A Study on Decision-Making Process of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Based on the Multiple-Streams Framework
GUAN Hua;TANG Xiao-zhou;HE Li-wu;Zhongshan Open University;Zhongshan Torch Polytechnic;Policy Research Centre of Guangzhou Economic &Technological Development District;
The 26-year decision-making process of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge presents a typical case of regional infrastructure's decision-making and cooperation under vague conditions. By using multiple-streams framework of policy-making process, this paper explores its process steams in terms of problem, policy and political. It is found that the institutional change of "one country, two systems" after the return of Hong Kong and Macao provides an opportunity for the new vision of the policy.The political-stream is the dominant factor that can promote the integration of three streams for decision-making. The policy entrepreneurs play different role in all steams, and the political-streams is the decisive factor in the choice of public agenda and decision-making scheme.
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