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FormationJune 2011

HKGolden50 (Chinese: 香港黃金五十) is a small policy research organisation in Hong Kong. It claims to be 'non-political, non-profit, independent' although its prime mover is former Executive Council-member Franklin Lam. The group publishes research reports on perceived opportunities and bottlenecks in Hong Kong. The research team consists of Lam and nine post-80s members.[1]


Lam, a former UBS property analyst and fund manager, founded the organisation in June 2011.[2]


Research findings have been published in the local print media,[3][4][5][6] The team has been interviewed on local radio[7] and its findings have been picked up by local television news.[8]

HKGolden50 also disseminates its research findings through lectures and discussions at professional associations,[9][10] governmental and non-governmental institutions,[11] as well as community talks open to the general public.[12]


HKGolden50 has published several reports:

  • Hong Kong - The Golden 5 Years and the Decline that may follow...? (Chinese: 香港黃金五年﹕盛衰關鍵)[13]
  • How to become a World City: Lessons from London (Chinese: 實現香港潛能 躍升國際都會:借鏡倫敦)[14][15]
  • How to Invest $100bn for Our Future (Chinese: 如何為我們的將來投資一千億)[16]
  • How to Create A World-Class Medical System (Chinese: 如何建立世界級醫療系統)[17]


  1. ^ "香港黃金五十(HKGolden50)﹕政府主導結果堪虞 限制需求等同「趕客」". Retrieved 7 February 2012.
  2. ^ The Standard, "Sweet goodbye on cards for Tsang". Archived from the original on 30 September 2015. Retrieved 7 February 2012.
  3. ^ "HKGolden 50:萬事俱備 只欠中央". Retrieved 8 February 2012.
  4. ^ "香港沒退路 前衝才可免衰落". Retrieved 8 February 2012.
  5. ^ "運用公帑之道:應使則使" (PDF). Retrieved 8 February 2012.
  6. ^ "西九文化區加快進度事不宜遲". Retrieved 8 February 2012.
  7. ^ "管理新思維".
  8. ^ "Money Cafe (Jan 5, 2011) 分析2012年香港經濟(一)". Cable TV. Retrieved 10 February 2012.
  9. ^ "The Foreign Correspondents' Club, Hong Kong". Retrieved 10 February 2012.
  10. ^ "HKSFA".
  11. ^ "HKGolden50's conversation with United Youth Association".
  12. ^ "HKGolden50 Community talks facebook page".
  13. ^ (2011). "Hong Kong - The Golden 5 Years and the Decline that may follow...?".
  14. ^ (2011). "How to become a World City: Lessons from London".
  15. ^ "HKGolden50: HK economic performance over past 10 yrs seriously lagging behind SG". Retrieved 7 February 2012.
  16. ^ (2012). "How to Invest $100bn for Our Future".
  17. ^ (2012). "How to Create A World-Class Medical System".

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