Michael DeGolyer

BOOKS and E-books

DeGolyer, Michael E.


2013a  Hong Kong Constitutional Reform:  Round Three  Hong Kong:  Community Development Initiative (CDI/HKDF May 2013, 187 pages). 


2013b  The Changing Faces of Hong Kong:  Women in the Community and National Context, 1994-2010  Hong Kong:  The Women’s Foundation/Goldman Sachs and Civic Exchange (March 2013, 130 pages, part of a 450 page co-authored study with Louise Mitchell and Carine Lai on women in Hong Kong.  The most comprehensive study of social mobility and gender in Hong Kong.  Available:  The Womens Foundation and Civic Exchange websites and hardcopy from Civic Exchange.


2013c  Energizing Hong Kong:  A Comprehensive Study of Hong Kong people’s attitudes toward power and Climate Change (September 2013, 255 pages).  Civic Exchange.  Available at: http://www.civic-exchange.org/wp/201309energysurvey_en-2/


2012a  Total Recall:  Issues and Attitudes in the 2012 Hong Kong Legislative Council Elections  (September 2012, 108 pages)  National Democratic Institute for International Affairs.  Available at:  NDI website and http://www.hktp.org


2012b  Where is the Love?  Hong Kong’s search for a new direction under the next Chief Executive  (February 2012, 112 pages).  Hong Kong: Community Development Initiative.  Available at: http://www.hktp.org


2011a  Zhang, Kenny and DeGolyer, Michael  Hong Kong:  Canada’s Largest City in Asia  Vancouver:  Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada  (February 2011)  32 pages


2011b  Into a New Decade:  Section 1,  Health Check of Hong Kong’s Political System  Hong Kong:  Hong Kong: Community Development Initiative  http://www.cdiorg.hk/media/20110221-hktp.pdf (February 2011, 127 pages)


2011c  Into a New Decade:  Section 2, The Developing Chinese Model of Governance  Hong Kong:  Community Development Initiative http://www.hktp.org and http://www.cdiorg.hk (May 2011, 100 pages)


2011d  Elections 2011/2012:  Political Challenges, Political Opportunities  Hong Kong:  Community Development Initiative   Hong Kong:  http://www.hktp.org/list/elections_20112012_june.pdf  (June 2011, 135 pages).


2011e  Local Elections, Long Term Effects?  The District Council Elections of 2011  (November 2011, 92 pages)  Commissioned by National Democratic Institute for International Affairs.  On NDI website: http://www.ndi.org/content/hong-kong  and at http://www.hktp.org


2010a Protest and Post-80s Youth  (March 2010  74 pages)  Commissioned by Community Development Initiative.  On CDI website and at http://www.hktp.org


2010b Before the Legislative Council Votes on Constitutional Reform  (June 2010  89 pages)  Commissioned by Community Development Initiative, Hong Kong Democratic Foundation.  Available at http://www.hktp.org and CDI website.


2010c Calm after the Storm?  Hong Kong People Respond to Reform  (October 2010 151 pages)  Commissioned by National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, on NDI website http://www.ndi.org/node/16710 and at http://www.hktp.org


2010d A Climate of Change  (October 2010 81 pages full report, 11 page Summary of Key Findings)  Commissioned by Civic Exchange, hardcopies and http://www.civic-exchange.org/wp/climate-of-change/


2010e Expanding Hong Kong’s Nuclear Power Base  (November 2010)  Civic Exchange  http://www.civic-exchange.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/101217NuclearSurvey.pdf


2010f  Less Talk, More Action:  Public Opinion Survey on Air Pollution in Hong Kong  (December 2010  137 pages)  Commissioned by Civic Exchange and ADM Capital Foundation).  Available http://www.civic-exchange.org/wp/less-talk-more-action/


2009a  Hong Kong’s Silent Epidemic:  Public opinion on air pollution, environment and public health  (January 2009 103 pages) Sponsored research by Civic Exchange and Hong Kong Jockey Club.  At : http://www.civic-exchange.org/eng/publication_cpsd.aspx


2009b  Birdcage or Framework:  Considering what comes next in constitutional reform (30 June 2009)  155 pages  Co-sponsored research by Community Development Initiatives Foundation and National Democratic Institute.  At:  Hong Kong Democratic Foundation website, NDI website, Hong Kong Transition Project website ( http://www.hktp.org ) and CDIF website.


2008a Racing for the Gold:  The 2008 Hong Kong Olympic Elections  Hong Kong:  Civic Exchange (September 2008)  Commissioned by Civic-Exchange in cooperation with the Hong Kong Transition Project.  74 pages.  At: http://www.civic-exchange.org/eng/publication_cpsd.aspx  


2008b Timetables & Destinations:  Hong Kong perceptions and politics after the 2017-2020 time frame ruling Hong Kong:  National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (Aug 2008).  Commissioned by NDI.  74 pages and Powerpoint (print and websites:  http://www.hkbu.edu.hk/~hktp and NDI: http://accessdemocracy.org/library/2357_hk_report_080108.pdf 


2007 Hong Kong, SAR:  The first 10 years under China’s rule  Hong Kong:  National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (June 2007).  Commissioned by NDI.  144 pages (print and websites: : http://www.hkbu.edu.hk/~hktp and NDI website: http://www.accessdemocracy.org/library/2165_hk_transition_project_report_060107.pdf 


2006  Parties, Policies and Political Reform in Hong Kong  Hong Kong:  National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (May 2006).  Commissioned by NDI.  118 pages (print and websites: http://www.hkbu.edu.hk/~hktp and NDI website: http://www.accessdemocracy.org/library/2007_hk_transition_050106.pdf )  Also in Chinese.


2005  Hong Kong Constitutional Reform:  What do the people want?  Hong Kong:  Civic Exchange (Dec 2005).  Commissioned by Civic Exchange.  80 pages.  (print and website: http://www.civic-exchange.org and http://www.hkbu.edu.hk/~hktp )


2004a  Listening to the Wisdom of the Masses,  Hong Kong:  Civic Exchange (Jan 2004)  A report on constitutional reform issues in Hong Kong.  Commissioned by Civic Exchange, funded in part by the National Endowment for Democracy, 81 pages.  (print and website: http://www.civic-exchange.org)


2004b Half-way to Where: the electoral structures and public opinion context of the 2004 Hong Kong Legislative Council elections Hong Kong:  Civic Exchange (August 2004) 43 pages. (print and website: http://www.civic-exchange.org)


2002 Accountability and Article 23:  Freedoms, Fairness & Accountability in Hong Kong 105 pages.  (Dec 2002)  (print & web pdf publication, http://www.hkbu.edu.hk/~hktp) 


2001 Taking Charge and Cleaning Up:  the search for a cleaner environment in the Hong Kong SAR  Hong Kong:  Civic Exchange (December 2001) 61 pages. (print and website: http://www.civic-exchange.org)


1989Co-author, with Dan Sanford,  Developing a Working Community : Exploring Historical and Cultural Aspects of Economic Development   (Tacoma:  Pacific Lutheran University Press, 1989).  (US Education Dept. International Education Curriculum Development monograph) 78 pages.


1985Science and Society, Justice and Equality:  An Historical Approach to Karl Marx     (Ann Arbor, Michigan: UMI., 1985)  Doctoral Dissertation at Claremont Graduate School supervised by Alfred Louch, Charles Young, Richard Olson, and James Rogers.


Editor

1995 Countdown to 1997:  Hong Kong in the Transition  (editor, conference proceedings)  Hong Kong:  Hong Kong Univ. of Science and Technology, 1995. 


1993 Co-editor and co-author with Don McMillen, One Culture, Many Systems?  Politics in the Reunification of China  (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1993).


1987 Editing Assistant, The Encyclopedia of the American Constitution    Leonard W. Levy, Editor in Chief,  5 vols. (New York: MacMillan, 1987).  See acknowledgements.  


BOOK CHAPTERS  

“The Elections of 2003 and 2004,” in Sing Ming, ed. Politics and Government in Hong Kong:  Crisis under Chinese Sovereignty  (London:  Routledge, 2008) 198-219. 


“Hong Kong People’s Economic Attitudes 1997-2007” in Joseph Y.S. Cheng, ed. The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in its First Decade (Hong Kong: City University Press, 2007) 363-382.


“Identity in the Politics of Transition: The Case of Hong Kong, 'Asia's World City'” in Jan Walls, David Hayward and Emilie Y.Y. Yeh, eds.  East-West Identities:  Globalisation, Localisation & Hybridisation  (Leiden:  Brill Academic Publishers, 2007) 


 “Comparative profiles of FC and GC voters in the 2004 Legco election campaign,” in Christine Loh and Alan Sargent, eds. In Functional Constituencies:  A unique feature of the Hong Kong Legislative Council  (Hong Kong:  Hong Kong University Press, 2006) 175-221.


 “The Challenges of Researching Functional Constituencies” in Johannes Chan and Lison Harris, eds. Hong Kong’s Constitutional Debates  (Hong Kong:  Hong Kong Law Journal, 2005) 73-81.


“Demonstrating failure:  how the accountability system failed in less than a year,” in Joseph Cheng, ed. The July 1 Protest Rally: Interpreting a Historic Event  (Hong Kong:  City University Press, 2005) 221-248.


“How the stunning outbreak of disease led to a stunning outbreak of dissent,” in Christine Loh, ed. Epicentre:  Hong Kong and the SARS Outbreak (Hong Kong:  Hong Kong University Press, 2004) 117-138.


with Janet Lee Scott, “The Myth of Political Apathy in Hong Kong,” in Hong Kong Government and Politics  Sing Ming, ed.  (Hong Kong:  Oxford University Press, 2003) 373-386.


“Legitimacy and leadership: public attitudes in post-British Hong Kong,” Robert Ash, Peter Ferdinand, Brian Hook  Robin Porter, eds.  Hong Kong in Transition:  One Country, Two Systems (London:  Routledge 2003) 125-146.


“Western Exposure, China Orientation:  The Effects of Foreign Ties and Experience on Hong Kong,” in Peter Koehn and Joseph Cheng, eds., The Outlook for US-China Trade and Cultural Exchange Relations Following the 1997-98 Summits:  Chinese and American Perspectives (Hong Kong:  Chinese  University Press, 1999)  299-330.


“Civil Service” in Yiu-Kwan Fan and Larry Chuen-Ho Chow, eds. The Other Hong Kong Report 1998  (Hong Kong:  Chinese University Press, 1998) 73-114.


“Public Opinion on Hong Kong’s Transition,” in Ian Scott, ed.  Institutional Change and the Political Transition in Hong Kong (London:  Macmillan, 1998)  29-63.


“One Country, Two Systems,” in Colin Mackerras, Donald McMillen, Andrew Watson, eds., Dictionary of the Politics of the People’s Republic of China  (London:  Routledge, 1998) 165.


“South China Sea,” in Colin Mackerras, Donald McMillen, Andrew Watson, eds., Dictionary of the Politics of the People’s Republic of China  (London:  Routledge, 1998) 199-200.


“Public Opinion and Socio-cultural Change in Transitional Hong Kong,” in Rufino Ramos, Jose Rocha Dinis, D. Y. Yuan and Rex Wilson, eds. Macau and Its Neighbors in Transition (Macau: University of Macau, 1997) 85-117.


DeGolyer and Janet Scott, “The Myth of Political Apathy in Hong Kong,” in Max J. Skidmore, ed. Hong Kong & China, Pursuing a New Destiny  (Singapore:  Toppan, 1997) 68-78.


“Public Opinion and Political Culture,” in Joseph Y. S. Cheng, ed. The Other Hong Kong Report 1997  (Hong Kong:  Chinese University Press, 1997) 169-206.  


“China’s Changing Circumstances:  Challenges to National Security, with a focus on Hong Kong and China,” in Jae Ho Chung and De Piao Tang, eds., Emergence of East Asia  Hong Kong:  Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 1995) 96-129.


“Politics, Politicians, Political Parties and Social Movements,” in Donald H. McMillen and Man Si-wai, eds., The Other Hong Kong Report 1994  (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1994) 75-101.


“A Collision of Cultures: The Sources and Certainty of Systemic Conflict in Hong Kong’s Future,” in McMillen and DeGolyer, eds., One Culture, Many Systems?  Politics in the Reunification of China   (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1993)  271-302.


“The Greek Accent of the Marxian Matrix,” in George McCarthy, ed.,  Marx and Aristotle: Nineteenth-Century Social Theory and Classical Antiquity   (Littlefield N.J.: Rowman and Littlefield, 1992) 107-153.


REFEREED JOURNALS 

“The Business City Revolts Against Business,” Hong Kong Journal Carnegie Endowment for International Peace,  Online October 2008.


“Hong Kong’s 2007 Elections & What They Mean,” Hong Kong Journal Carnegie Endowment for International Peace,  Online http://www.hkjournal.org/archive/degolyer.html Jan 2008.


“Hong Kong as a clue to the future China,” Hong Kong Journal Carnegie Endowment for International Peace,  Online at http://www.hkjournal.org/archive/degolyer.html premier issue Jan 2006.

Reprinted Feb 2006 with new editor’s introduction in Yale Global Online, at http://yaleglobal.yale.edu/display.article?id=6862 


Review of Lam Wai-man, Understanding the Political Culture of Hong Kong:  The Paradox of Activism and Depoliticization  (New York:  M.E. Sharpe, 2004) The China Review  Fall 2005:182-183.


“The Challenges of Researching Functional Constituencies” Hong Kong Law Journal  Centre for Comparative and Public Law, Hong Kong University August 2004.  (Electronic Publication, available at: http://www.hku.hk/ccpl/events/otherevents/fc.html )


Review of Agnes S. M. Ku (1999) Narratives, Politics, and the Public Sphere:  Struggles over political reform in the final transitional years in Hong Kong (1992-1994)  Aldershot:  Ashgate, in The China Review Winter 2003:129-131.


 “Conditional Citizenship versus Unconditional Love:  Hong Kong People's Attitudes Toward the New Motherland,” Citizenship Studies (Sage, July 2001) 165-183.


“Recul des démocrates main montée du politique,” Perspectives chinoises  No. 61 (Sept-Oct 2000) 53-62; also in English, “The Hong Kong SAR Legislative Council Elections of 2000,” China Perspectives  No. 32 (Nov.-Dec. 2000) 49-56.


“Democracy and rule of law in Hong Kong since 1997,”  American Asian Review  (Vol XVIII, No. 1, Spring 2000) 121-172.


Review of David Wen-Wei Chang and Richard Y. Chuang, The Politics of Hong Kong’s Reversion to China (London:  Macmillan Press, 1998), China Quarterly No 154 June 1998, 423-24.


“Having their Say in Hong Kong,”  China Business Review (October 1998) 44-47.


“The Political Transition and Its Effects on Hong Kong’s Civil Society,” The American Asian Review  Vol XV #4 (Winter 1997) 195-256.


DeGolyer and Janet Lee Scott, “The Myth of Political Apathy in Hong Kong,” The Annals (September 1996)  68-78.


“CyberHistory 101,” History MicroComputer Review  (Fall 1995)  23-32. 

Review of Multimedia World Factbook  Bureau Development, Inc., History Microcomputer Review (Spring 1994).


with Don McMillen and Sarah Lau Chui Wai, “Government Administration of the 1991 Direct Elections:  A Public Opinion Analysis,”  Hong Kong Public Administration: Special Issue   (March 1994)  95-132.


Review of David Hanson, Caravan:  The Adventures of Marco Polo   Rand McNally Educational Software 1991, History Microcomputer Review  (Winter 1993).


Review of Robert E. Schenk, Two Macroeconomic Simulations of the Great Depression   Aardvark Software 1990, History Microcomputer Review   (Fall 1991).


Review of Harold Mah, "The End of Philosophy, The Origin of 'Ideology': Karl Marx and the Crisis of the Young Hegelians"  in Fides et Historia  XXI (Spring, 1989).


“Marx's Theory of Justice," Fides et Historia XVI (Summer, 1984) 18-37.


Public affairs and professional publications

 “Hong Kong’s roller-coaster ride,” A\PLUS, the official journal of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, No. 7 Vol 3 (July 2007) 18-21.


“Neither as good nor as bad as foreseen,” HongKong Echo:  Special 10th anniversary edition  (No. 45 Summer 2007) 14-17.  Lead article for the special issue, commissioned by the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Hong Kong.


“Policy Insights:  2006 US Elections Aftermath,” Insight  American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai (December 2006) 18-20.  Commissioned by AmCham Shanghai to analyze the impact of the change of majorities in US House and Senate to Democrats after November 2006 elections.


 “Vanishing Skyline:  Is the smog going to kill Hong Kong?”  A\PLUS, the official journal of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.  No. 4, Vol. 2 (September 2006) 14-18.  Feature article in a special issue on accountants and the environmental challenge in Hong Kong.


“Hong Kong Political Science Association member’s survey on constitutional reform options,” Hong Kong Political Science Association website and submitted to the SAR Government consultation on constitutional reforms (July 2005).  Available at http://www.hkpsa.org/hkpsa/reform_rep.pdf


“Subtle conspiracy against the media,” Spike (20-26 August 2004) 21.


“Saying sorry is not enough,” Spike  (16-22 July 2004) 20.


“Stop blaming the victims,” first lead article, cover article, in first issue of Spike Hong Kong’s first English language weekly commentary and current affairs magazine.  (November 21 2003) 6-7.


with Michael Davies, Chinese University, Hong Kong Political Science Association, Published submission to SAR Government consultation on Article 23  (published by Government Printing Office and on CD-ROM  (As Chair of HKPSA Standing Ctte. on Constitutional Reform) 2003.


“China Brief:  Funny Business in Hong Kong,” AmCham Magazine  (Dec. 2000) 15-16.


“Transitional Dynamics,” Company Secretary  (lead article in the official publication of the Hong Kong Institute of Company Secretaries), (Vol. 10 # 6, June 2000) 6-12.


”Competition Policy,” Company Secretary  (lead article), (Vol 10 #4, April 2000) 10-14.


“For  Sale:  ‘One country, two systems’  Must see to appreciate,”  The Correspondent  (June-July 2000) 22-23.  (Publication of the Foreign Correspondents Club of Hong Kong.)


“Tomorrowland,” The Correspondent  (Feb-March 2000) 10-11.


 “Li vs Lee:  Executives, legislators, property, politics and public opinion,” Hong Kong Democratic Foundation Newsletter  (Mar 1999) 3-5.


Review of Chris Patten, East and West in Asiaweek  (October 1998).


“Hong Kong:  Returning to the Fold,” Newshour Online Forum  e-publication <http://www1.pbs.org/newshour/forum/january97/hong1.html> (17 pp 10 Jan. 1997).


 “Transition celebrated with a conference,”  New Horizons  (Hong Kong:  IPRO, Hong Kong Baptist University) Fall 1997, 6-8. (English and Chinese).


“Charting a new course into the 21st century,” New Horizons  (Hong Kong:  IPRO, Hong Kong Baptist University) Fall 1997, 9.  (English and Chinese). 


“Hong Kong, Handling the Handover,” Newshour Online Forum  Internet e-publication <http://www.pbs.org/newshour/forum/july97/hong_kong.html>  (7 pp July 1997).


 “At the Center of a Storm,” review The Last Governor by Jonathan Dimbleby  Asiaweek (22 August 1997) 38-39.


“L’interview du Mois:  Professeur Michael DeGolyer, directeur du <Hong Kong Transition Project>,” La lettre de Hong Kong et de Macao  (Interview transcribed & translated by Guillaume Roy), No. 37 (Ministry of Economy and Finance, French Consulate in Hong Kong, Februrary 1997) 2-4.


Evangelos Affendras, Beatrice Chau, Michael DeGolyer, Linda Lee, Janet Scott, and Brian Ranson, “Computer-based Tutorials and Explorations in Hong Kong,” in David Kember, Tak-shing Ha, Bick-har Lam, April Lee, Sandra Ng, Louisa Yan, Jessie Yum and Ross Vermeer, eds., Improving University  Teaching in Hong Kong  (Hong Kong:  Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 1997) 198-201.


“The Hopeful 90s:  Possible Futures,” Hong Kong Echo Magazine (Hong Kong: French Business Association, June 1996)  10-11.


 “When Dragon’s Mate”  AmCham Magazine  (October 1995) 13-15.


with Don McMillen and Sarah Lau, Post-1991  Elections Telephone Survey:  A Summary Report   (Hong Kong:  Working Paper Series, # 9204, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hong Kong Baptist College, 1992).


Commissioned Research Reports 

(All EIU contributions are unsigned-reference is the Hong Kong Transition Project.  Length of each report is 42 pages.)  BRE Index surveys are conducted and analyzed jointly by Hong Kong Polytechnic and Hong Kong Transition Project based at Hong Kong Baptist University.


2009

DeGolyer, “Hong Kong people view air pollution” commissioned by Civic Exchange and the Hong Kong Jockey Club, Jan 2009.  

2008

DeGolyer, “2008 Legco Election Comprehensive Analysis:  The Functional Constituencies”   commissioned by Professional Commons.  November 2008, 57 pages.

DeGolyer, “Racing for the Gold”  commissioned by Civic Exchange.  August 2008, 71 pages.

DeGolyer, “Timetables and Destinations” commissioned by National Democratic Institute for International Affairs.  August 2008, 70 pages.

2007

DeGolyer, “Survey on Canadian Consular Services in Hong Kong,” commissioned by the Canadian Consulate in Hong Kong, Feb-Mar 2007).  15 pages.

DeGolyer, “Anson Chan Core Group Report,” commissioned by former Chief Sec. for Admin. Anson Chan (8 June 2007).  (25 pages).  Press briefing on release of report at Hong Kong Baptist University with APCO/Core Group members.

DeGolyer, Submitted by All-university students and organizers of the UNI Summit (Hong Kong-America Centre/National Democratic Institute/GIS Dept. HKBU) to the Constitutional Affairs Bureau, SAR Government (October 2007) “Green Paper on Constitutional Reform UNI Summit, held 29-30 September at Hong Kong Baptist University”  16 pages.

2006

DeGolyer, “Reforming the District Councils,”  commissioned by Civic Exchange, published on Civic Exchange website, Hong Kong Transition Project website, and submitted to the SAR Government consultation on District Council reforms.  (July and September 2006)  37 pp.

DeGolyer, in Gareth Leather, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (3rd Quarter 2006) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2006.  (42 pages)

Hui, Eddie C.M., Joe Wong, Francis K.W. Wong, William Seabrooke, Y.H. Chiang, Michael E. DeGolyer, James H. Leigh, BRE Index for Residential Property in Hong Kong: Report on the Tenth Telephone Survey (8-13 March 2006)  Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2006.   Available at: http://www.polyu.edu.hk/research/bre_index/index.htm

DeGolyer, in Duncan Innes-Ker, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (2nd Quarter 2006) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2006.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer, in David Weber, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (1st Quarter 2006) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2006.  (42 pages)

2005

Hui, Eddie C.M., Joe Wong, Francis K.W. Wong, William Seabrooke, Y.H. Chiang, Michael E. DeGolyer, James H. Leigh, BRE Index for Residential Property in Hong Kong: Report on the Ninth Telephone Survey (5, 6, 8-10,12 December 2005)  Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2005.   Available at:  http://www.bre.polyu.edu.hk/research/bre_index/Jan06/ex_sum.pdf 

Hui, Eddie C.M., Joe Wong, Francis K.W. Wong, William Seabrooke, Y.H. Chiang, Michael E. DeGolyer, James H. Leigh, BRE Index for Residential Property in Hong Kong: Report on the Eighth Telephone Survey (12-16 September 2005)  Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2005.   Available at: http://www.bre.polyu.edu.hk/research/bre_index/Sept05/Result_pdf/ex.pdf 

Hui, Eddie C.M., Joe Wong, Francis K.W. Wong, William Seabrooke, Y.H. Chiang, Michael E. DeGolyer, James H. Leigh, BRE Index for Residential Property in Hong Kong: Report on the Seventh Telephone Survey (6-10 June 2005)  Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2005.   Available at:  http://www.bre.polyu.edu.hk/research/bre_index/June05/Result_pdf/ExeSum_of_05Q2.pdf 

Hui, Eddie C.M., Joe Wong, Francis K.W. Wong, William Seabrooke, Y.H. Chiang, Michael E. DeGolyer, James H. Leigh, BRE Index for Residential Property in Hong Kong: Report on the Sixth Telephone Survey (8-9,11-13 March 2005)  Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2005.   Available at:  http://www.bre.polyu.edu.hk/research/bre_index/Mar05/ExeSum%20of%2005Q1.pdf 

DeGolyer, in David Weber, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (4th Quarter 2005) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2005.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer, in David Weber, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (3rd Quarter 2005) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2005.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer and P.K. Cheung, Hong Kong views of Canada (Consulate General of Canada in Hong Kong, 2005).

DeGolyer, in David Weber, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (2nd Quarter 2005) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2005.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer, in David Weber, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (1st Quarter 2005) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2005.  (42 pages)

2004

Ubergang, K., C. Loh, V. Galbaith, M. DeGolyer,  Tripartite Partnerships Study (Dec. 2004) Hong Kong Government, Central Policy Unit. (May be web published and/or hardcover after government circulation.)

Hui, Eddie C.M., Joe Wong, Francis K.W. Wong, William Seabrooke, Y.H. Chiang, Michael E. DeGolyer, James H. Leigh, BRE Index for Residential Property in Hong Kong: Report on the Fifth Telephone Survey (6, 8-11 December 2004)  Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2004.   Available at: http://www.bre.polyu.edu.hk/research/bre_index/Jan05/pdf/ex.pdf 

Hui, Eddie C.M., Joe Wong, Francis K.W. Wong, William Seabrooke, Y.H. Chiang, Michael E. DeGolyer, James H. Leigh, BRE Index for Residential Property in Hong Kong: Report on the Fourth Telephone Survey (16-19 September 2004)  Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2004.   Available at:  http://www.bre.polyu.edu.hk/research/bre_index/Sept04/ExeSum04Q3.pdf 

Hui, Eddie C.M., Joe Wong, Francis K.W. Wong, William Seabrooke, Y.H. Chiang, Michael E. DeGolyer, James H. Leigh, BRE Index for Residential Property in Hong Kong: Report on the Third Telephone Survey (14-18 June 2004)  Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2004.   Available at: http://www.bre.polyu.edu.hk/research/bre_index/June04/pdf/thirdSurvey.pdf 

Hui, Eddie C.M., Joe Wong, Francis K.W. Wong, William Seabrooke, Y.H. Chiang, Michael E. DeGolyer, James H. Leigh, BRE Index for Residential Property in Hong Kong: Report on the Second Full-Scale Telephone Survey (17, 19 – 21 March 2004)  Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2004.   Available at: http://www.bre.polyu.edu.hk/research/bre_index/Mar04/exesum04Q1.pdf 

DeGolyer, in David Weber, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (4th Quarter 2004) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2004.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer, in David Weber, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (3rd Quarter 2004) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2004.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer, in David Weber, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (2nd Quarter 2004) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2004.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer, in David Weber, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (1st Quarter 2004) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2004.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer, in Paul Cavey, ed., Hong Kong Country Forecast  (1st Quarter 2004) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2004.  (42 pages)


Proprietary 2004 Legco Election Survey Reports  (total of 379 pages of analysis)

These reports commissioned by Civic Exchange and presented/distributed to Legco candidates and research/campaign staff during the election campaign

DeGolyer, “May 2004:  Political Issues”  (11 pages)

DeGolyer, “May 2004:  Economic Aspects” (11 pages)

DeGolyer, “Analysis of June 2004 First Legco GC Survey” (15 pages)

DeGolyer, “Analysis of June-July Legco GC surveys” (19 pages)

DeGolyer and Linda Mak, “Additional Analysis, Democratic Party in July” (50 pages)

DeGolyer, “Analysis of July-August Legco GC surveys” (11 pages)

DeGolyer, “Trends:  Constitutional Issues July 2004” (8 pages)

DeGolyer and Linda Mak, “Functional Constituencies:  July 2004”  (17 pages)

DeGolyer and Linda Mak, “Functional Constituencies:  Combined analysis” (33 pages)

DeGolyer and Linda Mak, “Functional Constituency Report #3 (20 pages)

DeGolyer and Linda Mak, “Analysis of July-August and forecast” (26 pages)

DeGolyer and Linda Mak, “Trends: Satisfaction August 2004” (31 pages)

DeGolyer, “Trends: Constitutional Issues September 2004” (9 pages)

DeGolyer, “Trends: Voter Worries August 2004”  (21 pages)

DeGolyer and Linda Mak, “Religion as a factor” (6 pages)

DeGolyer, “Information Technology Functional Constituency Voters,” (16 pages)

DeGolyer and Linda Mak, “Geographic Constituency voters worries analysis” (36 pages)

DeGolyer, “Trends:  Voter Worries September 2004” (23 pages)

DeGolyer, “Trends:  Satisfaction September 2004” (12 pages)

DeGolyer, “Key findings and issues on eve of the vote” (4 pages)


2003  

Hui, Eddie C.M., Joe Wong, Francis K.W. Wong, William Seabrooke, Y.H. Chiang, Michael E. DeGolyer, James H. Leigh, BRE Index for Residential Property in Hong Kong: Report on the First Pilot Telephone Survey (17-20 Dec 2003)  Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2003.   Available at: http://www.bre.polyu.edu.hk/research/bre_index/June04/pdf/ExeSumto04Q2.pdf 

DeGolyer, in Paul Cavey, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (4th Quarter 2003) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2003.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer, in Paul Cavey, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (3rd Quarter 2003) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2003.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer, in Paul Cavey, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (2nd Quarter 2003) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2003.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer, in Paul Cavey, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (1st Quarter 2003) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2003.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer, in Paul Cavey, ed., Hong Kong Country Forecast  (1st Quarter 2003) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2003.  (42 pages)

2002

DeGolyer and Paul Cavey in Paul Cavey, ed., Hong Kong Country Forecast  (4th Quarter 2002) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2002.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer and Newman Lam, in Duncan Wrigley, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (3rd Quarter 2002) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2002.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer and Newman Lam, in Duncan Wrigley, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (2nd Quarter 2002) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2002.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer and Newman Lam, in Duncan Wrigley, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (1st Quarter 2002) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2002.  (42 pages)

2001

DeGolyer and Newman Lam, in Duncan Wrigley, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (4th Quarter 2001) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2001.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer and Newman Lam, in Duncan Wrigley, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (3rd Quarter 2001) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2001.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer and Newman Lam, in Duncan Wrigley, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (2nd Quarter 2001) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2001.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer and Newman Lam, in Simon Tilford, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (1st Quarter 2001) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2001.  (42 pages)

2000 

DeGolyer and Newman Lam, in Simon Tilford, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (4th Quarter 2000) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2000.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer and Newman Lam, in Paul Cavey, ed., Hong Kong/Macau Country Profile 2000  (June, 2000) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit.  (94 pages)

DeGolyer and Newman Lam, in Paul Cavey, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (3rd Quarter 2000) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2000.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer and Newman Lam, in Paul Cavey, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (2nd Quarter 2000) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2000.  (42 pages)

DeGolyer and Newman Lam, in Paul Cavey, ed., Hong Kong Country Report  (1st Quarter 2000) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2000.

1998

DeGolyer and Philip Segal, in Ken Davies, ed., Hong Kong Update (3rd Quarter 1998)  London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 1998.

DeGolyer and Philip Segal, in Ken Davies, ed., Hong Kong Update (2nd Quarter 1998)  London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 1998.

DeGolyer and Philip Segal, in Ken Davies, ed., Hong Kong, Macau:  Country Profile 1997-98  London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 1998.

DeGolyer and Philip Segal, in Ken Davies, ed., Hong Kong Update (1st Quarter 1998)  London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 1998.

DeGolyer and Philip Segal, in Ken Davies, ed.,  Main Report: Hong Kong (4th Quarter 1997)  London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 1998.

1997 

DeGolyer and Philip Segal, in Ken Davies, ed.,  Hong Kong Update (3rd Quarter 1997)  London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 1997.

DeGolyer and Philip Segal, in Ken Davies, ed.,  Hong Kong Update (2nd Quarter 1997)  London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 1997.

DeGolyer and Philip Segal, in Ken Davies, ed., Hong Kong Update  (1st Quarter 1997) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 1997.

DeGolyer and Philip Segal, in Ken Davies, ed., Main Report:  Hong Kong  (4th Quarter1996) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 1997.

1996 

DeGolyer and Philip Segal, in Ken Davies, ed., Hong Kong Update (3rd Quarter 1996) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 1996.

DeGolyer and Philip Segal, in Ken Davies, ed., Hong Kong Update (1st Quarter 1996) London: The Economist Intelligence Unit, 1996.

DeGolyer and Philip Segal, in Ken Davies and Janet Henry, eds.,  Main Report:  Hong Kong  (4th Quarter 1995) London:  The Economist Intelligence Unit, 1996.



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