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Prof. Christina Wong
Fashion Retail and Marketing
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Area of Specialization (Teaching & Research)

Environmental management
Supply chain integration
Retail logistics
Closed-loop supply chain
Reverse logistics

(a) Subjects Taught (for the past 3 years)

Year Subject title Level
  2013 Fashion Supply Chain Empirical Research   PhD
  Fashion Business Empirical Research PhD
  Fashion Retail Management HD
  Fashion Marketing Research BA
  Supply Chain Management in Fashion and Textiles MA

(b) Supervision of Research Postgraduate Students

     Ongoing: 2 PhD as Chief Supervisor
     Completion: 1 PhD as Chief Supervisor


Recent Competitive Grants:
Eurasia-Pacific Uninet Post-Doc Scholarship, “A process-oriented analysis of business value creation by information integration for enterprises in global networks” Principal Investigator.
Competitive Research Grant (GRF) “Environmental management in the service sector: A study of green service operations and their implications for developing a service economy in Hong Kong” $500,000, Principal Investigator, PolyU152170/14E
Project of Strategic Importance. “Green transformation of Hong Kong manufacturers in the Pearl River Delta Region” $1,948,000, Co-Investigator.
Public Policy Research (PPR) “Beyond eco-labeling: Embedding green supply chain management practices in apparel trade,” $558,261, Principal Investigator, PolyU5017-PPR-12
ESRC/RGC Joint Research Scheme “How partner firms coordinate their environmental management practices? Green supply chain integration and its performance implications,” $345,000, Principal Investigator, ES/J016799/1
Public Policy Research (PPR) “Green apparel merchandising and its policy implications for Hong Kong’s trade development,” $412,435, Principal Investigator, PolyU5015-PPR-10
General Research Fund (GRF) “Environmental governance mechanisms and the implications for apparel retailers to manage apparel merchandising in China,” $564,250 Principal Investigator, PolyU5500/10H
Public Policy Research (PPR), “Green practices in Hong Kong’s shipping industry – empirical evidence and policy implications.”  $468,000, Co-Investigator, PolyU5055-PPR-09
General Research Fund (GRF), “A study of the antecedents and consequences of the commitment of Chinese fashion manufacturers, $377,042, Principal Investigator, PolyU 5301/08E

Publications / Exhibitions


  • Wong, C.W.Y., Lai, K.H., Lun, Y.H.V., Cheng, T.C.E. (forthcoming), Environmental Management: An Supply Chain Perspective, Springer: London
  • Law, D., Wong, C.W.Y., and Cheung, M.C., (2015) "Association of aesthetic experiences with atmospheric management" (ISBN 978-3-659-44127-1), Lambert Academic Publishing.
  • Lun, Y.H.V., Lai, K.H., Wong, C.W.Y., Cheng, T.C.E. (in contract), Green Shipping Management, Springer: London

Selected Recent Publications:

  • Chan, Ting-Yan, Wong, C.W.Y., Lai, K.H., Lun, Y.H.V., Ng, C.T., and Ngai, E.W.T. “Green service: Construct development and measurement validation,” Production and Operations Management, forthcoming,DOI:
  • Miao, Xin, Tang, Yanhong, and Wong, C.W.Y., (2015) “Polluters migrate to China’s poor areas,” Nature, vol. 518, no. 483, pp. 483-483
  • Miao, Xin, Tang, Yanhong, Wong, C.W.Y., and Zang, Hongyu, “The latent causal chain of industrial water pollution in China,” Environmental Pollution, forthcoming, DOI:10.1016/j.envpol.2014.11.010
  • Sancha Fernandez, Cristina, Wong, C.W.Y., and Gimenez Thomsen, Cristina, “Buyer-supplier relationships on environmental issues: A contingency perspective,” Journal of Cleaner Production, forthcoming
  • Miao, Xin, Wong, C.W.Y. (2014) “Teaching: China is closing its rural education gap,” Nature, 511(7509), pp. 292-292, doi:10.1038/511292c
  • Wong, C.W.Y., Wong, Chee Yew, and Boon-itt, Sakun (2013) “Green service practices: Performance implications and the role of environmental management systems,” Service Science, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 69-84
  • Wong, C.W.Y. (2013) “Leveraging environmental information integration to enable environmental management capabilities and performance,” Journal of Supply Chain Management, vol. 49, no. 2, pp. 114-136
  • Wong, C.W.Y., Lai, K. H., and Cheng, T.C.E. (2011) “Value of information integration to supply chain management: Roles of internal and external contingencies,” Journal of Management Information Systems, Vol. 28, No. 3, pp. 161-200
  • Wong, Chee Yew, Boon-itt, Sakun, and Wong, C.W.Y. (2011) “The contingency effects of environmental uncertainty in the relationship between supply chain integration and operational performance,” Journal of Operations Management, vol. 29, no. 6, pp. 604-615
Academic Awards and Other Achievements

Professional Services:
Editor: International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics
Editorial Board: Journal of Operations Management, Operations & Supply Management (OSM) Forum, Journal of Supply Chain Management, Textiles and Light Industrial Science and Technology
Guest Editor: Electronic Markets: International Journal of Production Economics, Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, The International Journal on Networked Business,