WEN Zhuoyi Vincent, Prof.

  • 8 Castle Peak Road, Tuen Mun

    Hong Kong

  • 25 Scopus Citations
  • 3 Scopus h-Index
20072022
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Personal profile

Chinese Name

温卓毅

Biography

Prof. WEN Zhuoyi, Vincent obtained PhD in Sociology and Social Policy in 2014. Born in Guangzhou, China, he pursued his academic life at Sun Yat-sen University and City University of Hong Kong. With academic training in Political Science, Public Policy, and Sociology, his research interests focus on Policy Analysis, Social Policy in Hong Kong and China, State-society Relations and Social Citizenship. He is working on several projects including social protection for informal sector workers, social citizenship building, government purchase-of-services, and social trust and volunteerism.

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purchase Social Sciences
citizenship Social Sciences
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Projects 2018 2022

Research Output 2007 2019

Achieving the age-friendly city agenda: an interventional study in Hong Kong’s Islands district

AMOAH, P. A., MOK, K. H., WEN, Z. & LI, L. W., 16 Sep 2019, In : Journal of Asian Public Policy. 20 p.

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

district
well-being
health
social participation
community

Achieving the Age-friendly City Agenda: An Interventional Study in Islands District in Hong Kong

AMOAH, P. A., MOK, K. H. J. & WEN, Z. V., 2 Jul 2019.

Research output: Other Conference ContributionsConference Paper (other)Other Conference Paperpeer-review

Hong Kong
district
well-being
demographic aging
interest group
Open Access
club
development project
Hong Kong
district
rural community