Dr. Chan Ka Lok Kenneth

 (陳家洛 博士)




Associate Professor
Director, Comparative Governance and Public Policy Research Centre, HKBU
President, Hong Kong Association for European Studies
Board Member, European Union Studies Association - Asia Pacific
Board Member, Hong Kong Unison
Member, Election Observation Project 2019
Advisory Board Member, Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute
Member of the Hong Kong Legislative Council (Hong Kong Island Geographical Constituency) 2012-2016

Research Projects

  • "It has nothing to do with politics? Seven Flaws in the Government's Decision to Cancel the 2020 Legislative Council General Election", Election Observation Project, 17 August 2020.
  • "Democrats 35+ Civil Voting Observation Report". (「民主派 35+ 初選公民投票」 觀察報告) Election Observation Project, 23 July 2020.
  • Principal Investigator, Election Observation Project 2019 (on-going)
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  • Co-Investigator, Public, Elite and Media Perceptions of the European Union in Asia-Pacific Region: New Zealand, Australia, Thailand, Korea, Hong Kong and Macau. Mostly funded by the European Commission, with Professor Martin Holland, Jean Monnet Professor, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand (Completed)
  • Co-Investigator, Referendums Around the World and Lessons for Hong Kong. Obtained a private funding for a joint research project, with Dr Robert T.Y. Chung, Public Opinion Programme, University of Hong Kong (Completed)
  • Chief Investigator, Idealism and Realism in Institutional Choice. Electoral Reforms in Post-Communist Poland (Completed)
  • Co-Investigator, Mental Illness and Citizenship in Hong Kong, with Dr Marcus Chiu, Social Work Department, HKBU (Completed)
  • RGC Research Project: Principal Investigator, Idealism and Realism in Institutional Choice in Post-Communist Europe. A Comparative Analysis of Electoral Reforms in the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Poland, and Slovenia (Completed)
  • Chief Investigator, 'Forming Opinions More Thoughtfully: The First Deliberative Opinion Poll in Hong Kong'. (Completed)
  • RGC Research Project: Co-investigator, Hong Kong Transition Project (Completed)