The author of this substantial, significant study of Hong Kong's economy and recent history has probably unique experience of this many-dimensional subject. Advisor on policy and reform to the colonial government, an economist, consultant to business corporations before and after 1995, respected reporter, editor and academic, Goodstadt's insights range widely. The dense and extensively referenced text explores the dynamics of Hong Kong's unique coexisitng dynamics of private profit and identifies more public interest factors than is often acknowledged. With references, bibliography and index.
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AuthorsGoodstadt, Leo F.
PublisherHong Kong University Press