Dr FANG Hsin Hao Arnold
方欣浩博士

FANG Hsin Hao-tall-02

BSc (Michigan)
MSc (Harvard)
MSc (Birmingham)
PhD (GRIPS)

Lecturer, Department of Social Science

Email : arnoldfang@hsu.edu.hk

Dr. Fang previously taught at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in the undergraduate programme in Global Studies as well as the master’s programme in Global Political Economy. Along with teaching, he worked more than 15 years in international non-governmental organizations on human rights and global development issues, and is experienced in project management, capacity building of local organizations, as well as policy research and advocacy.

Research Interests

Sustainable development, including qualitative policy analysis and evaluation of related interventions. Humanitarian action, human rights issues, and food security in East Asian countries.

Publications

Selected Journal Articles

  • Fang, A.H. (2016). Linkage between rural voters and politicians: effects on rice policies in the Philippines and Thailand. Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies. 3(3). OPEN ACCESS
  • Fang, A.H (2012). Channeling Inter-Korean Aid to Targeted Groups: South Korean NGOs in the North Korean Food Crisis. North Korean Review. 8(2). http://dx.doi.org/10.3172/NKR.8.2.50
  • Levin, A., Fang, A.H., Hansen, P.M., Pyle, D., Dia, O., Schwalbe, N. (2010). A Global Health Partnership’s Use of Time-Limited Support to Catalyze Health Practice Change: The Case of GAVI’s Injection Safety Support. PLoS One. 5(9). OPEN ACCESS

Selected Book Chapters

  • 方欣浩(2006)。〈沙漠化〉、〈疫症 —- 沙士〉。載於石海慧(執行編輯)《不是天意:災害與貧窮》。樂施會。

Selected Presentations

  • Fang, A.H. (2011) Understanding the effect of governance on food security: the case of rice in the Philippines. Poster Presentations at International Conference on Asian Food Security (ICAFS) ‘Feeding Asia in the 21st Century: Building Urban-Rural Alliances,’ Singapore.

Awards

  • 2009 – 2012. Japanese Government Fellowship, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEXT).
  • 19982000. Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund Overseas Fellowship.

Courses Taught

  • GEN1000 Perspectives on General Education
  • GEN1021 Making Sense of Politics
  • GEN2002 Understanding Global Politics