David Meyer

David Meyer

David R. Meyer is a senior lecturer in management at the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, US. He has published widely on Hong Kong as a global financial centre.

Latest from David Meyer

Opinion | China’s help will keep Hong Kong a beacon of finance and prosperity

Hong Kong’s Covid-19 problem will end once China opens up and the city will regain its reputation as a vibrant international centre. The new chief executive will have the central government’s full support and be able to focus their attention on pressing domestic matters.

Hong Kong’s Covid-19 problem will end once China opens up and the city will regain its reputation as a vibrant international centre. The new chief executive will have the central government’s full support and be able to focus their attention on pressing domestic matters.

17 Apr 2022 - 3:30AM
Opinion | Hong Kong’s welfare failures are a damning indictment of the government and the international community

The government’s woefully inadequate welfare package highlights its failure to implement Basic Law Article 145 to improve people’s livelihoods. The apathy in the business and international communities is shameful, and Hongkongers deserve better.

The government’s woefully inadequate welfare package highlights its failure to implement Basic Law Article 145 to improve people’s livelihoods. The apathy in the business and international communities is shameful, and Hongkongers deserve better.

24 Jan 2020 - 9:50AM
The View | Why Hong Kong’s status as a global financial centre is perfectly safe and secure

Hong Kong is irreplaceable in the Asia-Pacific and hosts a complex and pivotal network of firms and financiers that has survived wars, revolutions and economic depressions. Importantly, Beijing firmly supports Hong Kong as China’s global financial centre.

Hong Kong is irreplaceable in the Asia-Pacific and hosts a complex and pivotal network of firms and financiers that has survived wars, revolutions and economic depressions. Importantly, Beijing firmly supports Hong Kong as China’s global financial centre.

9 Oct 2019 - 10:25PM
22 Dec 2014 - 8:29PM