Dr XIAO, Hanyu   肖漢宇
Assistant Professor
Department of Asian and Policy Studies
Phone No: (852) 2948 7821
Email: hxiao@eduhk.hk
Contact
Phone
(852) 2948 7821
Email
hxiao@eduhk.hk
Scopus ID
57203154931
Research Interest
  • Corruption and anti-corruption study
  • Public budgeting and finance management
  • Environmental leadership
Teaching Interest
  • Public management
  • Public budgeting and the management of financial resources
  • Social research methods
Professional Profile

Dr. Hanyu Xiao is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) of the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (FLASS) at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). Previously, he was a Visiting Fellow and Postdoctoral Fellow at City University of Hong Kong.

Dr. Xiao’s current research interests include corruption and anti-corruption reform, public budgeting and the management of financial resources. He uses both qualitative and quantitative methods in conducting research. His recent publications appear in Policy Studies Journal, Environmental Politics, Governance, Social Indicators Research, Policy & Society, Public Administration & Development, Public Money & Management, and some Chinese journals.

Dr. Xiao obtained his PhD degree from City University of Hong Kong, and MA and BA degrees from Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China.

Research Interest

  • Corruption and anti-corruption study
  • Public budgeting and finance management
  • Environmental leadership
Teaching Interest

  • Public management
  • Public budgeting and the management of financial resources
  • Social research methods
Selected Output

Scholarly Books, Monographs and Chapters
Xiao, H., & Xu, J. (2020). The development of fiscal transparency in China: A critical review. Zang X and Chan H (Eds.), Handbook of Public Policy and Public Administration in China (151-168). UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

Journal Publications
Xiao H.Y., Tu W.Y. (2021). The Season’s Choice: Four Noteworthy Chinese Publications in Winter 2020. China Public Administration Review, 3(1), 153-173.
Wang, X., Xiao, H., Chen, K., & Niu, X. (2020). Why administrative leaders take pro‐environmental leadership actions: Evidence from an eco‐compensation programme in China. Environmental Policy and Governance, 38, 385-398.
肖漢宇、吳玉潔(2020):研究選題與方法:2020年第二季度公共管理研究佳作評介,《Tsinghua University’s Public Management Review [清華大學—公共管理評論]》,3,1-19。
鄔彬、肖漢宇(2020):大數據應用與腐敗治理:基於“互聯網+監督”的深度個案研究,《暨南学报(哲学社会科学版)》,2020(10),78-94。
Wang, X., Xiao, H., Yan, B., & Xu, J. (2020). New development: Administrative accountability and early responses during public health crises—lessons from Covid-19 in China. Public Money & Management, Online, 1-5.
Xiao, H., Gong, T., Yu, C., Juang, W.‑J., & Yuan, B. (2020). Citizens’ confidence in government control of corruption: An empirical analysis. Social Indicators Research, 152, 877-897.
肖漢宇、公婷、勞婕(2020):行賄意願差異與大灣區廉政合作治理:基於A市與香港的比較研究,《公共行政評論》,13,125-141。
Xu J.Y., Wang X.H. & Xiao H.Y. (2020). How environmental bureaucrats influence funding legislation: An information processing perspective. Environmental Politics, xxx, 1-22.
Hanyu Xiao, XiaoHu Wang, Cheol Liu (2019). Budgetary Punctuations: A Fiscal Management Perspective. Policy Studies Journal, online, 1-23.
公婷、肖漢宇、楊麗天晴(2018):社會嵌入式廉政治理——香港的經驗與啟示,《復旦公共行政評論》,第19輯,頁 114-137。
公婷、楊麗天晴、肖漢宇(2018):何謂反腐敗的成功?——理論與實踐,《廉政研究》,1,3-23。
Wilson Wong & Hanyu XIAO (2018). Twenty Years of Hong Kong and Macao under Chinese Rule: Their Absorption under “One Country, Two Systems”. Public Money & Management, 38, 411-418.
Gong T. & Xiao H.Y. (2017). Socially Embedded Anti-Corruption Governance: Evidence from Hong Kong. Public Administration and Development, 37, 176-190.
Gong T. & Xiao H.Y. (2017). The formation and impact of isomorphic pressures: extravagant position-related consumption in China. Governance, 30, 387-405.
Xiao H.Y. (2016). Public Financial Management and the Campaign against Extravagant Position-Related Consumption in China. The Journal of Chinese Governance, 1, 546-563.
Li H., Gong T., & Xiao H.Y. (2016). The Perception of Anti-corruption Efficacy in China: An Empirical Analysis. Social Indicators Research, 125, 885-903.
Li H., Xiao H.Y. & Gong T. (2015). The Impact of Economic Well-being on Perceptions of Anti-corruption Performance: Evidence from China. Policy & Society, 34, 97-109.

All Other Outputs
肖漢宇、陳泳宜(2020):打造健康營商環境,滋養私企廉潔土壤,上海。
徐菁媛、肖漢宇(2020):中国的财政透明:进展、挑战与新方向,中国,澎湃。
肖漢宇、王藝淇(2020):用好監督和財政管理制度、保障抗疫和復工複產,中国,檢察日報。
肖漢宇、李毓晨(2020):中產階層視角下的香港稅制,中国,澎湃。

Project

Administrative Accountability and Early Responses during Public Health Crises
It seeks to enhance the government's response to public health crises by strengthening the administrative incentives for local governments.
Project Start Year: 2019, Principal Investigator(s): WANG, XiaoHu (XIAO, Hanyu 肖漢宇 as Co-Investigator)
 
Citizens’ Confidence in Government Control of Corruption
It seeks to explain citizens' confidence in government to fight corruption, by employing survey data from Hong Kong, mainland China and Taiwan.
Project Start Year: 2019, Principal Investigator(s): XIAO, Hanyu 肖漢宇
 
How environmental bureaucrats influence funding legislation: An information processing perspective
It seeks to explain how environmental bureaucrats influence legislature decision.
Project Start Year: 2019, Principal Investigator(s): XU, Jingyuan (XIAO, Hanyu 肖漢宇 as Co-Investigator)
 
Legislative-executive Interplay and Agenda Setting: Filibustering in Hong Kong
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Project Start Year: 2019, Principal Investigator(s): XIAO, Hanyu 肖漢宇
 
Regulation and Corruption
This project seeks to enrich the intellectual understanding between regulation and corruption, which is an overdue topic in the existing literature. In particular, it contextualizes the relationship in healthcare domain. The project is also helpful for the PI’s teaching in research method courses, such as SSC4260 and PPG6001.
Project Start Year: 2019, Principal Investigator(s): XIAO, Hanyu 肖漢宇
 
Big Data Application and Anti-Corruption Reform 大數據應用與腐敗治理
This project seeks to investigate the role of big data applications in curbing and preventing corruption.
Project Start Year: 2018, Principal Investigator(s): XIAO, Hanyu 肖漢宇
 
Budgetary Punctuations in Hong Kong
This project analyzes the budgetary punctuations in Hong Kong over the last four decades.
Project Start Year: 2018, Principal Investigator(s): WANG, XiaoHu (XIAO, Hanyu 肖漢宇 as Collaborator)