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Professor CHAN, Hon S
陳漢宣
BSocSc MPhil CUHK, MA PhD Syracuse
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Professor Hon Chan has worked with the City University since 1989 and was Head of the Department of Public and Social Administration from 2005 to 2011. He has served as a member of a number of key committees and boards at the departmental, faculty and university levels. Professor Chan, who received a MA and PhD at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University, specializes in public policy and administration. His major teaching and research interests cover public sector personnel management, performance measurement, civil service reforms, comparative institutional and policy capacity studies and environmental policies. From 2008 to 2012, he has published fifteen articles in SSCI-listed journals, most of which are top ranked in the fields of public administration and area studies. He is a member of the editorial boards of more than ten journals including American Review of Public Administration, Australian Journal of Public Administration, Chinese Public Administration Review, International Journal of Public Administration and Public Performance and Management Review, etc. He has received grants from the Research Grant Council and CityU (HK), and the National Science Foundation of the Executive Yuan (Taiwan). He has worked on several international collaboration projects with Yale and Columbia University (United States) and the Ministry of Environmental Protection (PRC).
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Office: AC1-B7511
Phone: +852 3442 8924
Fax: +852 3442 0413
Email: sahschan@cityu.edu.hk
Web: CV/Personal Website
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Hon S. Chan & Jie Gao, forthcoming, “Can the same key open different locks? Administrative values underlying performance measurement in China”, Public Administration.

Hon S. Chan & Jie Gao, 2012, “Death versus GDP! Decoding the fatality indicators on work safety regulation in Post-Deng China”, The China Quarterly, Vol. 210, pp.355-377.

Hon S. Chan & Jun Ma, 2011, “How are they paid? A study of civil service pay in China”, International Review of Administrative Sciences, Vol. 77, pp. 294-321.

Hon S. Chan, 2010, “Envisioning public administration in the field of public administration in the year 2020” Public Administration Review, Vol. 70, pp 302-303.

Hon S. Chan & David H. Rosenbloom, 2010, “Four challenges to accountability in contemporary public administration: Lessons from the United States and China”, Administration & Society, Vol. 42, Supplement 1, pp. 11S-33S.

Hon S. Chan & David H. Rosenbloom, 2009, “Public enterprise reforms in the United States and the People’s Republic of China: A drift towards constitutionalization and departmentalization of enterprise management”, Public Administration Review, Vol. 69, Supplement 1, pp. S38-S45.

Hon S. Chan, 2009, “Politics over markets: Integrating state-owned enterprises into Chinese socialist market”, Public Administration & Development, Vol. 29, Number 1, pp. 43-54.

Hon S. Chan & Jie Gao, 2009, “Putting the cart before the horse: Accountability or performance?”, Australian Journal of Public Administration, Vol. 68, pp. S51-S61.

Hon S. Chan & Edward Suizhou Li, 2007, “Civil Service Law in the PRC: A return to cadre personnel management”, Public Administration Review, Vol. 67, No 3, pp. 383-398.

Hon S. Chan, 2004, “Continuity and change in cadre personnel management in China: From the 1990 to the 1998 Nomenklatura system”, The China Quarterly, Vol. 179, pp. 703-734.