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Mr. David Wong has over 20-year extensive experience in financial and management accounting, intellectual property, human resources, and supply chain management in global retail companies across the Greater China region and more than 5-year teaching experience. He taught various courses in management, economics, and accounting at the associate degree and undergraduate levels in several local colleges and universities. He is passionate about sharing his on-the-ground experience with the students, particularly in start-ups, financial analysis, and operational management.
Research and Teaching Interests
Research interests: Economic geography, International business (especially foreign direct investment and international trade), Regional development, and China, Southeast, andSouth Asia
Teaching interests: Management as a liberal art, and China business
Intellectual Contributions (Publications, Conferences, Books, Book Chapters, etc.)
Wong, David Wai Ho, Zhao, Simon Xiao Bin, and Lee, Harry Fung (2021) Air transport, economic growth, and regional inequality across three Chinese macro-regions. Geographical Research (accepted). (SSCI).
Qiang, Wei, Lee, Harry Fung, Lin, Zi Wei, and Wong, David Wai Ho (2020) Revisiting the impact of vehicle emissions and other contributors to air pollution in urban built-up areas: A dynamic spatial econometric analysis. Science of the Total Environment (online).
Wong, David Wai Ho, Lee, Harry Fung, and Zhao, Simon Xiao Bin, and Pei, Qing (2020) Region-specific determinants of the foreign direct investment in China. Geographical Research 58(2): 126-140.
Zhao, Simon Xiao Bin, Wong, *David Wai Ho, Wong, David W.S. and Jiang, Yan Peng (2020) Ever-transient FDI and ever-polarizing regional development: revisiting conventional theories of regional development in the context of China, Southeast, and South Asia. Growth and Change 51: 338-361.
Zhao, Simon Xiao Bin, Qiang, Wei, Wong, David Wai Ho, and Xian Shi (2018) Theoretical framework and development strategy of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. Progress in Geography 37(12): 1-12 (in Chinese).
School of Business
Lee Quo Wei Academic Building,
The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong,
Hang Shin Link, Siu Lek Yuen, Shatin,