Freedom of choice of occupation and academic freedom in Hong Kong

Tiba, Firew Kebede 2015, Freedom of choice of occupation and academic freedom in Hong Kong. In Chan, Johannes and Lim, C. L. (ed), Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, Thomson Reuters, Hong Kong, pp.909-936.

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Title Freedom of choice of occupation and academic freedom in Hong Kong
Author(s) Tiba, Firew KebedeORCID iD for Tiba, Firew Kebede
Title of book Law of the Hong Kong Constitution
Editor(s) Chan, Johannes
Lim, C. L.
Publication date 2015
Chapter number 25
Total chapters 32
Start page 909
End page 936
Total pages 27
Publisher Thomson Reuters
Place of Publication Hong Kong
Summary This chapter discusses two unrelated topics which are successively provided for in the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Administrative Region (HKSAR). These are the right of Hong Kong residents to a freedom of choice of occupations (art..33) and the right to academic freedom of Hong Kong's academic institutions and by implication of their academics (art.34). The first section of this chapter will focus on art.33, while the second section will focus on art.34.
ISBN 9789626617526
Edition 2nd
Language eng
Field of Research 180108 Constitutional Law
Socio Economic Objective 940499 Justice and the Law not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category B1 Book chapter
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