China Seminar | 13 April 2005

Hong Kong and Macau: An Update

Christopher A. McNally Christopher A. McNally

Christopher McNally is a research fellow at the East-West Center with interests including the dynamics of contemporary capitalism in the Asia Pacific, especially the evolution of corporate governance structures and government-business relations; China’s economic, financial and enterprise reforms with an emphasis on the rapid development of Chinese private firms; and the implications of China’s growing economic power on the East Asian security environment. He just returned from a three-months stay in Hong Kong. Dr. McNally has had research fellowships at the Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, West Australia and the Institute of Asia Pacific Studies, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, as well as two years of fieldwork under the auspices of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. He received his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Washington. He has authored numerous publications including Sichuan: Driving Capitalist Development Westward and Strange Bedfellows: Communist Party Institutions and New Governance Mechanisms in Chinese State Holding Corporations.