Hong Kong Transition Project

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Parties, Policies and Political Reform in Hong Kong
Released on May 2006


Hong Kong Constitutional Reform: What do the People Want?
Released on 13 December 2005

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Assessing the New Chief Executive
Released on May 2005

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Constitutional Reform Survey
Released on December 2004

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Half-way to Where
The Electoral Structures and Public Opinion Contexts: 2004 Hong Kong Legislative Council Election

 (English Version)
Released on 5 August 2004

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Listening to the Wisdom of the Masses (English Version)
集思廣益:香港市民對憲制改革的意見 (Chinese Version)
Released on 12 January 2004


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2003 District Council Election Forecast
Released on 21 November 2003


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Accountability and Article 23 [English]
Released in December 2002

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"The First Five Years" [English]
Released in June 2002


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1997 July Report -- Sticking Your Neck Out, The First Ten Years of the HKSAR:
A Study in Unintended Consequences [English]

Posted in August 2002

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"Winter of Despair" [English]
Released in December 2001

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Taking Charge and Cleaning Up:
The search for a greener environment in the Hong Kong SAR

Released in December 2001
A project of Civic Exchange and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Survey research and report preparation by HKTP

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"Becoming China" [English]
Released in April 2001

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"Forming Opinions More Thoughtfully" [English]
First Report

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Deliberate Opinion Polls in 1999 [English]
Poll 1 & Poll 2 Frequency Results

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Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 3411-5640 / 5644
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The Hong Kong Transition Project is funded by a competitive research application to the central academic research funding body of the Hong Kong Government, the Research Grants Council.

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[Last updated: 13 December 2005]