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Fong, Brian C.H.

Hong Kong 20 Years after the Handover

Fong, Brian C.H. - Hong Kong 20 Years after the Handover, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Constitutional and Political Fractures

1. The Impasse Over Constitutional Reform: Negotiating Democracy in Hong Kong
Kit Poon

2. From Executive Dominance to Fragmented Authority: An Institutional and Political Analysis
Ngok Ma

3. Executive-Legislative Disconnection in the HKSAR: Uneasy Partnership Between Chief Executives and Pro-Government Parties, 1997–2016
Brian C.H. Fong

4. Changing Political Activism: Before and After the Umbrella Movement
Wai-Man Lam

5. State Capacity and Political Disconnection in the HKSAR: The Case Study of Healthcare Financing Reform
Alex Wo-shun Chan

Part II. Economic and Social Fractures

6. Financialization and Economic Inequality in Hong Kong: The Cost of the Finance-led Growth Regime
Kim Ming Lee, Benny Ho Pong To, Kar Ming Yu

7. Unequal Vulnerability to Social Risks: Analysis of Hong Kong’s Social Strata (1993–2013)
Chi Kit Chan, David Wai Lun Ho

8. Housing Question and Social Discontent After 1997: History and Continuity of Home Ownership
TzeKen Yau

9. Growing Tensions in Hong Kong’s State-Nonprofit Relations
Chi-kin Kwan, Ernest Wing-tak Chui

Part III. Central-Local Tensions and Identity Fractures

10. A Historical Perspective on Hong Kong Autonomy: Traditions of British Imperialism, Maritime Enclave and Contending Views of British Interest
Ray Yep

11. In Beijing’s Tightening Grip
Peter T.Y. Cheung

12. Undoing China’s Charm Offensive: Chinese Tourists in Hong Kong’s News Discourses (2003–2015)
Chi Kit Chan

13. Fading Opportunities: Hong Kong in the Context of Regional Integration
Tai-lok Lui

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Public Policy, Asian Politics, Legislative and Executive Politics, History of China

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Studies in the Political Economy of Public Policy
Page amount
25 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319513737
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-51372-0

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