|Asst Prof Ana Cristina Dias Alves||Her research focus is on Chinese Foreign Policy, particularly China’s relations with developing regions in the southern hemisphere. Over the past decade her research has focused on China’s economic cooperation with Africa, focusing on its engagement in extractive industries, infrastructure development, economic and trade cooperation zones on the continent and more recently on knowledge transfer between china and Africa and its developmental impact. Her research interests also encompass comparative analysis, namely regarding China’s engagement in other developing regions (South America and Southeast Asia in particular), as well as comparing China’s developmental approach with that of other emerging powers in the southern hemisphere.
|Assoc Prof Chen Chung-An||Dr. Chen is interested in a variety of public and nonprofit management issues. His has published articles on work motivation, nonstandard work arrangements, knowledge creation, and government contracting. His most recent publications pertain to public service motivation, bonus pay, motivation crowding, and self-determination theory.
|Asst Prof Chou Meng-Hsuan||Regionalism and regional integration (European Union, ASEAN)
Institutional and organisational theory
Migration and asylum policy
Research and higher education policy (knowledge policies)
|Asst Prof Christopher Holman||My current research interests are in the history of political thought (particularly early-modern and modern), contemporary political theory, critical theory, democratic theory, political anthropology, and psychoanalysis and politics.
|Asst Prof Christopher Peter Trigg||The American Puritans
The Radical Enlightenment
Religion in American Literature
|Mr Chua Chong Jin||Creative works (eg biographies, poetry, literary journalism, book and movie reviews)
Commissioned works (eg coffee table books for clients to mark special events or anniversaries)
In-depth features on issues in developing countries in Asia as well as profiles on movers & shakers in fields like politics, business, academia, IT, sports, entertainment and the arts.
Communication strategies - eg the communication styles of leading personalities in different fields
The increasing importance of communication skills in the new economy and its implications (eg the type of teachers needed; the nature of communications training in formal education etc)
Changing media landscape and its implications
Language patterns in speaking and writing
|Prof (Adj) Goh Nguen Wah||Dr. Goh's areas of interests include: government and politics of Singapore, government's media, education and language policies, language planning; the rise of China and the global Chinese language fever, the prospects of Chinese language in a globalized world, cross-cultural studies, journalism of the West and the East.
|Prof Guido Gianasso||Cultural Intelligence, Global Leadership and Change Management
|Asst Prof Ho Hau Yan Andy||Primary Area of Focus:
Community Health Psychology, Qualitative Psychology, Participatory Action Research.
Psychosocial Gerontology, End-of-Life and Palliative Care, Formal and Informal Caregiving, Expressive Arts and Holistic Therapy, Compassion and Mindfulness Training, Medical Humanities, Community Empowerment.
|Asst Prof Ian Rowen||Cultural and political geography, social movements, tourism, transitional justice, innovation, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia.