Yip, Paul (2012) City success from London to Hong Kong depends not only on financial prowess, but also on the well-being and mental health of residents. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.
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Paul Yip argues that we should build inclusive cities and invest in projects which improve life for the poorest and most vulnerable. The UK government’s well-being measurement is a lesson for cities like Hong Kong that wrongly equate economic progress with overall improvements to living standards.
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