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.
Research findings have been published in the local print media, The team has been interviewed on local radio and its findings have been picked up by local television news.
HKGolden50 also disseminates its research findings through lectures and discussions at professional associations, governmental and non-governmental institutions, as well as community talks open to the general public.