CHAU, C.M., FOSTER, L., YU, W. K. and YU, Y. P., 2017. Defamilisation/Familisation Measures and pension income of women – the case of Taiwan Asian Social Work and Policy Review. 11(2), 116-123 CHAU, C. M., YU, W. K., FOSTER, L. and LAU, M., 2017. Defamilisation Measures and Women’s Labour Force Participation – a Comparative Study of Twelve Countries Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy. 33(1), 73-86 YU, W. K., CHAU, C. M. and LEE, K. M., 2015. Using Defamilisation Typologies to Study the Confucian Welfare Regime Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy. 31(1), 74-93 CHAU, C.M., YU, W. K. and LAW, S. F., 2014. Culturally Sensitive Health Care Services for Chinese People in Britain Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work. 23(3-4), 256-270
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2014. The Usefulness of the Political Economy Perspective to the Analysis of Social Welfare in Hong Kong – A Case Study of the Retirement Protection Measures Taiwan United Way Review. 3(1), 101-117
YU, W. K., CHAU, C. M., BOXALL, K. and CHUNG, C. Y., 2014. Looking to the East and the West: the Double-Attachment Strategy used by the Hong Kong Government to Develop Welfare to Work Measures for Lone Parents Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy. 30(2), 93-106
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2013. Defamilisation of 22 Countries – its Implications for the Study of East Asian Welfare Regime Social Policy and Society. 12(3), 355-367
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2012. Understanding the Diverse Health Needs of Chinese People in Britain and Developing Culturally Sensitive Services Journal of Social Work. 12, 385-403
CHAU, C. M., 2012. Adulthood: Some Comparative and International Perspectives. In: LYONS, K., HOKENSTAD, M., PAWAR, M., HUEGLER, N. and HALL, N., eds., Sage Handbook of International Social Work Sage.
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2011. Studying the Ethnocentric Bias in the Comparative Studies of Social Welfare Development and Society. 40(2), 173-194
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2011. Ethnocentric Bias in the Comparative Study of Social Welfare – the Case of elfare Reforms in Hong Kong Journal of Comparative Social Welfare. 27(3), 233-242
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2011. The Diversity Based Approach to Culturally Sensitive Practices International Social Work. 54, 21-33
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2011. Is Welfare UnAsian – A Brief Discussion of the Development of Welfare in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. In: East Asian Welfare Systems: the Role of Globalisation, Culture and Government Chinese Society Press.
CHAU, C. M. and WU, S., eds., 2011. I Want a Job - An Exploration of Youth Employment Issues in Hong Kong The University of Hong Kong.
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2010. The Sensitivity of United Kingdom Health-care Services to the Diverse Needs of Chinese-origin Older People Ageing and Society. 30(3), 383-401
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2009. Social Quality and Social Harmony Campaign in Hong Kong. Development and Society Development and Society. 38(2), 277-295
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2009. Cultural Sensitive Approach to Health and Social Care: Uniformity and Diversity with the Chinese Community in Britain International Social Work. 52(6), 773-784
CHAU, C. M., 2009. Socialism and Social Dimension of Work – Employment Policies on Disabled Groups in China Hong Kong Journal of Social Work. 43(1), 19-29
CHAU, C. M., 2008. Health Experiences of Chinese People in the UK, A Racial Equality Foundation Briefing Paper Racial Equality Foundation.
BOXALL, K., WARREN, L. and CHAU, C. M., 2007. User Involvement. In: HODGSON, S. M. and IRVING, Z., eds., Policy Reconsidered: Meaning, Politics and Practices The Policy Press.
CHAU, C. M., 2007. The Involvement of Chinese Older People: Aspirations and Expectations Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
PAYNE, S., CHAPMAN, A., HOLLOWAY, M., SEYMOUR, J. E. and CHAU, R., 2005. Chinese Community Views: Promoting Cultural Competence in Palliative care Journal of Palliative Care. VOL 21(NUMB 2), 111-116
YEUNG, A., CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2004. Managing Social Exclusion – The Strategies Used by Managerial Women in Hong Kong and Guangzhou International Social Work. 47(4), 503-513
YEUNG, A., CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2004. The Strategies Used by the Chinese Managerial Women to Cope with Social Exclusion Asian Women. 18, 101-122
GERRISH, K., CHAU, C. M., SOBOWALE, A. and BIRKS, E., 2004. Bridging the Language Barriers: the Use of Interpreters in Primary Care Nursing Health and Social Care in Community. 12(5), 407-413
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2003. Marketisation and Residualisation - Recent Reforms in the Medical Financing System in Hong Kong Social Policy and Society. 2(3), 199-207
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2002. Coping with Social Exclusion: Experiences of Chinese Women in Three Societies Asian Women. 14, 103-127
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2001. Making Welfare Subordinate to Market Activities: Reconstructing Social Security in Hong Kong and Mainland China European Journal of Social Work. 4(3), 291-301
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 2001. Social Exclusion of Chinese People in Britain Critical Social Policy. 21(1), 103-125
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 1999. Social Welfare and Economic Development in China and Hong Kong Critical Social Policy. 19(1), 87-107
CHAU. C. M. and YU, W. K., 1998. Occupational Therapy Stations in China: Economic Integration or Economic Stratification for People with Learning Difficulties International Social Work. 41(1), 7-21
YU, W. K. and CHAU, C. M., 1997. The Sexual Division of Care in China and Hong Kong International Urban and Regional Research. 21(4), 607-619
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., 1996. Examination of the Occupational Therapy Stations in Guangzhou with Reference to the Shared Care Approach Hong Kong Journal of Social Work. XXX(2), 18-24
CHAU, C. M., 1995. The Functions of Negative Aspects of Welfare in Capitalist Societies: A Case Study of Temporary Accommodation for the Homeless in Britain and Housing Policy for Small Households in Hong Kong International Social Work. 38, 87-102
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., Pragmatism, Globalism and Culturalism: Health Pluralism of Chinese People in Britain. In: SHAW, I. and KAUPPINEN, K., eds., The Definition and Construction of Health and Illness: European Perspectives
CHAU, C. M. and YU, W. K., From Double Attachment to Double Detachment: Chinese Older People in Britain. In: NOLAN, M., WARREN, L. and WARNE, T., eds., Care Services for Later Life: Transformation and Critiques