Yufan HAO 郝雨凡

Chair Professor
Member of the University Affairs Coordination Committee, UM
UM Senate Member
Member of the General Affairs Committee, UM Senate


Contact Information

Tel: +853 8822 8348
Fax: +853 8822 2336
Office: Room 4019, Humanities and Social Sciences Building (E21B)
E-mail: yhao@um.edu.mo


Curriculum Vitae

  • Ph.D, Johns Hopkins University, USA (1989)
  • M.A. in International Relations, Johns Hopkins University, USA (1984)
  • Post-graduate study in History of International Relations, Nanjing University, China (1982)
  • B.A. in English Language and Literature, Heilongjiang University, China (1981)
  • Chinese Foreign Policy
  • Sino-American Relations
  • Corruption Issues
  • International Political Economy
  • Northeast Asian Security
  • Macaology
  • David Zweig & Yufan Hao (eds),Sino – U.S. Energy Triangle: Resource diplomacy under hegemony, London: Routledge, Jul 2015, 308pp
  • Yufan Hao, “The Openning and Closing of American Consulate in Macao in the mid19th Century: a History Revisit”, Historical Research《歷史研究》pp. 74-87. (2015) (CSSCI, the top journal in China in History).
  • Weihua Liu & Yufan Hao, “Australia in China’s Grand Strategy”, Asian Survey, Vol.54, No. 2 (2014), pp.369 – 394 [SSCI]
  • Zhenglai Deng & Yufan Hao (eds), Social Justice in Transitional China, (in Chinese), Guilin: Guangxi Normal University Press, May 2013, 618 pp.
  • Yufan Hao & Weihua Liu, “Xinjiang – The Increasing Pain in the Heart of China's Borderlands". Journal of Contemporary China, Vol.20, No.72, (March, 2012), pp.205-225. [SSCI]
  • Yufan Hao & Jianwei Wang (eds), Macau and U.S-China Relations, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books. 2011. 340 pp.
  • Yufan Hao (ed), Sino-American Relations: Challenges Ahead London: Ashgate, (Nov. 2010), 254 pp.
  • Yufan Hao & Ying Hou, “Chinese Foreign Policy Making: A Comparative Perspective". Public Administration Review (PAR). Vol. 69, Issue Supplement s1, (January 2010), pp. s136-s141. [SSCI]
  • Yufan Hao and Lin Su, Chinese Foreign Policy Making: Societal Forces in Chinese American Policy Making, co-edited, London: Ashgate, 2005. 227 pp.

Hao Yufan is Chair Professor of Political Science and Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Macau. He obtained his M.A. (1984) and Ph.D. (1989) from Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies. He was a MacArthur Fellow at Harvard University’s Center for International Affairs (1988-1989) and in 1990 joined the faculty at Colgate University, where from 2003 to 2005 he held the Robert Hung Ngai Ho Professorship of Asian Studies. Professor Hao joined the University of Macau in 2005 and until 2013, served as Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities. Previously, he has been a senior visiting professor at Beijing Normal University (1993), Peking University (1999-2000), Tsinghua University (2003), and Renmin University of China (2003), and has also been an international fellow at the Johns Hopkins Nanjing Center (2005), a senior visiting fellow at Keio University (2006-2007), and a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution (2012). He holds honorary adjunct professorships at Fudan University, Shanghai University of International Studies, Beijing Foreign Affairs University, Sun Yat-sen University, Jinan University and Harbin Normal University.

In addition to serving on the editorial boards of several leading academic journals in China and elsewhere in Asia, Professor Hao is also Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Macao Studies (澳门研究) and the Blue Book of Macau (澳门蓝皮书). He has written and edited 24 books and monographs and authored more than 50 journal articles and book chapters on Chinese politics, Chinese foreign relations, U.S.-China relations, and Macao studies, publishing in such journals as Asian Survey, Asian Perspective, Journal of Democracy, Journal of Contemporary China, the China Quarterly, Issues and Studies, Chinese Social Science Quarterly and Historical Research. His most recent books include Sino – U.S. Energy triangle (Routledge, 2015); Social Justice in Transitional China (Guangxi Normal University Press, 2013); Macaology: An Introduction(Chinese Social Science Academic Press 2011); Macau and U.S-China Relations (Lexington Books, Maryland, 2011); Sino-American Relations: Challenges Ahead (Ashgate, London 2010); Challenges to Chinese Foreign Policy: Diplomacy, Globalization and the Next World Power (University Press of Kentucky, 2009); 30 Years of Development in Chinese Social Sciences and Humanities (Fudan University Press, 2008); Chinese Foreign Policy Making: Societal Forces in Chinese American Policy Making (Ashgate, London, co-edited, 2005); Bush’s Dilemma: Experts on the Possible Trend of American Foreign Policy (Shishi, Beijing, 2005); Power of the Moment: America and the World after 9/11 (Xinhua, Beijing, co-authored, 2002); and White House China Decision (Renmin, Beijing, 2002).  He is also a regular contributor to China Newsweek, the Global Times, Caijing Magazine and Nanfeng Chuang.