Staff Profile

Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration Key Staff Staff Profile
Dr. Siaw Siw Chu Irene 蕭秀珠博士
CPA Australia
Head of Office of Student Development and Alumni Affairs
Associate Professor
Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration


Dr Irene Siaw is currently an Associate Professor in Department of Management and Strategy. She obtained her Doctor of Business Administration from University of South Australia, a Master of Professional Accounting from University of Southern Queensland and a Master of Science in Applied Statistics from Sheffield Hallam University. Prior to joining the university, she worked in various financial institutions and Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She is also a member of CPA (Australia). Her current research interests are on the standard working hours and diversity of generational workforce cohorts in organizations.

Apart from teaching and research, she is also in charge of the School's Student Development and Services Office where she coordinates the School's student activities such as A-Team student development programme, internships, external competitions etc.

Teaching Areas & Research Interests

  • Management
  • Standard Working Hours, Generational Differences in Work

Selected Publications

Book Chapters

  • Siaw, S.C.I. (2000). Student Responses to PBL Experience in Two Subjects. Chapter in Taplin, M. (Ed.) Learning about Learning, The Open University of Hong Kong, 27-41.
  • Siaw, S.C.I, Chan, M, & Mok, V. (2000). The Place of PBL in OUHK Tutorials. Chapter in Taplin, M. (Ed.) Learning about Learning, The Open University of Hong Kong, 86-97.

Journal Articles

  • Irene S C Siaw and Alex Mak (2017) 'Perspectives of the Standard Working Hours Imposed in Health-care Industry - Is It Really Helpful to the Employees?', Australian Academy of Business and Economics Review, Vol. 3, Issue 2,113-118.
  • Irene S C Siaw (2016) 'Understanding the Workplace Commitment for Generation Y in Hong Kong - A Qualitative Study', Australasian Journal of Business, Social Science and Information Technology, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 62-71.
  • Yum, J C K, Kember, D and Siaw, I (2005) 'Coping Mechanisms of Part-Time Students', International Journal of Lifelong Education, Volume 24(4), pp. 303-317.
  • Jessie C.K. Yum, David Kember, Irene Siaw (2001), Study Examines Coping Methods in Part-Time Students, Newsletter of the National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience, 4-5.
  • David Kember, Richard Armour, Kenneth Lee, Doris Y.P. Leung, Natalia Li, Kwok Chi Ng, Irene Siaw, Winnie Wong, Jessie Yum (2001), Orientations to Enrolment of Part-time Students: A Classification System based upon students' perceived lifelong learning needs, Higher Education Research & Development, 265-280.

Modified Date: 17 Aug, 2023
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