About ACI

The Asia Competitiveness Institute (ACI) was established in August 2006 as a research centre at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP), National University of Singapore (NUS). It aims to build the intellectual leadership and network for understanding and developing competitiveness in the Asia region. ACI seeks to contribute to the enhancement of inclusive growth, living standards and institutional governance through competitiveness research on sub-national economies in Asia. Click to read more about ACI.

Publisher: Lianhe Zaobao
Author/s: TAN, Khee Giap and Tan Yan Yi
Year: 2019
Publisher: The Business Times
Author/s: TAN, Khee Giap and Tan Yan Yi
Year: 2019
Publisher: Lianhe Zaobao
Author/s: TAN, Khee Giap and Tan Yan Yi
Year: 2019
陈企业博士建议: 我国应成为亚洲基设枢纽
Asia Competitiveness Institute

陈企业博士建议: 我国应成为亚洲基设枢纽

17 Mar 2019
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下降两位排名第54 我国普通人民生活成本稍低于全球中位数水平
Asia Competitiveness Institute

下降两位排名第54 我国普通人民生活成本稍低于全球中位数水平

27 Nov 2018
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Bappenas Optimistis Keberhasilan Skema Pembiayaan Non-APBN Berlanjut
Asia Competitiveness Institute

Bappenas Optimistis Keberhasilan Skema Pembiayaan Non-APBN Berlanjut

27 Nov 2018
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ACI's core research themes have evolved over the years and can now be broadly classified into three different clusters listed below.

Understanding Sub-national Economies in Asia
Understanding Sub-national Economies in Asia
Analysing Competitiveness at the Firm-Level
Analysing Competitiveness at the Firm-Level
Identifying Singapore’s Public Policies and Long-term Growth Strategies in a Global Context
Identifying Singapore’s Public Policies and Long-term Growth Strategies in a Global Context