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Journal article

CHAN, C.K., BARNARD, A. and NG, Y.N., 2020. "Who are our support networks?" A qualitative study of informal support for carers. Journal of Social Service Research. ISSN 0148-8376

CHAN, C.K., BARNARD, A. and VICKERS, T., 2020. Meaning through caregiving: a qualitative study of the experiences of informal carers. British Journal of Social Work, 50 (3), pp. 682-700. ISSN 0045-3102

LEI, J. and CHAN, C.K., 2019. Does China's public assistance scheme create welfare dependency? An assessment of the welfare of the Urban Minimum Living Standard Guarantee. International Social Work, 62 (2), pp. 487-501. ISSN 0020-8728

CHAN, C.K. and LEI, J., 2017. Contracting social services in China: the case of the Integrated Family Services Centres in Guangzhou. International Social Work. ISSN 0020-8728

CHAN, C.K. and NGOK, K., 2015. Workfare in the undemocratic states: the case of China. International Social Work. ISSN 0020-8728

CHAN, C.K. and PENG, Z., 2011. From iron rice bowl to the world's biggest sweatshop: globalization, institutional constraints, and the rights of Chinese workers. Social Service Review, 85 (3), pp. 421-445.

CHAN, C.K., 2011. Hong Kong: workfare in the world's freest economy. International Journal of Social Welfare.

CHAN, C.K., 2011. Hong Kong: workfare in the world's freest economy. International Journal of Social Welfare.

CHAN, C.K., 2010. Re-thinking the incrementalist thesis in China: a reflection on the development of the minimum standard of living scheme in urban and rural areas. Journal of Social Policy, 39 (4), pp. 627-645.

CHAN, C.K., 2008. The concept of well-being and its implications to Chinese social policy. Chinese Public Policy Review, 2, pp. 104-115.

CHAN, C.K., COLE, B. and BOWPITT, G., 2007. 'Beyond silent organisations': a reflection of the UK Chinese people and their community organisations. Critical Social Policy, 27 (4), pp. 509-533. ISSN 0261-0183

CHAN, C.K., COLE, B. and BOWPITT, G., 2007. 'Beyond silent organisations': a reflection of the UK Chinese people and their community organisations. Critical Social Policy, 27 (4), pp. 509-533. ISSN 0261-0183

CHAN, C.K., 2007. Is the Minimum Standard of Living Scheme for lazy people? Social Security Studies, 5 (1), pp. 128-136.

CHAN, C.K., BOWPITT, G. and COLE, B., 2007. Welfare state without dependency: the case of the UK Chinese people. Social Policy and Society, 6 (4), pp. 503-514. ISSN 1475-3073

CHAN, C.K., BOWPITT, G. and COLE, B., 2007. Welfare state without dependency: the case of the UK Chinese people. Social Policy and Society, 6 (4), pp. 503-514. ISSN 1475-3073

CHAN, C.K., 2004. Caring for the poor versus degrading the poor - the case of Hong Kong newspaper charity. International Journal of Social Welfare, 13 (3), pp. 266-275. ISSN 1369-6866

CHAN, C.K., 2004. Placing dignity at the centre of welfare policy. International Social Work, 47 (2), pp. 227-239. ISSN 0020-8728

CHAN, C.K., 2003. Protecting the ageing poor or strengthening the market economy: the case of the Hong Kong Mandatory Provident Fund. International Journal of Social Welfare, 12 (2), pp. 123-131. ISSN 1369-6866

CHAN, C.K., 2002. Safeguarding the dignity of my poor brothers and sisters: a reflection of Hong Kong Christian churches' financial assistance. Journal of Asian Mission, 4 (2), pp. 267-286. ISSN 0119-3228

Authored book

CHAN, C.K., 2011. Social security policy in Hong Kong: from British colony to China's special administrative region. Lanham: Lexington Books.

CHAN, C.K., NGOK, K.L. and PHILLIPS, D., 2008. Social policy in China: development and well-being. Bristol: Policy Press.

CHAN, C.K. and BOWPITT, G., 2005. Human dignity and welfare systems: unemployed persons in UK, Sweden, China and Hong Kong. Bristol: Policy Press.

CHAN, C.K. and KUNG, L.Y., 2001. The study of financial assistance among Chinese Christian churches in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Theology Division, the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Chapter in book

CHAN, C.K., 2016. Introduction: Rebuilding a welfare system for China’s mixed economy. In: K. NGOK and C.K. CHAN, eds., China’s social policy: transformation and challenges. Comparative development and policy in Asia . Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 3-11. ISBN 9780415722056

CHAN, C.K., 2004. Managing welfare in post-colonial Hong Kong. In: A.WALKER, and C.K.WONG, , eds., Eastern welfare States in transition - Confucianism and globalisation. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 95-116. ISBN 1861345518

CHAN, C.K. and SOMERVILLE, P., 2002. The London Chinese community network. In: Chinese community organisations in London: present needs and future development. London Chinese Community Network/Chinese in Britain Forum & Lincoln University.

Conference contribution

CHAN, C.K., 2015. Show us you are poor and a good citizen: public assistance eligibility in Chinese main cities. In: Integrating International Research, Policy and Practice in Developing Welfare Services Conference, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China, 16-17 September 2015, Guangzhou.

CHAN, C.K. and NGOK, K.L., 2011. Is workfare a wise approach for China? In: The 7th Social Policy International Forum and Seminar Series on Social Policy and Social Administration in China, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China, 26-28 August 2011, Guangzhou.

NGOK, K.L. and CHAN, C.K., 2010. Can China tackle the challenges to the well-being of social security recipients? In: Governing the Asian Giants: the Search for Good Governance and Sustainable Development in China and India, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong, 29-30 March 2010, Hong Kong.

CHAN, C.K., 2008. Legitimacy-driven welfare intervention and social exclusion in China: the case of social assistance. In: Welfare Reform in East Asia: Meeting the Needs of Social Change, Economic Competitiveness and Social Justice, the Fifth East Asian Social Policy Research Network International Conference, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 3-4 November 2008, Taipei.

CHAN, C.K., 2007. Social policy in a self-reliant society: the case of Hong Kong social security. In: International Symposium on Social Change and Social Development in Hong Kong, Taiwan and China, Centre for East Asian Studies, University of Bristol, Bristol, 19 July 2007, Bristol.

CHAN, C.K., 2002. 'Self-reliance cannot be achieved by compulsory welfare measures' - the practice of 'Workfare' in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. In: International Conference on Reform in Public Administration and Social Services in Asia, Macau Polytechnic Institute, Macau, East Asia, 7-9 November 2002, Macau Polytechnic Institute.

CHAN, C.K. and SOMERVILLE, P., 2001. Human dignity and the 'Third Way': the case of housing policy. In: Housing Studies Association Conference on 'Housing Imaginations: New concepts, New Theories, New Researchers', Cardiff, UK, 4-5 September 2001, Cardiff.

Edited book

NGOK, K. and CHAN, C.K., 2016. China's social policy: transformation and challenges. Comparative development and policy in Asia . Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9780415722056

CHAN, C.K. and NGOK, K.L., 2011. Welfare reform in East Asia: towards workfare? London: Routledge.

NGOK, K.L., CHAN, C.K. and HAN, K.Q., 2009. Social policy in China. Shanghai: Truth and wisdom Press.

Research report for external body

CRAIG, G., COLE, B., ADAMSON, S., LAW, I. and CHAN, C.K., 2009. Hidden from public view? Racism against the UK's Chinese population. London: The Monitoring Group.

CHAN, C.K., BOWPITT, G., COLE, B., SOMERVILLE, P. and CHEN, J., 2004. The UK Chinese people: diversity & unmet needs. Nottingham: Division of Social Work, Social Policy & Human Services, Nottingham Trent University.

CHAN, C.K., COLE, B. and SOMERVILLE, P., 2004. The study of help-seeking behaviour among UK Chinese families [end of award report]. Economic and Social Research Council.

LONDON, C., CHAN, C.K. and SOMERVILLE, P., 2002. Chinese community organisations in London: present needs and future development. London Chinese Community Network, Chinese in Britain Forum and Lincoln University.

KUNG, L.Y. and CHAN, C.K., 2002. Welfare and the Christian faith - a report on the Hong Kong Chinese churches' understanding of financial assistance. Hong Kong: The Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture.

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