A CITY MISMANAGED HONG KONG'S STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL
 
作者: Leo F. Goodstadt 
出版社: 香港大學出版社Hong Kong University Press
書城編號: 1621251

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出版日期: 2019/11/01
頁數: 240
尺寸: 6x9 inches
ISBN: 9789888528493

 
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‘Goodstadt demonstrates how the neglect of social rights in managing the SAR has brought about serious consequences through the discussion of housing, medical services, and education. A highly readable title with a lot of interesting arguments for those who really care about Hong Kong.’ —Lui Tai-lok, Department of Asian and Policy Studies, Education University of Hong Kong ‘Goodstadt gives a well-grounded and relentless rebuke of the HKSAR government for failing to safeguard lives, quality of living and the interests of its people in the past twenty years. It is a poignant siren that calls for reflection and correction.’ —Christine M. S. Fang, Department of Social Work and Social Administration, The University of Hong Kong ‘Goodstadt utilizes his long experience in public policy in Hong Kong to interpret the city’s mismanagement. He supplies a devastating critique of the fallacy of the approach taken by the Chief Executives and the senior leaders.’ —David R. Meyer, Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis

Description:
A City Mismanaged traces the collapse of good governance in Hong Kong, explains its causes, and exposes the damaging impact on the community’s quality of life. Leo Goodstadt argues that the current well-being and future survival of Hong Kong have been threatened by disastrous policy decisions made by chief executives and their principal officials. Individual chapters look at the most shocking examples of mismanagement: the government’s refusal to implement the Basic Law in full; official reluctance to halt the large-scale dilapidation of private sector homes into accommodation unfit for habitation; and ministerial toleration of the rise of new slums. Mismanagement of economic relations with Mainland China is shown to have created severe business losses. Goodstadt’s riveting investigations include extensive scandals in the post-secondary education sector and how lives are at risk because of the inadequate staff levels and limited funding allocated to key government departments. This book offers a unique and very powerful account of Hong Kong’s struggle to survive.

Author:
Leo F. Goodstadt is an honorary fellow of the University of Hong Kong. He was head of the Hong Kong government’s Central Policy Unit from 1989 to 1997 and previously served on eight government statutory and advisory boards. His academic publications are extensive, and he has four books published by Hong Kong University Press since 2005.

Leo F. Goodstadt 作者作品表

A CITY MISMANAGED HONG KONG'S STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL
A City Mismanaged (hardcover)
Poverty in the Midst of Affluence-- How Hong Kong Mismanaged Its Prosperity
Poverty in the Midst of Affluence-- How Hong Kong Mismanaged Its Prosperity (Hardback)
Reluctant Regulators (hardcover)
Profits, Politics and Panics (hardcover)
Uneasy Partners -- The Conflict Between PUBLIC INTEREST and PRIVATE PROFIT in Hong Kong
Uneasy Partners: The Conflict Between Public Interest and Private Profit in Hong Kong

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