Tak-Wing NGO 吳德榮

Professor


Contact Information

Tel: +853 8822 8306
Office: Room 4046, Humanities and Social Sciences Building (E21)
E-mail: TWNgo@um.edu.mo


Full List of Publications

  • PhD, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (1996)
  • MA (Comparative Asian Studies), University of Hong Kong (1989)
  • BSocSc (Political Science), University of Hong Kong (1985)
  • State Making and Development
  • Rent-seeking Politics
  • Institutional Voids in Developmental Governance
  • Eva P.W. Hung and Tak-Wing Ngo, The Shadow Economy in Greater China (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, forthcoming 2018/9).
  • Eva P.W. Hung and Tak-Wing Ngo, eds., Shadow Economies across the New Silk Road (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, forthcoming 2018/9).
  • Tak-Wing Ngo and Eva P.W. Hung, eds., Special issue on Cross-border Shadow Exchanges in Asia, Journal of Contemporary Asia 48 (2018).
  • Tak-Wing Ngo and Eva P.W. Hung, “Cross-border Shadow Exchanges and Checkpoint Politics”, Journal of Contemporary Asia 48 (2018).
  • Eva P.W. Hung and Tak-Wing Ngo, “Organized Informality and Suitcase Trading in the Pearl River Delta Region”, Journal of Contemporary Asia 48 (2018).
  • Tak-Wing Ngo, “State-Business Relations in China’s Changing Economic Order”, in Business, Government and Economic Institutions in China, ed. Xiaoke Zhang and Tianbiao Zhu (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018).
  • Tak-Wing Ngo, “Overcoming Institutional Voids during Market Transition: Private Sector Financing in China”, Sociétés Politiques Comparées 42 (2018).
  • Tak-Wing Ngo, “Variegated Capitalism and Varieties of Modernity”, in Multiple Modernities and Good Governance, ed. Thomas Meyer and José Luís de Sales Marques (London: Routledge, 2018).
  • Tak-Wing Ngo, “A Genealogy of Business and Politics in Hong Kong,” in Routledge Handbook of contemporary Hong Kong, ed. Tai-lok Lui, Stephen Wing-Kai Chiu and Ray Yep (London: Routledge, 2018).
  • Eva P.W. Hung and Tak-Wing Ngo, “Borderless Exchanges vs. Locational Embeddedness: Shadow Capital Flow in Greater China,” in Shadow Economies across the New Silk Road, ed. Eva P.W. Hung and Tak-Wing Ngo(Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, forthcoming 2018/9).
  • Tak-Wing Ngo, Cunyi Yin and Zhilin Tang, “Scalar Restructuring of the Chinese State: The Subnational Politics of Development Zones”, Environment and Planning C (Politics and Space) vol. 35, no. 1 (2017).

Tak-Wing Ngo is Professor of Political Science at the University of Macau. He holds a Ph.D. from SOAS at the University of London and worked as an anti-corruption official and journalist before joining Leiden University where he taught politics for 15 years. He holds the Extraordinary Chair Professorship in Asian History at Erasmus University Rotterdam and heads the International Institute for Asian Studies’ (IIAS) Centre for Regulation and Governance in the Netherlands. Professor Ngo is the editor of the referred journal China Information and the book series Governance in Asia published by NIAS Press (Copenhagen). He is author or editor of 20 books on East Asian politics and political economy.