Faculty & Staff
Chi-Kan Richard Hung, PhD
Areas of Expertise
Public finance, research methodology, microfinance and economic development in immigrant and minority populations
PhD, Indiana University
Professional Publications & Contributions
- Hung, C.K. Richard (2007) “Immigrant Nonprofit Organizations in U.S. Metropolitan Areas,” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.
- Hung, C.K. Richard. (2006) “Rules and Actions: Determinants of Staff and Peer Actions in Group Based Microcredit Programs in the United States”. Economic Development Quarterly, Vol. 20:1, pp.75-96
- Hung, C.K. Richard. (2005) “Asian American Nonprofit Organizations in U.S. Metropolitan Areas ” AAPI Nexus: Asian American and Pacific Islander Policy, Practice, and Community. Vol.3:1, pp.67-97.
- Madison, Anna, Richard Hung, and Eustache Jean-Louis. (2004) “The Boston Haitian HIV Prevention Coalition Community Survey: A Participatory Approach to Community Self-Assessment and Formative Evaluation.” Ethnicity and Disease. Vol.14:3. Supplement 1, pp. 20-26.
- Hung, C.K. Richard. (2003) "Loan Performance of Group-based Microcredit Programs in the United States ." Economic Development Quarterly. 17(4).
- Hung, C.K. Richard. (2002) From South to North: A Comparative study of Group-Based Microcredit Programs in Developing Countries and the United States. In Carr, James H. and Zhong Yi Tong, Editors, Replicating Microfinance in the United States, Chapter 8, Woodrow Wilson Center Press.
Professor Hung has been teaching management and policy courses at the undergraduate and graduate level in human services at CPCS since 1999. His research includes public and nonprofit management, social policy, ethnic and minority participation in community affairs and politics, as well as microfinance.