Dr. LU Shuang

Shuang Lu is an Assistant Professor at The University of Hong Kong Department of Social Work and Social Administration. Dr. Lu’s research focuses on family migration and child development, international social work, and nonprofit capacity building. Her current projects include examining the relationship between nonprofit performance and transparency, and using intervention research to improve psychosocial and behavioral outcomes for migrant children in China and in the United States. Combining micro and macro social work perspectives, her research goal is to improve social service delivery for vulnerable children in cross-cultural settings. Dr. Lu is currently a Licensed Social Worker in the state of New Jersey and a Registered Social Worker in Hong Kong.

Vikse, J., Lu, S., & Huang, C-C. (2017). Reducing income inequality: Taxation and philanthropy in China and the United States. China Nonprofit Review, 9(1), 84-107.
Lu, S., Lin, Y-T., Vikse, J. H., & Huang, C-C. (2016). Well-being of migrant and left-behind children in China: Education, health, parenting, and personal values. International Journal of Social Welfare, 25(1), 58-68.
Deng, G., Lu, S., & Huang, C-C. (2015). Transparency of grassroots human service organizations in China: Does transparency affect donation and grants? Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance, 39(5), 475-491.
Hu, H., Lu, S., & Huang, C-C. (2014). The psychological and behavioral outcomes of migrant and left-behind children in China. Children and Youth Services Review, 46, 1-10.
Lu, S., Lin, Y-T., Vikse, J. H., & Huang, C-C. (2013). Effectiveness of social welfare programmes on poverty reduction and income inequality in China. Journal of Asian Public Policy, 6(3), 277-291.