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The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) is a research intensive Department that prides itself on policy driven research focused on Asia. The Department’s faculty are engaged in research addressing education policy and the provision of educational services, health policy and social services, urban and housing policy, ageing and social policy, as well as regulation, energy sector, governance, and broader research issues focused on the political economy of Asian development and foreign and international policy in Asia.

The Department’s faculty is widely published in distinguished international journals and with leading publishing houses.

The Department holds regular research seminars as well as hosting a variety of research seminars provided by local and international visiting scholars.

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He, J., Li, Z., and Huang, G.
Social policy and reforms in China. In N. Ellison and T. Haux eds. Handbook on society and Social Policy.
Jarvis, J. and He, J.
Policy entrepreneurship and policy change: who, why, how?
Mintrom, M., Maurya, D., and He, J.
Policy entrepreneurship in Asia: the emerging research agenda.
Vu, M.K., Hartley, Kris, ad Kankanhalli, A. (2020)
Predictors of Cloud Computing Adoption: A Cross-Country Study
Hartley, Kris, van Saten, R., and Jirchherr, J.
Policy Options for Transitioning Towards a Circular Economy: Expectation from the European Union
Kartley, Kris
Fortress infrastructure and the future of urban policy: a playful prediction
Hartley, K., Kuecker, G., Waschak, M., Woo., J.J., & Phua, C. (eds.).
Governing cities: Asia's urban transformation
Hartley K.
The Politics and Policies of Regional Water Management in Southern China
Li, Q., & He, J.
Popular support for the social security system in urban China: evidence from a cross-sectional survey in a Chinese city
Zhu, A. Y. F., Chan, A. L. S.,& Chou, K. L
Creative social media use and political participation in young people: The moderation and mediation role of online political expression
Woo, C.K., J. Zarnikau, C.H. Tsai and S. Zhu
Cost-effectiveness of a modest expansion of renewable capacity in Texas. The Electricity Journal, 33, Article 106696.
Zarnikau, J., S. Zhu, C.K. Woo and C.H. Tsai
Texas’s operating reserve demand curve’s generation investment incentive. (Forthcoming)
He, A.J.W., & Ma, L
Corporate policy entrepreneurship and cross‐boundary strategies: How a private corporation champions mobile healthcare payment innovation in China?
He, J. and Ma, J.
Corporate policy entrepreneurship and cross-boundary strategies: How a private corporation champions mobile healthcare payment innovation in China?
Lee, S.Y., & Chou, K.L.
Assessing the relative contribution of social exclusion, income-poverty, and financial strain on depressive symptoms among older people in Hong Kong