Led by Professor Michael J. Enright, the study explores how Hong Kong’s further interaction with the Pearl River Delta can translate into expanded opportunities in the era of the Greater Bay Area.
Alfred Schipke and Sally Chen of International Monetary Fund (IMF) presented the key findings of IMF’s latest publication, The Future of China’s Bond Market. Following the presentation was a Q&A session moderated by Professor Dragon Tang of HKU’s Faculty of Business and Economics.
Felipe Valencia Caicedo of the University of British Columbia will share key findings of the Spanish Civil War’s long-lasting effect on social capital.
China’s commercial sector is changing drastically and continually. In this report, key trends have been identified by 160 top-tier experts in China’s commercial sector from the Expert Committee of China General Chamber of Commerce together with the team from Fung Business Intelligence to draw key insights into China’s commercial developments over the coming year.
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Yoshikazu Kato, Adjunct Associate Professor of Asia Global Institute, speaks with CGTN on Japan-U.S. trade talks.
Yoshikazu Kato, Adjunct Associate Professor of Asia Global Institute, speaks with CGTN on Sino-Japanese relations and Japan’s role in forging multilateral cooperation following the recent meeting of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang with Japan’s Foreign Minister Taro Kono.
Asia Global Institute's Distinguished Fellow Andrew Sheng and HKU Professor Geng Xiao talk about the success of the Chinese authorities' experimental approach in policymaking, characterized by trial and error and constant adaptation.
In his Condivergence series in the Edge Malaysia, Andrew Sheng, Distinguished Fellow of Asia Global Institute, explores if the idea that man is born equal is a myth. He believes the rise of the technology age has made information and knowledge the creation of both jobs, income and wealth, so those who do not have the right education and skills will be left further and further behind.
Supported by the 2022 Foundation, this independent study explores how Hong Kong's further interaction with the Pearl River Delta can translate into expanded opportunities in the era of the Greater Bay Area.
An article in the South China Morning Post covering the interview of Yoshikazu Kato, Adjunct Associate Professor of Asia Global Institute, with Francis Fukuyama, author of End of History, on the essence of government’s role, the responsibility of liberal democracy on inequality, and the spread of the "China Model" to developing countries.