Casino Governance in Macao and Singapore
This study aims at comparing and contrasting casino governance in Macao with that in Singapore in several aspects: (1) the law and regulations governing casinos; (2) the role of foreign casino capitalists; (3) the relationship between casino employees and employers; (4) the role of the government in supervising the casino industry; and (5) the causes and consequences of developing the casino industry on the societies and capitalist economies of both Macao and Singapore.
Dennis Hui has joined the department since 2011. He is a social scientist specialising in urban governance and political economy and studies the interface between urban governance, the state and political economy from a comparative perspective. He has published in different academic journals in the area of comparative political economy.