Governance in Asia Research Centre

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The Governance in Asia Research Centre (GARC) is a Research Centre of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at the City University of Hong Kong, a dynamic University with a robust research culture. The Centre is committed to innovative, cutting-edge research and comparative analysis of issues and dilemmas of governance in Asia. It undertakes inter-disciplinary work on public institutions, public management and public policy within the broad domains of applied social sciences and applied philosophy.

Funding Awards for New Research Projects

GARC is delighted to announce that the Centre has been awarded two grants from the UGC Knowledge Transfer Earmarked Fund for our new research projects:

1. Dr. Wanxin Li (Project Investigator) and Prof. Linda Li (Co-Investigator) have been awarded a Knowledge Transfer grant of $234,322, matched by $50,000 from GARC, to undertake a project titled: ‘Capacity Building for Hong Kong - Shenzhen Collaboration in Qianhai’.

2. Dr. Taedong Lee (Project Investigator), Prof. Graeme Lang and Dr. Kevin Miao (Co-Investigator) have been awarded a Knowledge Transfer grant of $253,678, matched by $40,000 from GARC, to undertake a project titled: ‘Climate Policies: A Guide for Local Governments’.


For details of GARC’s ongoing research projects, please check here.

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