PhD (Birmingham, UK)
BA (LingnanU) Lecturer Department of Management
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Dr. Kai Wai HUANG, Willy earned his B.A. in Social Sciences and MPhil in Economics from the Lingnan University, Hong Kong, and his PhD in Economics from the University of Birmingham, U.K. He has solid teaching experiences in a wide variety of fields such as Economics (Labour Economics and Education Policy, Hong Kong Economy, International Political Economy, Econometrics, Statistics), Business (Organizational Behaviour, Globally Responsible Business, Business Policy and Strategy, Recruitment and Selection, Project Appraisal and Impact Analysis), Social Sciences (Research Methods, Social Theory) for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Hong Kong and the U.K.
Apart from teaching, Willy has been writing commentaries and working with stakeholders in the private sector on public policy area such as population policy and retirement income protection. His research interest focuses on labour economics (wage and employment differentials, unemployment and employment duration and elderly employment), microeconomics (income mobility and inequality), population ageing (retirement) and education innovation.
Research and Teaching Interests
Research interest: wage determination and employment, income mobility and inequality, population ageing and education innovation
Teaching interest: Organizational Behaviour, Globally Responsible Business, Business Policy and Strategy, Recruitment and Selection, Project Appraisal and Impact Analysis
Intellectual Contributions (Publications, Conferences, Books, Book Chapters, etc.)
Song, X.J., Huang, K.W., He, Z.Q. and Deng, A.Q. Analysis of Factors Affecting Parents’ Choice of Early Childhood Education in Hong Kong. Present at the Thirteenth Global Studies Conference. Concordia University, Montréal, Canada, June 2020.
Huang, K.W., Ho, L.S. and Wei, X.D. Upward Earnings Mobility Starts to Improve in Hong Kong? A Study Based on Census Data. Presented at the Fourth International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Innovation in Social Service Delivery. The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, November 2016.
Chou, K.L., Huang, K.W., Lam, K.C. and Tse, H.X. Methods of pension withdrawal in Hong Kong: A comparative study and discussion. Presented at the 8th Cross Straits Pension System Forum. Chengdu, China, November 2016.
Huang, K.W. and Chou, K.L. Who Supports Delayed Retirement in Hong Kong Workers. Presented at the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) Asia/Oceania 2015 Congress. Chiang Mai, Thailand, October 2015.
Huang, K.W. and Chou, K.L. Defined Contribution Pension Confusion and Uncertainty in Hong Kong. Presented at the Social Policy and Social Protection in Asia 2015 Workshop. The Hong Kong Institute of Education (now known as the Education University of Hong Kong), Hong Kong, July 2015.
“Enhancement of programme innovation through interdisciplinary blended learning approach: innovative use of visual methods in social policy research” by Dr Kai Wai Huang, Mr Kwan Chung-yin, Tommy (principal investigator), Dr Fung Sheung Ng, Isabella and Mr Ka Fai Cheung, Carlos (co-investigators), 2020 (Teaching Development Grant, HK$398,100)
“Investment Pattern and Performance of Mandatory Provident Fund Scheme Members: A Historical Administrative Record Analysis” by Prof Kee-Lee Chou (principal investigator), Prof Wai-Sum Chan, Dr Mei-Choi Chiu, Dr Wai Ming Fong, Dr Man Ho Ling, Dr Kai Wai Huang and Mr Yu Kay Fung (co-investigators), 2016 (Public Policy Research, HK$427,560)
School of Business
Lee Quo Wei Academic Building, Yuen Campus,
The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong,
Hang Shin Link, Siu Lek Yuen, Shatin,