Hong Kong Transition Project (Phase III)
1998 ~ 2001 Research Outputs

Michael E. DeGolyer

Janet Lee Scott

Sonny Lo Shiu-hing

Newman Lam M. K. Kenneth Chan K. L. Eilo Yu Wing-yat


Dr. Michael E. DeGolyer, Principal Investigator

Publications

  1. "Legitimacy and leadership: public attitudes in post-British Hong Kong," Hong Kong in Transition: One Country, Two Systems (London: Routledge 2002) in press.
  2. "Conditional Citizenship versus Unconditional Love: Hong Kong People's Attitudes Toward the New Motherland," Citizenship Studies (Sage, July 2001) 165-183.
  3. "Recul des democrates main montee du politique," Perspectives chinoises No. 61 (Sept-Oct 2000) 53-62.
  4. "The Hong Kong SAR Legislative Council Elections of 2000," China Perspectives No. 32 (Nov-Dec 2000) 49-56.
  5. "Transitional Dynamics," Company Secretary (lead article, professional publication of Hong Kong Institute of Company Secretaries), (Vol. 10 #6, June 2000) 6-12.
  6. "Competition Policy," Company Secretary (lead article, professional publication of Hong Kong Institute of Company Secretaries), (Vol. 10 #4, April 2000) 10-14.
  7. "Democracy and rule of law in Hong Kong since 1997," American Asian Review (Vol. XVIII, No. 1, Spring 2000) 121-172.
  8. "Civil Service" in Yiu-Kwan Fan and Larry Chuen-Ho Chow, eds. The Other Hong Kong Report 1998 (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1998), pp.73-114.
  9. "Western Exposure, China Orientation: The Effects of Foreign Ties and Experience on Hong Kong," in Peter Koehn and Joseph Cheng, eds., The Outlook for US-China Trade and Cultural Exchange Relations Following the 1997-98 Summits: Chinese and American Perspectives (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1998)
  10. "Having their Say in Hong Kong," China Business Review (October 1998) 44-47.
  11. "Public Opinion on Hong Kong's Transition," in Ian Scott, ed. Institutional Change and the Political Transition in Hong Kong (London: Macmillan, 1998) 29-63.
  12. "One Country, Two Systems," in Colin Mackerras, Donald McMillen, Andrew Watson, eds., Dictionary of the Politics of the People's Republic of China (London: Routledge, 1998) 165.
  13. "South China Sea," in Colin Mackerras, Donald McMillen, Andrew Watson, eds., Dictionary of the Politics of the People's Republic of China (London: Routledge, 1998) 199-200.
  14. "The Political Transition and Its Effects on Hong Kong's Civil Society", The American Asian Review (Dec. 97):801-864.
  15. "Public Opinion and Socio-Cultural Change in Transitional Hong Kong". In, Macau and Its Neighbors in Transition. Rufino Ramos, Jose Rocha Dinis, D.Y. Yuan and Rex Wilson, eds. (Macau: University of Macau, 1997)
  16. "Public Opinion and Political Culture". In, The Other Hong Kong Report l997. Joseph Y. S. Cheng, ed. (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, l997).
  17. Michael DeGolyer and January Lee Scott, "The Myth of Political Apathy in Hong Kong", The Annals, AAPSS: 547:68-78. September, l996.
  18. "China's Changing Circumstances: Challenges to National Security, with a focus on Hong Kong and China". In, Emergence of East Asia. Jae Ho Chung and De Piao Tang, eds. (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, l995).

Conference papers

  1. "How safe is Hong Kong? An assessment post 9-11" AmCham Hong Kong Panel, "Terror and the News" Marriot Hotel, 6 Nov 2001.
  2. "Political development and social stability in Hong Kong," Security Studies Group, US Consulate and other Foreign consulate military and security affairs staff, FCC, 19 Oct 2001.
  3. "Politics and Economics in Hong Kong public opinion," Hong Kong University School of Law and Duke University Law School, Hong Kong University, 16 July 2001.
  4. "Above the Medium: Media suffusion and its consequences on the Hong Kong mentality," International Cultural Studies Conference, City University, Hong Kong 4-6 June 2001.
  5. "The 2000 Legco elections," Chinese University, 2000 Legco Post-election conference, 15 Dec 2000.
  6. "Elections in Hong Kong: Trends and issues in public opinion," Hong Kong School of Law, Workshop on the 2000 Legco election, Hong Kong University, 9 Sept 2000.
  7. "The Taiwan issue according to Hong Kong people's view," Security Studies Group, Hong Kong, 15 June 2000.
  8. Legitimacy and Leadership: Public Attitudes in Post-British Hong Kong," Hong Kong in Transition Conference II, Chatham House, London, 2 June 2000.
  9. "Democracy and the rule of law in Hong Kong post-1997," 17th International Asian Studies Conference, St. Johns University, NY, Nov 1999.
  10. "Public opinion and economic crisis in Hong Kong," Hong Kong University, School of Law & Duke University School of Law, Hong Kong University, July 1999.
  11. "Public Opinion and Participation in the 1998 Elections, "HK Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Conf. on 1998 Legco Elections, Chinese University, Sept.1998.
  12. "An exploration of the role of third parties in Hong Kong's return: an example of the new limits to 21st century sovereignty?" The Atlantic Council & Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies cont.on Asian Approaches to International Negotiations, Honolulu Hawaii, September 1998.
  13. "Hong Kong public opinion one year after, "Wilton Park UK Foreign Office conf. on Hong Kong Wilton Park, UK. July 1998.
  14. "Hong Kong's Response to Asia's Currency Crisis, "Hong Kong Univ.School of Law & Duke Univ. School of Law, Hong Kong Univ. July 1998.
  15. "Western Exposure, China Orientation: the effects of foreign ties and experience on Hong Kong opinions and perspectives," HK-America Centre, David Lam Centre, Centre for Asian Studies, HKUST and HK Transition Project, "Outlook for China-USA Relations" May 1998.
  16. "Reunion Views and Blues: Perspectives on Hong Kong's Integration with China, "Hong Kong Baptist University, May 1998.
  17. "The Role of Civil Society," Hong Kong Democratic Foundation conf. "Government in Evolution," HK Convention & Exhibition Centre, March 1998.
  18. "Can we see the first signs of change in Hong Kong's refugee mentality?" Centre of Asian Studies/ Hong Kong-America Centre, HKU, February.1998

          Commissioned Research

  1. "Taking Charge and Cleaning Up: The search for a greener environment in the Hong Kong SAR" (Report of survey of 946 Hong Kong residents, commissioned by Civic Exchange, an independent Hong Kong policy research think tank and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund of the US. (Hong Kong Baptist University Press, 77 pages) Dec 2001.

          Professional (non-refereed) publications

  1. "China Brief:  Funny Business in Hong Kong," AmCham Magazine  (Dec. 2000) 15-16.  (Awarded a Certificate of Special Merit for commentary & analysis at the 2001 Hong Kong Human Rights Awards).
  2. "For Sale:  “One country, two systems” Must see to appreciate," The Correspondent  (June-July 2000) 22-23.  (Publication of the Foreign Correspondents Club of Hong Kong.)
  3. “Tomorrowland,” The Correspondent  (February-March 2000) 10-11.
  4. “Li vs Lee: Executives, legislators, property, politics, and public opinion,” Hong Kong Democratic Foundation Newsletter (March 1999).
  5. Review of Chris Patten, East and West in Asiaweek  (October 1998).

        Others / Interview Records

  1. "A Year of Great Significance: Hong Kong in Economic Crisis-Democracy and Political development; Patriotism and Identity; Performance and Polices" . Report presented at the Hong Kong Transition Project (Oct Volatility Survey) Press Conference at the Foreign Correspondents' Club, Nov 20,1998.
  2. "Will the people Speak and what will they say?" Report presented at the Hong Kong Transition Project (Pre-Election Survey) Press Conference at the Foreign Correspondents' Club, May 14,1998.
  3. "Hong Kong scores," Sunday South China Morning Post (25 January 1998).
  4. "Lai See Budget," Hong Kong Standard "Budget Special" (19 February 1998).
  5. "Why elections matter," South China Morning Post (10 April 1998).
  6. "Disconnected from reality," South China Morning Post (24 April 1998).
  7. "Perils of Prediction," South China Morning Post (8 May 1998).
  8. "Unintended Consequences," Asian Wall Street Journal (19 May 1998).
  9. "Power to the People," Sunday Morning Post (24 May 1998).
  10. "Surprise!" Hong Kong Economic Times (2 June 1998) In Chinese.
  11. "Putting election predictions into perspective," South China Morning Post (5 June 1998).
  12. "Educated answer to crisis," South China Morning Post (26 June 1998).
  13. "Executive branch stands at crucial crossroads," South China Morning Post (13 July 1998).

        Professional (non-refereed) publications
 

  1. “China Brief:  Funny Business in Hong Kong,” AmCham Magazine  (Dec. 2000) 15-16.  (Awarded a Certificate of Special Merit for commentary & analysis at the 2001 Hong Kong Human Rights Awards)
  2. “For Sale:  “One country, two systems” Must see to appreciate,” The Correspondent  (June-July 2000) 22-23.  (Publication of the Foreign Correspondents Club of Hong Kong.)
  3. “Tomorrowland,” The Correspondent  (February-March 2000) 10-11.
  4. “Li vs Lee: Executives, legislators, property, politics, and public opinion,” Hong Kong Democratic Foundation Newsletter (March 1999).
  5. Review of Chris Patten, East and West in Asiaweek  (October 1998).

         Briefings **

  1. "Winter of Despair:  Confidence and legitimacy in crisis in the Hong Kong SAR", December 2001.
  2. "Becoming China:  The public’s state of mind on Hong Kong’s integration with the mainland", April 2001.
  3. "Poll-arization:  Election politics and the politicizing of Hong Kong", September 2000.
  4. "Reform:  Hong Kong’s version of “One Country, Two Systems” and China’s path to reunification", May 2000.
  5. "Tomorrowland:  Visions, Dreams and Disneyfication in Hong Kong", November 1999.
  6. DeGolyer, M., Chan, Kenneth and Chan, Donis. "Forming Opinions More Thoughtfully: The First Deliberative Opinion Poll in Hong Kong. First Report", September 1999.
  7. "The Matrix:  What’s real and what’s not in Hong Kong public opinion", July 1999.
  8. "A Year of Great Significance", November 1998.

 

** (presented at the Foreign Correspondent’s Club, distributed in hard copy and on project website) Michael E. DeGolyer, main author except where noted, from 3-4 project members jointly present all these briefings and present the findings as well as draft the questionnaires for the surveys.

 

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Dr. Janet Lee Scott, Co-Investigator

Publications

  1. "Beyond Apathy: Community Participation and the Acquisition of Political Skills in Hong Kong", Citizenship Studies vol. 5, no. 2 (July 2001).
  2. "Tenements and Mutual Aid Committees". In In the Heart of the Metropolis, Patrick Hase, editor. Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch. (Hong Kong: Joint Publishing) 2000.
  3. Michael DeGolyer and Janet Lee Scott, "The Myth of Political Apathy in Hong Kong". In, Hong Kong and China, Pursuing a New Destiny. Max J. Skidmore, ed. (Singapore: Toppan, l997)
  4. Michael DeGolyer and Janet Lee Scott, "The Myth of Political Apathy in Hong Kong", The
  5. Annals , AAPSS, 547: 68-78. September, l996.

          Conference papers

  1. “The Campaign Imperative: Candidate Strategies and Voter Expectations in Hong Kong’s Elections,” The 2nd Annual Meeting of the Hong Kong Sociology Association. Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, 25 Nov 2000.
  2. "Personal Networks and Women's Community Participation in Hong Kong: A Reconsideration," The Third Tsinghua-Baptist International Conference in Beijing. June 15-17, 2000.

Others / Interview Records

  1. "A Year of Great Significance: Hong Kong in Economic Crisis-Democracy and Political Development; Patriotism and Identity; Performance and Polices" . Report presented at the Hong Kong Transition Project (Oct Volatility Survey) Press Conference at the Foreign Correspondents' Club, Nov 20,1998.

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Dr. Lo Shiu-hing, Co-Investigator

Publications

  1. Lo Shiu-hing, Yu Wing-yat, Bruce Kwong, Wan Kwok-fai & Cheung Yat-fung. " Dong Jianhua Zhengfu Guanzhi Weiji Yu Chulu" (Translated: Tung Chee-hwa Government: Crises and Solutions) (Hong Kong: Ming Pao, 2002).

  2. Governing Hong Kong:  Legitimacy, Communication and Political Decay  (NY: Nova, 2001) 358 pages.

  3. "Citizenship and Participation in Hong Kong," Citizenship Studies, vol. 5, no. 2 (July 2001), pp. 127-142.

  4. Lo, Shiu-hing & Yu, Wing-yat. "The Politics of Electoral Reform in Hong Kong," Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, vol. 39, no. 1 (July 2001), pp. 98-123.

  5. "The Sino-British Settlement for Hong Kong and the Anglo-Spanish Dispute over Gibraltar: Comparisons, Implications and Solutions," East-West Dialogue, vol. 6, no. 1 (May 2001).

  6. "Five Perspectives on Beijing's Policy Towards Hong Kong," in Joseph Cheng, ed., Political Development in the HKSAR (Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong.

  7. Lo Shiu-hing, Yu Wing-yat, Wong Kwok-fai. “The 2000 Legislative Council Elections in the Hong Kong SAR,” Chinese Law and Government Vol. 34 No. 2 (M.E. Sharpe 2001).

  8. "The Politics of the Debate over the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong," China Quarterly, no. 161 (March 2000), pp. 221-239.

  9. "Towards the end of the Stanley Ho connection?" China Perspectives, no. 26, (November - December 1999), pp. 56-65.

  10. “Hong Kong’s Political Influence on South China,” Problems of Post-Communism, vol.46,  no.4 (July/August 1999), pp.33-41.

  11. "Democratization Without Decentralization: Local Government in Hong Kong," Journal of Contemporary China, 8-21 (1999), pp. 299-317.
  12. "Citizen Participation, Political Culture and Governability in Hong Kong: A Critique of the Psychocultural Approach," in Joseph Cheng, ed., Political Participation in Hong Kong: Theoretical issues and Historical Legacy (Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press, 1999), pp. 49-70.
  13. Lo, Shiu-hing & Yu, Wing-yat. "The Politicization of Mutual Aid Committees," In, Power Transfer and Electoral Politics. Kuan Hsin-Chi et al, ed. (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1999).
  14. "The Democratic Party in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region," Round Table, 352 (England, 1999), pp. 635-658.
  15. "Public Maladministration and Bureaucratic Corruption in China," in David Teather and Herbert Yee, eds., China in Transition: Issues and Policies (London: Macmillan, 1999), pp. 47-68.
  16. "Mass Media and Politics in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region,". East Asia: An International Quarterly, vol.16, numbers 3-4 (Autumn/Winter 1998), pp. 111-136.
  17. "The Politics of the Court of Final Appeal Debate in Hong Kong," China Quarterly, forthcoming.
  18. "The Politics of Sustaining, Reversing and Constraining Democratization in Hong Kong". Australian Journal of International Affairs, Vol.52, no.3 (1998), pp.273-292.
  19. "The Changing Dimensions of Executive-Legislative Relations: The Case of Hong Kong," Public Administration and Policy, vol. 7, no.2 (September 1998), pp.73-104.
  20. "Political Parties, Elite-Mass Gap and Political Instability in Hong Kong". Contemporary Southeast Asia, vol.20, no.1 (April 1998), pp.67-87. April 1998.
  21. "The Politics of Democratization in Hong Kong." (London: Macmillan, 1997).
  22. "Political opposition, Co-optation, and Democratization: the Case of Hong Kong". In, Political Order and Power Transition in Hong Kong. Li Pang-kwong, ed. (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, l997).
  23. "The Democracy Movement in Hong Kong and Its Implications for South China". Journal of Contemporary Asia 27 (2):198-216. l997.
  24. "New Direction in the Study of Hong Kong Politics". In, Political Science's New Perspectives. Joseph Cheng and Kaw Kam-yee, eds. (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, l997).
  25. "Hong Kong: Post-Colonialism and Political Conflict". In, The New Rich in Asia: Mobile phones, McDonalds and middle-class revolution . Richard Robison and David S. G. Goodman, eds. (London: Routledge, l996).
  26. "Political Parties in Hong Kong: The Role of 'Pro-China' Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong". Asian Journal of Political Science 4:98-129. l996.
  27. "Liberalization and Democratization in Taiwan: A Class and Functional Perspective". In, Democratization in East and Southeast Asia, Anek Lathaomathas, ed. (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies l996).
  28. "Anti-Corruption and Crime". In, The Other Hong Kong Report. Nyaw Mee-kau and Li Si-ming, eds. (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, l996).

Conference papers

  1. "The Politics of Judicial Autonomy in Hong Kong: A need to establish the constitutional convention of self-restraint", Asian Jurisprudence at the City University of Hong Kong, 18 January 2002.
  2. Lo, Shiu-hing, Yu-Wing-yat & Wan, Kwok-fai. "The 1999 District Councils Elections", a paper presented at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 16 December 2000.
  3.  "The Politics of Judicial Autonomy in Hong Kong", Conference paper at Warwick University, June 1999.
  4. Lo, Shiu-hing & Yu, Wing-yat. "The Politicization of Mutual Aid Committees in Hong Kong's Elections", Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Conference on 1998 Legco Elections, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 24 September 1999.

Others / Interview Records

  1. "A Year of Great Significance: Hong Kong in Economic Crisis-Intervention and the Rule of Law ". Report presented at the Hong Kong Transition Project (Oct Volatility Survey) Press Conference at the Foreign Correspondents' Club, Nov 20,1998.
  2. "Will the people Speak and what will they say?" Report presented at the Hong Kong Transition Project (Pre-Election Survey) Press Conference at the Foreign Correspondents' Club, May 14,1998.
  3. 2 February 1999, interviewed by the ATV's Inside Story on the Future of Democracy in Hong Kong
  4. 5 February 1999, radio interviewed by the Mandarin program of the BBC from England on the Court of Final Appeal's judgment in Hong Kong.
  5. 20 May 1998, interviewed by Commercial Radio, Metro News (on election and later on Indonesian political development), Los Angeles Times, Far Eastern Economic Review
  6. 19 May 1998: interviewed by Singapore Strait Times on Macau
  7. 18 May 1998: interviewed by Mandarin Station of the British Broadcasting Corporation on Hong Kong
  8. Around election day (before and after): interviewed by CNN and CNBC on HK election
  9. "Looking beyond 2007," South China Morning Post, (14 May 1998).
  10. "Sino-Portuguese relations covering the question of governance in Macau," Mingpao, (14 May 1998).
  11. "Pundits left red-faced as mature electorate debunks myth of political apathy," Hong Kong Standard, (25 may 1998).
  12. Lam, N., & Lo, S.H., "How the rains helped the polls," South China Morning Post, (28 May ,1998).
  13. "A crisis of government," South China Morning Post, (20 July,1998).
  14. " Two facets of abolishing the Municipal Councils," Mingpao, (19 Oct,1998).
  15. "The business sector should actively participate in Democratization," Mingpao, (22 January,1999).

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Dr. Newman M.K. Lam, Co-Investigator

Publications

  1.  "Economic policy versus public opinions: What has the Hong Kong government been doing and what do the people want?" in Hong Kong in Transition: One Country, Two Systems,  (London:  Routledge 2002) in press.
  2.  "Government intervention in the economy: a comparative analysis of Singapore and Hong Kong," Public Administration and Development, 2000, 20, 397-421.
  3. "The changing functions of public budgeting in Hong Kong," Public Administration and Policy, 2000, 9, 2, 1-25.
  4. "Government intervention in the economy: a comparative analysis of Singapore and Hong Kong," (submitted to Public Administration and Development).
  5. Lam, N., Cutt, J.,& Prince,M. "The Canada Pension Plan: retrospect and prospect," in K.G. Banting & R. Boadway (Eds.), Reform of Retirement Income Policy: International and Canadian Perspectives, Kingston: Queens University, 1997, 105-134.
  6. Lam, N., Prince, M., and Cutt,J. "Restoring the Canada Pension Plan: simulating the future and simulating the social policy debate," in J.B. Burbridge et al (Eds.), When We're 65: Reforming Canada's Retirement Income System, Toronto; C.D. Howe Institute, 1996, 129-70.
  7. Lam,N., Cutt, J., & Prince,M. "Contain CPP rate increase," Policy Options, 1995, 16, 7, 28-32.
  8. "Why is the CPP contribution rate going up? Looking back at the Canada Pension Plan from 1966 to 1990," in N.Lam, M. Prince & J.Cutt, Reforming the Public Pension System in Canada: Retrospect and Prospect, Victoria: Centre for Public Sector Studies, 1993, 35-55.
  9. "Fully funded versus pay-as-you-go: a projection of the Canada Pension Plan into the future," in N.Lam, M. Prince, & J.Cutt, Reforming the Public Pension System in Canada: Retrospect and Prospect, Victoria: Centre for Public Sector Studies, 1993, 56-68.
  10. Lee, E.S., MacGregor, J.N., Bavelas, A., Lam, N., Mirlin, L., & Morrison, I. "The effects of error transformations on classification performance," Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 1988.
  11. Lee, E.S., MacGregor, J.N., Lam,N., & Chao,G. "Keyword-menu retrieval: an effective alternative to menu indexes," Ergonomics, 1986, 29,115-130.
  12. Lee, E.S., MacGregor, J.N., Lam,N., & Chao,G. "Effects of experience in keyword-menu retrieval," D.J. Oborne (ed.) Contemporary Ergonomics 1986, London: Taylor & Francis, 310-314.
  13. MacGregor, J.N., Lee, E.S., & Lam, N. "Optimizing the structure of menu indexes: a decision model of menu search," Human Factors, 1986, 28, 387-400.
  14. MacGregor, J.N., Lee, E.S., & Lam, N. "Optimizing the structure of menu indexes," in D.J. Oborne (Ed.) Contemporary Ergonomics, 1986, London: Taylor & Francis, 315-319.

Conference papers

  1. Lam, N., Cutt, J.,& Prince, M. "The Canada Pension Plan: retrospect and prospect," Conference on Reform of the Retirement Income System, Kingston: Queens University, 1996.
  2. Lam, N. "Software compatibility in systems design," National Conference on Management in the Public Sector, 1986, Victoria, B.C., Canada, 1986.

Others / Interview Records

  1. "A Year of Great Significance: Hong Kong in Economic Crisis-Intervention and the Rule of Law ". Report presented at the Hong Kong Transition Project (Oct Volatility Survey) Press Conference at the Foreign Correspondents' Club, Nov 20,1998.
  2. "Will the people Speak and what will they say?" Report presented at the Hong Kong Transition Project (Pre-Election Survey) Press Conference at the Foreign Correspondents' Club, May 14,1998.
  3. "Parties need to address worries," South China Morning Post, (21 May,1998).
  4. "How the rains helped the poll," South China Morning Post, (28 May,1998).

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Dr. Kenneth Ka-Lok Chan, Co-Investigator

Publications

  1. “Idealism versus Realism in Institutional Choice: Explaining Electoral Reforms in Poland”, West European Politics, 24 (2001), 65-88.
  2. “Structuralism versus Intentionalism in Post-Communist Party System Evolution: The Polish Case”, Party Politics, 7 (2001), 605-619.
  3. “Departmental Profile: The Department of Government and International Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University”, ECPR News, 12 (2001), 19-21.
  4. “Strands of Conservatism in Post-Communist Democracies: Europeanisation, Democratisation and Convergence", in Paul Lewis (ed), Party Development and Democratic Change in Post-Communist Europe - the First Decade, London: Frank Cass 2001.
  5. “Migrants: Ignorance and fear of the unknown made Hong Kong resist the integration of mainland migrants”, South China Morning Post Hong Kong Review 1999, 17 January 2000, 8-9.
  6. “Executive-Legislative Relations”, Special Commemorative Issue on the 10th Anniversary of the Promulgation of the HKSAR Basic Law, Hong Kong: Education Department, HKSAR Government, 2000, 42-43 (in Chinese).
  7. “Humanitarian Intervention vs. State Sovereignty”, in S.M. Chow (ed), Globalization, the New Millenium, New Thinking, Ming Pao Publication, 2000, 61-64 (in Chinese). An earlier version of this article is published in Ming Pao, December 23, 1999.
  8. “After 1989:  Hopes and Shadows in the Post-Communist World”, Hong Kong Journal of the Social Sciences Special issue, 14, 1999 1-61.
  9. “The Religious Base of Mass Ideological and Party Preferences in Poland”, in David Broughton and Hans-Martien ten Napel (eds), Religion and Mass Electoral Bahaviour in Europe, London: Routledge, 2000.
  10. Forming Opinions More Thoughtfully: The First Deliberative Opinion Poll in Hong Kong,   November 1999 (with Donis Chan and Michael DeGolyer).
  11. “Book review: Kazimierz Poznanski, Poland's Protracted Transition: Institutional Change and Economic Growth,” 1970-1994, Political Studies (UK), 46:2, 1998, p.391.
  12. “The Polish General Election of September 1997”, Electoral Studies (UK), 17:4, 1998, 561-567.
  13. “Religion and Politics in Post-Communist Poland”, East-West Dialogue (Hong Kong), 3:1, 1998, 86-114.
  14. “Post-Communist Party Politics: The New Polish Party System”, Oxford International Review (UK), 8:1, 1997, 40-44.
  15. “Panstwa Autorytarne a Tajwanski Cud Gospodarczy”, Studia Polityczna (Poland), 6 (1996), 117-125 (in Polish).
  16. “Poland at the Crossroads: the 1993 General Election”, Europe-Asia Studies (UK), 47:1, 1995, 123-145.

Conference papers

  1. “Idealism versus Realism in Institutional Choice: Generalising from the Polish Case”, paper presented to the ECPR 2001 Conference at the University of Kent at Canterbury, September 6-10, 2001.
  2. “Regional Integration and Security in Europe and the Asia-Pacific: A Comparative Analysis”, paper presented at the International Studies Association 2001 Hong Kong Conference, July 26-28, 2001.
  3. “Strands of Conservative Politics in Post-Communist Democracies: Adapting to Europeanization and democratisation”, at conference, “Ten Years Freedom-Transition and Consolidation of Democracy. The Case of Central Europe (1990-2000)”, Hungarian Twentieth Century Institute in Budapest, Hungary, 30 October-1 November 2000.
  4. By invitation: “Overcoming Diversity in Europe: Lessons for Asia”, paper presented at the 1st Asian Integration Conference, The Implications of European Integration for Northeast Asia, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, on April 11, 2000.
  5. “In Search of Democratic Governance in Post-Communist Poland: An Institutional Perspective”, paper presented at the 28th ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops (April 2000), Copenhagen, Denmark.
  6. “Strands for Conservatism in the Post-Communist World”, paper prepared for presentation at the 27th ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, Mannheim, Germany, March 26-31, 1999.
  7. “Civil Society in Poland and Eastern Europe”, paper presented at the Department of Government and Public Administration, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, March 22, 1999.
  8. “Democratisation and Party System Evolution in Poland”, paper presented at the 26th European Consortium for Political Research Joint Sessions of Workshops (March 1998), Warwick, England.
  9. “Religion and Politics in Post-Communist Poland”, paper presented at the 25th European Consortium for Political Research Joint Sessions of Workshops (March 1997), Bern, Switzerland.

Others / Interview Records

  1. Commentator on Hong Kong politics, Russian politics and European affairs for local and foreign media including BBC, CNN, CNBC, RTHK, Commercial Radio (HK), Cable News (HK), South China Morning Post, Agence France-Presse and Hong Kong Standard.
  2. 'Hong Kong After Handover'. Discussion with delegates of the United Kingdom House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee, April 1, 1998.
  3. 'An Analysis of Hong Kong Citizens' Party Identification'. Report presented at the Hong Kong Transition Project (Pre-Election Survey) Press Conference at the Foreign Correspondents' Club, May 14, 1998.
  4. Guest speaker at a specialist forum 'Party Politics: A Comparative Perspective', organised by the Hong Kong INTELNET Policy Forum, October 17, 1998.
  5. Interviewed by Agence France-Presse (AFP) reporter Ms. Sharon Singleton on the new Legislative Council (Legco) electoral system, May 15, 1998.
  6. Interviewed by CNBC reporter Mr. Christopher Slaughter on the various party strategies at the Legco elections. The interview was shown on CNBC News on May 22, 1998.
  7. Commented on the overall results of the first post-handover Legco elections on CNN's 'ASIA THIS DAY', broadcast live on May 25, 1998.
  8. Interviewed by AFP reporter Ms. Sharon Singleton on the effectiveness of partisan mobilisation in the Legco elections, May 25, 1998.
  9. Visited by Ms. Lisa Hopkinson (Researcher of the Citizens Party) on July 17 to discuss the strengths and shortcomings of the different models of district organisations reform put forward by the Constitutional Affairs Bureau in its Consultation Document on Review of District Organisations.
  10. Interviewed by the RTHK Mandarin News on the Russia Political and Economic Crises. The 10-minute interview was broadcast on September 3, 1998.
  11. Interviewed by Hong Kong Standard on the tradition of the annual Queen's Speech in the UK. The interview was published on October 6, 1998.
  12. 'A Wily Survivor', a letter to the editor of South China Morning Post, October 19, 1998.

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Mr. Eilo Yu Wing-yat, Co-Investigator

Publications

  1. Lo Shiu-hing, Yu Wing-yat, Bruce Kwong, Wan Kwok-fai & Cheung Yat-fung. " Dong Jianhua Zhengfu Guanzhi Weiji Yu Chulu" (Translated: Tung Chee-hwa Government: Crises and Solutions) (Hong Kong: Ming Pao, 2002).
  2. Lo Shiu-hing, Yu Wing-yat, Wong Kwok-fai. “The 2000 Legislative Council Elections in the Hong Kong SAR,” Chinese Law and Government Vol. 34 No. 2 (M.E. Sharpe 2001).
  3. Yu, Wing-yat & Lo, Shiu-hing. "The Politicization of Mutual Aid Committees in Hong Kong’s Elections," Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Conf. on 1998 Legco Elections, Chinese University, 24 September 1999.
  4.  Lo, Shiu-hing & Yu, Wing-yat. "The Politicization of Mutual Aid Committees," In, Power Transfer and Electoral Politics. Kuan Hsin-Chi et al, ed. (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1999).
  5. Yu, Wing-yat & Lo, Shiu-hing. "Election and Democracy in Hong Kong: The 1998 Legislative Council Election," Occasional Papers / Reprint Series in Contemporary Asian Studies, 153, No. 4 (University of Maryland, 1999).
  6. Yu, Wing-yat (with Tang, De-piao). "The Economic Relationship between Taiwan and Hong Kong: Taiwan's Contribution Toward Hong Kong's Economy," (in Chinese) monograph prepared for the Council of Mainland Affairs, Taiwan Government, 1999.

Conference papers

  1. Lo, Shiu-hing, Yu-Wing-yat & Wan, Kwok-fai. "The 1999 District Councils Elections", a paper presented at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 16 December 2000.
  2. "The Taiwanization of Hong Kong Electoral Campaign: A comparative studies of Taiwan presidential and HKSAR Legislative Council Elections 2000", Conference on Electoral Campaigns and Campaigning in East Asia: The Hong Kong and Taiwan Elections 2000 organized by Department of Public and Social Administration, City University of Hong Kong, 19 October 2000.
  3. "The Evolution of Political Parties in Taiwan and Hong Kong", The Third International Postgraduate Symposium on the Hong Kong Culture and Society organized by the Hong Kong Culture and Society Program, Centre of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong, 19 April 2000.
  4. Lo, Shiu-hing & Yu, Wing-yat. "The Politicization of Mutual Aid Committees in Hong Kong's Elections", Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Conference on 1998 Legco Elections, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 24 September 1999.

 

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