Profit seeking and intergroup conflict in Hong Kong: A case study of the private health care sector

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Abstract

Following a court ruling that babies born to mainlanders in Hong Kong are permanent residents, private hospitals cashed in by expanding services and raising fees, leading to an outburst of anti–mainland Chinese sentiment. This study challenges conventional accounts of intergroup conflicts highlighting economic contradictions between in-group and out-group or faulting the state for blaming local problems on the out-group. Copyright © 2016 by the Regents of the University of California.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)348-368
JournalAsian Survey
Volume56
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2016

Citation

Lee, S.-Y. (2016). Profit seeking and intergroup conflict in Hong Kong: A case study of the private health care sector. Asian Survey, 56(2), 348-368.

Keywords

  • Intergroup conflict
  • Profit seeking
  • Health care
  • Hong Kong

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