POSITION

Department Head
Professor

CONTACT

E-mail: flyu@hksyu.edu
Office: RHB 432
Telephone number: 2804 8525

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • Doctor of Philosophy Degree, University of New South Wales; Major: Economics and Management
  • Master of Philosophy Degree (by research), University of Hong Kong; Major: Economics
  • Master of Science Degree (by coursework), Iowa State University (USA); Major: Economics
  • Bachelor of Arts Degree, Union University (USA); Major: Economics; Business Administration
  • Certificate of Education (Postgraduate), Hong Kong Polytechnic University

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Entrepreneurship; small and medium sized enterprises
  • East Asian business systems
  • Governmental economics
  • Austrian economics

COURSES TAUGHT

  • ECON 303 History of Economic Thought
  • ECON 333 Asia-Pacific Economies
  • ECON 343 Economics of Industrial Organization
  • ECON 344 Public Finance
  • ECON 345 Economics of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • ECON 346 Issues in Development Economics
  • ECON 434 International Investment & Transnational Corporations
  • ECON 446 Honours Project
  • ECON 450 Economics and Ethics

PUBLICATIONS

Books

  • Chinese Entrepreneurship: An Austrian Economics Perspective, London: Routledge, 2015 (with Diana S. Kwan)
  • Handbook on East Asian Entrepreneurship, London: Routledge, 2015 (co-edited with H.D. Yan).
  • International Economic Development: Leading Issues and Challenges, 2014, London: Routledge (co-edited with W.K. Yuen and Diana S. Kwan), 2014.
  • Entrepreneurship and Taiwan’s Economic Dynamics, Heidelberg, Germany: Springer, 2012.
  • The Making of Taiwan’s Economic Miracle: Successful Entrepreneurship in Theories and Practices, New Delhi: Serial Publications, 2012 (co-edited with Simon Chen and Antonio Yan).
  • Austrian School of Economics and its Applications, Hong Kong: Ovis Press, 2012 (co-edited with S.K. Lee and W.K. Yuen; text in Chinese)
  • Economy and Society in Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong: Studies in Entrepreneurship, Finance and Institutions, Hong Kong: Ovis Press, 2012 (co-edited with W.K. Yuen & S.K. Lee).
  • New Perspectives on Economic Development: A Human Agency Approach, Wageningen: The Netherlands, Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2011.
  • Taiwan’s Economic Transformation in Evolutionary Perspective: Entrepreneurship, Innovation Systems and Government, New York: Nova Science, 2007.
  • Studies in Entrepreneurship, Business and Government in Hong Kong: The Economic Development of a Small Open Economy, Wales, UK: Edwin Mellen Press, 2006.
  • Firms, Strategies and Economic Change: Explorations in Austrian Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2005.
  • East Asian Business Systems in Evolutionary Perspective: Entrepreneurship and Coordination, New York: Nova Science, 2003.
  • Alternative Theories of the Firm, 3 volumes, co-edited with Richard N. Langlois & Paul L. Robertson, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics Series), 2002.
  • Firms, Governments and Economic Change: An Entrepreneurial Perspective, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2001.
  • Entrepreneurship and Economic Development in Hong Kong, London: Routledge, (Routledge Advances in Asia-Pacific Business Series), 1997.
  • A Treatise on Hong Kong’s Urban Problems, Commercial Press (HK), 1987 (with S.M. Li; text in Chinese)
  • Microeconomics, Hong Kong: Goodman Publisher, 1988 (with K.Y. Cheung & H.K. Leung).
  • Problems and Applications in Macroeconomics, Hong Kong: Goodman Publisher, 1987 (with K.Y. Cheung & H.K. Leung).
  • Problems and Applications in Microeconomics, Hong Kong: Goodman Publisher, 1985 (with K.Y. Cheung & H.K. Leung).
  • Macroeconomics, Hong Kong: Goodman Publisher, 1985 (with H.K. Leung & W.M. Wu).
  • Modern Economics, Hong Kong: Goodman Publisher, 1984 (with K.Y. Cheung, H.K. Leung & W.M. Wu).
  • New Economics Workbook, Hong Kong: Oikon Publisher, 1982 (with H. Hu & S. Cheng).

Articles (in English)

  • “Outcomes-Based Education: A Subjectivist Contribution”, forthcoming in International Journal of Educational Reform.
  • “Strategic Entrepreneurship in Taiwan’s Food and Catering Industries: The Case of 85oC Cafe Shop”, Global Business Review, 2015, volume 16 (5/October), pp.891-902 (with Ming-Wen Hu)
  • “Methodological Subjectivism and Interpretive Approach in Political Economy”, International Journal of Pluralism and Economic Education, 2015, volume 6(1), pp.51-67.
  • “African Entrepreneurs and International Coordination in Petty Businesses: The Case of Low-End Mobile Phones Sourcing in Hong Kong”, Journal of African Business, 2015, volume 16 (1-2), pp.66-83 (with Diana S. Kwan)
  • “A Subjectivist Approach to Advertising: The Case of Vitasoy in Hong Kong”, Asia-Pacific Journal of Management Research and Innovation, 2015, 11(2/June), pp.153-160. (with Diana S. Kwan).
  • “Co-Evolution of Culture and Technology: The Business Success of Lee Kum Kee”, Global Business Review 2015, volume 16 (1/February), pp.182-195 (with Diana S. Kwan).
  • “China’s Economic Change in Entrepreneurial Perspective: Mao Zedong (Transformative Entrepreneurship) versus Deng Xiaoping (Adaptive Entrepreneurship)”, International Journal of China Studies, Volume 5(3/Dec.), 2014, pp.599-625.
  • “An Austrian School Explanation of the Global Financial Crisis”, in Jason C. Hsu edited, Business Cycles in Economics: Types, Challenges and Impacts on Monetary Policies, New York: Nova Science publisher, 2014, pp.117-130, chapter 7.
  • “Entrepreneurial Leadership, Capital Structure and Capabilities Development of the Firm: The Case of the Haier Group”, International Journal of Economics and Business Research, Volume 7(2), Special Issue on “Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets: Firm Formation, Firm Growth, and Firm Transformation”, 2014, pp.241-255.
  • “Family Business Succession in Hong Kong: The Case of Yung Kee”. Frontiers in Business Research in China, 2013, Volume 7(3), pp.433-460 (with Diana S. Kwan)
  • “Social Construction of National Reality: Tibet and Taiwan”. Journal of Chinese Political Science, 2013, Volume 18(3), pp. 259-279 (With Diana S. Kwan)
  • “The Sinking of the Unsinkable Titanic: Mental Inertia and Coordination Failures”, Human Systems Management, 2012, Volume 31(3-4):177-186.
  • “Two Perspectives of Time in Economics: The Orthodox Neoclassical School (Newtonian) versus the Austrian School (Bergsonian)”, International Journal of Pluralism and Economic Education, 2012, Volume 3(1), pp.91-103.
  • “Right Time, Right Place and Right People’ and Chinese Entrepreneurship: A Case Study of Taiwan’s Din Tai Fung Dumpling House”, Frontiers in Business Research in China 2012, Volume 6(1), March, pp.96-119 (with Pinky Tse Wan Ping).
  • “Turning Trash Papers into Gold: Entrepreneurship and International Coordination of China’s Paper Queen, Zhang Yin”. Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship, 2012, Volume 4(1), pp.88-96.
  • “Entrepreneurial Alertness and Spontaneous Learning in the Market Process: The Case of Mama Moon in China”. Journal of Women’s Entrepreneurship and Education, 2011, No.3-4, pp. 29-44.
  • “Novelty and Intersubjective Communication: From Denial to Acceptance of Vincent van Gogh’s Painting”, Asian Journal of Technology Innovation, volume 19(2), December 2011, pp.219-232.
  • “Entrepreneurship as a Global Coordinator: The Li & Fung Group”, Journal for Global Business Advancement, Special Issue on Global Business Advancement and Competitive Advantage, vol.4(4): 387-400, 2011 (with S. Kwan).
  • “One-Globe Approach to the Taiwan Strait Conflict”, International Journal of Development and Conflict, volume 1(2):165-180, August 2011 (with Dian Kwan).
  • “The Architects of Two Asian Economic Miracles: Li Kuo-Ting of Taiwan and John Cowperthwaite of Hong Kong”, Journal of Asian Public Policy, October 2011, vol. 4(2):131-148.
  • “A New Look at the Austrian School of Economics: Review and Prospects”, International Journal of Pluralism and Economic Education, vol. 2(2) June, 2011, pp.145-161 (with Gary Shiu).
  • “Innovation in Artworks and its Reception: A Phenomenological Approach”, International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, Vol. 7(2), 2010, pp.145-160.
  • “Transaction Costs and Subjectivism”, in Peter G. Klein and Michael E. Sykuta, eds., The Elgar Companion to Transaction Cost Economics, Aldershott, UK: Edward Elgar, 2010, chapter 26, pp.273-280.
  • “A Human Agency Approach to Economics of International Trade”, International Journal of Pluralism and Economic Education, vol.1(1/2), October 2009, pp.22-36.
  • “Towards a Structural Model of a Small Family Business in Taiwan”, Journal of Small Businesses and Entrepreneurship, vol.22(4), 2009, pp.413-428.
  • “Taiwan’s Entrepreneurs and International Coordination: Evolution of Global Production Network in Electronics and IT Industries”, Global Economic Review, Vol.38(1), March 2009, pp.49-62,
  • “A Dynamic Model of the Entrepreneurial Process: A Human Agency Perspective”, International Journal of Innovation and Learning, Vol. 6(3), 2009, pp.285–305.
  • “Uncertainty, Human Agency and e-Government”, Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, Vol.2(4), 2008, pp.283 – 296
  • “Novelty and Its Acceptance: An Intersubjective View”, International Journal of Arts and Technology, vol.1(1), 2008, pp.119-130.
  • “Uncertainty, Learning and Error Elimination: Taiwanese Entrepreneurs in Mainland China”, Journal of Asia-Pacific Business, vol.9(3), September 2008, pp.248-270.
  • “Social Construction of National Identity: Taiwanese Versus Chinese Consciousness” (with Diana S. Kwan), Social Identities, vol.14(1), January 2008, pp.33-52.
  • “China’s Economic Transformation in the Evolutionary Perspective: Uncertainty, Learning and Experimentation”, International Journal of Economic Policy in Emerging Economies, vol.1(1), 2007, pp.5-20.
  • “Entrepreneur’s Interpretation, Innovation and Coordination in Austrian Subjectivist Perspective”, Global Business and Economics Review, vol.9(2/3), 2007 (Special Issue on Applied Behavioural Economics), pp.255-270.
  • “The Architect of Taiwan’s Economic Miracle: Evolutionary Economics of Li Kuo-Ting”, Global Economic Review, vol.36(1), March 2007, pp.53-67.
  • “Adaptive Entrepreneurship and Taiwan’s Economic Dynamics”, Laissez-Faire, no. 24-25, March-September 2006, pp.57-74 (with Ho-Don Yan and Shan-Yu Chen).
  • “Taiwan’s Economic Development: The Role of Entrepreneurship and Its Incubating Factors”, Global Business and Economics Anthology, volume I, 2006, pp.525-534 (with Ho-Don Yan and Shan-Yu Chen).
  • An Evolutionary Perspective of Policy Change behind the Economic Success of Taiwan”, Journal of National Development Studies, volume 4(2), 2005, June, pp.40-70 (with Bao-Tsuen Jeng & Wen-Chuan Li).
  • “Technological Strategies and Trajectories of Hong Kong’s Manufacturing Firms”, International Journal of Technology Management, volume 29(1/2), 2005 (Special Issue on Competitive Strategies of Asian High-Tech Firms), pp.21-39.
  • “From a ‘Barren Rock’ to the Financial Hub of East Asia: Hong Kong’s Economic Transformation in the Coordinating Perspective”, Asia Pacific Business Review, volume 10(3-4), 2004 spring-summer (Special 10th Anniversary Issue), pp.360-381. Reprinted in Chris Rowley & Malcolm Warner edited, Globalization and Competitiveness: Big Business in Asia, 2005, London: Roultedge, pp. 126-147.
  • “Extraordinary versus Ordinary Discoveries: The Case of American and Chinese Entrepreneurship”, in John Butler (ed.), Opportunity Identification and Entrepreneurial Behaviour, Research in Entrepreneurship and Management Series, Volume 4, Greenwich: Information Age Publishing, 2004, pp.163–189.
  • “Frank H. Knight’s Thought Revisited: Subjectivism, Interpretation and Social Economics”, International Journal of Social Economics, 2004, volume 31(7), pp.655-666.
  • “Economic Development: From Human Agents to National Capabilities”, International Journal of Development Issues, 2004 June, volume 3(1), pp.71-92.
  • “Subjective Interpretation and Coordination in Two Austrian Perspectives: Schutz’s Phenomenology and Hayek’s Cognitive Psychology”, Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 2004, volume 15, pp.175-191.
  • “Towards a Cognitive Perspective of Transition”, Philippines Journal of Development, volume 30(2), 2003, pp.255-275.
  • “National Capabilities and Economic Development: A Subjectivist View”, Forum for Development Studies, December, 2003, no. 2, pp.247-267.
  • “Learning, Catching up and International Economic Order: Trilateral Relationship Between China, Britain and Hong Kong in the Entrepreneurial Perspective”, Asian Profile: An International Journal, volume31(6), December 2003, pp.453-468. (with D. Kwan)
  • “Innovation and Coordination: A Schutzian Perspective”, Economics of Innovation and New Technology, volume12(5), October 2003, pp.397-412.
  • “A Subjectivist Approach To Strategic Management”, Managerial and Decision Economics, volume24(40), June 2003, pp.335-345; reprinted in I. Nonaka edited Knowledge Management: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, London: Routledgefalmer, pp.298-314.
  • “The Knightian Firm: Uncertainty, Entrepreneurial Judgement and Coordination”, Le Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines (France), volume12(4), December 2002, pp.459-473.
  • “The Role of Government in Economic Development of the East Asian Learning Economies”, Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice, volume 20(1), 2002, pp.23-41.
  • “Economics of Frank H. Knight: An Austrian Interpretation”, The Forum for Social Economics, 2002, volume 31(2), Spring.
  • “A Pro-business Government and the Economic Development of Hong Kong”, Public Administration and Policy, volume 11(2), September 2002, pp.101-136.
  • “Learning Governments in Three Chinese Economies: An Evolutionary Perspective of Economic Management in Taiwan, Hong Kong and the Mainland”, Asian Profile: An International Journal, volume30(6), December 2002, pp.485-497.
  • “The Role of the Entrepreneur in the Economic Development of Hong Kong”, The Asia Pacific Journal of Economics and Business, December 2001, volume5(2), pp.24-43.
  • “Error and the Austrian Business Cycle”, Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 2001, volume12(4), pp.395-410.
  • “Toward a Theory of Entrepreneurial State”, International Journal of Social Economics, volume28(9), September 2001, pp.752-766.
  • “Firm Strategy, Innovation and Consumer Demand: A Market Process Approach”, Managerial and Decision Economics, volume 22(4-5), 2001, pp.183-199 (with Paul L. Robertson).
  • “An Entrepreneurial Perspective of Institutional Change”, Constitutional Political Economy, 2001, volume 12(3), pp.217-236. Reprinted in Magnus Henrekson and Robin Douhan edited The Political Economy of Entrepreneurship, Edward Elgar (The International Library of Entrepreneurship Series).
  • “Toward a Capabilities Perspective of the Small Firm”, International Journal of Management Reviews, 2001, volume 3(3), pp.185-197.
  • “The Chinese Family Business as a Strategic System: An Evolutionary Perspective”, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 2001, volume 7(1), pp.22-40.
  • “Coordination and Industrial Organization: South Korea’s Chaebols versus Taiwan’s Small Enterprises”, The Journal of Korean Economy, volume1(2) fall, 2000, pp.367-392.
  • “Entrepreneurial Alertness and Discovery”, Review of Austrian Economics, 2001, volume 14(1), pp.47-63.
  • “A New Perspective on the Role of the Government in Economic Development: Coordination under Uncertainty”, International Journal of Social Economics, 2000, Volume 27(7-10), pp.994-1013.
  • “Hong Kong’s Entrepreneurship: Behaviours and Determinants”, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, volume 12(3), July 2000, pp.179-194.
  • “Technological Capabilities and the Strategies of Small Manufacturing Firms: The Case of Hong Kong”, in Nicolai J. Foss and Paul L. Robertson (eds), Resource, Strategy and Technology, London: Routledge, 2000, pp.227-51 (with Paul L. Robertson).
  • “Bringing Entrepreneurship Back In: Explaining the Industrial Dynamics of Hong Kong with Special Reference to the Textile and Garment Industry”, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, volume 5(5), 1999, pp.235-250.
  • “Austrian and Evolutionary Perspectives on Consumer Demand and Firm Strategy”, in Sheila C. Dow and Peter E. Earl (eds.) Economic Organisation and Economic Knowledge: Essays in Honour of Brian Loasby, Volume I, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1999, pp.76-97 (with Paul L. Robertson).
  • “Towards a Praxeological Theory of the Firm”, Review of Austrian Economics, Volume12(1), March/April, 1999, pp.25-41, reprinted in Richard N. Langlois et al (eds) Alternative Theories of the Firm, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics Series), 2002.
  • “Economic Development in Latecomer Economies: An Entrepreneurial Perspective”, Development Policy Review, December 1998, volume 16(4), pp.353-372.
  • “Hong Kong’s Industrial success: An Entrepreneurial Perspective”, Asia Pacific Business Review, Summer 1998, Volume 4(4), pp.22-35.
  • “Adaptive Entrepreneurship and the Economic Development of Hong Kong”, World Development, May 1998, Volume 26(5), pp.897-911. Reprinted in Martin Carree and A. Roy Thurik (2006) edited, Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth (The International Library of Entrepreneurship Series), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
  • “Entrepreneurial State: The Role of Government in the Economic Development of the Asian Newly Industrialising Economies”, Development Policy Review, Volume 15(1), March 1997, pp.47-64.
  • “Adaptive Response: Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness in the Economic Development of Hong Kong”, Journal of Enterprising Culture, Volume 4(3), September 1996, pp.241-266. (with H.B. Cheah).
  • “The Redistributive Effects of Hong Kong’s Public Housing Programme 1976-1986”, Urban Studies, Volume27(1), February 1990, pp.105-118 (with S.M. Li).
  • “The Redistributive Effects of Hong Kong’s Public Housing Programme”, Hong Kong Baptist College Academic Journal, Volume8, 1986, pp.249-260 (with S.M. Li).
  • “The Welfare Cost of Hong Kong’s Public Housing Programme”, Urban Studies, Volume 22, April 1985, pp.133-140 (with S.M. Li).

Articles (in Chinese)

  • 「企業過程與企業家詮釋: 以人為主體的透視」; 自發秩序與理性; pp.211-229; 2007; 浙江大学出版社.
  •  企業家的動態學習過程:許文龍及其奇美集團的個案研究」; 亞太經濟管理評論; 卷12第1期 ; 2008.9; pp.49-76 (與陳善瑜)
  • 「企業家之主觀詮釋與市場協調理論」; 卷2 ,第3期; 2007.9; pp.1-19 (與陳善瑜)
  • 「企業家精神與台灣之經濟發展」; 卷2 ,第1期; 2007.3 ; pp.143-163 (與陳善瑜, 顏厚棟)
  • 「公司理論新天地 ─ 交易費用與機構能力」;信報財經月刊 ; 總233期;pp.53-58;1996.8.
  • 「企業家、經濟盟主與國際衝突 : 中、英、港三邊關係新透視」;信報財經月刊;總230期;pp.14-20;1996.5.
  • 「從信息費用及預期看《東方》與《蘋果》之爭」;信報財經月刊;總227期;pp.7-10; 1996.2.
  • 「新重商主義與東亞經濟奇蹟」;信報財經月刊;總223期;pp.27-32;1995.10.
  • 「商人治港與香港經濟奇蹟」;信報財經月刊;總220期;pp.67-71;1995.7.
  • 「從公選理論看香港政黨政治活動」;信報財經月刊;總210期;pp.10-13;1994.9.
  • 「官商勾結與經濟利弊─ 一個奧國公選學派的探討」;信報財經月刊;總209期;pp.12-15;1994.8.
  • 「從公選理論詮釋六君子事件始末」;信報財經月刊;總208期;pp.65-67;1994.7.
  • 「雙包案的經濟詮釋」;信報財經月刊;總207期;pp.64-67;1994.6.
  • 「港式企業家的本色」;信報財經月刊;總204期;pp.34-37;1994.3.
  • 「企業家與香港經濟奇蹟」;信報財經月刊;總197期;pp.37-40;1993.8.
  • 「試析《壹週刊》與《東周刊》之爭」: 一個企業家功能的看法;信報財經月刊;總191期;pp.55-57;1993.2.
  • 「港人為何談大核色變?─ 從經濟社會學分析風險的構成」;信報財經月刊;總189期;pp.95-96;1992.12
  • 「本港經濟進入週期性繁榮」;經濟一週;No.355;1988.6.27.
  • 「預算案顯露過渡期經濟政策」;信報財經新聞;1988.5.
  • 「香港新界土地政策的演變及期展望」;房地產導報;No.21;pp.7-9;1988.3.
  • 「盈餘穩健可取, 公共開支續增─ 88/89年度財政預算案評議」;經濟一週;No.339;pp.4-5;1988.3.7.
  • 「香港公屋發展與政府財政安排」;房地產導報;No.19;pp.7-8;1988.1.
  • 「從產權角度剖析大東與電話的市場壟斷和合併」;信報財經月刊;總129期;pp.72-74;1987.12.
  • 「評香港經濟瞬息變幻的一年」;經濟一週;No.330, 卷8(2);pp.28-29, 1987.12.28.
  • 「探索金融風暴的根源與停市原因─ 兼評港府救市行動」;經濟一週;No.322;pp.4-5;1987.11.2.
  • 「居屋及貸款計劃減輕政府財政壓力─「房委會」改組的如意算盤」;信報財經月刊;第十一卷, 第七期.總127期;pp.64-65;1987.10
  • 「財政司八七年中期經濟檢討報告」;經濟一週, 卷39 (317), pp.4-5;1987.9.28
  • 「公屋發展規模已過度膨脹」;信報財經月刊;第十一卷, 第四期.總124期;pp.57;1987.7
  • 「從經濟學角度看「廣檢報告書」的謬誤」;明報;1987.7.16. (與張鉅賢)
  • 「從經濟學角度剖析未來房屋策略」;研究及資料服務中心, 1987.6.
  • 「從過渡期經濟繁榮之道看就業率」;經濟一週;No.300;pp.30-32;1987.6.
  • 「從米業的銷售及管制看商標及廣告的經濟功能」;信報財經月刊;第十一卷 第二期.總122期;pp.86-96;1987.5. (與蘇錦浩)
  • 「評八七至八八年度財政預算案─ 保持優良傳統, 挑戰低稅制度」;經濟一週;第七卷 第九期 總287;pp.5;1987.3.2.
  • 「過渡期港府推行「私營化」政策的經濟分析」;信報財經月刊;總132期;pp.68-71;1987.3.
  • 「國泰/港龍之爭反映香港航空政策失當」;信報財經月刊;第十卷 第七期.總115期;pp.40-42;1986.10 (與張鉅賢)
  • 「論公屋富戶資助問題」;信報財經新聞;1986.10.19 (與張鉅賢)
  • 「香港的交通問題及交通政策」;經濟地理;第六卷, 第三期, pp.233-240; 1986.9 (與李思名).
  • 「從監管費用及商譽看問題公屋的禍根」;信報財經月刊;第十卷 第五期;pp.114-116;1986.8 (與張鉅賢)
  • 「問題公屋以外被忽視的重要問題─ 三十年香港公屋居住水平回顧」;經濟一週;No.239;pp.18-19;1986.3.17.
  • 「從經濟學角度反對政府加強管制香煙消費」;信報財經月刊;第九卷, 第十二期;pp.26-27, 1986.3.
  • 「上半年經濟平穩展望仍樂觀」;經濟一週;No.203;pp.6-8;1985.6.24.
  • 「由財政司聲明談到銷售稅的經濟分析」;經濟一週;No.176;pp.4-6;1984.12.3.
  • 「一九八四年香港經濟回顧」;經濟一週;No.179;pp.4-6;1984.12.31.
  • 「從財政學角度看港人治港的構想」;經濟導報;總1893期;pp.30;1984.10.29.
  • 「論香港公屋津貼的分配 ─ 兼評未來公屋編配政策」;經濟導報;總1879期;pp.8-11;1984.7.23.
  • 「大量生產發揮規模經濟功能 ─ 香港公屋建造效率遠勝私屋」;信報財經月刊;第八卷, 第三期, pp.48-49;1984.6.
  • 「香港公共房屋發展」;經濟人;第七期, 第八頁, 1979.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

  • “Family Business Succession in Hong Kong: The Case of Yung Kee” The Eighth Annual Conference of Asian Studies Association Hong Kong held at Institute of Education (Shatin, Hong Kong), March 8-9, 2013.(with Diana Kwan)
  • “Social Construction of National Reality: Tibet and Taiwan ”, The 6th Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA) Congress 2012: Policy and Politics in Changing Asia jointly organized by Institute of Education and City University held at City University of Hong Kong, 31 November – 1 December 2012 (With Diana S. Kwan)
  • “Entrepreneurship and Institutional Change in Real Estate Brokerage Market in Taiwan: The Case of Sinyi Real Estate”, The Seventh Annual Conference, Asian Studies Association Hong Kong held at Hong Kong Shue Yan University on 2-3 March 2012 (with Simon Chien Yuan Chen)
  • “Entrepreneurship as a Global Coordinator: the Li & Fung Group”, The Seventh Annual Conference, Asian Studies Association Hong Kong held at Hong Kong Shue Yan University on 2-3 March 2012 (with Diana Kwan)
  • “Entrepreneurial innovation, Transaction costs and Institutional evolution in Taiwan’s used-housing brokerage market”, The Asian Real Estate Society (AsRES) and American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association (AREUEA) Joint International Conference, July 11-14, 2011, Jeju Island, South Korea (with Simon Chien Yuan Chen)
  • “Strategic Entrepreneurship in Taiwan’s Food and Catering Industries: The case of Taiwan’s 85oC Cafe Shop”, The Sixth Annual Conference, Asian Studies Association Hong Kong held at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on 4-5 May 2011 (with Ming-Wen Hu)
  • “One Globe Approach to Taiwan Strait Conflict”, The Sixth Annual Conference, Asian Studies Association Hong Kong held at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on 4-5 May 2011 (with Diana Kwan)
  • “Social Construction of Taiwan’s National Reality”, International Conference on “Governance and Citizenship in Asia: Paradigms and Practices” organized by The Centre for Governance and Citizenship, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, 18-19 March 2011 (with Diana Kwan)
  • “’Right Time, Right Place and Right People’ and Chinese Entrepreneurship: A Case Study of Taiwan’s Din Tai Fung Dumpling House”, The 6th Annual Meeting of the Chinese Hayek Society, held at Hong Kong Shue Yan University, 6-7 August, 2010 (with Tse Wan Ping).
  • “Entrepreneurial Innovation, Dynamic Transaction Costs and Institutional Change: The Case of Taiwan’s Sinyi Real Estate Inc.” the 6th Annual Meeting of the Chinese Hayek Society held at Hong Kong Shue Yan University, 6-7 August, 2010 (with Simon Chien Yuan Chen).
  • “An entrepreneurial perspective of the three critical factors for business success: Right time, right place and right people”, seminar, Department of Economics, Feng Chia University (Taiwan), March 8, 2010.
  • “Uncertainty, Learning and Error Elimination: Taiwanese Entrepreneurs in Mainland China”, International Conference on Business and Information 2008, Seoul, South Korea, July 7-9, 2008, organised by International Business Academics Consortium and Academy of Taiwan Information Systems Research.
  • “Novelty and its Acceptance: An Intersubjective Perspective”, 2007 International Conference on ”Knowledge-Based Economy and Global Management” held on December 6-7, 2007. College of Management, Southern Taiwan University of Technology, Tainan, Taiwan; The 5th multi-disciplinary management conference on “Creativity and Enterprising” organized by Department of Business Administration, Tung Hai University (Taiwan), April 26, 2008; The Best conference paper award,
  • “A Dynamic Model of the Entrepreneurial Process: A Human Agency Perspective”, Seminar, Department of International Business, Asia University, April 18, 2007; International Conference on Business Management and Information Systems 2007, Shu-Te University, Taiwan, June 15, 2007; International Conference on Business and Information 2007, Tokyo, Japan, July 11-13, 2007, organised by International Business Academics Consortium and Academy of Taiwan Information Systems Research; The 3rd Chinese F.A. Hayek Society Annual Meeting, ZouPing, Shandong, China, July 20-21, 2007.
  • “Taiwan’s Economic Development: The Role of Entrepreneurship and Its Incubating Factors”, Business & Economics Society International Conference, Florence, Italy, 2006 July (with Ho-Don Yan and Shen-Yu Chen).
  • “The Architect of Taiwan’s Economic Miracle: Evolutionary Economics of Li Kuo-Ting”, Seminar, Department of International Business, Asia University (Taiwan), October 28, 2005; Seminar, Department of Economics, Feng Chia University(Taiwan), November, 3, 2006.
  • “Subjective Interpretation and Coordination in Two Austrian Perspectives: Schutz’s Phenomenology and Hayek’s Cognitive Psychology”, International Conference on Global Business Strategies, School of Management, Overseas Chinese Institute of Technology, Taichung, Taiwan, April 22, 2005; International conference on Cognitive Economics organized by the Central and East European Centre for Cognitive Science, New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria, August 5-8, 2005; and Inaugural Conference on F.A. Hayek organized by the Chinese F.A. Hayek Society, Beijing, China on August 26-27, 2005.
  • “Adaptive Entrepreneurship and Taiwan’s Economic Dynamics”, Symposium on “Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Development”, organized by Department of Economics, Feng Chia University, Taiwan, May 28, 2005; The 14th International conference on East Asia regions organized by Okinawa Economic Society, Okinawa, 8-9 December 2005; The 31st APEE Conference, April 2-4, 2006, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. (with Ho-Don Yan & Shan-Yu Chen)
  • “An Evolutionary Perspective of Policy Change behind the Economic Success of Taiwan”, Symposium on “Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Development”, organized by Department of Economics, Feng Chia University, Taiwan, May 28, 2005 (with Bao-Tsuen Jeng & Wen-Chuan Li)
  • “Competitive Advantages and Strategies for Small firms in Latecomer economies”, International Conference on “Global Business Strategies”, School of Management, Overseas Chinese Institute of Technology, Taichung, Taiwan, April 22, 2005.
  • “Extraordinary versus Ordinary Discoveries: The Case of American and Chinese Entrepreneurship”, the 29th international convention: “Institutions, Culture, and Ethics in a Market Economy” organized by the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) held in Nassau, The Bahamas, April 4-6, 2004; Seminar, Department of Economics, Feng Chia University, Taiwan, 11 October, 2004.
  • “National Capabilities and Economic Development: A Subjectivist View”, the conference, “Knowledge and Economic and Social Change: New Challenges to Innovation Studies”, April 7-9, 2003, organised by Advances in the Economic and Social Analysis of Technology and the Institute of Innovation Research held in Manchester School of Management Building, Oxford Road, Manchester, United Kingdom.
  • “Towards a Subjectivist Perspective of Transition”, the international conference, “Evolution of Institutions and the Knowledge Economy” held at Debrecen, Hungary (4-5th October, 2002); Seminar, Department of Economics, Tsing Hua University (Taiwan), March 29, 2005.
  • “The Chinese Family Business as a Strategic System: An Evolutionary Perspective”, the 2nd Asia Academy of Management Conference held in Singapore, 15-17 December 2000.
  • “Competitive Strategies and Technological Capabilities of Small Firms in Hong Kong”, paper presented at the Seoul National University/Organisation Science Conference on Asian Research in Organisation held at Seoul National University, South Korea, May 27-30, 1999.
  • “Modelling the Aluminum Market in the Framework of Error Correction”, Symposium on Economic Forecasting organised by The Economic Society of Australia held at the Regent Hotel (Sydney), 1 October 1998 (with Jammie H. Penm and Mark Brice).
  • “Economic Development in Latecomer Economies: An Entrepreneurial Perspective”, the International Conference on “Dynamics, Economic Growth, and International Trade III” organised jointly by Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica (Taipei) and Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School (Demark) held at Academic Sinica, Taipei, August 24-26, 1998.
  • “Technological Capabilities and the Strategies of Small Manufacturing Firms: The Case of Hong Kong”, the 43rd ICSB World Conference organized jointly by the Entrepreneurship Development Centre, Nanyang Technological University and the International Council of Small Business held at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 8-10 June 1998.
  • “A New Perspective on the Role of the Government in Economic Development: Coordination under Uncertainty”, the 1998 Annual Meeting of the European Public Choice Society to be held from 29 April-3 May 1998 at the School of Economics, Goteborg University, Sweden.
  • “Towards a Praxeological Theory of the Firm”, the 4th Austrian Scholars Conference to be held from April 3-4, 1998 at Auburn University, Alabama.
  • “Innovation Strategies and Firm Organisation: Trust, Capabilities and Small Business”, the International Australia-Singapore Forum held at the University of Western Sydney Macarthur, 10-12 December, 1997 (with Paul L. Robertson).
  • “Firm Strategy, Innovation, and Consumer Demand”, the Conference to Celebrate Professor Brian Loasby’s Work at Stirling University to be held from 26-28 August 1997 at Stirling University, Scotland (with Paul L. Robertson).
  • “Entrepreneurial State: The Role of the Government in the Economic Development of the Asian Newly Industrializing Economies”, the 25th Conference of Economists organized by the Economic Society of Australia held at the Australian National University on 22-26 September 1996.,
  • “Bringing Entrepreneurship Back In: An Analytical Framework for the Economic Development of the Asian Newly Industrializing Economies”, the 24th Conference of Economists organized by the Economic Society of Australia held at the University of Adelaide, South Australia, 24-27 September 1995.
  • “Bringing Entrepreneurship Back In: Explaining the Dynamics of the Asian Newly Industrializing Economies, with Special Reference to Hong Kong”, the 1995 Joint Residential Conference organized by the New Zealand Association of Economists and the Law and Economics Association of New Zealand held at Lincoln University, Canterbury, 28-30 August 1995.
  • “Electricity Supply in Victoria: a Property Rights Perspective”, the 1995 Joint Residential Conference organized by the New Zealand Association of Economists and the Law and Economics Association of New Zealand held at Lincoln University, Canterbury, 28-30 August 1995. (with Bill Batterbsy)
  • “Pricing in Public and Private Enterprise: Electric Utilities in Victoria”, the Industry Economics Conference 1995 organized by the Bureau of Industry Economics held at the University of Melbourne, 6-7 July 1995. (with Bill Battersby)
  • “Kirznerian Entrepreneurship and the Economic Development of Hong Kong: A Case Study of the Electronics Industry”, the international conference on “China’s Economy Towards 2000: Challenges and Opportunities for Australia” jointly organized by the School of Economics, La Trobe University and the Chinese Economic Studies Association (Australia) held at La Trobe University, February 14-15, 1995.
  • “Entrepreneurship and the Economic Development of Hong Kong: An Analytical Framework”, the international conference on “Chinese and East Asian Economies in the 1990s” organized by the Chinese Economic Association (Australia) held at The Australian National University, Canberra, November 30-December 1, 1993.
  • “Urbanization and Population Movement: The Pearl River Delta Area as a Case Study”, the Third Symposium on Guangdong-Hong Kong Relations Towards The 21st Century, jointly organized by Guangdong Provincial Academy of Social Science and Hong Kong Baptist University held at Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, March 24-26, 1988. (with S.M. Li)
  • “A Comparative Study of Housing Development Between Hong Kong and Guangzhou”, the Second Symposium on Guangdong-Hong Kong Relations Towards The 21st Century held at Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, March 29, 1985.(with S.M. Li)
  • “The Productive Efficiency of Hong Hong’s Public Housing Programme”, Seminar, the Economics Department Research Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University, 1979 May.