The Liberal Art University in Hong Kong
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Research

The Faculty of Social Sciences consists of a pool of experienced researchers who combine scholarly work with applied, policy-oriented research.


The Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies and the Centre for Asian Pacific Studies have been very active in organizing workshops, seminars and conferences, and colleagues have been keen participants in these activities. Pan Sutong Shanghai-Hong Kong Economic Policy Research Institute was established in 2015 and aims to synergise resources and outstanding economic research expertise in Mainland China and Hong Kong to strengthen research on salient issues related to the economic and financial development of these two places. The China Economic Research Programme, established in early 2016, aims to promote studies by Mainland and Hong Kong scholars, researchers and industry members in areas such as economy, industries, finance and entrepreneurship, as well as collaborative academic research and exchange projects. Since its inception in 2017, the Centre for Competition Policy and Regulation has been fostering development in competition policy and regulation. Established in 2017, the Centre for Social Policy and Social Change focuses on the interface between major societal change and the challenges for policy intervention. Wofoo Joseph Lee Consulting and Counselling Psychology Research Centre is the newest research centre in the Faculty. In addition to these in-house scholarly activities, faculty members engage in local and international academic activities, including presentation of papers and delivering talks at conferences and seminars.


The Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies (APIAS)

The Centre for Asian Pacific Studies (CAPS)

The Centre for Competition Policy and Regulation (CCPR)

The China Economic Research Programme (CERP)

The Centre for Social Policy and Social Change (CSPSC)

Pan Sutong Shanghai-Hong Kong Economic Policy Research Institute (PSEI)

Wofoo Joseph Lee Consulting and Counselling Psychology Research Centre (WJLCCPRC)