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Singapore Research and Publications

 

Books (2006-2016)

  1. Kenneth Paul Tan, Governing Global-City Singapore: Legacies and Futures after Lee Kuan Yew. London: Routledge, 2016.
  2. Kishore Mahbubani, Can Singapore Survive? Singapore: Straits Times Press, 2015.
  3. Heng Yee Kuang, Managing global risks in the urban age: Singapore and the making of a Global City. United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishers, 2015.   
  4.  Faizal Bin Yahya, INTRACO: Blazing a Trail Overseas for Singapore? Singapore: World Scientific, 2015.
  5.  Song Seng Law, A Breakthrough in Vocational and Technical Education: The Singapore Story (edited by IPS). Singapore: World Scientific, 2015.
  6.  Faizal Bin Yahya, ed., Inequality in Singapore. Singapore: World Scientific, 2015.
  7.  Donald Low and Sudhir Thomas Vadaketh, Hard Choices: Challenging the Singapore Consensus. Singapore: NUS Press, 2014.
  8.  Yap Mui Teng, Gillian Koh and Debbie Soon, eds, Migration and Integration in Singapore: Policies and Practice. London: Routledge, 2014.
  9.  Shashi Jayakumar, Rahul Sagar, eds. The Big Ideas of Mr Lee Kuan Yew. Singapore: Straits Times Press, 2014.
  10.  Huang Jing and Sreekant Gupta, eds. Environmental Policies in Asia: Perspectives from Seven Asian Countries. Singapore: World Scientific, 2014.
  11.  Mathew Mathews and Y. H Terence Leong, Towards Ageing Well: Aspirations, Challenges and Policies, IPS Exchange, vol. 2. Singapore: National University of Singapore, 2014.
  12.  Cecilia Tortajada, Yugal Joshi, and Asit K. Biswas, The Singapore Water Story: Sustainable Development in an Urban City. Routledge, 2013.
  13.  S. Gopinathan, Education and the Nation State: The selected works of S. Gopinathan. New York: Routledge, 2013.
  14.  Kishore Mahbubani, Stavros Yiannouka, Scott A. Fritzen and Astrid S Tuminez, The Lee Kuan Yew School: Building a Global Policy School in Asia. Singapore: World Scientific, 2012. 
  15.  Donald Low, Behavioural Economics and Policy Design: Examples from Singapore. Singapore: World Scientific, 2011.
  16.  L. Lim and Margaret Liang, Economic Diplomacy: Essays and Reflections by Singapore’s Negotiators. Singapore: World Scientific, 2010.
  17.  Bridget Welsh, Jame Chin, Arun Mahizhnan and Tan Tarn How, eds., Impressions of the Goh Chok Tong Years in Singapore. Singapore: NUS Press, 2009.
  18.  Ramkishen Rajan and Shandre Thangavelu, Singapore’s Trade and Investment Performance and Policies, Singapore: World Scientific Press, 2009.
  19.  Kenneth Paul Tan, Cinema and Television in Singapore: Resistance in One Dimension, Leiden: Brill, 2008.
  20.  Faizal Bin Yahya, New “Temples” of India: Singapore and India Collaboration in Information Technology Parks. Leiden: Brill, University of Leiden, 2008.
  21.  Faizal Bin Yahya, Economic Cooperation between Singapore and India: An Alliance in the Making?, London: Routledge, 2008.
  22.  Kenneth Paul Tan, ed., Renaissance Singapore? Economy, Culture, and Politics. Singapore: NUS Press, 2007.
  23.  Henri Ghesquiere, Singapore’s Success—Engineering Economic Growth. Singapore: Thomson Learning, 2006.

Journal articles (2011-2017) 

  1. Vu Minh Khuong, “Embracing globalization to promote industrialization: Insights from the development of Singapore’s petrochemicals industry,” China Economic Review, early view (Jan 2017).
  2. Zeger Van der Wal, “Small Countries, Big Performers. In Search of Shared Strategic Public Sector HRM Strategies in Successful Small Countries,” International Journal of Public Administration, 40(5):443-458 (2017).
  3. Chee Wei Winston Chin and Phua Kai Hong, “Long Term Care Policy: Singapore’s Experience,” Journal of Aging & Social Policy, 28(2):113-129 (2016).
  4. Chang Yee Kwan, Azad Singh Bali and Mukul G. Asher, “Organization and Reporting of Public Financial Accounts: Insights and Policy Implications from the Singapore Budget,” Australian Journal of Public Administration, 75(4): 409-423 (2016).
  5. Leong Ching,” A Lived-Experience Investigation of Narratives: Recycled Drinking Water,” International Journal of Water Resources Development 32(4):1-13 (2016).
  6. Ora-Orn Poocharoen and Norma Hoi-Lam Wong, “Performance Management of Collaborative Projects: The Stronger the Collaboration, the Less Is Measured,” Public Performance & Management Review, 39:3 (2016).
  7. Joost Buurman and Vladan Babovic, “Adaptation Pathways and Real Options Analysis: An Approach to Deep Uncertainty in Climate Change Adaptation Policies,” Policy and Society: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Policy Research 35(2):137-150 (2016).
  8. Seck Tan and Allen Lai Yu-Hung, “Economic Repercussions of Extreme Events for an Island Nation: Case of Singapore,” Singapore Economic Review,” 61:1 (2016).
  9. Guangpu Yang and Gu Qingyang, “Effects of Exchange Rate Variations on Bilateral Trade with a Vehicle Currency: Evidence from China and Singapore,” Journal of International Money and Finance, 68: 50-73 (2016).  
  10. Leong Ching and Neng Qian, “Ambiguity, bureaucracy and certainty: The ABCs of enabling water self-sufficiency,” Policy and Society, Volume 35, Issue 2 (2016).
  11. Kenneth Paul Tan, “Singapore in 2015: Regaining hegemony”, Asian Survey, 56:1 (2016).
  12. Kenneth Paul Tan, “Choosing what to remember in neoliberal Singapore: The Singapore Story, state censorship, and state‑sponsored nostalgia”, Asian Studies Review, 40(32) (2016).
  13. Vincent Chua, Mathew Mathews, and Yi Cheng Loh, “Social Capital in Singapore: Gender Differences, Ethnic Hierarchies, and their Intersection,” Social Networks, 47:138-150 (2016).
  14. Mathew Mathews and Paulin Tay Straughan, “Single Singaporeans and their Hesitation to use Commercial Matchmaking Services,” Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 47(2):247-266 (2016).
  15. Mathew Mathews, “The Experience of Counseling Among a Singaporean Elderly Population: A Qualitative Account of What Clients Report as Beneficial,” Journal of Cross-cultural Gerontology, 31(3):277-291 (2016).
  16. Mathew Mathews and Irene Y. H. Ng, “Coping through Reproducing State Ideology: Working Poor Families in Singapore,” Global Social Welfare, 3(4):269–277 (2016).
  17. Carol Soon and JL Sim “Chinese blogosphere in Singapore, Journal of E-Democracy and Open Government”. eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government, 7, no. 1 (2015).
  18. Naomi Aoki and M Tay, “Managerialism Meets Regime: A Distinctively Singaporean Marriage?”. Asian Journal of Political Science (2015).
  19. Mukul G. Asher, A S BALI and C.Y. Kwan, “Public Financial Management in Singapore: Key Characteristics and Prospects”. The Singapore Economic Review, 63, no. 3 (2015).
  20. Naomi Aoki, “Let’s Get Public Administration Right, But in What Sequence? Lessons from Japan and Singapore”. Public Administration and Development (2015).
  21. Kenneth P. Tan, “Singapore in 2014: Adapting to the “new normal”“. Asian Survey, 55, no. 1 (2015).
  22. Chiang Wai Fong, “Speaking in (Whose) Tongue: Heritage Language Maintenance and Ritual Practices in Singapore,” Pragmatics and Society, 5(1): 22-49 (2014).
  23. Chan-Hoong Leong, “Social Markers of Acculturation: A New Research Framework on Intercultural Adaptation,” International Journal of Intercultural Relations 38(1): 120-132 (2014).
  24. Selina Lim, Wai Wai Yang, Chan-Hoong Leong and Jerrold Hong, “Reconfiguring the Singapore identity space: Beyond Racialism and Survivalism,” International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 43(A):13-21 (2014).
  25. Carol Soon, “Engagement@web 2.0 between the government and citizens in Singapore: Dialogic communication on Facebook?”. Asian Journal of Communication, (2014).
  26. Tan Khee Giap and YY Tan, “Promoting SMEs and Enhancing Labor Productivity in Singapore: A Policy Analysis”. Journal of International Commerce, Economics and Policy, 5, no. 3.
  27. Cecilia Tortajada and Y.K. Joshi, “Water quality management in Singapore: The role of institutions, rules and regulations”. Hydrological Sciences Journal-Journal Des Sciences Hydrologiques (2014).
  28. Wu Xun and M Ramesh, “Market Imperfections, Government Imperfections and Innovative Policy Mixes in Singapore”. Policy Sciences, 47, no. 3 (2014).
  29. AD Ziegler, J P Terry, GJH Oliver, Daniel A Friess, C J Chuah, W T L Chow and Robert Wasson, “Increasing Singapore’s Resilience to Drought”. Hydrological Processes, 28 (2014).
  30. Mukul Asher, “Fairness and Sustainability of Pension Arrangements in Singapore”. Malaysian Journal of Economic Studies, 50, no. 2 (2013).
  31. Heng Yee Kuang, “A global city in an age of global risks: Singapore’s evolving discourse on vulnerability’”. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 35, no. 4 (2013).
  32. WT Hui, “Economic Growth and Inequality in Singapore: The Case for a Minimum Wage”. International Labour Review, 152, no. 1 (2013).
  33. Mathew Mathews and R Volberg, “Impact of Problem Gambling on Financial, Emotional and Social Well-being of Singaporean Families”. International Gambling Studies, 13, no. 1 (2013).
  34. Mathew Mathews, Working with low income Indian single mothers, Singapore: Singapore Indian Development Association (2013).
  35. Mathew Mathews, “Understanding religious freedom in Singapore”. The Review of Faith & International Affairs, 11, no. 2 (2013).
  36. NM Noor and Leong Chan Hoong, “Multiculturalism in Malaysia and Singapore: Contesting Models”. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 37, no. 6 (2013).
  37. Ora-Orn Poocharoen, “Managing Talent in the Public Sector: A comparative study of Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand”. Public Management Review, 15, no. 8 (2013).
  38. M Ramesh, “Market imperfections, government imperfections, and policy mixes: policy innovations in Singapore”. Policy Sciences (2013).
  39. Carol Soon, “OMGs! Offline-based movement organizations, online-based movement organizations and network mobilization: A case study of political bloggers in Singapore”. Information, Communication & Society (2013).
  40. Kenneth Paul Tan, “Forum Theater in Singapore: Resistance, Containment, and Commodification in an Advanced Industrial Society”. Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique, 21, no. 1 (2013).
  41. Cecilia Tortajada and Y.K. Joshi, “Water demand management in Singapore: Involving the public, Water Resources Management”. Water Resources Management, 27 (2013).
  42. Cecilia Tortajada and Y.K. Joshi, “Water resources management and governance as part of an overall framework for growth and development: the case of Singapore”. International Journal of Water Governance, 1, no. 3 (2013).
  43. Vu Minh Khuong, “Information and Communication Technology and Singapore’s Economic Growth”. Information Economics and Policy, 25, no. 4 (2013).
  44. Faizal Bin Yahya, “Transmigrant Identities and Human Capital Flows in Singapore”. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 12, no. 2 (243-267) (Dec-Jan 2013).
  45. Heng Yee Kuang, “Confessions of a small state: Singapore’s evolving approach to international peace operations”. Journal of International Peacekeeping, 16, no. 1-2 (2012).
  46. John Richardson and Elizabeth L.L. Ong, “The Improbable Resilience of Singapore”. The Solutions Journal, Sep-Oct 2012 (2012).
  47. Yugal K Joshi, Cecilia Q H Tortajada and Asit K Biswas, “Cleaning of the Singapore River and Kallang Basin in Singapore: Human and Environmental Dimensions”. AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment, 41 (2012).
  48. Yugal K Joshi, Cecilia Tortajada and Asit K Biswas, “Cleaning of the Singapore River and Kallang Basin in Singapore: Economic, Social, and Environmental Dimensions”. International Journal of Water Resources Development, (2012).
  49. Kenneth Paul Tan, “Singapore in 2011: a ‘new normal’ in politics?”. Asian Survey, 52, no. 1 (2012).
  50. Kenneth Paul Tan, “The ideology of pragmatism in Singapore: neoliberal globalization and political authoritarianism”. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 42, no. 1 (2012).
  51. MW TAN, “Singapore’s Rising Income Inequality and Strategy to Address It”. ASEAN Economic Bulletin, 29, no. 2 (2012).
  52. GSR TOH and W T Hui, “Trade Liberalization, Labor Demand Shifts and Earnings Inequality in Singapore”. Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, 24, no. 3 (2012).
  53. Nicola S Pocock and K H Phua, “Medical tourism and policy implications for health systems: a conceptual framework from a comparative study of Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia”. Globalization and Health, 7, no. 12 (2011).
  54. Alice Ouyang and Ramkishen Rajan, “Reserve Accumulation and Monetary Sterilization in Singapore and Taiwan”. Applied Economics, 43, no. 16 (2011): 2015-2031.
  55. Carol Soon, “ Flows of relations and communication among Singapore political bloggers and organizations: The networked public sphere approach.”. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 8 (2011).
  56. Cecilia Tortajada and K. Pobre, “Singapore and Malaysia Water Relationship: An Analysis of the Media Perspectives”. Hydrological Sciences Journal-Journal Des Sciences Hydrologiques, 56, no. 4 (2011).
  57. Cecilia Tortajada, “Singapore and Malaysia Water Relationship: An Analysis of the Media Perspectives”. Hydrological Sciences Journal-Journal Des Sciences Hydrologiques, 56, no. 4 (2011).
  58. Vu Minh Khuong, “Sources of Singapore’s Economic Growth, 1965–2008: Trends, Patterns and Policy Implications”. Journal of Southeast Asian Economies (JSEAE), 28, no. 3 (2011).

Op-eds (2013-2017)

  1. Asit K. Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada, Why water pricing and management in Singapore needs to be more ambitious, BRINK, 18 April 2017
  2. Hawyee Auyong, The good and bad of dynamic pricing, TODAY, 25 March 2017
  3. Cecilia Tortajada and Asit Biswas, Drastic action needed to cut water use here, Straits Times, 22 March 2017
  4. Tan Khee Giap and Ng Rui Han, Business lobby groups need to look beyond cost cutting, The Straits Times, 17 March 2017
  5. Tan Khee Giap, Chuah Hui Yin and Yan Yuchen, 中小企业:主动转型抑或被动转变, Lianhe Zaobao, 07 March 2017
  6. Martin Stavenhagen, Joost Buurman and Cecilia Tortajada, How to use less water to have more? Look to Europe, Straits Times, 23 Feb 2017
  7. Martin Stavenhagen, Joost Buurman and Cecilia Tortajada, Managing water demand can help, too, The New Paper, 22 Feb 2017
  8. Tan Khee Giap and Wang Peng, 为未来经济七战略 提供长期筹资渠道, Lianhe Zaobao, 22 February 2017
  9. Tan Khee Giap and Gareth Tan Guang Ming, Forging a new consensus for the future economy, The Straits Times, 22 February 2017
  10. Tan Khee Giap and Wang Peng, 新加坡经济进入“新常态” 2017年财政预算案的意义, Lianhe Zaobao, 21 February 2017
  11. Donald Low, Regulate, not ban, lower risk tobacco products, Business Times, 17 February 2017
  12. Donald Low, CFE report could have included long-term macroeconomic issues, Business Times, 14 Feb 2017
  13. Adrian W J Kuah and Hawyee Auyong, What the CFE report left unsaid is critical to future success, Today, 11 Feb 2017
  14. Kishore Mahbubani, Treat China and Trump with respect in 2017, Straits Times, 11 Feb 2017
  15. Tan Khee Giap and Tan Beng Kai, Evan, 新加坡的经济转型, Lianhe Zaobao, 18 January 2017
  16. Tan Khee Giap and Tan Beng Kai, Evan, Transform or risk new normal of low, slow growth, The Straits Times, 18 January 2017
  17. Tommy Koh, Is Singapore the new sick man of Asia? The Straits Times, 24 December 2016
  18. Alex Tan, A blanket cap on board tenure would do more harm than goodThe Business Times, 8 December 2016
  19. Eugene Teng,  Majority race must be wary of false sense of entitlementTODAY, 1 December 2016
  20. Gillian Koh, Donald Trump’s election: Singapore prepared to roll with the punchesThe Straits Times, 17 November 2016
  21. Fern Yu, Making Freelancing a Viable Career PathThe Straits Times, 28 October 2016
  22. Tommy Koh, China’s perception of Singapore: 4 areas of misunderstandingThe Straits Times, 21 October 2016
  23. Manu Bhaskaran and Donald Low, Predictability needed as anchor with outlook diceyThe Business Times, 20 October 2016
  24. Cecilia Tortajada, Preparing for drought, Straits Times, 18 Oct 2016
  25. Carol Soon, Leave no one behind in move to digital economyThe Straits Times, 13 October 2016
  26. Mathew Mathews, Why Reserved Elections for the EP Makes Sense for SingaporeThe Straits Times, 27 September 2016
  27. Varian Lim, 2016, Helping Singaporean women age with optimismTODAY, 19 September
  28. Tommy Koh, The Obama presidency: An assessmentThe Straits Times, 17 September 2016
  29. Gillian Koh, EP report brings greater clarity on Singapore’s governance systemTODAY, 11 September 2016
  30. Alex Tan, 3 steps to innovating without denting profitThe Business Times, 31 August 2016
  31. Gillian Koh and Ng Zhong Wei, With an informed electorate, voting system can cater to young and oldThe Straits Times, 29 August 2016
  32. Mathew Mathews, Why we need to talk about raceTODAY, 19 August 2016
  33. Mathew Mathews, Managing Singapore’s New DiversitiesThe Straits Times, 12 August 2016
  34. Tommy Koh, Dinner at the White HouseThe Straits Times, 30 July 2016
  35. Mathew Mathews, Why Friends MatterThe Straits Times, 25 July 2016
  36. Tommy Koh, The great powers and the rule of lawThe Straits Times, 22 July 2016
  37. Gillian Koh, Singapore Governance in a Troubled Post-Brexit WorldThe Straits Times, 11 July 2016
  38. Tommy Koh, Solving Asia’s water woes by 2030,The Straits Times, 9 July 2016
  39. Tommy Koh, Why I think the EU will surviveThe Straits Times, 29 June 2016
  40. Eugene Teng and Chan-Hoong Leong, The paradox of strong family ties in the integration of immigrantsTODAY, 28 June 2016
  41. Justin Lee, Let’s get off the ‘euphemism treadmill’The Straits Times, 10 June 2016
  42. Gillian Koh and Tan Min-Wei, A speed bump towards our multiracial idealsTODAY, 9 June 2016
  43. Mathew Mathews, A nudge for S’poreans to counter racial prejudiceTODAY, 9 June 2016
  44. Gillian Koh and Tan Min-Wei, 许林珠,陈明伟:总统选举不宜强化种族意识合早, 6月3日2016
  45. Mathew Mathews, 马修:确保少数种族能担任民选总统合早, 6月3日2016
  46. Tan Tarn How, Why reading should be a compulsory subject in schoolThe Straits Times, 25 May 2016
  47. Mathew Mathews, In good social policy, every child mattersThe Straits Times, 29 April 2016
  48. Zhang Jiayi, 促进新移民融入的新移民社团合早, 04月25日2016
  49. Abdul Aziz, Johannis, Negotiating Singapore’s New PluralismThe Straits Times, 19 April 2016
  50. Kenneth Paul Tan, How Singapore is fixing its meritocracy, Washington Post, 16 April 2016.
  51. Nadzirah Samsudin and Carol Soon, Youth and social media – the message matters too, The Straits Times, 15 April 2016
  52. Tan Tarn How, Tng Ying Hui and Andrew Yeo, Will WhatsApp swing Bukit Batok? The Straits Times, 2 April 2016
  53. Asit K. Biswas, Singapore’s water success has H2O expert worried, The Straits Times, 21 March 2016
  54. Mathew Mathews, Time to engage the non-religious in dialogueThe Straits Times, 15 March 2016
  55. Kishore Mahbubani, The enduring ideas of Lee Kuan Yew, The Straits Times, 12 March 2016
  56. Carol Soon, Filling the information vacuum responsiblyThe Straits Times, 9 March 2016
  57. Gillian Koh, People-centred growth in ascent to SG100The Straits Times, 22 February 2016
  58. Carol Soon, Let’s have Internet calibration, instead of regulationThe Straits Times, 20 February 2016
  59. Kishore Mahbubani, Youth here lack idealism, The Straits Times, 20 February 2016
  60. Mathew Mathews and Debbie Soon, 2016, Cultivating in New Citizens a Heart for SingaporeThe Straits Times, 12 February 2016
  61. Justin Lee, TCM – Cultural Practice or Valuable ScienceThe Straits Times, 8 February 2016
  62. Cecilia Tortajada, Singapore needs to manage water demand, The Straits Times, 6 February 2016
  63. Yvonne Arivalagan, When age mattersTODAY, 21 January 2016
  64. Kishore Mahbubani, Let’s talk about policy failures and the elected presidency, The Straits Times, 18 January 2016
  65. Tommy Koh, By Invitation; Three miracles from 2015The Straits Times, 12 January 2016
  66. Hoe Su Fern, Jacqueline Liu and Tan Tarn How, Getting to the heart of great public spaces, The Straits Times, 7 January 2016
  67. Kishore Mahbubani, The road to a car-less Singapore, The Straits Times, 12 December 2015
  68. Asit K. Biswas and Kris Hartley, Singapore can afford to be more open in sharing data, The Straits Times, 11 December 2015
  69. Kishore Mahbubani, Using Singapore for India’s benefit, The Live Mint, 20 November, 2015
  70. Asit K. Biswas, Singapore urged to re-examine its water management strategy, Channel NewsAsia, 18 November 2015
  71. Cecilia Tortajada and Thinesh Kumar S/O Paramasilvam, Ensuring Singapore’s food security, The Business Times, 13 November 2015
  72. Kris Hartley, Tolerant Pragmatism: Singapore’s Next Growth Strategy?, The Diplomat, 1 November 2015
  73. Asit K. Biswas, Matthew Kastner and Cecilia Tortajada, Downside to Singapore’s food availability – food wastage, The Business Times, 16 October 2015
  74. Razeen Sally, Singapore lessons for Sri Lanka, The Business Times, 9 October 2015
  75. Asit K. Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada, Singapore’s Surprisingly Predictable Election Result, The Diplomat, 07 October 2015
  76. Cecilia Tortajada, Singapore’s Impressive Food Security, The Diplomat, 6 September 2015
  77. Asit Biswas, Celebrating 40 years of Singapore, South Korea diplomatic ties, The Business Times, 3 September 2015
  78. Kishore Mahbubani, Display the values we claim to have, The Straits Times, 15 August, 2015
  79. Basskaran Nair, Innovative governance in driving Singapore forward, Today, 11 August 2015
  80. Kishore Mahbubani, Why Singapore Is the World’s Most Successful Society, The World Post, 04 August, 2015
  81. Kishore Mahbubani, The unusual partnership of Singapore, Kazakhstan, The Straits Times, 25 July, 2015
  82. Ker Sin Tze, Hong Kong losing its work-ethic edge over Singapore, The Straits Times, 18 July 2015
  83. Kishore Mahbubani, To Singapore with love, The Straits Times, 11 July, 2015
  84. Kishore Mahbubani, Trust the people, share government data, The Straits Times, 13 June, 2015
  85. Asit Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada, Urban Water Management in Singapore: Past, Present and Future, The Diplomat, 10 June 2015
  86. Mathew Mathews, The changing Singapore family, The Straits Times, 01 June 2015
  87. Kishore Mahbubani, Building the Singapore cathedral, The Straits Times, 11 April 2015
  88. Stavros Yiannouka, The secret of Singapore’s success in education, Project Syndicate, 08 April 2015
  89. Mathew Mathews, Traditional view of family likely to persist in Singapore, The Straits Times, 24 March 2015
  90. Kishore Mahbubani,The city state of Singapore braces itself for challenges to come, The Financial Times, 23 March 2015
  91. Kishore Mahbubani, The Big Tent approach to ensuring Singapore’s survival, The Straits Times, 16 March 2015
  92. Mathew Mathews, Singapore’s Social Compact Trilemma – The Dynamics of a Critically Uncertain National Future, Yeoh Lam Keong, The Online Citizen, 10 February 2015
  93. Kishore Mahbubani and Yeoh Khay Guan, Can Singapore lead in global health? , The Business Times, 30 January 2015
  94. Kishore Mahbubani, Can Singaporeans be idealistic?, The Straits Times, 10 January 2015
  95. Mukul G. Asher and Chang Yee Kwan, Tentative but no fundamental change in Singapore, East Asia Forum, 10 January 2015
  96. Kishore Mahbubani, The final Big Idea: Love Singapore, The Straits Times, 13 December 2014
  97. Cecilia Tortajada & Asit Biswas, Managing Singapore’s Water, The Business Times, 12 December 2014
  98. Sajjad Ashraf, Sajjad Ashraf: Draw more youth into the Singapore story, The Straits Times, 15 November 2014
  99. Kishore Mahbubani, Big Idea No. 10: Downsize the PIE, The Straits Times, 08 November 2014
  100. Kenneth Paul Tan, Will Singapore Become a Liberal Democracy?, The Tufts Daily, 21 October 2014
  101. Kishore Mahbubani, To future-proof the country, build a wise citizenry, The Straits Times, 11 October 2014
  102. Kishore Mahbubani, Nurturing the art of compromise, The Straits Times, 13 September 2014
  103. Donald Low, How to get Singaporeans to make voluntary savings for retirement, The Straits Times, 11 September 2014
  104. Kishore Mahbubani, Big Idea No. 7: Be Bold, The Straits Times, 09 August 2014
  105. Donald Low and Sudhir Vadaketh, The end of the Singapore Consensus, Vox, 24 July 2014
  106. Kishore Mahbubani, $5 meals, $500 holidays and $50k homes for SG50, The Straits Times, 12 July 2014
  107. Kishore Mahbubani, Big Idea No. 5: Speak the National Language, The Straits Times, 16 June 2014
  108. Carol Soon, Making Singapore a digital village, Today, 19 May 2014
  109. Kishore Mahbubani, Prepare for a political crisis, The Straits Times, 10 May 2014
  110. Kishore Mahbubani, Three stories to strengthen the Singapore spirit, The Straits Times, 12 April 2014
  111. Kishore Mahbubani, Public transport: No. 1 in the world?, The Straits Times, 08 March 2014
  112. Phua Kai Hong, Pioneer package — why the basics matter, Today, 12 February 2014
  113. Kishore Mahbubani, Big Idea No. 1: A ‘less-car’ Singapore, The Straits Times, 08 February 2014
  114. Kishore Mahbubani, 2014: The year of Big Ideas, The Straits Times, 11 January 2014
  115. Donald Low, Singapore must ease ‘bandwidth tax’ on the poor, Today, 08 January 2014
  116. Kishore Mahbubani, Many drops can create an ocean of giving, The Straits Times, 14 December 2013
  117. Peter Brabeck-Letmathe and Asit K Biswas, What India and China can take away from Singapore’s water story, Today, 13 November 2013
  118. Kishore Mahbubani, Seven pillars of Singapore’s soft power, The Straits Times, 11 November 2013
  119. Kishore Mahbubani, Can Singapore ‘electrify’ the world?, The Straits Times, 14 October 2013
  120. Kishore Mahbubani,Fewer cars, fewer roads, The Straits Times, 14 September 2013
  121. Donald Low, For the Government, going beyond an old script, Today, 21 August 2013
  122. Phua Kai Hong, Phua Kai Hong looks to the future of Singapore’s 3M healthcare system, Today, 17 August 2013
  123. Kenneth Paul Tan, Biggest success may lie in nurturing habit to speak up, listen, Today, 14 August 2013
  124. Kishore Mahbubani, 48 = Lucky, The Straits Times, 13 August 2013
  125. Yvonne Guo and Woo Jun Jie, S’pore-Swiss tackling of tax evasion: How the two countries manage such activities will be crucial for their continued success and global standing, Business Times, 11 July 2013
  126. Kishore Mahbubani, So, what is a Singaporean?, The Asiaone News, 10 June 2013
  127. Kishore Mahbubani, Are Singaporeans ideological prisoners?, The Straits Times, 11 May 2013
  128. Kishore Mahbubani,Singapore’s biggest blessing: Safety, Straits Times, 13 April 2013
  129. Kishore Mahbubani, Singapore: Butterfly or frog?, Straits Times, 09 March 2013
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