Hong Kong’s CyberPort: Do Government and High Tech Mix?
By Benjamin C. Ostrov
This article appeared in the Fall 2002 issue of The Independent Review


Hong Kong’s CyberPort—a business development for information technology and services companies—illustrates some of the hazards of public-private ventures. Most notably, Hong Kong officials blundered not in their forward-looking aspirations, but in their antiquated assumptions about how knowledge is disseminated.

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