Research Projects and Publications in CUHK- Government and Public Administration

Research Projects


  • Comparing the New Public Management Reforms in Hong Kong and Singapore

  • LEE Wing Yee Eliza, HAQUE Shamsul*
    1 October 2000
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    This project aims to compare the New Public Management (NPM) reforms in Hong Kong and Singapore from 1980 to 2000 that have critically shaped their public governance. NPM reforms originated in Western countries in the late 1970s, and are often regarded as devices to facilitate the withdrawal of the interventionist welfare state. However, the objective, content, and significance of such reforms may be quite different in the case of Asian countries, given the differences in their social, economic, political, and cultural contexts. The researchers contend that the uniqueness of the reforms in Hong Kong and Singapore lies in the role they play in adapting the developmental state to social and political changes that are generated by economic development. To illustrate their thesis, the researchers will systematically compare the contents and reasons for NPM reforms in Hong Kong and Singapore, and explain their similarities and differences in terms of the social, economic and political development of the two places. The findings of this study are likely to benefit experts, practitioners and scholars in comparative public management and development studies. It will also better inform policymakers in Hong Kong and other Asian NICs in adopting reform measures that suit local needs. (CU00374)



  • Constitutional Interface Between Hong Kong and the Mainland

  • YU Xingzhong
    1 March 2001
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This project is an attempt to find out solutions for the constitutional crisis that Hong Kong has experienced since its reversion to China, epitomized by the Court of Final Appeal's right of abode decisions and the subsequent interpretation of the HKSAR Basic Law by the National People's Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC). Employing analytical and comparative approaches this research explores the possibility of fostering a system of multi-interpretive authorities in Hong Kong law within the existing political and legal framework, so that the interpretation of the Basic Law can truly be shared by a number of authorities including the Court of Final Appeal and the NPCSC. It draws inspiration and experience from three sources: the practice of constitutional interpretation by reference to the common law tradition in Britain and the United States, Chinese experience of sharing interpretive authorities among the legislature, executive and the judiciary and the success in implementing multiauthoritative interpretations in some parts of the United States. It argues for a transition from oligarchical interpretive structure to a polygarchy of interpretive authorities. The research is an effort to smooth the differences confronting the interface of the two different constitutional systems in Hong Kong and the Mainland China. (SS00520)



  • From E-Government to E-Governance - A Study of the Impace of E-Government in Hong Kong

  • WONG Wai Ho, WELCH Eric*
    30 August 2006
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    E-government has the potential to significantly impact on governance through altering the traditional relationship between government and citizens. Many e-government studies often focus mainly on the technology side without examining its impact on governance and the government-and-citizen relationship. With a focus on Hong Kong but applying an analytical lens of comparative studies and global context, this study would like to examine how and why e-government impact on governance. Major questions examined include: (1) What are the perspectives and expectations of different actors on e-government? How do they weight and balance the competing values in public administration? (2) To what extent does e-government affect the governance of Hong Kong? What factors may explain the impacts, their intensity or the absence of them? (3) How do a global comparative context, plus the domestic context, mediate the effect of e-government on governance? Is e-governance in Hong Kong approaching a process of convergence or divergence in comparison with other countries and regions? The theoretical framework, methodology, and analysis of the project are built on a series of publications of the PI and Co-I in public administration, globalization, and e-government (Welch, Hinnant and Moon 2005; Welch and Moon 2005; Welch and Pandey forthcoming; Welch and Wong 1998; Wong and Welch 2004 and 2001; Wong, Welch and Moon, forthcoming). Project findings should improve the understanding of the evolving nature and impact brought by e-government as well as how different domestic context may mediate the generic influence of information technology. (CU06705)



  • Formation of Political Culture and Democratization: The Case of Hong Kong

  • KUAN Hsin Chi, WONG Ka Ying Timothy (Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies), LAM Wai Man*
    1 August 2004
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    This project is designed to study the formation of political culture in the context of democratization. In Hong Kong where democratic reforms are yet to be completed, there are hardly and established democratic beliefs to be transmitted from one generation to the other through socialization. A democratic culture has to be learned afresh by means of other modes. Among various modes of political learning, we are particularly interested in whether the mass protest of July 1, 2003 constitutes a dramatic trigger event that has led to the transformation of the people’s attitudes towards democracy in general and election in particular. A panel design will be used to compare the findings of the current project with those of another survey conducted in 2000. The comparative findings are theoretically significant for the installation and consolidation of democracy in non-Western societies, as democratization involves both an institutional and a cultural dimension and for democracy to work, the institution must be congruent with the culture. (CU04132)



  • Global Information Technology Pressure and Government Accountability: A Study of Bureaucratic Response to E-Government in Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and Countries of Major Regions

  • WONG Wai Ho, WELCH Eric*
    1 September 2002
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    To what extent and in what ways does the global information technology revolution affect the openness and accountability of public organizations in Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and countries of major regions? Does government accountability, as measured by web-site openness, increase over time? This study will try to answer these important questions of whether information technology (or e-government) help enhance government accountability and to what extent does the domestic context, particularly the civil service systems, mediate this effect of global pressure. The theoretical framework, methodology, and analysis of the project are built on the three previous publications of the PI and Co-I (Welch and Wong, 1998; Wong and Welch, 2001a and 2001b). Adopting a model of the effects of global pressure on public bureaucracy (Welch and Wong, 1998) as the theoretical framework, this study combines two streams of research and sources of data – the Cyberspace Policy Research Group’s (CyPRG) comparative analysis of web site openness and Ferrel Heady’s (1996) classification of the major dimensions of civil service systems – to test hypotheses about how the domestic context, as relevant to the national civil service systems, mediate the effect of the global information technology (IT) pressure on government accountability. A total of 17 countries (including Hong Kong) of five major regions (North America, Western Europe, Asia, Africa and Australasia) are included in the study. (CU02223)



  • Hong Kong and China: Political Linkage and Interaction

  • WONG Wai Ho, CHAN Joseph Man (School of Journalism and Communication)
    1 March 2002
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Although Hong Kong is governed under the .One Country, Two Systems. principle, there is no doubt that the linkage between Hong Kong and China has increased significantly in the years after its handover in many aspects. This research will conduct a public opinion survey to examine the political linkage and interaction between Hong Kong and China. There are two major perspectives we would like to investigate on in this survey. First of all, it is the comparison of the governing capacity or performance of the HKSAR Government and the Chinese Central Government. The second perspective the survey would like to explore is the role of the Chinese Government on the governing and the political development of Hong Kong. The first perspective is an important one in understanding the political linkage and connection between China and Hong Kong. These findings will inform us about the factors affecting the satisfaction of the public on the performance of the HKSAR Government and give the HKSAR Government useful insights on how to improve its performance and public image. The second perspective is on the perceived influence of the Chinese Government on the governing and political development of Hong Kong by the Hong Kong people. As the Basic Law only outlines the election methods of the Legislative Council and Chief Executive up to 2007, the survey will also try to look at whether the stand and positions of the Chinese Government will affect the views of the public on the political development of Hong Kong. (SS01448)



  • The Impact of the New Managerial Reform on Government-Funded Nonprofit Organizations in Hong Kong

  • LEE Wing Yee Eliza, LAM Wai-Fung*, PERRY James L.*
    1 January 2005
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    In the 1990s, the Social Welfare Department introduced a series of reform measures related to the funding and performance monitoring of nonprofit organizations (NPOs). Through adopting the Service Performance Monitoring System (SPMS), the Lump Sum Grant System (LSGS), and competitive bidding, a new system of public monitoring and funding that was based on performance and market competition was introduced. The new system is a dramatic departure from the largely input-oriented funding system employed by the government for over three decades. It has enormous impact on the NPOs that currently receive 77.8% of total government expenditure on social welfare and rehabilitation services and employ about 80% (or more than 27,000) of all social welfare personnel. The new system has aroused much controversy within the nonprofit sector and has profound implication on important issues such as the autonomy of NPOs, professional identity, civil society, citizenship, the political role of social service agents, and the state-nonprofit sector relationship. This project aims to investigate the various aspects of the impact of the new system on the government-funded NPOs through questionnaire survey, ethnographic study, documentary and archive research. (CU04133)



  • "Learning, Electoral Behaviour, and Democratization in Hong Kong"

  • KUAN Hsin Chi, LAU Siu Kai (Dept of Sociology)
    1 July 2000
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    Unlike the study of electoral behaviour in consolidated democracies, a similar study in Hong Kong must start from the recognition that election is a young phenomenon. Thus, everybody has to learn afresh. Also, one should not take the development of election as a respected institution for granted. Rather, it depends on the results of collective learning. Successful institutionalization of election is important for the stability and performance of any new democracy. The researchers therefore propose to study the election in 2000 with an emphasis on political learning and its implications for the political future of Hong Kong. (CU00359)



  • Mapping Hong Kong's Constitutional Identity

  • YU Xingzhong
    1 March 2003
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The goal of this research is to understand and articulate Hong Kong’s constitutional identity. This research believes that Hong Kong’s constitutional identity will emerge when the Basic Law and the common law constitutional tradition are integrated. The focus of the research will be on HOW the two can be integrated. Through comparative, empirical and case analysis, this research will explore common law constitutional practice in Hong Kong and compare such practice with the Basic Law provisions on major constitutional matters such as limitations on ultimate political authority, interpretive practice, mechanisms to guarantee individual freedoms, judicial review of legislative and administrative acts and the relative positioning of respective power branches. The outcome will be a collection of annotations of relevant provisions of the Basic Law with common law constitutional cases. (SS02664)



  • Party Formation in a Post-Industrial Society : Obstacles to Party Development in Hong Kong

  • MA Ngok
    1 January 2007
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This is a preliminary research that studies the relationship between post-materialist values and party development in Hong Kong. It hypothesizes that post-materialist values and the post-industrial nature of Hong Kong blurs the class cleavage in Hong Kong, turns public attention to post-materialist issues, and leads to a lower trust on formal political institutions, which poses constraints on party development and mobilization. The research will include literature review on how post-materialism and post-industrialism affects party development in the West. It will also collect and compare survey data on Hong Kong and the West, concerning post-materialist value indicators. It will interview leaders and activists of major political parties in Hong Kong, to understand the difficulties in party development. (SS06363)



  • Plagues and Institutions: The Status of Chinese Medicine in Tung Wah Hospital

  • MA Shu Yun
    1 April 2004
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This project is a study on institutional stability and change. It will examine the impact of the bubonic plague in 1894 and SARS in 2003 in the institutional status of Chinese medicine in Hong Kong’s public health system in general, and in Tung Wah Hospital in particular. Specifically, it will focus on the following key issues:
    Tung Wah Hospital and Chinese medicine as social institutions;
    The policy environment of Chinese medicine in Tung Wah Hospital;
    The impact of plagues on the institutional status of Chinese medicine In Hong Kong’s public health system in general, and in Tung Wah Hospital in particular;
    Implications of the case on theories on institutional stability and change. (SS03761)



  • The Politics of Listing Chinese State Enterprises on Hong Kong

  • MA Shu Yun
    31 December 2000
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    Listing of Chinese state enterprises in Hong Kong began in the mid-1980s, first in the form of "red chip" companies, and later through the issuing of "Hshares". As of end of 1999, there were 42 "red chip" and 44 "H-share" companies. The project will study the formation of these "red-chip" and "H-share" companies from a political perspective. It will use this case to examine the relative strength of the Chinese state. (CU00354)



  • Public Administration in the Age of Globalization: Study the Effect of Interaction between Global Pressures and Domestic Contexts on Public Bureaucracy

  • WONG Wai Ho, WELCH Eric*
    1 November 2000
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This project applies and further extends a framework developed by the two researchers for comparative analysis in which global pressures of information technology, global institutions and public sector efficiency affect bureaucratic change (Welch & Wong, 1998). According to this framework, global pressures are filtered through the social, economic and political systems that comprise the domestic context. In this way, global pressures are thought to cause indirect and direct bureaucratic change. While all public bureaucracies are believed to be exposed to global pressures, the degree of their exposure and the final impact on the public bureaucracy of each nation can be different. This project moves beyond the existing framework by further conceptualizing and operationalizing measures of the global pressures and the components of the domestic context. It will develop hypotheses and test them empirically. Case studies and quantitative analysis will be conducted with the guidance of the framework to deepen understanding about the effects of globalization on public bureaucracy. To keep the project manageable and make it feasible under the budget, the sample of countries for comparison will include mainly the western industrialized democratic countries, such as the US, and the major industrial countries in Asia, including Hong Kong. It is expected that results of this project will allow researchers to discern different generalizable patterns of bureaucratic response to and effect of global pressures. Findings also promise to help inform policy-makers and top level managers about how adaptive responses of other nations and localities are linked to specific domestic contexts. (SS00555)



  • A Study of E-governance in Hong Kong

  • WONG Wai Ho
    22 February 2008
    Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre

    The main objective of the study is to study the status and development of e-governance in Hong Kong, particularly its role in promoting participation in policy-making and facilitating better governance, and to provide recommendations for improvement. It can be further broken down into two sub-objectives: (i) assessing the quality and features of e-governance of the websites of government agencies of HKSAR Government, including policy bureaus and executive departments; and (ii) surveying the citizens to learn about their experience and expectations in using the Internet to communicate and interact with government in policy-making aspects. In attaining the first sub-objective, the study would set up a set of evaluation criteria to access the level of e-governance of government websites and compare the status of e-governance in Hong Kong with the level of other major countries and standards in the literature. In accomplishing the second sub-objective, it would study the importance of the Internet in Hong Kong's governance by exploring the characteristics and patterns of citizens' use of the Internet in their interaction with the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government (HKSARG), in order to explore how best to enhance the quality and effectiveness of e-governance. (SS07986)



  • The Voluntary Sector and Heritage Conservation in Hong Kong

  • MA Shu Yun
    1 January 2008
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This project will explore the potential role of the voluntary sector in heritage conservation in Hong Kong. In particular, it will investigate the applicability of the experience of the British and the U.S. National Trusts to Hong Kong. The project is an attempt to look for a “third way” (other than the market and the state) to improve heritage conservation in Hong Kong. While the voluntary sector has played an important role in heritage conservation in many developed countries, this approach has seldom been discussed in Hong Kong. This project has direct policy relevance to heritage conservation in Hong Kong, an issue that has attracted growing public attention in recent years. The project will also contribute to the theoretical understanding of the role of the voluntary sector, and thus the importance of civil society, in providing public goods that are not available through market and the state. (SS07300)




Research Publications


  • CHOY Chi Keung. "Party Competition Pattern: A Comparison of the 1995 and 1998 Campaigns." (co-authored with MA Ngok) In Kuan Hsin-chi et al.eds.. ed. by Power Transfer and Electoral Politics: The First SAR Legislative Elections in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1999. p.71-104.



  • CHOY Chi Keung. The political economy of technology transfer : a case study of Guangdong. Hong Kong : Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1991.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Thesis T174.3 .C46)



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "After the December Decision: Eight Hurdles on the Road to Full Democracy in Hong Kong". Hong Kong Journal vol.10. Washington, United States of America: Carnegie Council l, 2008.04.01.



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "Article 23 Legislation: Comparison with Foreign Law". Hong Kong: Article 23 Concern Group, 2002.11.15.



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. The concept of statehood and the status of Taiwan. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1991.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize H62.5.H6 H63 no.9 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H63 no.9)



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "Constituting Democracy in Hong Kong--Ten Years On". China Perspectives Summer 2007. Hong Kong SAR: French Centre for Contemporary China, 2007.07.01. p.15.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical DS779.15 .P47 2007)



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. Constitutional confrontation in Hong Kong. Basingstoke : Macmillan, 1989.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies KNR1750 .D38 1989; UL Law KNR1750 .D38 1989 c.2)



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. Constitutional confrontation in Hong Kong : issues and implications of the Basic Law. New York : St. Martin's Press, 1990.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies KNR1750 .D384 1990 c.2; UL Law KNR1750 .D384 1990)



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "Constitutional Culture and the Hong Kong Basic Law". Paper presented in the International Conference on Democracy and Democratization in Confucian Societies, organized by University of South Carolina. Columbia, United States of America, 2004.04.23.



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "Constitutional Reform and the 2007 Hong Kong Green Paper". Universal Suffrage in Hong Kong: The Green Paper and Beyond. Hong Kong SAR: University of Hong Kong, 2007.09.22.



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "Constitutionalism and Democracy in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Rule of Law Developments in China, organized by US Department of State. Washington, United States of America, 2005.11.07.



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "Constitutionalism and the Democratic Deficit in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Conference on Democracy and Human Rights in the Greater China, organized by City University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong SAR, 2003.12.11.



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "Constitutionalism and the Politics of Democracy in Hong Kong". Fletcher Forum of World Affairs. vol.30 no.2, Boston, United States of America: Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, 2006.05.01. p.165-177.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law in Hong Kong". Loyola University of Chicago International Law Review vol.3 no.3, Chicago, United States of America: Loyola University of Chicago International Law Review, 2006.04.01
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law in Hong Kong: The Beijing Challenge". Paper presented in the Conference on Emerging Legal Issues in China, organized by Loyola University of Chicago Law School. United States of America, 2006.02.16.



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. Constitutionalism in Hong Kong : politics versus economics. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1997.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H63 no.23)



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. Constitutionalism under Chinese rule : Hong Kong after the handover. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1999.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 .H63 no.24)



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "Foreign Policy Concerns and Democratization in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Party Politics and Foreign Policy in Asia, organized by Foreign Policy Research Institute, U. of PA. Philadelphia, United States of America, 2005.01.27.



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. The HKSAR Basic Law and the concept of constitutional judicial review. Hong Kong : Chinese university of Hong Kong, 1986.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UC Univ Archive KNR1760 .A85 1986)



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. Human rights and Chinese values : legal, philosophical, and political perspectives. New York : Oxford University Press, 1995.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reserve 4 hours JC599.C6H85 1995; UL HK Studies JC599.C6H85 1995 c.2; UL Law JC599.C6H85 1995 c.3)



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. Human rights and the founding of the Hong Kong special administrative region : a framework for analysis. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1996.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize H62.5.H6 H63 no.21; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H63 no.21 c.2; NA Univ Archive H62.5.H6 H63 no.21)



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "Human Rights Constitutionalism and Economic Development in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Presidents Hightable Speaker Series, organized by University of the Redlands. Los Angeles, United States of America, 2005.02.02.



  • International intervention in the post-Cold War world : moral responsibility and power politics.Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, 2004.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reserve 6 hours JZ6369 .I58 2004)



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "Interpreting Constitutionalism and Democratization in Hong Kong". Interpreting Hong Kong’s Basic Law: the Struggle for Coherence ed. by Hualing Fu, Lison Harris, Simon Young. London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Publishers, 2007.11.30. p.122-151.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reserve 2 hours KNR171 .I58 2007; UL Reserve 3 days KNR171 .I58 2007 c.3; UL HK Studies KNR171 .I58 2007 c.13; UL Law KNR171 .I58 2007 c.2; Legal Resources Centre Reserve 2 hours KNR171 .I58 2007 c.5; Legal Resources Centre Reserve 1 day KNR171 .I58 2007 c.7)



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "Political Parties in Hong Kong: The Past 10 Years". Paper presented in the The Role of Political Parties in Hong Kong: The Next Ten Years, organized by University of Hong Kong and the US National Democratic Institute. Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, 2006.12.16.



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "Political Reform in Hong Kong: Gradual and Orderly Progress or Long-term Suppression of Democracy". Paper presented in the Public Affairs Speaker Series, organized by National Endowment for Democracy. Washington, United States of America, 2004.04.01.



  • DAVIS Michael Curtis. "The SARS Crisis in Hong Kong: Approaches for Promoting Governance Reform in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the International Conference on SARS and Social Reconstruction in Comparative Perspective, organized by Academia Sinica. Taipei, Taiwan, 2005.03.17. DAVIS Michael Curtis. Where two legal systems collide : an American constitutional scholar in Hong Kong : the idea of the constitution, Association of American Law Schools, 1987 Annual Meeting.Hong Kong: Association of American Law Schools, 1987.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Pamphlet Z691.A768 D38 1987)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. The 1985 District Board election in Hong Kong : the limits of political mobilization in a dependent polity. (co-authored with Lau Siu-kai) Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese Unvierstiy of Hong Kong, 1996.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL JQ679.A55 .H64 1996; UL HK Studies JQ679.A55 .H64 1996 c.3; CC JQ679.A55 .H64 1996 c.4; NA General Education JQ679.A55 .H64 1996 c.2)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. The 1995 Legislative Council elections in Hong Kong. Occasional papers / Centre for Hong Kong Studies ; no. 8. Hong Kong : Centre for Hong Kong Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1985.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7 O3 no.8 c.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H7 O3 no.8)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. The 2004 Legislative Council elections in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Timothy Ka-ying Wong) Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL JQ1539.5.A9561 2004 A13 2006 c.2; UL HK Studies JQ1539.5.A9561 2004 A13 2006)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. "Between Liberal Autocracy and Democracy: Democratic Legitimacy in Hong Kong". (co-authored with LAU Siu Kai) Democratization vol.9 no.4, London, United Kingdom: Frank Cass, 2002. pp.58 - 76.



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. Chinese bureaucrats in a modern colony : the case of Hong Kong. (co-authored with Lau Siu-kai) Occasional papers / Centre for Hong Kong Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong ; no. 16. Hong Kong: Centre for Hong Kong Studies,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1986.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7O3 no.16; UL HK Studies DS796.H7O3 no.16)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. "Cognitive Mobilization and Electoral Support for the Democratic Party in Hong Kong". (co-authored with LAU Siu Kai) Electoral Studies vol.21. Elservier Science Ltd., 2002. pp.561 - 582.



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. Development and the resuscitation of rural leadership in Hong Kong : the case of neo-indirect-rule (co-authored with Lau Sui-kai) Occasional paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre); no. 81. Hong Kong: Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1979.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H6 no.81; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H6 no.81)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. The district board elections in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Lau Siu-kai) Occasional papers/Centre for Hong Kong Studies ; no.3. Hong Kong: Centre for Hong Kong Studies,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1983.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7O3 no.3; UL HK Studies DS796.H7O3 no.3)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. "East Asia Barometer-Country Survey Report (Hong Kong)". (co-authored with LAM Wai Man and LAU Siu Kai) East Asia Barometer-Comparative Survey of Democratization and Value Changes Boston, USA, 2002.08.



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. Economic and public affairs for Hong Kong. (economic affairs, Cheng Tong Yung & Lin Tzong Biau ; public affairs, Kuan Hsin chi) Hong Kong : Far East Publication, 1979.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6C43)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. The ethos of the Hong Kong Chinese. (co-authored with Lau Siu-kai) Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1988.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H75L37; UL HK Studies DS796.H75L37; CC Reserve 4 hours DS796.H75L37; CC Reserve 1 day DS796.H75L37)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. "Friends and Critics of the State: The Case of Hong Kong". (co-authored with LUI Tai Lok and CHAN C. W. Sunny) Civil Society, Globalization And Political Change In Asia: Organizing Between Family And State Robert P. Weller ed.. New York, United States of America: Routledge-Curzon, 2005.



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. Hong Kong after the Basic law. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1991.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize H62.5.H6 H63 no.8 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H63 no.8)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. Hong Kong after the Sino-British agreement : limits to institutional change in a dependent polity. (co-authored with Lau Siu-kai) Hong Kong : Centre for Hong Kong Studies,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1985.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7O3 no.9; UL HK Studies DS796.H7O3 no.9)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. "Intermediation Environments and Election in Hong Kong". (co-authored with LAU Siu Kai) Democratization vol.7 no.2, London, UK: Frank Cass, 2000. p. 65-89.



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. Leaders, officials, and citizens, in urban service delivery : a comparative studies of four localities in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Lau Siu-kai and Ho Kam-fai) Occasional papersCentre for Hong Kong Studies ; no. 1. Hong Kong : Centre for Hong Kong Studies,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1985.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7O3 no.1; UL HK Studies DS796.H7O3 no.1)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. Mass media and politics in Hong Kong (co-authored with Lau Siu-kai) Occasional papers (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Centre for Hong Kong Studies) ; no. 28. Hong Kong: Centre for Hong Kong Studies, Institute of Social Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, c1988.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7O3 no.28; UL HK Studies DS796.H7O3 no.28 c.3)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. "Noises and Interruptions: The Road to Democracy in Hong Kong". (co-authored with LAM Wai-man) Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies Occasional Paper Series no.157, Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2005.05. pp.1-46.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.157 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.157)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. Organizing participatory urban services : the Mutual Aid Committees in Hong Kong (co-authored with Lau Siu-kai and Ho Kam-fai) Occasional papers (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Centre for Hong Kong Studies) ; no. 2. Hong Kong : Centre for Hong Kong Studies,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1983.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7 O3 no.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H7 O3 no.2)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. Out of the shadow of 1997? : the 2000 Legislative Council election in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. (co-authored with Lau Siu-kai and Timothy Ka-ying Wong) Hong Kong : Chinese University Press, 2002.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL JQ1539.5.A9561 2000 O8 2002; UL HK Studies JQ1539.5.A9561 2000 O8 2002 c.2; ARL Reserve 4 hours JQ1539.5.A9561 2000 O8 2002 c.3)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. Planned development and political adaptability in rural Hong Kong (co-authored with Lau Siu-kai) Occasional paper (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Social Research Centre) ; no. 88. Hong Kong: Social Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1980.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6H6 no.88; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6H6 no.88 c.5)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. Political attitudes in a changing context : te case of Hong Kong. (co-authored with Lau Siu-kai) Occasional paper ; no. 64. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1997.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.64; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.64 c.2)



  • KUAN Hsin Chi. Power transfer and electoral politics : the first legislative election in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Hong Kong : Chinese University Press, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1999.
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  • KUAN Hsin Chi. Public attitude toward laissez faire in Hong Kong. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1991.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize H62.5.H6 H63 no.2 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H63 no.2)



  • LEE Wing Yee. "The Changing Relationship between the State and the Voluntary Sector in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the American Society for Public Administration 63rd National Conference, organized by American Society for Public Administration. Phoemix, Arizona, USA, 2002.03.24.



  • LEE Wing Yee. Gender and Change in Hong Kong: Globalization, Postcolonialism, and Chinese Patrachy Vancouver, Canada: University of British Columbia Press, 2003.
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Reserve 4 hours HQ1781 .G45 2003; UL HK Studies HQ1781 .G45 2004)



  • LEE Wing Yee. "Gender and Political Participation in Hong Kong". Asian Journal of Women’s Studies vol.6 no.3, 2000. pp.93-114.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HQ1726 .A13 v.6, 2000; Available Online)



  • LEE Wing Yee. "Gender and the Making of the Hong Kong Administrative Class". Women of South China: Negotiating Tradions and Subjectivities ed. by Siumi Naria Tam. New York, United States of America: M.E. Sharpe, 2004.



  • LEE Wing Yee. "The Interaction of Global and Local Factors in Shaping Public Sector Reforms: the Case of Hong Kong and Singapore" (co-authored with HAQUE M. Shamsul). Paper presented in the The Seventh International Research Symposium on Public Management, Hong Kong, 2003.10.02.



  • LEE Wing Yee. A mass media study of Hong Kong secondary school students.Hong Kong : S.n., 1969.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL P92.H6L8)



  • LEE Wing Yee. "The New Hong Kong International Airport Fiasco". Paper presented in the First Specialized International Conference of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences, Accountability in Public Admin: Reconciling Democracy, Efficiency and Ethics. UK, 1999.07.



  • LEE Wing Yee. "Nonprofit Development in Hong Kong: The Case of a Statist-Corporatist Regime". VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations vol.16 no.1, 2005.03. pp.51-68.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • LEE Wing Yee. "The Politics of Public Sector Reform in Post-Colonial Hong Kong". Asian Review of Public Adminsitration July - December. vol.XII no.2, 2000. pp.120-130.



  • LEE Wing Yee. "The Politics of Welfare Developmentalism in Hong Kong". Transforming the Developmental Welfare State in East Asia ed. by Huck-ju Kwon. Hampshire, England: Palgrave MacMillan Ltd., 2004. pp.118-139.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HC460.5 .T695 2005)



  • LEE Wing Yee. "The Politics of Welfare Restructuring in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Political Crisis, Mobilization and Confrontation in China’s Hong Kong, organized by City University of Hong Kong. 2005.05.14.



  • LEE Wing Yee. "Public Sector Reform and the Changing State Form: Comparing Hong Kong and Singapore". Paper presented in the American Political Science Asscociation 97th Annual Meeting, organized by American Political Science Association. San Francisco, USA, 2001.08.31.



  • LEE Wing Yee. A religious attitude study of Hong Kong secondary school students.(Projector director: Lee Wing Yee. Editor: William B. Dingler.) Hong Kong : S.n., 1969.
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC BV4531.2.L8)



  • LEE Wing Yee. "The Renegotiation of the Social Pact in Hong Kong Economic Globalisation, Socioeconomic Change, and Local Politics". Journal of Social Policy vol.34 no.2, 2005.04. pp.293-310.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HN1 .J67 v.34, 2005; Available Online)



  • LEE Wing Yee. "The State-Nonprofit Relationship in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Pacific Circle Consortium 28th Annual Conference, 2004.04.21.



  • LEE Wing Yee. "Theorizing Asian Nonprofit Development: Adapting the Social Origins Approachto the Case of Hong Kong". Paper presented in the The Third ISTR Asia and Pacific Regional Conference, Beijing, China, 2003.10.25.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Flexibility under Unorganized Industrialism? The Experience of Industrial Restructuring in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHIU Wing Kai Stephen). Economic Governance and the Challenge of Flexibility in East Asia Maryland, USA: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2001. pp.55-77.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Global Restructuring and Non-Standard Work in Newly Industrialised Economies: The Organisation of Flexible Production in Hong Kong and Taiwan". (co-authored with CHIU Tony Man-yiu) Global Trends in Flexible Labour ed. by Alan Felstead & Nick Jewson. London, UK: Macmillan Press, 1999. pp.166-180.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Governance Crisis in Post-1997 Hong Kong: A Political Economy Perspective" (co-authored with CHIU Wing Kai Stephen). China Review vol.7 no.2, Hong Kong SAR: Chinese University Press, 2007.10.15. pp.1-34.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "The Hong Kong Model of Development Revisited" (co-authored with CHIU Wing Kai Stephen). Industrial Policy, Innovation and Economic Growth ed. by Poh-kam Wong and Chee-yuen Ng. Singapore: Singapore University Press, 2001.07. pp.431 - 459.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Hong Kong". Teen Life in Asia ed. by Judith Slater. London, United Kingdom: Greenwood Press, 2004. pp.35-50.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Hong Kong: Garment and Electronics Industry Case Studies" (co-authored with CHIU Wing Kai Stephen). Industrial Policy, Innovation & Economic Growth ed. by Poh-Kam Wong and Chee-Yuen Ng. Singapore: Singapore University Press, 2001.12. pp.460-502.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Hong Kong’s Middle Class " (in Japanese). The Emergence and Features of the Asian Middle Class ed. by Tamio Hattori et al. Japan: Institute of Developing Economies, 2002.



  • LUI Tai Lok. Light the Darkness: Story of the Hong Kong Red Cross, 1950-2000. Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong University Press, 2001.10.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV580.H73 L82 2001 c.3; UL HK Studies HV580.H73 L82 2001; MD Special Coll - Asia HV580.H73 L82 2001 c.2)



  • LUI Tai Lok. "The Malling of Hong Kong". Consuming Hong Kong ed. by Tailok Lui and Gordon Mathews. Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong University Press, 2001.10. pp. 23-45.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Morality, Class, and the Hong Kong Way of Life" (co-authored with WONG Thomas W. P.). Social Development and Political Change in Hong KongHong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2000. pp.3-31.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Rearguard Politics: Hong Kong's Middle Class". The Developing Economies vol.XLI Tokyo, Japan: Institute of Developing Economies, 2003.06. pp.161 - 183.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Research on the East Asian Middle Classes: Some Hong Kong Reflections". The Changing Faces of the Middle Classes in Asia-Pacific ed. by Hsin Huang Michael Hsiao. Taiwai: Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies and Research Center for Humanities & Social Sciences, Academia Sinica, 2006.04. pp.39-50.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Testing the Global City-Social Polarisation Thesis: Hong Kong since the 1990s" (co-authored with CHIU Wing Kai Stephen). Urban Studies vol.41 no.10, London: Carfax Publishing, 2004.09. pp.1863-1888.



  • LUI Tai Lok. "Under fire: Hong Kong's middle class after 1997". The July 1 Protest Rally: Interpreting a Historic Event ed. by Joseph Y. S. Cheng. Hong Kong SAR: City University of Hong Kong Press, 2005.11. pp.277-301.



  • MA Ngok. "After 1997: The Dialectics of Hong Kong Dependence" (co-authored with HOLLIDAY Ian and YEP Ray). Journal of Contemporary Asia vol.34 no.2, 2004. pp.254-270.



  • MA Ngok. "Asian Barometer—Hong Kong Report 2007" (co-authored with CHAN Kin Man). Paper presented in the Asian Barometer Conference 2008. 2008.06.19.



  • MA Ngok. "Changing Political Cleavages in Post-1997 Hong Kong: A Study of the Changes through the Electoral Arena," in Ming Chan and Alvin So eds. ed. by Crisis and Transformation in China's Hong Kong. New York, USA: M.E. Sharpe, 2002. p. 111-138



  • MA Ngok. "Civil Society and Democratization in Hong Kong: Paradox and Duality". Paper presented in the Annual Conference of International Studies Association. 2008.03.27.



  • MA Ngok. "Democracy Movement at the Crossroads: Protracted Democratization and De-mobilization in Hong Kong," in Frank Columbus ed. by Asian Economic and Political Issues. Hauppauge, New York, USA: Nova Science, 2003. p. 19-33



  • MA Ngok. "Democratic Development in Hong Kong: A Decade of Lost Opportunities". The Hong Kong Special Admnistrative Region in Its First Decade ed. by Joseph Cheng. Hong Kong: City University Press, 2007. pp.49-74.



  • MA Ngok. "Executive-Legislative Relations: Assessing Legislative Influence in an Executive-Dominant System," in Lau Siu-kai ed.. ed. by The First Tung Chee-hwa Administration: The First Five Years of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2002. p. 349-374



  • MA Ngok. "Factionalism in the Democratic Party and the 2000 Election," in Kuan Hsin-chi, Lau Siu-kai and Timothy K.Y. Wong eds. by Out of the Shadow of 1997 The 2000 Legislative Council Elections in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2002. p.125-159



  • MA Ngok. "Money, Power and Ideas: Think Tank Development and State Business Relations in Taiwan and Hong Kong" (co-authored with YEP Ray). Policy and Politics vol.34 no.3, 2006.07. pp.535-555.



  • MA Ngok. "Party Competition Pattern: A Comparison of the 1995 and 1998 Campaigns" (co-authored with CHOY Chi Keung Ivan). In Kuan Hsin-chi et al.eds.ed. by Power Transfer and Electoral Politics: The First SAR Legislative Elections in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1999. p. 71-104.



  • MA Ngok. "Pluralization amidst Polarization: the Hong Kong 2004 Legislative Council Election," in Johannes Chan and Lison Harris eds. ed. by Hong Kong's Constitutional Debates. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Law Journal Limited, 2005. p.135-142



  • MA Ngok. Political Development in the HKSAR: State, Political Society and Civil Society in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong University Press, 2007.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies DS796.H757 M245 2007; ARL Reserve 4 hours DS796.H757 M245 2007 c.2; CC Reserve 1 day DS796.H757 M245 2007 c.3)



  • MA Ngok. "SARS and the Limits of the Hong Kong SAR Administrative State". Asian Perspective vol.28 no.1, 2004. pp.99-120.



  • MA Ngok. "Strategic Coordination under Proportional Representation: A Study at the Candidate Level," in Kuan Hsin-chi and Timothy Wong eds.. ed. by The 2004 Legislative Council Elections in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006. p.115-143



  • MA Shu Yun. "Finding the Scapegoat: Hong Kong's Post-SARS Revival Programme". Paper presented in the Proceedings of the International Research Foundation for Development World Forum on Small Island Developing States, organized by Mauritius Conference 2005. 2005.



  • MA Shu Yun. "Listing Chinese Enterprises in Hong Kong and China's Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations". Problems of Pos-Communism vol.50 no.6, United States of America: M E Sharpe, 2003.11. pp.28-37.



  • TSAO King Kwun. "“Ageing Policies in China and Hong Kong: Policy Formulation and Implementation”, paper presented to the Workshop on Ageing and the Status of the Older Population in Southeast Asia, organized by the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 22-24 November 2004, Singapore.". Workshop on Ageing and the Status of the Older Population in Southeast Asia 2004.



  • TSAO King Kwun. "“Ageing Policies in Mainland China and Hong Kong: Divergence of Health Care Provision for the Elderly under the ‘One Country Two Systems’”, paper presented to Symposium 6: Ageing Policy and International Cooperation in East Asia of the Inter-Congress Conference on ‘Ageing Societies and Ageing Sociology: Diversity and Change in a Global World’, organized by the Sociology of Ageing, 7-9 September 2004, University of Surrey, Roehampton, United Kingdom". Ageing Societies and Ageing Sociology: Diversity & Changing in a Global World 2004.



  • TSAO King Kwun. "“Welfare Policies in China and Hong Kong”, paper presented to the Launching Conference of the Network of Asia-Pacific Schools and Institutes of Public Administration and Governance (NAPSIPAG) on The Role of Public Administration in Alleviating Poverty and Improving Governance, 6-8 December, 2004, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.". NAPSIPAG The Role of Public Administration in Alleviating Poverty & Improving Governance 2004.



  • TSAO King Kwun. "“Welfare Reforms in Mainland China & Hong Kong: A Comparative Study” in Annual Report of Institute for Legal Research, No.22, July 2006, Meijigakuin University, Tokyo, Japan". Paper presented in the "Fire of Love", organized by Department of Political Studies, Faculty of Law, Tokyo, Japan, 2006.07. pp.225-228.



  • TSAO King Kwun. "Comparing Anti-Corruption Policies in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Taiwan: Different Strategies Combating Corruption in Chinese Communities". 3rd Cross-Strait Conference on Public Administration Organized by the Department of Public Policy and Management, Shih Hsin University, Taiwan, on June 2, 2007. Taipei, 2007.06.



  • TSAO King Kwun. "Comparing Social Welfare Policies in Mainland China and Hong Kong, SAR" in the 2nd Cross-Strait Conference on Public Administration : Policy Challenges in the 21st Century held on May 12 to 13, 2006, organized by University of Macau, Macao, China. "Fire of Love" Macao, China, 2006.05.



  • TSAO King Kwun. "Comparisons on Competitiveness of Shanghai & Hong Kong: Advantages and Challenges" (in Chinese). Shanghai Social Development Blue Book 2002: Urban Government and Quality of Citizen ed. by Lu HanlungShanghai, China: Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, 2002. . pp.50-63.



  • TSAO King Kwun. "Give a presentation on "Chinese Reforms in Post-Mao Era within Comparative and Historical Perspectives: Meanings and Implications", organized by Education and Manpower Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government, Nov 12, 2007 ". Education and Manpower Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government 2007.11.



  • TSAO King Kwun. "Give a seminar on "Comparing Anti-corruption Policies in Hong Kong, SAR, Mainland China and Taiwan: Different Strategies Combating Corruption in Chinese Communities" in the Department of Political Studies , Faculty of Law, Meiji Gakuin University, Tokyo, Japan, July 21, 2007. ". Department of Political Studies , Faculty of Law, Meiji Gakuin University, Tokyo, Japan 2007.07.



  • TSAO King Kwun. "Presenting a paper on “Evaluating and Discussing the Hong Kong Local Integrity Systems” in the World Cities Conference on Fighting Corruption and Safeguarding Integrity, Amsterdam, Holland, on 22 & 23 February 2007". World Cities Conference on Fighting Corruption and Safeguarding Integrity Amsterdam, 2007.02 TSAO King Kwun. “Comparative Studies on Human Resources in Shanghai and Hong Kong”, in Chinese Human Resource 2002, no.2, pp.34-35. Published by the Chinese Ministry of Personnel (co-authored with Wu Zhihua) . 《E E 75》頁 34-35. ChinaBeijing, 2002.



  • TSAO King Kwun. “Hong Kong Administrative and Civil Service Systems: Implications to Economic Development and Governance” in Shanghai-Hong Kong Development Trends 2006 edited by Hua Min and Yeung Yue-Man, The Chinese University of Hong Kong , 2007,pp 41-53.. Shanghai-Hong Kong Development Trends 2006 ed. by Hua Min and Yeung Yue-Man. Hong Kong, 2007.05.



  • TSAO King Kwun. Give a talk on Public Service and Delivery in Hong Kong SAR at Beijing University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, June 12, 2007 . 《Public Service and Delivery in Hong Kong SAR》 2008.06.



  • TSAO King Kwun. Giving a talk on Governance and Public Service Delivery of Hong Kong SAR at China National School of Administration, Beijing, June 6, 2008.. Governance and Public Service Delivery of Hong Kong SAR at China National School of Administration, 2008.06.



  • TSAO King Kwun. Giving a talk on the Governance and Anti-corruption Policies in Hong Kong at Beihang University, Beijing, May 31 2007.. Governance and Anti-corruption Policies in Hong Kong, 2008.05.



  • TSAO King Kwun. "War and Peace: Mainland-Taiwan Cross-Strait Relations From an International Perspective And its Future" in Hong Kong Economic Journal Monthly , March 2004. No.324, Hong Kong, 2004.03.15. pp20-28.



  • WANG Shaoguang. "The Evolution of China Studies in Hong Kong". National Sun Yet-sen University Gao Xiong, Taiwan, 2006.12.05.



  • WONG Wai Ho. "Bureaucratic Corruption in a Globalized World: Explaining the Divergence of National Responses in Japan, Hong Kong, and China". Paper presented in the National Public Management Research Conference, organized by Public Management Research Association, 44 pgs. Washington, DC, USA, 2003.10.10.



  • WONG Wai Ho. Contemporary Hong Kong Politics: Governance in the Post-1997 Era. (co-authored with LAM Wai-man, LUI Percy and HOLLIDAY Ian) Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2007.



  • WONG Wai Ho. "Corruption and Accountability in a Globalized World: A Comparative Study of Japan, Hong Kong and China". International Workshop on Social Audit, Social Accounting and Accountability 44 pgs. Czech Republic, Prague, 2008.05.16.



  • WONG Wai Ho. "Democracy, Asian Values, and Hong Kong: Evaluating Political Elite Beliefs". Democratization Beatty, Bob. (2003). vol.12 no.1 135-136 pgs. London, United Kingdom: Prager, 2005.02.



  • WONG Wai Ho. "Exploring Public Budgeting in China and Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Strategic Budget Conference, organized by Universal Network Intelligence, Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand, 2004.02.24.



  • WONG Wai Ho. "From a British-Style Administrative State to a Chinese-Style Political State: Civil Service Reforms in Hong Kong after the Transfer of Sovereignty". Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies Conference ed. by Richard Bush. p.31. Washington, DC, USA: Brookings Institution, 2003.08.01.



  • WONG Wai Ho. "Teaching First year Public Administration, Panel on Teaching First Year Political Science and Government in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Hong Kong Political Science Association (HKPSA) Annual Meeting, organized by City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, 2004.05.08.



  • YU Xingzhong. "Constitutional Interface between Hong Kong and the Mainland". Paper presented in the 2002 General Annual Meeting of Hong Kong Political Science Association, organized by Hong Kong Political Science Association. Hong Kong SAR, 2002.05.



  • YU Xingzhong. "Book Review: Competition Policy and Law in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan by Mark Williams". The Law and Politics Book Review vol.17 no.9 742-744 pgs. Maryland, 2007.09.



  • YU Xingzhong. "Formalism and Commitment in Hong Kong's Constitutional Development". Interpreting Hong Kong's Basic Law ed. by Hauling FU, Lison Harris and Simon NM Young. 1 ed. pp.173-187. Hong Kong: Palgrave MacMillian, 2008.01.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reserve 2 hours KNR171 .I58 2007; UL Reserve 3 days KNR171 .I58 2007 c.3; UL HK Studies KNR171 .I58 2007 c.13; UL Law KNR171 .I58 2007 c.2; Legal Resources Centre Reserve 2 hours KNR171 .I58 2007 c.5; Legal Resources Centre Reserve 1 day KNR171 .I58 2007 c.6)



  • YU Xingzhong. "The Ultimate Rule of Recognition in Hong Kong Law- Retrospect and Prospect". Hong Kong Journal of Social Science vol.22, pp.117-140. Hong Kong SAR: City University of Hong Kong Press, 2002.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical H8.C5 H75 no.22-24, 2002)



  • 馬嶽:《二零零零年立法會選舉中的策略投票 : 一項實證硏究》,香港:香港中文大學香港亞太硏究所,2002。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.131 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.131)



  • 馬嶽:〈回歸後三年:政治悶局仍待打破〉,載於《香港2000社會趨勢與政策分析》,何安達及許冬華編,網上頻道有限公司,2000,頁76-85。



  • 馬嶽:〈香港是否條件成熟發展民主?〉,《民主十問》,香港民主發展網絡編,香港:匯智出版社,2005,頁57-71。



  • 馬嶽:《選舉制度的政治效果 : 港式比例代表制的經驗》(與蔡子強合編),香港:香港城市大學出版社,2003。
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  • 馬嶽:《選舉初體驗》,香港:麥穗,2005。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies JQ1539.5.A9561 2004 X53 2005)



  • 黃偉豪:《香港特區的管治和失誤 : 布魯金斯智庫之道》,香港:明報出版社有限公司,2003。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H757 H838 2003 c.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H757 H838 2003)



  • 黃偉豪:《特區政經新思維》(與陳健民、梁嘉銳及廖振華合著),香港特別行政區:明報出版社有限公司,2002.11.。
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  • 黃偉豪:<從全球化、新經濟看香港的教育改革>,《信報》月刊第281期,頁28-32. 香港,2000.08。



  • 關信基:〈香港的民間組織:多元與合作〉(與呂大樂及陳健民合著),《當代華人城市的民間社會組織:台北,香港,廣州,廈門的比較分析》,魏樂伯編,香港特別行政區:香港中文大學,香港亞太研究所,2002,頁31-41。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize H62.5.E37 P66 no.10)



  • 〈關信基:傳媒與選舉:1998年香港立法會選舉經驗〉,《香港社會科學學報》,第23卷,香港特別行政區:香港城市大學出版社,2002。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical H8.C5 H75 no.22-24, 2002; CC Periodical H8.C5 H75 no.23-24, 2002)



  • 關信基:《過渡期香港政治》,香港:廣角鏡出版社有限公司,1993。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H757L52 1993)
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