Eilo Wing-Yat YU 余永逸

Associate Head and Associate Professor

Program Coordinator, Bachelor of Social Sciences in Government and Public Administration


Contact Information

Tel: +853 8822 8324
Office: Room 4048, E21 Humanities and Social Sciences Building (E21B)
E-mail: eiloyu@um.edu.mo

Full List of Publications

  • Ph.D., University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • M.Phil., Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Hong Kong
  • B.Sc., Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Hong Kong
  • Party Development and Organization
  • Election and Democratization
  • Politics on Internet and E-Government
  • Politics and Public Administration of Hong Kong and Macao
    • 余永逸(編)。<澳門:「一國兩制」的典範?>。《香港社會科學學報》,第53期,2019年。
    • Eilo Yu Wing-yat and Rufino Ramos (ed.), Macau-in-Coimbra: Highlights from the EACS’14 Conference, (Macau: International Institute for Macau, 2015).
    • Eilo Yu Wing-yat and Ming K. Chan (eds.), China’s Macao Transformed: Challenge and Development in the 21st Century, (Hong Kong: City University Press, 2014).
    • 余永逸。<與內地的融合:澳門如何走進粵港澳大灣區之路>。《香港社會科學學報》,第53期,2019年,135-160頁。
    • Eilo Yu Wing-yat, “The Mirror Image: How Does the Macao Society Read the Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement?” in The Umbrella Movement: Civil Resistance and Contentious Space in Hong Kong, Ma Ngok and Edmund Cheng (eds.), (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2019), pp.311-334.
    • Eilo Yu Wing-yat and Leo Lei Hou-ieong, “Sports-Politics Puzzle in China’s Macao,” International Journal of the History of Sports, vol.33, iss.11, (2016), pp.1268-1283.
    • Eilo Yu Wing-yat and Natalie Tam Ieok-leng, “The Puzzle of Macao’s Talent Development,” Journal of Asian Education and Development Studies, vol.5, iss.4, (2016), pp.423-437.
    • Eilo Yu Wing-yat, Emma Lao and Ducan Cheong, “E-Politics and the Rising Tide of Youth Activism,” in China’s Macao Transformed: Challenge and Development in the 21st Century, Eilo Wing-yat Yu and Ming K. Chan (eds.), (Hong Kong: City University Press, 2014).
    • Eilo Yu Wing-yat, “Macao’s ‘One Country, Two Systems’: High Autonomy or Intervention?” in Negotiating Autonomy in Greater China: Hong Kong and Its Sovereign Before and After 1997, Ray Yep (ed.), (Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, University of Copenhagen, 2013), pp.207-241.
    • Eilo Yu Wing-yat, “Anti-Corruption Approaches in Macao: Lawmaking and Legal Enforcement,” Journal of Contemporary China, vol.22, no.79, (January 2013), 93-108.
    • Eilo Yu Wing-yat and Natalie Chin Ka-man, “Political Opposition and Democracy in Macao: Revolutionaries or Loyalists?” Government and Opposition, vol.47, no.1, (January 2012), pp.97-116.

Eilo Wing-yat YU is an Associate Professor in the Department of Government and Public Administration, University of Macau. His main research areas are government and politics in Macau and Hong Kong, specifically in civil service and public sectors reform, e-government and e-politics, party politics and election. He has published extensively in both English and Chinese forums. His co-edited book, China’s Macao Transformed: Challenge and Development in the 21st Century was published in 2014. His papers appear in Government and Opposition, Journal of Contemporary China, Journal of Comparative Asian Development, Journal of Elder Protection, Chinese Law and Government etc.