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Civic Engagement - Key to Better Policy-making and Governance


The study on ‘From Consultation to Civic Engagement: The Road to Better Policy-making and Governance in Hong Kong’ aims to examine how best to engage with civil society actors and organisations in Government’s policy making process, and make recommendations to enhance such engagement in future public policy making in Hong Kong.

Competitiveness of the Hong Kong Economy: A Study on Productivity Growth, Unit Labour Costs & Structural Changes in Export Composition

Our assessment of the competitiveness of the Hong Kong economy from various perspectives indicates that the overall competitiveness of Hong Kong economy has been improving during the past several years. However, from a longer term historical perspective, there are still a number of areas in which Hong Kong’s competitiveness has been eroded relative to her main competitors in East Asia, especially in export sector.

An Analysis of the Managed Care Market in Hong Kong

In July 2006, the Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre commissioned the Public Policy Research Institute (PPRI) of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University(University) to survey and analyze the existing managed care market in Hong Kong.This Executive Summary summarizes the major findings of this Study.

Review of HK's Socio-Economic Progress: A Quantitative Assessment


The study seeks to give an overview of the economic and social progress of Hong Kong over the past two decades, and to track the outstanding and emerging challenges for Hong Kong going forward. It aims at providing a balanced and objective assessment to help establish a factual context for policy-making and wider discussion. 

Hong Kong Competitiveness: A Multi-Dimensional Approach

Competitiveness has emerged as a pre-eminent issue in many major economies around the world. The ability of a nation or region to succeed in international markets, to achieve high levels of productivity, to create an attractive business environment, and ultimately to provide a high standard of living to its residents has long been a focus of analysis and policy. Work on competitiveness over the last two decades has shown the importance of a systemic approach that encompasses overall economic co