Civic Exchange commissioned the Hong Kong Transition Project, Hong Kong Baptist University, to conduct a public opinion survey on Hong Kong people’s attitudes on constitutional reform in Hong Kong.
This is an overview paper for the conference on Rule of Law Developments in China (including Hong Kong), 5-7 November 2005.
This paper reviews possible consequences of a tax reform in Hong Kong, regarding the public demand for democracy.
This paper will examine how the phenomenon of the PAP’s long reign in government and how its governing philosophy and its mode of working has become synonymous with the Singapore political system over the years.
The world economy today operates on a high degree of integration. Trade, investments and diffusion of technologies are now global. A growing proportion of the world’s workforce depends on faraway markets, sources of capital and know-how. At the same time, the world’s best human resource talent…
The survey on issues related to constitutional reform was conducted 11-22 December 2004.
To What Extent Have Members of the Functional Constituencies Performed the ‘Balancing Role’ in Hong Kong (1998 – 2004)?
This report is part of a series of studies conducted by Civic Exchange on the functional constituencies in Hong Kong.
Civic Exchange commissioned the Hong Kong Transition Project to conduct this public opinion survey.
This paper provides the background to how the colonial government-business alliance developed from the 19th C and how it has survived through the functional constituency election system.
This paper looks at electoral infrastructure reform in Hong Kong, with Australia providing the primary point of comparison.