu Wenyan
Liu Yongshen

Projects
Research grants/projects of core members

Upcoming Events
Coming soon

Past Events
Introducing Selected Lab Software Packages (Nvivo, Wise-News, Grammarly, and Edrawmax) (Jan 2020) by CSSA Lab
An Application of Q Methodology in Integrity Research by Prof. Chilik Yu
Introducing Lab Software (April 2018) by CSSA Lab
Exploring the political trust of Hong Kong government (March 2018) by Mr. Wang Jianjie
Current Directions and Issues in U.S. Public Administration by Prof. David H. Rosenbloom
Quantitative Techniques in Data Collection and Analysis: the case of corruption studies by Dr. Li Hui

Doctoral Work-in-progress Workshops
Coming soon

Available Software Packages
• For quantitative analysis: Python, SPSS, AMOS, and R
• For qualitative analysis: Ucinet, and Nvivo
• For others: EdrawMax, Grammarly, Turnitin and Vosviewer

Survey Results
Coming soon

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