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Lau, Y.K. & Wong, H. (in press). Statutory minimum wage in Hong Kong: A family impact analysis. Journal of Family Studies.
Liu, X. & Wong, H. (2016). The reform of the medical welfare system and health equity for the elderly in China: A study in Zhejiang. The Journal of Chinese Sociology, 2016(3):6.
Liu, X., Wong, H. & Liu, K. (2016). Outcome-based health equity across different social health insurance schemes for the elderly in China. BMC Health Services Research, 16(9), 1-12.
Liu, X. & Wong, H. (2015). The reform of medical care system and health equity for the elderly population in China:A study in Zhejiang. Sociological Studies (社會學研究), 2015(4), 94-117. (CSSCI) (in Chinese)
Huang, Y., Wong, H., & Tan, N. T. (2015). Associations between economic loss, financial strain and the psychological status of Wenchuan earthquake survivors. Disaster, 39(4), 795-810.
Chen, W., & Wong, H. (2014). Urban Community Governance: Middle-range theory's construction and risk management system's exploration. Social Sciences in Nanjing (南京社會科學), 2014(12), 72-78. (CSSCI) (in Chinese)
Huang, Y., & Wong, H. (2014). Impacts of Sense of Community and Satisfaction with Governmental Recovery on Psychological Status of the Wenchuan Earthquake Survivors. Social Indicators Research, 117(2), 421,436. (SSCI)
Chen, W., & Wong, H. (2014). Urban Community Governance: Middle-range theory's construction and risk management system's exploration. Social Sciences in Nanjing, 2014(12), 72-78. (CSSCI) (in Chinese)
Huang, Y., Wong, H., & Tan, N. T. (2014). Chinese cultural beliefs of adversity, income recovery and psychological status of Wenchuan earthquake survivors. Social Work in Mental Health, 12(4), 343-364
Huang, Y., Fu, Y., & Wong, H. (2013). Challenges of social workers' involvement in the recovery of the 5.12 Wenchuan Earthquake in China. International Journal of Social Welfare, 23(2), 139-149. (SSCI)
Huang, Y., & Wong, H. (2013). Effects of social group work with survivors of the Wenchuan earthquake in a transitional community. Health and Social Care in the Community, 21(3), 327-337. (SSCI)
Chen, J.K. (Under Review). Cyber bullying among secondary school students in Hong Kong. Submitted to School Psychology International (SSCI).
Dai, H. (Accepted). The making of "modern female workers" in reemployment programs in post-socialist China. Social Service Review.
Dai, H. (Accepted). From personal ties to village welfare: Changing community bonding in post-socialist rural China. Community Development Journal.
Dai, H. (2016). The making of "modern female workers" in reemployment programs in post-socialist China. Social Service Review, 90(2), 235-263.
Dai, H. & Xie, W. (2016). Community and inequality: One-yuan Elder Home in rural Zhejiang Province of China. Journal of Social Service Research, 42(1), 15-25.
Chen, J., Davis, D., Wu, K., & Dai, H. (2015). Life satisfaction in urban China: The effect of city size and pathways to urban residency. Cities, 49, 88-97.
Dai, H. (2014). To Build an Extended Family: Feminist Organizational Design and its Dilemmas in Women-Led Non-Governmental Elder Homes in China. Social Forces, 92(3), 1115-1134.
Dai, H. (2014). Care for Whom: Diverse Institutional Orientations of Non-governmental Elder Homes in Contemporary China. British Journal of Social Work, 44(7), 1914-1933. doi:10.1093/bjsw/bct058.
Dai, H. (2013). Social Inequality in a Bonded Community: Community Ties and Villager Resistance in a Chinese Township. Social Service Review, 87(2), 269-291.
Dai, H. (2011). Participatory Community Organizing Revisited: Political Involvement and Social Development in Two Post-Socialist Villages in North China. China Journal of Social Work, 4(1), 69-82
Dai, H. (2011). Surviving in "Localistic Communitas": Endogenous Multicultural Community Organizing among Migrant Workers in Post-Socialist China. Journal of Social Service Research, 37, 165-179.
梁芷芳 (2014). 老齡服務使用者參與研究「如何推動服務使用者參與服務管理」, 載於候伊莎編,《創新社會養老服務的理論與實踐》 第一版 頁203-209, 中國: 中國社會出版社
「促進服務使用者參與」- 行動研究的發現 (2014), 《香港明愛安老服務通訊》 第23期, 2-4 頁. 香港特別行政區: 香港明愛安老服務
「促進服務使用者參與」研究報告 (2013) ,香港明愛安老服務委託。
梁芷芳 (2011).福利服務中的用者参與,載於岳經綸、劉洪、黄錦文主編,《社會服務 - 從經濟保障到服務保障》, 北京:中國社會出版社
Leung, T.T.F. (2015). Harmony and social work practice. In James D. Wright (editor-in-chief), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 10. Oxford: Elsevier. pp. 529–535.
Leung, T.T.F. (2015). Response to Shaw and Lunt on 'Developing Good Practitioner Research'. China Journal of Social Work 8(1), 17-18
Leung, T.T.F. & Lam, B.C.L. (2014). Challenges in Partnership with the Mental Health Service Users in Service Planning and Management. Human Service Organizations Management, Leadership & Governance 38(4), 320-335.
Leung, T.T.F. & Tam H.T.C (2015). The "person-centred" rhetoric in Socialist China. British Journal of Social Work 45(5), 1489-1507.
Yip, N.M., Leung, T.T.F. & Huang, R. (2013). Impact of community on personal well-being in urban China. Journal of Social Service Research, 39(5), 675-689.
Leung, T.T.F., Yip, N.M., Huang, R.H & Wu, Y. (2012). Governmentality and the politicization of social work in China. British Journal of Social Work.42 (6), 1039- 1059.
Leung, T.T.F. & Lam, C.M. (2009). The warrants of parenting: Emotionality and reflexivity in economically disadvantaged families. Journal of Social Work Practice 23 (3), 353-367.
Leung, T.T.F. (2008) Accountability to welfare service users - Challenges and responses of service providers. British Journal of Social Work.38 (3), 531-545.
Leung, T.T.F. & Wong, H. (2005) Community Reactions to the SARS Crisis in Hong Kong: Analysis of a Time-limited Counseling Hotline. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment 12 (1), 1-22. 
Lam, C.M., Wong, H. & Leung, T.T.F. (2004) Impacts of SARS crisis on social work students - Reflection on social work education. Hong Kong Journal of Social Work 38 (1 & 2), 93-108. 
To, S.M., Iu Kan, S.M., Tsoi, K.W., & Chan, T.S. (2013). A qualitative analysis of parents' perceived outcomes and experiences in a parent education program adopting a transformative approach. Journal of Social Work Practice: Psychotherapeutic Approaches in Health, Welfare and theCommunity, 27(1), 79-94. 
To, S.M., Tam, H.L., & Chu, F. (2013). A qualitative study of the lived experiences of young Chinese females in condom use negotiations. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, 18(4), 248-262. 
Zhou, H. (2015) Mapping the Level of Development of Grassroots NPOs in China, Voluntas:International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, doi: 10.1007/s11266-015-9612-0 
Estes, R. J., & Zhou, H. (2014). A conceptual approach to the creation of public–private partnerships in social welfare. International Journal of Social Welfare, n/a-n/a. doi: 10.1111/ijsw.12142 
Zhou, H.(2012) Promoting Compulsory Education in Rural China: What are the NPOs Doing? Frontiers of Education in China, 7(4): 576-607 
Zhou, H. (forthcoming) Global Sex Trafficking Overview: Facts, Myths, and Debates. In A.R. Ackerman& R. Rurman (Eds) Sexual Crimes: Transnational Problems and Global Perspectives. NY: Columbia University Press 
Zhou, H., Qiu, T. and Wang, L. (forthcoming) BSR in Transitioning China: Traditions, Actions, and Challenges. In S. Hasan (Ed.) Business Social Responsibility and the Three Sectors: Conflict, Collaboration, and Cohesion, Springer 
Zhou, H., & Pan, Q. (2016). Information, Community, and Action on Sina-Weibo: How Chinese Philanthropic NGOs Use Social Media. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 1-25. doi:10.1007/s11266-016-9685-4
Zhou, H. (2015). Corporate philanthropy in contemporary China: A case of rural compulsory education promotion. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 1-21. doi:10.1007/s11266-015-9587-x
Zhou, H.(2015) Towards a Comprehensive Response to Victims of Sex Trafficking.In B. Spooner (Ed.) Globalization: The crucial phase. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, pp 319- 
Zhou, H.(2013) Promoting Rural Compulsory Education in China: GONGOs, CONGOs and Grassroots Organizations. In X. Li (Ed.) Education in China: Cultural Influences, Global Perspectives and Social Challenges, Nova Science Publishers, pp 215-248. 

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