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What hinder single parents from working?

2015-05-28

The Centre released a new edition of an Occasional Paper ‘Assisting single parents to work and enhancing human resource development’, which aims to analyse the differences of proportion of working and monthly salary of single parents in terms of ‘personal characteristics’ and ‘family and housing characteristics’. It also probes different effects of each characteristic on the employment situation of single mothers and fathers.


How do Hong Kong’s senior secondary school students perceive capitalising on the opportunities in Mainland China?

2015-02-11

The Centre has recently released an Occasional Paper on ‘How do Hong Kong’s senior secondary school students perceive capitalising on the opportunities in Mainland China?’, which serves as a pilot opinion survey on exploring the perception of local senior secondary school students on Mainland exchange and internship programmes, and their willingness to pursue further development in the Mainland in the next five years.


Unleashing the economic potential of female family carers

2014-05-30

The Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre today released an Occasional Paper on ‘Unleashing the economic potential of female family carers’. By analysing statistical data, the Paper examines the impact of personal, family and housing factors on a woman’s decision to participate in the labour market or to be a family carer. It also puts forth recommendations to help unleash the economic potential of female population.