Repositioning the Hong Kong Government is a timely discussion on
the topic as the complexities of governance in Hong Kong grow and
the old strategies of consensus building without genuine public
participation fail to satisfy. The volume examines the Hong Kong
government's efforts to reposition itself in the economy and
society under the pressures of globalization, economic and
political restructuring and the rise of civil society. The leading
scholars offer new interpretations of the problems and puts forward
positive suggestions for resolving them.
|Country of origin:
Stephen Wing-Kai Chiu
• Siu-lun Wong
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