Position

Assistant Professor

Contact

E-mail: chtang@hksyu.edu
Office: RHB 421
Telephone number: 2804 8522

Academic and Professional Qualifications

  • PhD, Economics and Finance, City University of Hong Kong, 2013
  • MPhil, Economics and Finance, City University of Hong Kong, 2008
  • BBA, Finance, City University of Hong Kong, 2006

Research Interests

  • Real Estate Economics and Finance
  • Asia Pacific Economies
  • Asset Pricing

Research Grants

  • PI: "Discovering the Financial and Economic Meanings Behind Housing Block Trades", Faculty Development Scheme 2018/19, University Grants Committee, Amount: HK$493,450.
  • Co-I: "Recent Developments in Theoretical and Applied Econometrics Analysis", Inter-institutional Development Scheme 2018/19, University Grants Committee, Amount: HK$423,300.
 

Research Awards

  • 2nd Best Paper Award at Global Chinese Real Estate Congress (2017)
  • 3rd Best Paper Award at Global Chinese Real Estate Congress (2009)

Courses Taught

  • Economic Forecasting
  • Economic Modeling
  • Economics and Sports
  • Financial Data Analysis
  • Financial Risk Analysis and Management
  • International Finance
  • Introduction to Economics
  • Mathematical Economics
  • Seminar on Global Financial Environment
  • Wealth Management and Planning

Publications

  • Tang, Edward C. H., forthcoming. "Speculate a Lot", Pacific Economic Review.
  • Leung, Charles K.Y., Ng, Joe C. Y. and Tang, Edward C. H., 2020. "Why is the Hong Kong Housing Market Unaffordable? Some Stylized Facts and Estimations", Quarterly Bulletin, Central Bank of the Republic of China (Taiwan), 42(1), 5-58.
  • Leung, Charles K.Y., Ng, Joe C. Y. and Tang, Edward C. H., 2020. "What Do We Know About Housing Supply? The Case of Hong Kong", Economic and Political Studies, 8(1), 6-20.
  • Tang, Edward C. H. Tang, 2019. "Global Warming, Climate Change and World Environmental Degradation", in Contemporary Issues in International Political Economy, published by Palgrave.
  • Poon, C. C. and Tang, Edward C. H., 2019. "Special Issue on Family and Consumer Economics in Asia: An Introduction and Editorial Overview", Singapore Economic Review, 64(1), 1-4.
  • Li, Rita Y. M., Tang, Edward C. H. and Leung, T. H., 2019. “Democracy and Economic Growth”, International Journal of Data Analysis Techniques and Strategies, 11(1), 58-80.
  • Yu, Tony F. L., Yuen, Thomas W. K. and Tang, Edward C. H., 2019. “Sustainable Development and Green Education in Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong”, International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, 10(1), 69-90.
  • Tang, Edward C. H., 2017. “Real Estate Cycles and Housing Policies in Hong Kong”, in Business Cycles: External / Internal Causes, Economic Implications and Consumer Misconceptions, published by Nova Science Publishers.
  • Leung, Charles K. Y. and Tang, Edward C. H., 2015. “Affordability, Affordability and Volatility: The Case of Hong Kong Housing Market”, International Real Estate Review, 18(3), 383-428.
  • Leung, Charles K. Y. and Tang, Edward C. H., 2015. “Speculating Economic Growth through Hong Kong? Evidence from Stock Market IPOs and Real Estate Markets”, International Real Estate Review, 18(1), 45-87.
  • Leung, Charles K. Y., Shi, S., and Tang, Edward C. H., 2013. “Commodity House Prices”, Regional Science and Urban Economics, 43(6), 875-887.
  • Leung, Charles K. Y., Cheung, Patrick W. Y. and Tang, Edward C. H., 2013. “Financial Crisis and the Co-movements of Housing Sub-markets: Do Relationships Change After a Crisis?”, International Real Estate Review, 16(1), 68-118.
  • Chu, Angus C., Leung, Charles K. Y. and Tang, Edward C. H., 2012. “Intellectual Property Rights, Technical Progress and the Volatility of Economic Growth”, Journal of Macroeconomics, 34(3), 749-756.
  • Leung, Charles K. Y., and Tang, Edward C. H., 2011. “Is Hong Kong Housing Un-affordable?”, in Hong Kong Economic Journal Monthly. (written in Chinese)
  • Leung, Charles K. Y., and Tang, Edward C. H., 2011. “Comparing Two Financial Crises: The Case of Hong Kong Housing Markets”, in Global Housing Markets: Crises, Policies and Institutions, published by John Wiley & Sons.