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Social Policy Reform in Hong Kong and Shanghai

A Tale of Two Cities (Hong Kong Becoming China)

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Published by M.E. Sharpe .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian studies,
  • Social issues,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • General,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • China,
  • Hong Kong,
  • Reference,
  • Asia - China

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsLinda Wong (Editor), Lynn T. White (Editor), Gui Shixun (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9488194M
    ISBN 100765613123
    ISBN 109780765613127
    OCLC/WorldCa52090510

    Social Policy Reform in Hong Kong and Shanghai: A Tale of Two Cities, co-ed. with Linda Wong and Gui Shixun (Armonk: M.E. Sharpe /Routledge, . China’s Foreign Pla ces Th e Foreign Presence in China in the Treaty Port Era, – the history and development of Hong Kong and Shanghai. Some books cover one particular issue Only the entries on Hong Kong and Shanghai have been given a .

    Linda Wong, Lynn White and Gui Shixun (eds.), Social Policy Reform in Hong Kong and Shanghai. A Tale of Two Cities [Full text] Armonk (N.Y.), London, M.E. Sharpe, , p. Joint Publishing (Chinese: 三聯書店), also known as Sanlian Press or SDX Joint Publishing, is a book store chain and publisher founded at Queen's Road Central in Hong Kong on 18 October Joint Publishing (Hong Kong) is one of major book store chains in Hong Kong and currently a subsidiary company of Sino United Publishing (Holdings) Mainland China branches of the book Founded: in Shanghai, (moved to .

      In , Gordon Chang, an American lawyer who had spent many years in Hong Kong and Shanghai, published a book forebodingly titled “The Coming Collapse of China.” At the time, the thesis. Abstract. Kernen Antoine. Linda Wong, Lynn White et Gui Shixun (éds.), Social Policy Reform in Hong Kong and Shanghai. A Tale of Two Cities. In: Perspectives chinoises, n°90, p. 54Author: Kernen Antoine.


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Social Policy Reform in Hong Kong and Shanghai: A Tale of Two Cities / Edition 1 available in Hardcover, Paperback, NOOK BookPrice: $   Social Policy Reform in Hong Kong and Shanghai: A Tale of Two Cities book A Tale of Two Cities Social Policy Reform in Hong Kong and Shanghai: A Tale of Two CitiesAuthor: Linda Wong, Lynn T.

White, Gui Shixun. Social Policy Reform in Hong Kong and Shanghai | As the richest cities in the world's most populous nation, Hong Kong and Shanghai have recently experienced dynamic growth spurred by more and better-managed capital.

These cities also have social problems whose solutions will cost money. Read "Social Policy Reform in Hong Kong and Shanghai: A Tale of Two Cities A Tale of Two Cities" by Linda Wong available from Rakuten Kobo. As the richest cities in the world's most populous nation, Hong Kong and Shanghai Brand: Taylor And Francis.

"this book is very readable and is a good introduction for those who wish to acquire basic knowledge of the complex situation of social movements and political reform in Hong Kong."-Journal of Third World StudiesCited by: PDF | On Aug 1,Antoine Kernen and others published Linda Wong, Lynn White et Gui Shixun (éds.), Social Policy Reform in Hong Kong and : Antoine Kernen.

Changes in Social Policy in Hong Kong since The housing area was the only policy area that recorded a decrease from HK$24, million to HK$17, million. Figure shows the percentage of the expenditure on the four policy areas of GDP from –98 to – From –98 to –04, expend.

P Schooling in Hong Kong (book chapter in Going to School in East Asia, ) P Legislation and Educational Change: The Struggles for Social Justice and Quality in China's Compulsory Schooling (Education and the Law, ) (AEI) P Social Change and Political-Cultural Struggle in Hong Kong's School Music (Education & Society, ) (ERIH).

Under China’s “one country, two systems,” policy, Hong Kong has autonomy over its school system, run by the Education Bureau, thus making it distinct and unique from that in China.

This societal emphasis placed on doing well in school created a fertile ground for education reform. This collective work edited by Linda Wong, Lynn White and Gui Shixun offers an excellent overview of the social policies of Shanghai and Hong Kong, at the same time contributing to enrichment of a field of study that has until recently been left rather barren in the : Antoine Kernen.

Bachelor of Social Sciences – Senior Theses Undergraduate Open Access Dissertations Part of the Public Administration Commons Recommended Citation Chan, K. Public sector reforms in Hong Kong in the s (UG dissertation, Lingnan University, sector reform was launched in Hong Kong, there were aboutcivil servants.

"This book may be the first study in English that systematically compares the social policies of Hong Kong and Shanghai. It covers most of the important policies such as health care, housing, education, labor, social security, eldercare, and migration; and it fills in a gap in the literature on comparative social policy.".

(b) outline alternative theories of social policy. (c) describe the general social policy process in Hong Kong. (d) analyse the historical and contemporary development of social policy and social services in Hong Kong.

(e) discuss current critical issues of social policy and social servicesin Hong Size: KB. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Social Policy Reform in Hong Kong and Shanghai: A Tale of Two Cities: A Tale of Two Cities at ‘Poverty and Social Security.’ In L. Wong, L. White, and S.

Gui () (eds), Social Policy Reform in Hong Kong and Shanghai. A Tale of Two Cited by: 2. Social Policy Reform in Hong Kong and Shanghai: A Tale of Two Cities, co-ed. with Linda Wong and Gui Shixun (Armonk: M.E. Sharpe/Routledge, ); also.

Social Policy Reform in Hong Kong and Shanghai: A Tale of Two Cities: A Tale of Two Cities Linda Wong As the richest cities in the world's most populous nation, Hong Kong and Shanghai have recently experienced dynamic.

Beginning in the s, the education departments of Hong Kong and Shanghai began to actively initiate reform with a focus on the quality of education.

In reviewing the implementation of educational reform in these two societies, we found that Hong Kong teachers tended to only adopt those policies which they felt were beneficial for students' learning, whereas Shanghai Cited by:   The financial markets of Hong Kong and Singapore are leading examples in Asian financial development and regulation.

Shanghai, which is developing its Free Trade Pilot Zone, is equally aiming to incorporate a sophisticated service market in order to upgrade, reform and reinvigorate the current economic model of development in China in the aftermath of the global.

Crawford Murray MacLehose, Baron MacLehose of Beoch, KT, GBE, KCMG, KCVO, DL (Chinese: 麥理浩, 16 October – 27 May ), was a British politician, diplomat and the 25th Governor of Hong Kong, from to He was the longest-serving governor of the colony, with four successive terms in office.

1 Early life and mater: Balliol College, Oxford.4 THE THROUGH TRAIN: STOCK CONNECT’S IMPACT AND FUTURE WHERE WE ARE NOW The backdrop Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect, though labeled a pilot project, is a major step forward for China’s cross-border investment strategy.

It arrives at a time when the world’s most populous nation is in the middle of significant financial reform.This paper examines the change in social policy in Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) after the Asian financial crisis, tracing how the historical path of development, economic globalization and the state of political development have combined to structure the response of the state to growing pressures for change in its welfare regime.