IPS Report Series

The IPS Report Series publishes commissioned as well as unsolicited papers that are concept or “think” pieces on social, economic and political issues affecting Singapore. The Series aims at rapid dissemination of new and thought-provoking ideas to relevant individuals and organizations in the public and private sectors for their review. The views expressed in the papers in this Series are those of the authors alone and do not necessarily represent the views of the Institute.

  1. What Singapore Can Learn from Indonesia

    Publisher:
    Singapore: IPS
    Author/s:
    Barry H P Desker
    Year:
    1990
    Excerpt:

    This is the text of the address by Ambassador Barry Desker, Singapore's Ambassador to Indonesia, at the IPS Public Lecture on "What Singapore can learn from Indonesia", held at the auditorium of the Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library Building on Tuesday, 20 November 1990.

  2. ASEAN: Where Do We Go From Here? Some Thoughts on Economic Cooperation

    Publisher:
    Singapore: IPS
    Author/s:
    Lee Tsao Yuan
    Year:
    1991
    Excerpt:

    The original version of this paper was delivered at the Third Indonesia-Singapore Bilateral Conference, 3-7 November 1990, Bandung, Indonesia. It has been subsequently revised (without up-dating).

  3. Singaporeans Overseas: A Study of Emigrants in Australia and Canada

    Publisher:
    Singapore: IPS
    Author/s:
    Yap Mui Teng
    Year:
    1991
  4. Report of the IPS Forum on the Census of Population 1990

    Publisher:
    Singapore: IPS
    Author/s:
    Yap Mui Teng ed
    Year:
    1991