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Professor YIP, Ngai-ming
葉毅明
BSocSc HKU, PhD York, RSW, MHKIH, MCIH, RPHM
Professor
Yip Ngai-ming is the subject leader of urban studies in the department as well as member of the Chartered Institute of Housing, honorary fellow of Hong Kong Institute of Housing, registered social worker and registered professional housing manager. He is also serving as member of the commercial properties committee of the Hong Kong Housing Authority and chairman of the Chartered Institute of Housing Asian Pacific Branch in 2013 and 2014 and is now policy officer of the Branch. His current research work is focused on urban policy, housing policy and housing management. He has been editor of Housing Studies since 2015.

 
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Office: AC1-Y7536
Phone: +852 3442 9366
Fax: +852 3442 0413
Email: sayip@cityu.edu.hk
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"Dynamic Political Opportunities and Environmental Forces Linking up: A Case Study of Anti-PX Contention in Kunming", Journal of Contemporary China (2017), http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10670564.2017.1274818. with Sun, X.Y., Huang, R.G)

"Exploring segregation and mobilities: Application of an activity tracking app on mobile phone" (2016), Cities, 59:156-163.[doi:10.1016] .2016.02.003, with Forrest, R.; Xian, S.

"Is ‘gentrification’ an analytically useful concept for Vietnam? A case study of Hanoi", (2015) Urban Studies, 53(3):490-505, with Tran, H.A.

"Neighbourhood Governance in Urban China", 2014 (edition), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

"Young People and Housing: Transitions, Trajectories and Generational Fractures", 2012 (edition), London: Routledge (with Ray Forrest).

"The Reluctant Intervention: Understanding the Past, Present and Future of Hong Kong`s Public Rental Sector", (2014), Housing Studies, (with Ray Forrest).

Governmentality and the Politicization of Social Work in China, 2012, British Journal of Social Work, 42, p1039-1059 (with Leung, T.F.T, Wu, Y.; Huang, R.G.).

"Walled without gates: gated communities in shanghai, (2012), Urban Geography, 33 (2), pp221-236.

“Housing Markets and the Glable Financial Crisis”, 2011, (edition), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.(co-edited with Ray Forrest)

“Homeowners United – The Attempt to Create Lateral Networks of Homeowners’ Associations in Urban China”, 2011, Journal of Comtemporary China (Co-author: Yihong Jiang).