Hong Kong’s population policies on immigration: challenges and feasibility

Gigi Lam, Edward Jow-Ching Tu
  • Asian Education and Development Studies, April 2015, Emerald
  • DOI: 10.1108/aeds-08-2014-0039

Hong Kong's population policies

What is it about?

A brief synoposis of immigration policies in Hong Kong has been discussed with its far-reaching implications. The attractiveness and feasibility of immigration policies will be put as the second emphasis.

Why is it important?

The fertility is the lowest-low in Hong Kong in such a way aging population represents one of the challenges in the imminient future. A package of attractive immigration policies hence represents the key solution to increase the labor force and soothe the old age dependency ratio,

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