Capturing Business Value Out of Corporate Social Responsibility and Social Capital Given the rapid pace at which the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and other Asian economies are growing and the global volatility that these societies are experiencing, social capital and its diverse connectivities can furnish useful anchoring to communities, neighbourhoods, local governments and social protection networks.
Many of these studies involved the action learning projects conducted by them.
This volume in twelve chapters provides a critical analysis of social capital, its indigenous evolution and spread in HKSAR.
Yet over the past 15 years living conditions for the average family have deteriorated despite a robust economy, ample budget surpluses and record labor productivity.
For example, frequent treatments and chemical products place stress on the eye and are closely related to a person's health in general.
In this book you will find chapters describing this pilot project to nurture positive development and leadership among Chinese university students in Hong Kong.
Conversely, this book explicitly applies public health concepts to study the human impact of climate change, for example, by conceptualising climate change impact and its alleviation, mitigation and adaptation in a public health framework.