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Title: Conversationalism, constitutional economics and bicameralism: Strategies for political reform in Hong Kong
Authors: Mushkat, M
Mushkat, R
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Citation: Asian Journal of Political Science. 13, 22-49
Abstract: Hong Kong has at long last regained the economic momentum lost in the wake of the Asian financial crisis and the collapse of the local property market. However, political friction and uncertainty have escalated rather than subsided, because of deep-rooted divisions over the pace of democratic reform. There are no simple remedies for the constitutional deadlock that has emerged. Nevertheless, it might be possible to improve the overall political climate and both the form and substance of the dialog regarding fundamental institutional reform by borrowing some ideas from constitutional economics.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/4045
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