Call for Submissions - Hong Kong Economic Policy Challenge 2023
- 2023-03-01 ~ 2023-04-12
- 12:00am - 12:00am
[updated on 7 March 2023]
The high housing price and cost of raising a child have contributed to a declining birth rate, and stringent Covid policy over the past three years and the lack of industrial diversity have caused a brain drain amongst ex-pats and tech talents in Singapore, Canada, and the mainland, which both result in a deficiency of high-caliber talents and thus threaten Hong Kong’s competence as a city.
This year, HKEPC 2023 will receive economic policy proposals from undergraduates across universities around the world on a pivotal issue for the future of Hong Kong: labor force crisis. Through this competition, we strive to empower students in addressing this increasingly relevant problem.
More information about HKEPC can be found at https://www.hkepc.ust.hk.
Call for Submissions
1 March -12 April 2023
Submission link: https://forms.gle/k9KBD9DNfpTJTaK86.
Note: any submissions outside the call for submissions period will be discarded
Date: 18 March 2023 (Sat)
Format: Mixed Mode | G012, LSK Business Building, HKUST | ZOOM
Registration: via https://forms.gle/f75GGoYxeAxhzcYD6
- Introduction of HKEPC 2023
- Introducing the topic: labor force crisis
- Panelists share their advice to contestants and discuss their takes on how to make Hong Kong an attractive place to live and work for both skilled laborers and employers in diverse sectors.
- David Graham, Executive Director at the British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
- Michelle Ho, Partner Development Manager, Digital Native, Global Partner Solutions, Microsoft Hong Kong Limited
- Wooyoung Lim, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Submit your enquiry here or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org