Welfare in newly-industrialised society: the construction of the welfare state in Hong Kong
Avebury, 1996 - 306 頁
In Welfare in Newly Industrialised Society, Raymond Chan provides an analysis of the forces and factors which have driven the expansion of Hong Kong's welfare state in recent decades, and looks ahead to how this might change in the future.
讀者評論 - 撰寫評論
Welfare state and marketisation
Theories of welfare state
Figures and Tables
Akers-Jones appointed argued autonomy budget business sector capitalist cent changes China Chinese Committee compulsory education consultation context corporatism Council David Akers-Jones debate decision demands democratic economic elected elite ExCo expenditure explained factors fee charging policy fiscal fiscal conservatism free and compulsory functional constituencies government's Governor growth HKAR home ownership Hong Kong Government Hospital Authority housing policy ibid impact implementation income increase interests issues Kong's labour LegCo Lightbody MacLehose major marketisation medical services middle class Ming Pao Monthly needs Neo-Marxism officials organisations participation parties personal interview PHoA policy process political population pressure groups primary education private sector privatisation problems professionals proposal public housing reforms rent resettlement response riots sandwich class scheme schools SCMP Scott secondary Secretary social services social welfare society STJP strategy structure subsidised Table thesis TYHCP unofficials White Paper