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Chinese Verse (Poets) by A. R. Davis

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The World Bank. D. ( 1995). Pilot Study One: The Schoo l Education Programme: Redefining the Relationship between Policy Branch and Department. Y. L. ) Public Sector Ref orm in Hong Kong Key Concepts: Progress-to-Date and Future Directions. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press. H. (2000). Letter Written on Behalf of the Hong Kong Association of Sponsoring Bodies of Schools to the Legislative Council Education Panel, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government. 4 December. Educa tion Panel Discussion Paper No.

Hong Kong Economic Jo urnal (200 1). March 21. It is an Issue on "One Country Two Systems", Not an Issue on "Justice". [in Chinese] Hood, C. ( 199 1). A Management for all Seasons? Publi c Admin istrati on . 69: 3- I9. E. (2000). New Publi c Manage ment. London : Routledge. Lasswell, H. (1936) . Polit ics: Who Gets What. When, and How? New York: McGraw-HilI. L EUNG Yin Hung, Joan 37 Legislative Council (LegCo) Panel on Education, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government (2000) . Discussion Papers, Meetings on 20 November.

The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China, for example, expres sed in their letter to the LegCo Panel on Education the view that "the teachers ' salary grant and the non-recurrent grant" should be excluded from the block grant package (Yeung & Luk 2000) . The government's end vision in pushing the SBM scheme, in fact, was explicitly stated in the SBM document: Guided by general principles of prudence and propriety, the school will have flexibility over the deployment of its funds .

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