陳顯揚博士 CHAN Hin Yeung, Rami
Dr CHAN Hin Yeung, Rami (陳顯揚博士)
BSocSc (CityU)
MA (HKUST)
PhD (Lingnan)

Senior Lecturer
Department of Social Science
Director of the Centre for Asian Languages and Cultures

Tel : (852) 3963 5251


Dr Rami Chan is a Lecturer in the Department of Social Science at Hang Seng Management College. ?Prior to joining HSMC in August 2013, Rami had taught politics and public policy courses at Lingnan University. ?He received a BSSc in Administration and Public Management (First Class Honours) from the City University of Hong Kong, and an MA in Social Science from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology before he completed his PhD in the Department of Political Science at Lingnan University.
Among his areas of interest in crisis management, politics and public administration, he specialises in crisis-provoking politics of Post-1997 Hong Kong which is also the main theme of his PhD thesis. ?His research examines how state and non-state actors interact during crises, as well as their crisis communication strategies, with particular focus in the discussion on crisis management theories and frameworks from a comparative approach.

Major DisciplinesResearch InterestsPublicationsSelected Conference Presentations
TopMajor Disciplines
  • Politics and Public Administration


TopResearch Interests
  • The Politics of Crisis Management; Crisis Communication; Government and Public Administration in Hong Kong


TopPublications
..........Journal Articles..........
  • Forthcoming, ‘Why Crises Matter: Crisis-Provoking Politics and State-Society Interactions in Post-1997 Hong Kong.’ China: An International Journal
  • 2013, ‘Crisis Politics in Authoritarian Regimes: How Crises Catalyse Changes under the State-society Interactive Framework.’ Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 21(4): 200-210


TopSelected Conference Presentations
  • ‘Crisis Politics of the SARS Epidemic: A Comparative Study of Mainland China, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan,’ presented at New Zealand Political Studies Association Conference, held at Auckland, New Zealand, 1-3 December 2014.
  • ‘The Three-Tier Regulation on Private High Education Sector: Experiences in Hong Kong,’ presented at International Research Society for Public Management Conference, held at Ottawa, Canada, 9-11 April 2014.
  • 'The Relationship between Governance Crisis and Public Policy: Beyond the Policy Window,’ refereed proceeding of Australian Political Studies Association Conference, held at Hobart, Australia, 24-26 September 2012.