Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang leaves the high court on April 24, 2017 after being granted bail to appeal against a misconduct conviction and a 20-month prison term. Photo: AP Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang leaves the high court on April 24, 2017 after being granted bail to appeal against a misconduct conviction and a 20-month prison term. Photo: AP
Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang leaves the high court on April 24, 2017 after being granted bail to appeal against a misconduct conviction and a 20-month prison term. Photo: AP
Richard Wong
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This one fix would quash corruption among senior civil servants

‘Reintroducing a pension system would significantly increase the commitment and performance of senior civil servants’

Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang leaves the high court on April 24, 2017 after being granted bail to appeal against a misconduct conviction and a 20-month prison term. Photo: AP Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang leaves the high court on April 24, 2017 after being granted bail to appeal against a misconduct conviction and a 20-month prison term. Photo: AP
Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang leaves the high court on April 24, 2017 after being granted bail to appeal against a misconduct conviction and a 20-month prison term. Photo: AP
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Richard Wong

Richard Wong

Richard Wong Yue-chim is the Philip Wong Kennedy Wong Professor in Political Economy at the University of Hong Kong