This research project looks at how Hong Kong’s universities recruit, admit and support students with disabilities.
This report is the first work of Civic Exchange’s publications series on the phenomenon of poverty in Hong Kong.
Transport is a derived demand. People travel from one place to another to take up opportunities that would bring benefits to them. It could be a journey to school that would bring them knowledge, a trip to the market that would bring them food, or a visit to the countryside that…
In Hong Kong, as in other developed economies, people are living longer and longer lives. Yet, at the same time, fertility rates have fallen dramatically, leading to a decline in population. Indeed, Hong Kong leads the world in having the lowest per capita birth rate.
Population projection is an important exercise for all policy-makers because it is based on the periodic projections and adjustments that public infrastructure and public services are planned. Resources have to be set aside or found in order to ensure such needs are going to be met in the future. In other words, population projections determine…
This report highlights selected components of new employment opportunities that could reasonably be expected with the coming of the West and South Island Lines.
This paper provides a snapshot of Small House Policy and the associated issues.
This paper looks at the possibility of reducing the population density of the urban areas and re-housing those in the worst public rental accommodation.
China’s geographical structure, ecological foundation, and intensity of human activity show relative fragility when compared to other large countries.
Press Release: Civic Exchange releases policy paper on combating racial discrimination prior to UN Conference
Civic Exchange published a policy paper today called: “Cultivating a Multicultural Society and Combating Racial Discrimination in Hong Kong” just prior to the start of the United Nations Conference on Racism and Xenophobia in Durban, South Africa.