About The Institute of Policy Studies

The Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) was established in 1988 as an independent think-tank to study and generate public policy ideas in Singapore. IPS became an autonomous research centre of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore in 2008. Today, IPS continues to analyse public policy, build bridges between thought leaders, and communicate its findings to a wide audience. The Institute examines issues of critical national interest across a variety of fields, and studies the attitudes and aspirations of Singaporeans through surveys of public perception. It adopts a multi-disciplinary approach in its analyses and takes the long-term view in its strategic deliberation and research.

Reflections on the Citizens’ Jury for the War on Diabetes
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Reflections on the Citizens’ Jury for the War on Diabetes

19 Oct 2018
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IPS Update Issue October 2018
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IPS Update Issue October 2018

15 Oct 2018
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IPS Survey on Emigration Attitudes of Young Singaporeans (2016)
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IPS Survey on Emigration Attitudes of Young Singaporeans (2016)

28 Sep 2018
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28
Nov 2018
Conference
Time: 09:00 am - 09:30 pm (SGT)
Location: Singapore
05
Nov 2018
Workshop
Time: 08:30 am - 01:30 pm (SGT)
Location: Singapore
26
Oct 2018
Anniversary Event
Time: 08:30 am - 05:00 pm (SGT)
26
Sep 2018
Time: 03:15 pm - 05:45 pm (SGT)
Location: Singapore
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Co. Ptd. Ltd.
Author/s: Terence Chong
Year: 2018
Publisher: IPS Working Papers No. 31
Author/s: SOON, Carol and GOH, Shawn
Year: 2018
Publisher: Asian Association of Social Psychology and John Wi...
Author/s: HO, Qiao-Ying Elaine and LEONG, Chan-Hoong
Year: 2018
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Co. Ptd. Ltd.
Author/s: Lim Siong Guan
Year: 2018
Publisher: IPS Working Papers No. 29
Author/s: GOH, Zhang Hao, LEONG, Chan-Hoong and Varian Lim
Year: 2018
Publisher: Institute of Policy Studies
Author/s: Tan Min-Wei
Year: 2018

Managing the Challenges of an Ageing Society: This research programme analyses the social and economic impact of Singapore’s ageing society, ultra-low fertility, longer life and health expectancy, and migration. It examines changes to family structures, employment, entrepreneurship, productivity, savings, and investment, and their policy implications.

Inequality and Social Mobility: This research programme examines developments in this area, and considers measures to limit the negative trends.

Managing Diversities: This research programme tracks our growing diversity and its implications for national identity, social cohesion and capital, community resilience and governance.

Governance of a Global City-State: This research programme seeks out useful ideas and comparative experience that can be realistically applied or creatively adapted to help policymakers in the key sectors of the country build towards sustainable economic and social vibrancy.

Managing the Challenges of an Ageing Society
Managing the Challenges of an Ageing Society
Inequality and Social Mobility
Inequality and Social Mobility
Managing Diversities
Managing Diversities
Governance of a Global City-State
Governance of a Global City-State