Assistant Professor


E-mail: cktsang@hksyu.edu
Office: RHB 437
Telephone number: 2804 8529

Office Hour

Academic and Professional Qualifications

  • PhD, Economics, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong.
  • MSc, Applied Economics, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong.
  • BA (Hons), Economics and Finance, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Hong Kong.

Research Interests

  • Productivity and Efficiency Analysis
  • National Competitiveness
  • China Economy
  • Financial Economics

Courses Taught

  • Economics and Sports
  • Introduction to Economics
  • Introduction to Financial Derivatives


  • Li, S.K., Tsang, C.K., Lee, S.K., 2020, Sustainable Development of the China Tourism Sector: Implications from Technical and Scale Efficiency Measurements, The Chinese Economy, DOI: 10.1080/10971475.2020.1857060
  • Tsang, C.K., Li, S.K., 2020, Allocation of Resources within Subgroups of an Industry: A Case Study in the Chinese Industrial Sector, Journal of Productivity Analysis, 53, 125-139.
  • Li, S.K., Tsang, C.K., 2020, The Impacts of Biased Resource Allocation on the Effectiveness of Official Development Assistance, Singapore Economic Review, 65(1), 239-256.
  • Chui, W.Y., Lee, S.K., Mok, Y.L., Tsang, C.K., 2018, The Diagnostic Criteria of Gambling Disorder of DSM-5 in Chinese Culture: By Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) and Item Response Theory (IRT). In: Leung MT., Tan LM. (eds) Applied Psychology Readings. Springer, Singapore.
  • 李崇高,曾俊基。〈中国省域竞争力和经济增长的因果关系〉,《经营管理者》2017年25期。
  • Chui, W.Y., Lee, S.K., Tsang, C.K., 2016, Father Involvement in Hong Kong: By Multitrait-Multimethod Model and Item Response Theory (IRT), Personality and Individual Differences, 98, 333-344.
  • Tsang, C.K., Wong, W.K., Horowitz, I., 2016, Arbitrage Opportunities, Efficiency, and the Role of Risk Preferences in the Hong Kong Property Market, Studies in Economics and Finance 33, 735-754.
  • Li, H., Qiao, Z., Tsang, C.K., Wong, W.K., 2014, Preferences of Risk Averters and Risk Seekers on Stock, Housing and Money Market in Hong Kong, International Journal of Finance 26, 111-142.