The Faculty of Business & Economics organises its research and teaching development activities in clusters through research centres that draw on members within the Faculty and across campus. These research centres include:
develops content-rich business case studies to meet the growing need for business education in Asia and particularly in China. The centre monitors closely the emerging business strategies, economic policies, management practices, and financial developments across the region. Its case studies on Asian companies and subjects are highly relevant teaching materials and are used by teachers and institutions around the world.
provides a focus and forum for studying the challenges of reforming China's financial sector. It focuses on reforms of the banking sector, corporate governance, regulation of the securities markets, and financial liberalisation strategies and the role of Hong Kong. The centre has established collaborative relations with researchers in central banking institutions, securities regulatory bodies, and stock exchanges in China and Hong Kong, as well as research centres at Peking University, Fudan University and the Chinese Academy of Social Science.
is recognised as a Centre of Excellence within the University and associated with a University's Strategic Research Theme: China Studies. It focuses on research activities relevant to marketing and strategy challenges for companies operating in China. The Centre maintains highly active research programmes and is commonly recognised as one of the world's most prolific research institutes on China marketing research. Every year, the Centre colleagues obtain competitive research grants, publish in top marketing and management journals, co-host annual Marketing Scholar Forums, maintain doctoral student exchanges with partnership universities and other research related activities. Through the Faculty's Asian Case Research Centre, colleagues developed China related marketing and management cases. Starting early 2006, the Centre has embarked on a Service Excellence Programme with Hong Kong's top service firms.
The Centre is co-led by: David K. Tse (Director); Simon S.K. Lam (Associate Director) and Bennett C.K. Yim (Associate Director)
supports research programmes that focus on Hong Kong's relationship with Greater China and the Asia-Pacific region. The four research programmes are: Asia-Pacific Competitiveness, Human Resources, China Financial Research, and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Studies. In 2000, the University Grants Committee recognised the work of the Institute as one of the three Areas of Excellence in Hong Kong. Affiliated with the Institute is The Hong Kong Centre for Economic Research.
The Hong Kong Centre for Economic Research studies important public policy issues to enhance public understanding of economic affairs and provide the government with alternative policy choices. The Centre is regarded as one of Hong Kong's leading policy think tanks and has published over 50 research monographs on a wide range of subjects. It also produces the HKCER Letters with timely researched commentaries on public policy issues.