Dr. Chan Ka Lok Kenneth (陳家洛 博士)
EURO 2007 The Political Economy of the European Union
EURO 3205 Comparative Politics of Post-Communist Central Europe
POLS 2007 Introduction to Research Methods
POLS 3207 Government and Politics of the United Kingdom
POLS 3591-2 Honours Project
POLS 4898-9 Honours Project
Previous Teaching Experience:
'Constructing Relations with Hong Kong under "One Country, Two Systems". Prospects for the European Union', European Journal of East Asian Studies, 6 (2007), 245-273.
(with Marcus Chiu) 'The Politics of Citizenship: Political Participation of Mental Health Service Users in Hong Kong', Asian Journal of Social Science, 35 (2007), 288-308.
(with Marcus Chiu) Community Attitudes toward Discriminatory Practice against People with Severe Mental Illness in Hong Kong, International Journal for Psychiatry, 53 (2007), 159-174.
'Central and Eastern Europe in the 2004 European Parliament Elections: A Not So European Event', Journal of Constitutional Law in Eastern and Central Europe, 13 (2006), 133-171.
〈民主轉型時代選舉改革的理論探討〉 'Electoral Reform in the Age of Democratisation'， 開放時代，廣洲: 人文社會科學院出版，2006年第3期， 74-88頁。
'Political Ideologies in Post-Communist Europe: Consensus or Disunity?', Central European Political Science Review (Budapest), 4 (2004), 28-53.
'Structuralism versus Intentionalism in Post-Communist Party System Evolution: The Polish Case', Party Politics, 7 (2001), 605-619.
'Idealism versus Realism in Institutional Choice: Explaining Electoral Reforms in Poland', West European Politics, 24 (2001), 65-88.
〈1989年以後：後共產主義世界的希望與泡影〉，香港社會科學學報，第14期（1999），1 – 61 (originally in English, translated into Chinese: 'After 1989: Hopes and Shadows in the Post-Communist World', Special Issue: A Decade of Post-Communism of Hong Kong Journal of Social Sciences, 14 (1999), 1-61. The author is also the Guest Editor of the Special Issue. Other contributors include specialists from England, US, Norway and Hong Kong.
'The Polish General Election of September 1997', Electoral Studies, 17 (1998), 561-567.
'Państwa Autorytarne a Tajwanski Cud Gospodarczy', Studia Polityczna, 6 (1996), 117-125 (in Polish).
'Poland at the Crossroads: the 1993 General Election', Europe-Asia Studies, 47 (1995), 123-145.
'Speak Truth to Power: Comments on the 5th Report of the Constitutional Taskforce', Hong Kong Christian Institute Newsletter, (issue 206), November 2005.
〈反客為主民主與生活〉，香港民主發展網絡，2004年7月1日. ('Democracy and Its Meanings to Our Living', Hong Kong Democratic Development Network (July 2004).)
〈民主政治與公民社會〉，思，香港：基督徒學會，第89 期，(2004年5月，頁5-10. 'Democratic Politics and Civil Society', Refection (Hong Kong), 89 (2004), 5-10.
〈《基本法》第二十三條與香港政治發展〉，國事學會會訊，香港：浸會大學，2003年5月，頁3 – 6。
〈國家安全論述的正解與誤解〉，思，香港：基督徒學會，第84期(2003年5月)，頁5 – 8。
〈從政治學角度《基本法》第二十三條立法〉，正義和平，香港：天主教正義和平委員會，12（2002），頁6 – 8。
'Departmental Profile: The Department of Government and International Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University', ECPR News, 12 (2001), 19-21.
'Religion and Politics in Post-Communist Poland', East-West Dialogue, 3 (1998), 86-114.
'Post-Communist Party Politics: The New Polish Party System', Oxford International Review, 8 (1997), 40-44.
「 比較政治學︰ 方法論分析」'Comparative Politics: Methodological Analysis'，載鄭宇碩 編, 《政治學新論》，香港﹕中文大學出版社，forthcoming。
'Bringing Public Opinion Back In: Public Perceptions of the EU in Thailand and South Korea', in Natalia Chaban and Martin Holland (eds), The EU and the Asia-Pacific, London and New York: Routledge, forthcoming 2008.
'Political Reform: The Challenge of Hong Kong's March Towards Democracy', in Rose Wu (ed.), "One Country, Two Systems" A Ten-Year Experiment and Beyond, Hong Kong: Hong Kong Christian Institute, 2007, 1-9.
'Asia-Pacific Images of the EU', in Martin Holland (eds), External Perceptions of the EU, the National Centre for Research on Europe (NCRE), University of Canterbury, New Zealand, 2007.
(with Lai Suet-Yi), 'The EU in the Eyes of Hong Kong', in Martin Holland et al (eds), The EU Through the Eyes of Asia, Media, Public and Elite Perceptions in China, Japan, Korea, Singapore and Thailand, Singapore and Warsaw: Asia-Europe Foundation, 2007, 67-103.
'The Visibility of the EU in Hong Kong under "One Country, Two Systems"', in Jessica Bain and Martin Holland (eds), European Union Identity: Perceptions from Asia and Europe, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2007, 107-124.
'Realising Democracy: The Daily Context', in Questions About Democracy, Hong Kong: Democratic Development Network, 2005, 29-41. 「如何在生活各層面落實民主？」，載《民主十問》，香港：香港民主發展網絡，2005年，頁29–41。
'Taking Stock of "One Country, Two Systems', in Wong Yiu-Chung (ed), Post-Handover Hong Kong: One Country, Two Systems in Practice, New York: Lexington, forthcoming 2003.
'Strands of Conservatism in Post-Communist Democracies: Adapting to Europeanization and Democratization', in Paul Lewis (ed), Party Development and Democratic Change in Post-Communist Europe: The First Decade, London and Portland, Oregon: Frank Cass, 2001, 152-78.
'The Religious Base of Politics in Post-Communist Poland: A Case of Bounded Secularisation', for inclusion in David Broughton and Hans-Martien ten Napel (eds), Religion and Mass Electoral Bahaviour in Europe, London & New York: ECPR/Routledge, 2000, 176-97.
'Executive-Legislative Relations', Special Commemorative Issue on the 10th Anniversary of the Promulgation of the HKSAR Basic Law, Hong Kong: Education Department, HKSAR Government, 2000, 42-43 (in Chinese).
'Migrants: Ignorance and fear of the unknown made Hong Kong resist the integration of mainland migrants', South China Morning Post Hong Kong Review 1999, 17 January 2000, 8-9.
'Humanitarian Intervention vs. State Sovereignty', in S.M. Chow (ed), Globalization, the New Millenium, New Thinking, Ming Pao Publication, 2000, 61-64 (in Chinese). An earlier version of this article is published in Ming Pao, December 23, 1999 〈主權、人權與國際介入〉，載鄒崇銘編《千禧年、全球化、新思維》，香港：明報出版社，2000年，頁61 – 64.
'Book review: Kazimierz Poznanski, Poland's Protracted Transition: Institutional Change and Economic Growth, 1970-1994, Political Studies (UK), 46 (1998), 391.
'Home Grown vs. Imported European Studies: Hong Kong and Macau Compared', Paper presented at the international conference Teaching the EU in Asia-Challenges and Solutions, Kobe, Japan, January 25-26, 2008.
'The European Union in the Eyes of Hong Kong Elites', Paper presented at the international conference The Future of European Studies in Asia, the Ateneo de Manila University, the Philippines, December 5-7, 2007.
'China, Hong Kong and the External Relations of the EU', Paper presented at the international conference 50 Years of External Relations of the European Union, Warsaw School of Management, Warsaw, Poland, May 11-13, 2007.
'EU-China-Hong Kong Triadic Relations', Paper presented at the international workshop The EU through the Eyes of Asian Media', Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, December 11-13, 2006.
'Reporting about the EU in Asia: A Comparative Study', paper prepared for The Third Pan-European Conference on EU Politics, Istanbul, Turkey, September 21-23, 2006.
'It's Good to Talk, but It's Best to Act!-Promoting the EU in Hong Kong', paper presented at the NESCA Second Workshop 2006-The EU's new identity and its perception in Asia, in the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, July 27-29, 2006.
'Ethical Civil Society and Democratisation in Communist Europe', paper presented at International Conference "NGO, NPO and Modern Societies", organized by Chu Hai College, Hong Kong, January 8-9, 2006.
'Perceptions of the EU in Asia-Pacific Region: Findings from a Survey of Public Opinion', (with Martin Holland, Natalia Chaban and Brad Jones) Multilateralism and Regionalism in Europe and Asia-Pacific'Perceptions of the EU in Asia-Pacific Region: Findings from a Survey of Public Opinion', Asia-Pacific EUSA Conference, Tokyo, 8-10 December, 2005.
'Perceptions of the EU in the Asia-Pacific Region', paper prepared for International Conference (with Michael DeGolyer) "The EU-Asia Relations: Building Multi-Lateralism", Department of Government and International Studies, May 20-21, 2005.
'There Is No Alternative? New EU Members States in the European Parliament Elections 2004', paper prepared for International Conference "Outside Looking In: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on the EU", organized by the National Centre for Research on Europe. Christchurch, New Zealand, September 9-11, 2004.
By Invitation: 4th Biannual Meeting of the European Studies Centre in Asia, Institute of European Studies of Macau, April 7-8, 2004.
By Invitation: "Mental Illness and Citizenship in Hong Kong" survey presented at the Second Asia-Pacific Advocacy Skills Workshop by the World Fellowship for Schizophrenia and Allied Disorders and SANE Australia, and the Mental Health Association of Hong Kong, February 25-27, 2004.
'Citizenship and Mental Health in Hong Kong', paper presented at the 2nd Conference on Social Exclusion and Marginality in Chinese Societies: Rethinking and Recasting Citizenship, Centre for Social Policy Studies, Department of Applied Social Studies, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, November 21-22, 2003.
By Invitation: 'Civil Society and Human Rights in Hong Kong', at the Workshop on "Human Rights Movement in Hong Kong after July 1", Society for Community Organization, 27-28 September 2003.
'Idealism versus Realism in Institutional Choice: Generalising from the Polish Case', paper presented to the ECPR 2001 Conference at the University of Kent at Canterbury, September 6-10, 2001.
'Regional Integration and Security in Europe and the Asia-Pacific: A Comparative Analysis', paper presented at the International Studies Association 2001 Hong Kong Conference, July 26-28, 2001.
By invitation: 'Strands of Conservative Politics in Post-Communist Democracies: Adapting to Europeanisation and Democratisation', paper presented at the Hungarian Twentieth Century Institute International Conference, 'Ten Years Freedom-Transition and Consolidation of Democracy. The Case of Central Europe (1990-2000)', in Budapest, Hungary, October 30-November 1, 2000.
By invitation: 'Institutional Development and Democratic Consolidation in Post-Communist Poland', paper presented at the Department of Government and Society of the University of Limerick, Ireland, May 18, 2000.
'In Search of Democratic Governance in Post-Communist Poland: An Institutional Perspective', paper presented at the 28th ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops (April 2000), Copenhagen, Denmark.
By invitation: 'Overcoming Diversity in Europe: Lessons for Asia', paper presented at the 1st Asian Integration Conference, The Implications of European Integration for Northeast Asia, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, on April 11, 2000.
'Conservatism in Poland', paper presented at the Grupa Windsor Foundation, Warsaw, Poland, April 1-2, 1999.
'Civil Society in Poland and Eastern Europe', paper presented at the Department of Government and Public Administration, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, March 22, 1999.
'Strands of Conservatism in Post-Communist Democracies', paper presented at the 27th ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops (March 1999), Mannheim, Germany.
'Party System Evolution and Democratic Consolidation in Post-Communist Poland', paper presented at the Faculty Research Support Network Seminar, April 24, 1998.
'Democratisation and Party System Evolution in Poland', paper presented at the 26th ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops (March 1998), Warwick, England.
'Religion and Politics in Post-Communist Poland', paper presented at the 25th European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) Joint Sessions of Workshops (March 1997), Bern, Switzerland. Nominated for the ECPR Rudolf Wildenmann Prize 1997.
Democratic Local Governance in Hong Kong: Principles, Visions, Reforms, Hong Kong: District Councils Reform Alliance, February 2006. The paper was subsequently submitted to the Legislative Council.
The EU through the Eyes of the Asia-Pacific: Public Perceptions and Media Representations in South Korea, Thailand, Australia and New Zealand, the National Centre for Research on Europe (NCRE), (with Martin Holland, Natalia Chaban and Brad Jones) University of Canterbury, New Zealand, October 2005.
Report on the 2005 7.1 Mock Referendum, July 23, 2005. (full report available from http://hkupop.hku.hk/)
Referendums Around the World and Lessons for Hong Kong 「全民投票的環球經驗及對香港的啟示研究報告」 February 16, 2005. with Dr Robert Chung of the Public Opinion Programme, Hong Kong University (full report available from http://hkupop.hku.hk/)
'Central and Eastern Europe in the 2004 European Parliament Elections: A Not So European Event', Sussex, UK: Sussex European Institute Working Papers in Contemporary European Studies, No. 81, November 2004.
Survey on Mental Illness and Citizenship: problems facing people affected by mental illness and Hong Kong citizens' understanding about them. A press conference was held on the occasion of the World Mental Health Day, 10 October 2003.
Relationship between the Government and the Opposition, Submission to Panel on Constitutional Affairs of the Hong Kong Legislative Council, December 2002.
Response to Hong Kong SAR Government Consultation Document on Proposals to Implement Article 23 of the Basic Law, Submission to the Security Bureau, HKSAR Government, December 2002.
Big Shock, but Little Therapy—The Sutherland Report and the Future of the Hong Kong Academic Community, Submission to the Universities Grants Committee, May 2002.
Forming Opinions More Thoughtfully: The First Deliberative Opinion Poll in Hong Kong, November 1999 (with Donis Chan and Michael DeGolyer).
Explaining Political Parties and Party System Formation in Post-Communist Poland, unpublished D.Phil. dissertation, University of Oxford, December 1998.
On the Road to Solidarity: Intellectuals and Workers 1970-1980, unpublished M.Phil. dissertation, University of Oxford, April 1992.
Accepted invitation to give a series of lectures at six European institutions under the auspices of the Asia-Europe Foundation's "European Studies in Asia 2nd Lecture Tour" (Austria, Ireland, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, and Slovenia), 1-17 February, 2008.
(with Martin Holland, Natalia Chaban and others), External Perceptionws of the EU, a report commissioned by the European Commission of the European Union, Brussels, April 2007
Was invited by Legislative Councillor the Hon. Emily Lau to speak at a forum "Constitutional Reform in Hong Kong", August 28, 2005
Was invited by Legislative Councillor the Hon. Emily Lau to speak at a forum "Political Reform for 2007 and 2008", August 7, 2005.
Was invited by the Hong Kong Caritas Youth and Community Services to speak on the Educational Roles of NGOs in the Development of Civil Society in Hong Kong, June 19, 2005.
'Youth and Political Participation', speech delivered at the Conference on Pastoral Youth Work in Hong Kong 2005, organised by the Department of Social Work on April 23-24, 2005.
Was invited to speak on Governance in the Post-Tung Period at a public forum organized by six Christian organisations, March 30, 2005.
Was invited to speak on the prospects of democracy in the post-Tung period at a forum organized by the HKBU Student Union, March 22, 2005.
Was invited by Legislative Councillor Hon Emily Lau to speak at a forum "Hong Kong without C.H. Tung"「沒有董建華的日子」, March 13, 2005.
Was invited as one of the keynote speakers at a Kwai Tsing District Council Seminar on Constitutional Development, March 6, 2005.
Was invited to attend a Hong Kong Human Rights Monitor monthly meeting to introduce to Monitor's members different forms, categories, and nomenclature of referendums, and the pros and cons of referendums according to worldwide experience, January 5, 2005.
Was invited by the HKBU Student Union to speak on "the Rights and Wrongs of the National People's Congress's Interpretations of the Basic Law regarding democratization in Hong Kong" on 3 April 2004.
Was invited by the HKBU Student Union to speak on "Campus Democratisation" on 1 April 2004.
Was invited to speak on "Religion and Politics" by 『光明頂』, a public affairs talk show on Commercial Radio Hong Kong, February 19, 2004.
Was invited by the Hong Kong Democracy Development Network to organize and teach a seminar series on the theory and practice of democracy for student movement activists, February-March 2003.
Was invited by the Justice and Peace Commission of the Catholic Diocese to speak in two public forums on the implications of Article 23-related legislations for political rights and civil liberties, November 17 and 30, 2002.
Was invited by the Civil Human Rights Front and Legislative Councillor the Hon. Cyd Ho to comment on the implications of Article 23-related legislations for political rights and civil liberties, October 13, 2002.
Was invited by the Centre for Child Development (HKBU) and the Education Department (HKSAR Government) to speak on 'Political Development in the HKSAR' for participants of the Leadership Training Program for Exceptionally Gifted Students, June 1, 2002.
Was invited by the Office of Student Affairs (HKBU) to speak on 'Political Leadership' for participants of the 'Pass-It-On' Leadership Seminar, May 21, 2002.
Was invited by the Division of Social Studies of the City University of Hong Kong to give a public lecture on 'Asia-Pacific Regionalism and Security from the European Perspective', July 23, 2001.
Was invited by Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) Radio 1 to give a three-part mini-lecture on the history and development of European integration, broadcast in January 2001.
Was invited by the French Centre for Research on Contemporary China (CEFC) to attend as discussant in its international conference, 'The Responses of Intellectuals to the Challenges of the 21st Century in China and Eastern Europe - A Comparative Approach', at the University of Hong Kong, December 15-16, 2000
Was invited by the Centre for Child Development at Hong Kong Baptist University to give a talk on 'Political Development in Eastern Europe and Its Implications on Ordinary Citizens', November 9, 2000.
Was invited by Legislative Councillor Ms. Cyd Ho (The Frontier) to give a talk on 'Regulating political parties and party finance in Europe: lessons for Hong Kong', April 8, 2000.
'Political Parties and the District Councils Elections of November 1999'. Report presented at the Hong Kong Transition Project Press Conference at the Foreign Correspondents' Club, November 23, 1999.
Was invited by the Open University of Hong Kong to give a talk on 'Europe after Kosovo: The End of an Era?' September 28, 1999.
Was invited by Hong Kong INTELLNET Policy Forum to give a talk on 'Party Politics: A Comparative Perspective', October 17, 1998.
As Acting Director of the Hong Kong Transition Project, welcomed a delegation of U.S. scholars led by Dr. Dan C. Sanford (Director of Whitworth Graduate School of International Management) at the David C. Lam Institute and gave a briefing on various aspects of political and social developments in Hong Kong since the handover, July 16, 1998.
'An Analysis of Hong Kong Citizens' Party Identification'. Report presented at the Hong Kong Transition Project (Pre-Election Survey) Press Conference at the Foreign Correspondents' Club, May 14, 1998.
A bi-weekly column on international politics for Ming Pao 《明報》since May 2007.
Co-Host for new international affairs weekly digest "World 360" 《國際360》produced by Cable TV, April-December 2007.
Commercial Radio One: Co-host of a public affairs programme《薇言大志》 with Legislative Councillor the Hon. Audrey Eu, June 2005-February 2006.
People's Radio Hong Kong: Co-host of a public affairs programme《公民搏格》with District Councillor Cyd Ho Sau-lan , November 2004-March 2006.
Guest Host for Interactive TV Public Affairs Programme "Civic Night" 《公民夜話》, March 2006-2007.
Guest Hot for RTHK TV Public Affairs Programme "Politics without Borders"《政治無疆界》 and "Pentaprism"《五稜鏡》, September 2006-Present
Guest Host for new RTHK Radio One Public Affairs Programme "Civil Society" 《公民社會》 to introduce Central European societies and politics, March 2006-Septemebr 2006.
Staff-Elected Court Member, January 2005-Present.
Appointed members of the Pastoral Council, the Hong Kong Catholic Diocese, September 2005-2007.
HKSAR Chief Executive Election Committee (Higher Education Sub-sector), elected December 2006 for a 5-year term
Treasurer and Council Member, the Hong Kong and Macau Association for European Studies, July 2003-present.
Commentator on Hong Kong politics, Russian politics and European affairs for local and foreign media including BBC, CNN, CNBC, RTHK, Commercial Radio (HK), Cable News (HK), South China Morning Post, Agence France-Presse and Hong Kong Standard.
Member, Workgroup on Elections and Parties, Research Committee on Political Sociology, International Political Science Association and International Sociology Association, March 1998-present.
Member, Standing Group on the European Union, European Consortium for Political Research, March 1999-present.
Member, Standing Group on Post-Communism, European Consortium for Political Research, March 1999-present.
Member, Specialist Group on Communist and Post-Communist Politics, Political Science Association, United Kingdom, January 1996-present.
Founding Member, INTELLNET, an independent pro-democracy network of intellectuals and professionals in Hong Kong, January 1999-present.
Member, Hong Kong Human Rights Monitor, May 1999-present.
Treasurer and Council Member, Hong Kong Political Science Association (HKPSA), May 2000-May 2002.
Member, Hong Kong and Macau Association for European Studies, January 1998-present.
Member, Friends of Civic Education Project (a private, international, non-profit organisation that supports higher education reform in Central/Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union).
Elected Vice-Chairman of the Sixth Form Government and Public Affairs Subject Committee of the Hong Kong Examination Authority, September 1999-present
Appointed Member of the Sixth Form Government and Public Affairs Subject Committee of the Hong Kong Examination Authority, September 1, 1998 to August 31, 2004.
*Over 180 interviews and live commentaries since January 1998 on Hong Kong politics and European affairs for local and foreign media including BBC, RTHK, Commercial Radio (HK), Cable News, Sunday Examiner, Ming Pao, Apple Daily, HK Econ Times, HK Econ Journal, South China Morning Post, and Hong Kong Standard.