David Bishop

David Bishop

David Bishop is a principal lecturer in the Faculty of Business and Economics at The University of Hong Kong.

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Opinion | Hong Kong should join mainland China in embracing education reform, and reject a return to ‘normal’

Going back to how things used to be might be a relief but it still leaves unsolved many lingering problems in Hong Kong’s education system. With improved policy, a new perspective and integration of education technology, we could usher in a golden age for education.

Going back to how things used to be might be a relief but it still leaves unsolved many lingering problems in Hong Kong’s education system. With improved policy, a new perspective and integration of education technology, we could usher in a golden age for education.

8 Sep 2021 - 6:45AM
Opinion | Why is Hong Kong rewarding employment agencies when the industry is complicit in human trafficking?

The government has endorsed a subsidy scheme for employment agencies hit by Covid-19. Yet the scheme does not acknowledge that a large subset of the industry has been criticised for facilitating labour trafficking through debt-based coercion.

The government has endorsed a subsidy scheme for employment agencies hit by Covid-19. Yet the scheme does not acknowledge that a large subset of the industry has been criticised for facilitating labour trafficking through debt-based coercion.

5 Jul 2020 - 7:40PM
Opinion | Why Hong Kong’s reputation as a human trafficking black spot is justified

The government’s refusal to acknowledge the problem does not change the fact that it devotes far fewer resources to tackling the scourge than even NGOs, and consequently lags behind other jurisdictions in enforcement.

The government’s refusal to acknowledge the problem does not change the fact that it devotes far fewer resources to tackling the scourge than even NGOs, and consequently lags behind other jurisdictions in enforcement.

4 Sep 2018 - 9:38AM
Hong Kong’s errant domestic helper agencies are everywhere and unafraid of the law

Cracking down on widespread illegal practices among helper employment agencies would protect both employers and helpers.

Cracking down on widespread illegal practices among helper employment agencies would protect both employers and helpers.

24 Mar 2018 - 7:23PM