State-society conflicts under Hong Kong’s hybrid regime: Governing coalition building and civil society challenges

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Abstract

Similar to its colonial predecessor, the post-colonial Hong Kong state relies on its business allies to mediate state-society relations. Nevertheless, because of the erosion of the intermediary role of business elites, the state-business alliance now struggles to accommodate the rising challenges of civil society. The case of Hong Kong offers an interesting case study to the literature on hybrid regimes. Copyright © 2013 by the Regents of the University of California.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)854-882
JournalAsian Survey
Volume53
Issue number5
Early online dateOct 2013
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Citation

Fong, B. C. H. (2013). State-society conflicts under Hong Kong’s hybrid regime: Governing coalition building and civil society challenges. Asian Survey, 53(5), 854-882.

Keywords

  • Governance
  • Hong Kong
  • Civil society
  • State-business alliance
  • Hybrid regimes
  • State-society relations

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