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Constitutional Reform for Good Governance in Hong Kong Why Popular Protests Succeed or Fail

Authors
Ming SING, Lucy CUMMINGS
Year of Publication
2010
Publisher
Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong: Center for Comparative and Public Law.

Constitutional Reform for Good Governance in Hong Kong is an essential reference book for scholars, politicians, Government officials, and students interested in researching the enormous body of literature on good governance and constitutional reform in Hong Kong. The book studies potential models of political and constitutional reform for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR). This book would add value to existing discussions by providing a scholarly analysis on international best practices in governance applicable to Hong Kong given its democratic aspirations and One Country, Two Systems restraints. Constitutional Reform for Good Governance is written by Ming Sing, Associate Professor of the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, and Lucy Cummings, Honorary Assistant Professor of the University of Hong Kong.