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Good Governance: Paternalism vs. Individual Conscience

General Administration Office (November 8, 2007)
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SEMINAR SERIES : Brilliance of Civilization

MAJOR SPEAKER : Cheng, Moses
LENGTH : 94 min.
ACCESS : Open to all
SUMMARY : Good governance is fundamental to the success of an individual and a corporation. Paternalism has been the world trend in the development of governance - over-providing and over-protection in parenting, and over-regulation in the political systems and capital market. Also, recent cases of corporate and market failure are the result of deliberate fraud rather than non-compliance with regulations. Legislation alone cannot eradicate fraud. The key to success in any form of governance therefore lies in instilling values to fortify individual conscience and integrity. But how can we nurture individuals with these qualities?  [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]



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