Jin Chan PhD, PGC HE, MPhil, MTech, BEng, FHEA, CEng, CEnv

Associate Professor of Sustainable Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

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Jin Chan

Associate Professor of Sustainable Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship


Dr Chan has a broad research interest and published broadly in many topics such as entrepreneurship; innovation; strategy; sustainability; creative, cultural, and tourism sectors management; industry policy; energy (renewable) policy; industrial organisation; and urban cluster and gentrification. He has an extensive collaboration network worldwide and has experience in doing fieldwork research in Europe, Africa, China and South East Asia.

His research in evolution of policy and industrial structure in energy sector is based at Energy Policy Research Group at University of Cambridge. Dr Chan also has 20 years of experience in energy and environment industries in various senior positions. He has also worked, in various roles such as PI, Co-I or project manager, on more than ten research projects funded by governments and industries, including from European Commission, Interreg, UKRI, Newton Fund Programme, China and Malaysian governments.

Recently, Dr Chan does research in clean-tech, e-commerce, creative and cultural sector, and tourism sectors in the UK, Europe, China and other countries in Asia, contributing to theoretical understanding of international entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship orientation, entrepreneurship ecosystem, innovation diffusion, innovation ecosystem, industrial lifecycle, resource-based views, and sustainability.

Awards

  • 2018 Best Paper Award, International Conference on Knowledge, Innovation and Enterprise
  • 2018 Best International Paper Award, Conference on Creativity and Innovation for Smart Societies and Sustainable Development, Asia Forum on Business Education
  • 2016 Nominated Most Outstanding Contribution to Student Experience (University wide) @ University of Greenwich
  • 2015 Outstanding Contribution to Reviewing Award, Energy Policy, Elsevier
  • 2007 ESRC-Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Dorothy Hodgkin Award tenable @ University of Cambridge
  • 2005 International Travel Grant- Cambridge Commonwealth Trusts & Royal Academy of Engineering UK, tenable @ University of Cambridge
  • 2007 ESRC-Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Dorothy Hodgkin Award tenable @ University of Cambridge
  • 2005 Travel Award - Cambridge Commonwealth Trusts & Royal Academy of Engineering UK
  • 2004 Shell Centenary & Chevening Award, tenable @ University of Cambridge
  • 2001 Best Postal Award – 1st International Conference on Life Cycle Management, Copenhagen

Recognition

  • Associate Researcher, Energy Policy Research Group, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.
  • Expert Panel, i3 Centre (Innovation, Imagination, & Inspiration), University of Greenwich.
  • 2020: Academy of Management Annual Meeting: AOM2020 Digital Session Chair "Embracing Decolonising-Colonizing Dynamics within Management and Organisational Knowledge"
  • Jul 2016-Dec 2020. International Expert: Payment for Ecosystem Services Financing Mechanisms and Policy Framework (2016YFC050/3406), WP Leader: Chinese Academy of Fiscal Sciences (CAFS); Project: Contributions and Measurements of Eco-assets, Payment of Ecosystem Services, and Eco-technologies: Theories, Technological Systems and Practical Applications (2016YFC0503400; ~£2.5 million), PI: Chinese Academy of Environmental Planning (CAEP). Funder: National Key R&D Program of China.
  • 2018. Keynote Speaker: Plenary Session: Biodiversity for Business: International Conference on Tropical Biodiversity, UTAR, Malaysia.
  • 2016, July. Expert Panel: Empowering Youth through Green Jobs & Entrepreneurship United Nations Campus, Germany.
  • 2012 Advisor, Project Vision - commissioned by the President of Togo, Africa and led by Sir Paul Judge (UK) in the capacity of an adviser of the Presidential Investment Advisory Council of Togo.

Editorial services & Ad-hoc reviewing services:

Editorial Advisory Board Member:

  • Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration, Emerald Publishing

Grants & Journal Article Reviewing

  • Member, ESRC (UK) Grant Review Board. Reviewing grant for ESRC, EPSRC and MRC
  • 2018 International Expert Review Panel, Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions grant, Le Studium Research Fellowship, Le Studium Loire Valley Institute for Advanced Studies

Journal reviewer: Publons Reviewer Profile: 1270711

European Management Review; Business Strategy and Environment; International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management; Journal of Destination Marketing and Management; Journal of Sustainable Tourism; Energy Journal, International Association of Energy Economics; Energy Policy; Industrial Management and Data System; Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration; Energy and Environment; Sage Open; International Journal of Tourism Cities; British Academy of Management Annual Conference; Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship Annual Conference

Energy Policy (Outstanding contribution)

Invited Lectures & Public Engagements

  1. 2019, Dec 27. Social Network Analysis of Innovation Cluster in Creative and Cultural Value Chain: Case of George Town World Heritage Site, Newton Fund Programme UK. Wuhan University, China.
  2. 2019, Dec 16 - 19. Research Lecture Series. Minzu University of China.
  3. 2019, May. Sustainable Heritage Tourism: Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Community. Institute of Technology Management, National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan.
  4. 2019, Apr. Sustainable heritage tourism development in China: Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the community, Universiti TAR, Malaysia.
  5. 2019, Jan. Entrepreneurial Orientation of Firms in the Creative and Cultural Sector in George Town, Penang. Newton Fund Public Workshop, Penang Institute, Malaysia.
  6. 2018, Dec. Social Network Analysis of Innovation Cluster in Creative and Cultural Value Chain: Case of George Town World Heritage Site, Newton Fund Programme UK. Hangzhou Dianzhi University, China.
  7. 2018, Dec. Social Network Analysis of Innovation Cluster in Creative and Cultural Value Chain: Case of George Town World Heritage Site, Newton Fund Programme UK. Beijing Normal University, China.
  8. 2018, Oct. Public Forum Panel: Conservation of Biodiversity, A Way Forward for Better Life, Perak, Malaysia.
  9. 2018, Sept. Panel Judge, Shell liveWire Smart Future Programme, Business Start-up Competition.
  10. 2018, Jan. Building SEM Model for Residents Perceptions and Support for Tourism. Business School, Zhejiang University, China.
  11. 2017, Apr. Workshop: Social Network Analysis for Creative & Cultural Sector. Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang.
  12. 2017, June. Responses to the Challenges of Cultural World Heritage Sites: Self-gentrification through innovation and entrepreneurship of local residents. Business School, Zhejiang University, China.
  13. 2017, Feb. Preparation for writing a funding bid: a mountain to climb? Bid Writing Workshop, University of Greenwich, London.
  14. 2016, June. Role of innovation & entrepreneurship in self-gentrification. Institute of Technology Management, National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan.
  15. 2016, May. World Famous Scholar Lecture Series: Writing for journal publication. Minzu University of China.
  16. 2015, May. World Famous Scholar Lecture Series: Business Research Methods. Minzu University of China.
  17. 2015, Apr. The Dynamics of Industrial Evolution: The Case of Global Bioethanol Industry. Beijing Normal University.
  18. 2015, Apr. Competing Policy Objectives at Energy-Climate-Food/Agriculture Nexus: The Bio-energy Industrial Policy in Europe and Asia. Beijing Normal University.
  19. 2015, Apr. Competition in Industrial Policy: Comparing Bio-energy Policy in China, Thailand, and the Philippines. Beijing Normal University.
  20. 2015, Apr. Gentrification, Water and Energy in International Development. Institute of Internationla Development, China Agriculture University.
  21. 2015, Apr. Self-gentrification in minority regions of China. Minzu University of China.
  22. 2015, Apr. The Dynamics of Industrial Evolution: The Case of Global Bioethanol Industry. IBSS Research Seminar No.15 (2014/15), Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University, China.
  23. 2014, June. World Famous Scholar Lecture Series: Business Research Methods. Minzu University of China.
  24. 2013, Nov. Technology and Culture Seminar. King's College, University of Cambridge.
  25. 2013, Jul. World Famous Scholar Lecture Series: Business Research Methods. Minzu University of China.
  26. 2013, Jan 15. Biofuel Policy and Development in Asia. Asia-Pacific Technology Network. Fasken Martineau Law Firm, London.
  27. 2010, Apr. Dynamics of Global Biofuels Industry. Energy and Environment Seminar, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.
  28. 2010, Apr. Sustainability of Biofuels. Greenbridge Seminar, University of Cambridge.
  29. 2007, Nov. Renewables Discussion Seminar, Cambridge University Energy Network; University of Cambridge.

Research / Scholarly interests

Dr Chan has a broad research interest and published broadly in many topics such as entrepreneurship; innovation; strategy; sustainability; creative, cultural, and tourism sectors management; industry policy; energy (renewable) policy; industrial organisation; and urban cluster and gentrification. He has an extensive collaboration network worldwide and has experience in doing fieldwork research in Europe, Africa, China and South East Asia.

His research in evolution of policy and industrial structure in energy sector is based at Energy Policy Research Group at University of Cambridge. Dr Chan also has 20 years of experience in energy and environment industries in various senior positions. He has also worked, in various roles such as PI, Co-I or project manager, on more than ten research projects funded by governments and industry including from European Commission, China and Malaysian governments.

Recently, Dr Chan does research in clean-tech, e-commerce, creative and cultural sector, and tourism sectors in the UK, China and other countries in Asia, contributing to theoretical understanding of international entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship orientation, entrepreneurship ecosystem, innovation diffusion, innovation ecosystem, industrial lifecycle, resource-based views, and sustainability.

PhD student supervision:

Welcome application for doctoral study in related fields.

Key funded projects

  • Co-Investigator (Greenwich Lead), FACET: Facilitate Adoption of Circular Entrepreneurship in Tourism and leisure sector. Funded by EU Interreg (Valued at €3.9 million (total project) / €600,000 (Greenwich))
  • Principal Investigator, Social Network Analysis of Innovation Cluster in Creative and Cultural Value Chain: Case of George Town World Heritage Site. Funded by RCUK/ESRC & Newton Fund Programme (ES/P010377/1) (Valued at £120,137)
  • Co-Investigator, National Social Science Foundation, China (~£40,000). "Sustainable Rural Tourism and Residents Participation"(18BJY203), (PI: Prof WF Wang, Zhejiang University). May 2018 - 2021.
  • Co-Investigator, SUK Chief Minister Office, State of Perak, Malaysia. "Research on History and Culture of Kinta Valley, Perak", (PI: Prof. TC Toh, Universiti TAR, Malaysia). Feb 19 - Dec 23.
  • Principal Investigator, Institutional Dimensions of Entrepreneurship Orientation: Case of Firms along Technology Supply Chain in China and Taiwan. Funded by REA Research Fund & SCM Research Group Funding, University of Greenwich.
  • Co-PI, Diffusion of Environmental Practices and Innovations in China. Funded by Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities of China (valued at £20,000)
  • Pan Regional Prospects for Fuel Ethanol in Indonesia, Vietnam, Laos & Cambodia. Funded by European Commission: EC-ASEAN Energy Facility 159/2005 (valued at £200,000)
  • Increasing the Market Awareness of the Benefits of Energy Efficiency Improvements at Sugar Mills and Paper Mills in Vietnam, the Philippines and Indonesia. Funded by European Commission: EC-ASEAN Energy Facility 135&136-2005 (valued at £400,000)
  • Assessment and Ranking of Sites for Potential Coal-Fired Power Stations. Funded by TNB Research (valued at £50,000)
  • Management Information System for Hydroelectric Catchment. Funded by TNB Research (valued at £400,000)

Recent publications

Academic Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles: 

  1. Wang, W., Ying, S.*, Mejia, C., Wang, Y., Qi, X., Chan, J.H., 2020. Independent travelers' niche hotel booking motivations: The emergence of a hybrid cultural society. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 89: 102573.
  2. Qi, X., Chan, J.H.*, Hu, J., Li, Y., 2020. Cross Border Electronic Commerce as a New Market Entry Mode. Industrial Marketing Management, 89, 50-60.
  3. Ying, S., Chan J.H., Qi, X.*, 2020. Why are Chinese and North American guests satisfied or dissatisfied with hotels? An application of big data analysis. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management.
  4. Chan, J.H.*, Reiner, D., 2019. Evolution in Inter-firm Governance along the Transport Biofuel Value Chain in Four Maritime Silk Road Countries. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, 122: 268-282.
  5. Chan, J.H.*, Iankova, K., Zhang, Y., McDonald, T., Qi, X., 2016. The role of self-gentrification in sustainable tourism: Indigenous entrepreneurship at Honghe Hani Rice Terraces World Heritage Site, China, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 24 (8&9), 1262-1279.
  6. Wang, W., Su, C., Chan, J.H., Qi, X.*, 2020. Operational risks and coping strategies of micro-enterprise in peer-to-peer accommodation service sector: Evidences from China. Industrial Management and Data Systems.
  7. Chan, J.H.*, Reiner, D., 2019. Dominance by birthright: How do new entrants become survivors and grow? Industrial Management and Data Systems, 119(9): 1888-1907.
  8. Zhang, Y., Chan, J.H.*, Ji, Z., Sun, L., Lane, B., Qi, X., 2020. The Influence of Community Factors on Local Entrepreneurs' Support for Tourism. Current Issues in Tourism, 23(14), 1758-1772.
  9. Chan, J.H., Hashim, I.H.M., Khoo, S.L., Lean, H.H. *, Piterou, A., 2020. Entrepreneurial orientation of traditional and modern cultural organisations: Cases in George Town UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cogent Social Science
  10. Pooley, A., Chan, J.H.*, 2020. Performance Framework for Agile Implementation in the Gig-Economy. International Journal of Business Performance Management.
  11. Ehigiamusoe, K.U., Lean, H.H.*, Chan, J.H., 2020. The Influence of Macroeconomic Stability on Financial Development in Developing Economies: Evidence from the West African Region. Singapore Economics Review, 65(4): 837-856.
  12. Zhang, Y., Ji, Z., Chan, J.H., Pan, X., 2016. Tourism gentrification and sustainable development in heritage site's farming culture: A case study of Yuanyang Rice Terraces UNESCO World Landscape Heritage Site. Journal of the Central University for Nationalities (Philosophy and Social Sciences). ISSN 1005-8575. (In Chinese)
  13. Chan, J.H.*, 2010. EU Bio-Energy Policy: Sustainability Requirements and Challenges. Chemical Enterprise Management, 3.
  14. Rosly, A., Low, K.S., Chan, J.H., Mohd Noh, A, Kharulmaini, O.S., Sasekumar, A., John K.R, Fauza, A.G., Abdul Yamin, S, Wan Aida, W.Z., Phua, Y.T., Phua, Y.N., Wong, Y.Y., & Mohd Nor, A., 2005. Assessment Parameters for Coal-Fired Generation Plant Site Selection, International Energy Journal, 6(1): 45-54. Book/Book Chapters: 
  1. Chan, J.H.*, Chen, S-Y, Ji, Z., Zhang, Y., Qi, X., 2020. Self-gentrification as a pro-active response to tourism development: Cases of Indigenous entrepreneurship in mainland China and Taiwan, in R. Anderson and R. Colbourne (eds.) Indigenous Wellbeing and Enterprise: Self‐Determination and Sustainable Economic Development, 1st edition. Routledge.
  2. Chan, J.H.*, Iankova, K., Zhang, Y., McDonald, T., Qi, X., 2017. The role of self-gentrification in sustainable tourism, in A. Carr, L. Ruhanen, M. Whitford, B., Lane (eds.) Sustainable Tourism and Indigenous Peoples, Routledge. ISBN:9781138083813.
  3. Chan, J.H.*, Zhang, Y., McDonald, T., Qi, X., 2016. Sustainable tourism in indigenous community: Entrepreneurship and economic development in a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in Indigenous People and Economic Development, Iankova, K. & Hassan A, (eds.), Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-4724-3485-2.
  4. Chan, J.H.*, 2020. Tourism development in community: A double edged sword, in C. Toh (eds.) Stories from Tronoh Pusing and Batu Gajah Areas of Kinta Mines. Unit Hal Ehwal Bukan Islam Negeri Perak. ISBN: 978-967-17955-0-7 (In Chinese) Publication in Practitioner, Industry, Policy Journals
  1. Chan, J.H., 2018. Learning Cities: A need for learning to develop mutually beneficial tourist-resident relations. PIMA Bulletin No 18.
  2. McDonald, T., Zhang, Y., Chan, J.H., 2015. A Cultural Interpretation of Ethnic Tourism: Case Study of Honghe Hani Rice Terrace. Tourism Planning and Design, 16. ISBN: 978-7-112-18202-2.
  3. Chan, J.H., 2013. Penang Economic Outlook: Developing Green Industries in Penang. Penang Monthly, 13(01), Penang Institute: Georgetown (January). ISBN: 978-9-83-222101-2.
  4. Chan, J.H., 2009. EU Biofuel policy: Sustainability requirements and challenges (Chinese). China Chemical News.

Working Papers:

  1. Chan, J.H., Mohd Hashim, I.H., Khoo, S.L., Lean, H.H., Piterou, A., 2018. Is innovation happening in George Town's creative and cultural sectors? A comparative analysis between traditional and modern organisations. No 19989, Greenwich Papers in Political Economy, University of Greenwich, Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre.
  2. Chen, S-Y., Piterou, A., Khoo, S.L., Chan, J.H., 2018. The art hub in the World Heritage Site, Georgetown: a case study of creative sector entrepreneurship in the context of gentrification, No 20204, Greenwich Papers in Political Economy, University of Greenwich, Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre.
  3. Khoo, S.L., Lean, H.H., Mohd. Hashim, I.H., Chan, J.H., Piterou, A., 2018. Creativity and Innovation in Creative Cities: Case of an Innovation Hub in George Town, Penang. No 20341, Greenwich Papers in Political Economy, University of Greenwich, Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre.
  4. Chan, J.H.*, Zhang, Y., Coles, A-M., Qi, X., 2016. Re-engineer cultural "DNA" of an innovation in the process of adoption and diffusion: In the lens of adopters of an eco-innovation in Honghe UNESCO World Heritage Site in Yunnan China, No 15598, Greenwich Papers in Political Economy, University of Greenwich, Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre.
  5. Chan, J.H.*, Reiner, D., 2010. Dynamics of Evolution of Global Fuel-ethanol Industry. EPRG Working Paper Series No.1111 & Cambridge Working Paper in Economics CWPE No.1129, Judge Business School and Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge.

Presentations

  1. 2020. Response to Tourism Development through Self-Gentrification in Indigenous Communities. Featured Symposium, Entrepreneurship Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, AOM 2020, Vancouver. With Qi, X.
  2. 2020 January. Mapping the creative ecology of a World Heritage Site: creative and cultural clusters as social networks. PEC/CMCI seminar: Creative and Cultural Ecologies: Mapping and Understanding. King's College London. With Piterou, A., Lean, H.H., Khoo, S.L., Mohd Hashim, I.H.
  3. Charity pursuing extended growth in its lifecycle from a declining phase. Nonprofits and Philanthropy in a Polarized World: Speaking Truth to Power and Using Power to Speak Truth, ARNOVA's 48th Annual Conference, San Diego, CA USA, 21 - 23 November 2019. With Brown, I.
  4. 2019. Mapping Cultural and Creative Industry Clusters in A World Heritage Site: A Social Network Analysis Approach, British Academy of Management Annual Conference, 2019. With Piterou, A., Lean, H.H., Khoo, S. L., Mohd Hashim, I.H.
  5. 2019. Mapping Cultural and Creative Industry Clusters in a World Heritage Site: A Relational Approach. Regional Studies Association, 2019 Annual Conference, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 5 - 7 June 2019. With Piterou, A., Mohd Hashim, I.H., Lean, H.H., Khoo, S. L.
  6. Developing a rural social innovation ecosystem: A case of Zhushan Town in Taiwan. Sustainability, Technology and Innovation Research Workshop, Greenwich, London. With Lim, S., Chan, J., Nguyen, H-N, Wang, T-I.
  7. 2018. Understanding supply chain leadership. Proceeding of 25th International Annual EurOMA Conference, Budapest, Hungary, July 2018. With Kumar, M., Adebanjo, D., Chan, J., Mukarjee, S.,
  8. 2018. Positive Collaborations: Understanding Positive Relationships among Key Actors in Creative and Cultural Cluster in Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia. Asian Association of Indigenous and Cultural Psychology (AAICP) International Conference, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia, 2018. Mohd. Hashim, I.H., Lean, H.H., Khoo, S.L., Chan, J.H., Piterou, A., Ooi, S.H.
  9. 2018. Biodiversity for Business: Social Innovation and Sustainable Entrepreneurship. International Conference on Tropical Biodiversity, 2018. UTAR.
  10. 2018. Is innovation happening in George Town's creative and cultural industries? A comparative analysis between a traditional & modern organisation. Creativity and Innovation for Smart Societies and Sustainable Development. Asia Forum on Business Education, Phuket. (Best International Paper Award) With Hashim, I.H.M., Khoo, S.L., Lean, H.H., Piterou, A.
  11. 2018. The art hub in the World Heritage Site, Georgetown: a case study of creative sector entrepreneurship in the context of gentrification. International conference on knowledge, innovation and enterprise. Prague, Czech Republic, 2018, (Best Paper Award) With Chen, S-Y, Piterou, A., Khoo, S.L.
  12. 2018. Skillsets currently needed for effective supply chain management leadership. Academy of Business Research, Boston, MA. With Kumar, M., Adebanjo, D., Mishra, A.
  13. 2018. Measuring entrepreneurial orientation of firms in the creative and cultural sector. Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Annual Conference, November 2018, Birmingham, UK. With Lean, H.H.,
  14. 2018. The decline of charities in Kent: How charity is pursuing an extended growth in its lifecycle? Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Annual Conference, November 2018, Birmingham, UK. With Brown, I.
  15. 2018. Performance Framework for Agile Implementation in the Gig-Economy. Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Annual Conference, November 2018, Birmingham, UK. With Pooley, A.
  16. 2017. Transition of economic structure and demography: The case of tourism gentrification in George Town, Penang. Nagasaki, Japan. ISSCO, 2017. With Qi, XG., Lean, H.H.
  17. 2017. Social network analysis of innovation clusters in creative and cultural value chain: Case of George Town World Heritage Site. Perspectives on Responsible Innovation and Sustainable Entrepreneurship Workshop. London. With Piterou A.
  18. 2017. Impact of lean manufacturing and innovation on environmental performance; mediating role of sustainability practices. The 22nd International Symposium on Logistics, 2017. With Reza, M.S, Adebanjo, D
  19. Determinants of residents' perception on tourism based on social exchange theory and levels of community attachment: The case of Mainland Chinese tourists in Taiwan. International Tourism Studies Association (ITSA) Biennial Conference, 2016. London. With Zhang, Y., Ji, Z., Wang, Y.
  20. Re-engineering cultural "DNA" of an innovation in the process of adoption and diffusion: In the lens of adopters of an eco-innovation in Honghe UNESCO World Heritage Site in Yunnan, China. Small steps towards sustainability: exploring the distributed, fragmented and piecemeal aspects of socio-technical change workshop. London. With Zhang, Y., Coles, A.M., Qi, X.
  21. The threats of tourism induced gentrification in indigenous villages: A case in Honghe UNESCO World Heritage Site. 10th International Conference in Cutting Edge Tourism Research: World Heritage Site OUV Protection and Sustainable Tourism. SanQingShan, China. With Ji, Z., Pan, X., Zhang, Y.
  22. Cultural and religious influence in the adoption and diffusion of eco-innovation in Honghe Yunnan – a UNESCO World Heritage Site in China. British Academy of Management Annual Conference 2014. With Zhang, Y., Qi, X.G., McDonald, T.
  23. Tourism's Potential for Learning: Understanding Local Cultural Perspectives on Environment. Conference proceedings: Global Interdisciplinary Business-Economics Advancement Conference, 15-18 May, Florida, USA. With McDonald, T., Zhang, Y.
  24. Will institutional elements foster the formation of an isomorphic inter-organisational governance structure across an industry? British Academy of Management Annual Conference 2013. With Qi, X.G.,
  25. Competing Objectives under An Energy Policy: A Comparative Study for Thailand, China, Vietnam, Philippines Biofuel Policy. Council of Engineering System Universities CESUN, MIT. Delft.
  26. Determinants of Inter-firm Governance Mode in Biofuel Value Chain: Cases from Four Countries in Asia. British Academy of Management Annual Conference 2011. With Reiner, D., Zhang, J.,
  27. Critical Success Factors as Explanatory Variables of the Choice of Inter-firm Governance Mode: Cases of Biofuel Industry in Thailand and China. Woxbridge Doctorate Conference. Warwick Business School.
  28. Vertical Integration in a Growing Industry: Security of Supply and Market Access in Fuel-ethanol Value Chain. Conference Proceedings: 8th BIEE Academic Conference "Energy in a low carbon economy: new roles for governments and markets" British Institute of Energy Economics and UK Energy Research Council. With Reiner, D.,
  29. Horizontal Consolidation and Vertical Integration in a Growing Industry: Security of Supply and Market Access in Fuel Ethanol Value Chain. YEEES Conference, UK.
  30. Uncertainties in European Biofuels Policies and the implications on World Biofuels Market. The 4th World Biofuels Symposium. With Reiner, D., Zhang, J.
  31. Bio-energy: Biofuels and Biomass Financing and Investment. Renewable Energy Finance, Asia. Singapore. Greenpower, SEAS, REEP & WCRE. With Stone, C.
  32. Promoting the Utilization of Ethanol as Transport Fuel: Bioethanol in the Philippines. International Biofuels and Alternative Energy Conference. KL. ASLI & MPOB.
  33. Bioethanol Market and Development in Laos. Bioenergy Seminar, Vientian. Asia Centre for Excellence, EC ASEAN Energy Facility.
  34. Bioethanol Market and Development in Cambodia. Bioenergy Seminar, Phnom Penh. Asia Centre for Excellence, EC ASEAN Energy Facility.
  35. Bioethanol Market and Development in Vietnam. Bioenergy Seminar, Ho Chi Minh City. Asia Centre for Excellence, EC ASEAN Energy Facility.
  36. Bioethanol Market and Development in Indonesia. Bioenergy Seminar, Jakarta. Asia Centre for Excellence, EC ASEAN Energy Facility
  37. Energy Efficiency Potential of Sugar Mills, Indonesia. Asia Centre for Excellence, EC ASEAN Energy Facility.
  38. Energy Efficiency Potential of Sugar Mills, Philippines. Asia Centre for Excellence, EC ASEAN Energy Facility.
  39. 2004.A Problem-Based Learning Case Study in Environmental Management for Three Classes of Undergraduate Students. Proceedings of the 5th Asia Pacific Conference on Problem-Based Learning, Kuala Lumpur.
  40. Assessment Parameters for Coal-Fired Generation Plant Site Selection, Proceedings of the International Conference on Electric Supply Industry in Transition ~ Issue and Prospects for Asia, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand. With Ahmad Rosly, A., Low, K.S., Chan, J.H., Mohd Noh, A, Kharulmaini, O.S., Sasekumar, A., John K.R, Fauza, A.G., Abdul Yamin, S, Wan Aida, W.Z., Phua, Y.T., Phua, Y.N., Wong, Y.Y., & Mohd Nor, A..
  41. Potential of Palm Oil and Palm Biomass as an alternative Green Energy Source: A Life Cycle Approach. The 1st International Conference on Life Cycle Management, Copenhagen, Denmark. (Best Poster Award). With Low, K.S.