This paper proposes through efficient management of the supply chains in Chinese hinterland, i.e., the Pearl River Delta region, and by leveraging its existing capabilities, Hong Kong could re-shape its economy for long term gains and ultimately achieve a win-win situation by contributing to the further growth of both the Mainland and Hong Kong.
|Title of host publication||Procedings of the 4th Annual International Business and Economy Conference (IBEC)|
|Subtitle of host publication||emerging issues in the global economy|
|Place of Publication||San Francisco, USA|
|Publisher||College of Business, San Francisco State University|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
|Event||Annual International Business and Economy Conference (4th : 2005) - Honolulu, Hawaii|
Duration: 6 Jan 2005 → 9 Jan 2005
|Conference||Annual International Business and Economy Conference (4th : 2005)|
|Period||6/01/05 → 9/01/05|
Lee Ying Sau, J., Lee Yuen Han, T., Harrison, N., & Skytta, H. (2005). Chain of pearls: Pearl River Delta supply chains as enablers for long term development of Hong Kong. In V. Calluzzo (Ed.), Procedings of the 4th Annual International Business and Economy Conference (IBEC): emerging issues in the global economy (pp. 1-10). San Francisco, USA: College of Business, San Francisco State University.