Organizations in the Public Sector in Hong Kong: Core Government, Quasi-Government and Private Bodies with Public Functions

@article{Scott2003OrganizationsIT,
  title={Organizations in the Public Sector in Hong Kong: Core Government, Quasi-Government and Private Bodies with Public Functions},
  author={Ian Scott},
  journal={Public Organization Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={3},
  pages={247-267}
}
  • I. Scott
  • Published 1 September 2003
  • Political Science
  • Public Organization Review
Twenty-five years ago, the Hong Kong government was lauded as the model of a small, restricted government which was most suited to capitalist economic growth. Since that time, the government and the organizations which it has created have expanded to such an extent that there has been widespread concern that the public sector has grown too large. This article examines the reasons for the rapid growth in the size of the public sector, reflects on the organizational forms outside the traditional… 

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