• 8 Castle Peak Road, Tuen Mun

    Hong Kong

  • 2 Scopus Citations
  • 1 Scopus h-Index
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Chinese Name

歐陽達初

Biography

Prof. Au-Yeung Tat Chor received his PhD in social policy from the University of Sheffield. Before doing the postgraduate study, he worked as a community organiser advocating policy changes for poverty reduction. He joined the department in August 2019. Prior to joining Lingnan University, he had taught social work at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research interests include social security, labour market policies, and precarious employment. He also extensively collaborates with NGOs and unions to promote social and labour rights in Hong Kong and beyond.

Research interests

Activation and in-work benefits, Precarity and precarious employment, Social security and labour market policies, Community development and policy practice

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Research Output 2013 2019

  • 2 Scopus Citations
  • 1 Scopus h-Index
  • 5 Journal Article (refereed)
  • 2 Book Chapter
  • 1 Book (Author)
  • 1 Thesis/Dissertation

A Political Economy of In-work Benefits in Hong Kong

AU YEUNG, T. C., 2019, United Kingdom : University of Sheffield.

Research output: Other contributionThesis/DissertationResearch

political economy
Hong Kong
welfare
labor market
wage earner

Autonomous precarity or precarious autonomy? Dilemmas of young workers in Hong Kong

WONG, V. & AU-YEUNG, T. C., 1 Jun 2019, In : Economic and Labour Relations Review. 30, 2, p. 241-261 21 p.

Research output: Journal PublicationsJournal Article (refereed)Researchpeer-review

Young workers
Autonomy
Hong Kong
Subjectivity
Precarious employment

Crafting the Financial-Subject: A Qualitative Study of Young Workers' Experiences in Financialised Pension Investment in Hong Kong

AU-YEUNG, T. C. & CHAN, K. K., 30 Apr 2019, In : Journal of Social Policy.

Research output: Journal PublicationsJournal Article (refereed)Researchpeer-review

young worker
pension
Hong Kong
financial investment
worker