This article explores the socioeconomic patterns of cooptation to advisory bodies and other political offices in Hong Kong during the colonial, transition, and post-colonial periods. Despite a substantial continuity in the composition of elites coopted, government/elites relations have changed because of the rise of a new form of functional-elite politics.
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Research Article| December 01 2004
Who Advised the Hong Kong Government? The Politics of Absorption before and after 1997
Anthony B. L. Cheung;
Asian Survey (2004) 44 (6): 874–894.
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Anthony B. L. Cheung, Paul C. W. Wong; Who Advised the Hong Kong Government? The Politics of Absorption before and after 1997. Asian Survey 1 December 2004; 44 (6): 874–894. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/as.2004.44.6.874
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