ABOUT

My research interest includes authoritarian politics and research methods. I wrote some articles about Hong Kong elections and political selection in mainland China. My previous works appear in journals such as the British Journal of Political Science, China Quarterly, Electoral Studies, and Journal of Peace Research.

UNIVERSITY The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
DEPARTMENT Applied Social Sciences
PROFILE Google Scholar | Publons | ResearchGate
Hobbies Python | R | Bootstrap | Dash | Keras
CV

RESEARCH

BOOK

Electoral Politics in Post-1997 Hong Kong: Protest, Patronage, and the Media (2015), Springer

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Stan Hok-Wui Wong and Kelvin Chun-Man Chan. Forthcoming. "Determinants of political purges in autocracies: Evidence from ancient Chinese dynasties." Journal of Peace Research

Yu Zeng and Stan Hok-Wui Wong. Forthcoming. "Time Is Power: Rethinking Meritocratic Political Selection in China." China Quarterly

Stan Hok-Wui Wong and Yu Zeng. 2020. "Familiarity breeds growth: The impact of factional ties on local cadres’ economic performance in China." Economics & Politics

Stan Hok-wui Wong, Karl Ho, and Harold D. Clarke. 2019. "Mass Production of Individualized Services: Machine Politics in Hong Kong." Journal of Electoral Studies 26(1): 57-88. DOI:10.6612/tjes.201905_26(1).0003

Stan Hok-Wui Wong, Kuan-chen Lee, Karl Ho, and Harold D. Clarke. 2019. "Immigrant Influx and Generational Politics: A Comparative Case Study of Hong Kong and Taiwan." Electoral Studies.

Stan Hok-Wui Wong and Kin-man Wan. 2018. "The Housing Boom and the Rise of Localism in Hong Kong: Evidence from the Legislative Council Election in 2016." China Perspectives, 3.

Stan Hok-Wui Wong and Yu Zeng. 2018. "Getting Ahead by Getting On the Right Track: Horizontal Mobility in China's Political Selection Process." Journal of Contemporary China. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10670564.2017.1363020

Stan Hok-Wui Wong, Ngok Ma, Wai-man Lam. 2018. "Immigrants as Voters in Electoral Autocracies: The Case of Mainland Chinese Immigrants in Hong Kong." Journal of East Asian Studies.

Stan Hok-Wui Wong. 2018. "Gerrymandering in Electoral Autocracies: Evidence from Hong Kong," British Journal of Political Science. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007123416000685

Stan Hok-Wui Wong and Yu Zeng. 2017. "Do inferences of competence from faces predict political selection in authoritarian regimes? Evidence from China," Social Science Research. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ssresearch.2016.11.002

Stan Hok-Wui Wong, Ngok Ma, and Wai-man Lam. 2016. "Migrants and Democratization: the Political Economy of Chinese Immigrants in Hong Kong," Contemporary Chinese Political Economy and Strategic Relations: An International Journal, v. 2, no. 2

Stan Hok-Wui Wong and Nicole Wu. 2016. "Can Beijing Buy Taiwan? An Empirical Assessment of Beijing’s Agricultural Trade Concessions to Taiwan," Journal of Contemporary China, v. 25, no. 99.

Stan Hok-Wui Wong and Minggang Peng. 2015. "Petition and Repression in China's Authoritarian Regime: Evidence from a Natural Experiment," Journal of East Asian Studies, v15, no.1.

Stan Hok-Wui Wong. 2015. "Real Estate Elite, Economic Development, and Political Conflicts in Post-Colonial Hong Kong," China Review.

Stan Hok-Wui Wong. 2014. "Resource Disparity and Multi-level Elections in Competitive Authoritarian Regimes:Regression Discontinuity Evidence from Hong Kong," Electoral Studies, v33.

Stan Hok-Wui Wong and Hiroki Takeuchi. 2013. "Fiscal Appeasement, Central-Local Relations, and Ethnic Regions in China's Authoritarian Regime," Japanese Journal of Political Science, v14, no. 1.

Stan Hok-Wui Wong. 2012. "Authoritarian Co-optation in the Age of Globalisation: Evidence from Hong Kong," Journal of Contemporary Asia, v. 42, no. 2.

Stan Hok-Wui Wong. 2010. "Political Connections and Firm Performance: the Case of Hong Kong," Journal of East Asian Studies, v. 10, no. 2.

Stan Hok-Wui Wong. 2007. "Juries, Judges, and Corruption: A Cross-national Analysis," Public Integrity, v. 9 no. 2

HONG KONG ELECTION STUDY

I am the Principal Investigator of the Hong Kong Election Study (HKES) with Dr. Harold D. Clarke, Dr. King-wa Fu, and Dr. Karl Ho as the Co-Investigators.

CONTACT

ADDRESS HJ435, Stanley Ho Building, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
EMAIL shw.wong@polyu.edu.hk
PHONE +852 2766 5737