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Wong Siu-lun 教授(香港大学アジア研究センター長)特別講演

‘The Source of Dynamism of Chinese Family Enterprises in Hong Kong’


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Professor Wong Siu-lun obtained his Bachelor of Social Sciences degree at The University of Hong Kong in 1971, his M. Phil. Degree at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and his B.Litt. and D.Phil. degrees at the University of Oxford. His academic career began with teaching in the Department of Sociology at The University of Hong Kong where he was later appointed Professor and Head of Department. In 1985 he went to Harvard University as a Visiting Scholar of the Harvard-Yenching Institute for a year. From 1987 to 1989 he served as the founding Director of the Social Sciences Research Centre of The University of Hong Kong. He was appointed Director of the Centre of Asian Studies in 1996, and served as Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University from 1998 to 2000.
His research interests include the study of entrepreneurship, business networks, migration, social indicators, and the development of sociology in China. He is the author of Sociology and Socialism in Contemporary China (1979), and Emigrant Entrepreneurs: Shanghai Industrialists in Hong Kong (1988). He is also the co-editor of Hong Kong's Transition: A Decade after the Deal (1995), and Hong Kong in the Asia-Pacific Region: Rising to the New Challenges (1997).
Currently, he is the Convenor of the Support Group on Population Policy, Council for Sustainable Development and the Vice-President of the Asian Studies Association of Hong Kong. He was the President of Hong Kong Sociological Association from 2004-2006. He was the Chairman of the Citizens Advisory Committee on Community Relations, Independent Commission Against Corruption [ICAC] from 1998-99. He was awarded the Silver Bauhinia Star by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government in 2007 for his contributions to community service.

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掲載期間:20090218 - 20090312
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