Think tank

Hong Kong Policy Research Institute

HKPRI

Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Hong Kong's return to China on July 1, 1997, was an important milestone in the development of both Hong Kong and China. In light of the important changes facing Hong Kong and its unique contribution to China's development, 17 people from various businesses, professional and academic backgrounds and several political parties came together to form PRI. The institute aims to assist Hong Kong and neighboring governments in coping with the changes facing Hong Kong and to enhance regional cooperation and communication. PRI upholds the following principles in serving the community: 1) to promote the development of Hong Kong based on the concept of `one country, two systems'; 2) to take into consideration the development of greater China; 3) to liaise with neighboring governments and related research institutions; 4) to take root in the community, promoting public discussion on social policies and proposing forward-looking ideas that are independent of the government and of political parties; 5) to be nonpartisan, nonprofit and not like a pressure group; 6) to be a policy research institution receiving funding from donations and commissioned research projects; and 7) to maintain independence, openness and a high degree of transparency in conducting research and in publishing results. As of 2001, the institute had 100 members and a network of about 5,000 individuals in Hong Kong, mainland China, Taiwan and elsewhere.

Contact details

Website:
http://www.hkpri.org.hk

Address:
Room 1409-1413, 14 / F, Man Thai Centre, 8 Kwai Cheong Road, Kwai Chung, Hong Kong

Country:
Hong Kong

Sub-region:
Eastern Asia

Areas of focus

Geographics of focus
Hong Kong
Operating languages
Chinese , English

Organisation details

Business model
Non-profit
Institutional affiliations
Independent
Year founded
1995
Age (years)
Hong Kong Policy Research Institute
 26
Hong Kong average
 21
Global average
 30
Founded by
Founders: Anthony B. L. Cheung
Founder gender: All male
Leadership
Leader(s) (2021): Andrew Fung (Director and CEO)
Leader gender: Male
Leader(s) (2020): Andrew Fung (Director and CEO)
Leader gender: Male
Staff size
2021
Hong Kong Policy Research Institute
 24
Hong Kong average
 10
Global average
 75
% Female staff
2021
Hong Kong Policy Research Institute
 0%
Hong Kong average
 0%
Global average
 0%
% Female researchers
2021
Hong Kong Policy Research Institute
 17%
Hong Kong average
 4%
Global average
 15%

Social

Likes (2021)
Hong Kong Policy Research Institute
 3,314
Hong Kong average
 20,655
Global average
 31,384
Likes (2019)
Hong Kong Policy Research Institute
 2,575
Subscribers (2021)
Hong Kong Policy Research Institute
 618
Hong Kong average
 4,107
Global average
 5,254
Subscribers (2019)
Hong Kong Policy Research Institute
 503
Followers (2019)
Hong Kong Policy Research Institute
 0
Hong Kong average
 0
Global average
 8,272
Followers (2019)
Hong Kong Policy Research Institute
 145
Hong Kong average
 622
Global average
 6,628

Data notes

Last updated: 08/06/2021
Rating of data accuracy (find out more): Authenticated
Data sources consulted: NIRA Think Tank Directory, Organisation´s website
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