MOK Kin Wai, Patrick

Dr MOK Kin Wai, Patrick 莫健偉博士

BA (HKU)
MPhil (HKU)
PhD (HKU)

Assistant Professor, Department of Social Science

Tel : (852) 3963 5562
Email : patrickmok@hsu.edu.hk

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      Dr Mok received the Bachelor of Arts (B.A), Master of Philosophy (MPhil.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in History, The University of Hong Kong. He has a wide range of research interests from history, heritage and cultural studies, cultural policies to cultural and creative economy in Hong Kong and China.

    • Research Interests

      History, public policies on arts, heritage and culture, memories and narrative study, business model of CCI, economic and regional clusters

    • Publications

      • 2014 “Clustering of Cultural Industries in China Cities: A Spatial Panel Approach”, Kwan Wai Ko (first author) and Kin Wai Mok (second author), Economics of Transition, Vol.22, Issue 2, April, 365-395.2014 “Clustering of Cultural Industries in China Cities: A Spatial Panel Approach”, Kwan Wai Ko (first author) and Kin Wai Mok (second author), Economics of Transition, Vol.22, Issue 2, April, 365-395.
      • 2012 Mok Kin Wai Patrick and David Tsui eds., Wenhua chuangyi kongjian: yishu yu shengye de jiju yu ronghe (文化創意空間 : 藝術與商業的集聚與融合), Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, CASS (北京中國社會科學院社會科學文獻出版社).
      • 2011 “Wenhua chanye de tedian, fazhan guilu he zai jingji shehuifazhan de zuoyongfenxi” (文化產業的特點、發展規律和在經濟社會發展中的作用分析), in Dr. Qi Shuyu ed., Zhongguo wenhua chanye fazhan qianyan: shiyiwu zhanwang (中國文化產業發展前沿:“十二五”展望), Beijing: Shehui kexue wenxian chubanshe (北京社會科學文獻出版社), 27-45. Co-author with Mathias Woo, A Review Study on Cultural Audit: the Landscape of Hong Kong’s Cultural Infrastructure, May 31. Hong Kong: Central Policy Unit, HKSAR Government.  A Study on the Framework of Hong Kong Design Index. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Design Centre.
      • 2009 “Asian Cities and Limits to Creative Capital Theory”, in Lily Kong and Justin O’Connor ed., Creative Economies, Creative Cities: Asian-European Perspectives; chapter 9, Springer Publishing Company, 135-152.
  • Presentation (Selected)

    • “Reviewing the Hong Kong Arts Annual Survey and the Arts Participation and Consumption Survey” at Reaching out to potential audiences: what indication can be found in market research, Hong Kong Arts Development Council (Hong Kong), 15 June, 2018.
    • “Reflections on the Hong Kong Memory Project” at Culture Academy: The Digital in Cultural Space (Singapore), 7&8 December, 2016.
  • Courses

    CCI2001 Globalization of Cultural and Creative Industries
    GEN1012 Culture, Media and Society