The Singapore Economic Roundtable (SER) is a flagship programme of IPS. A select group of senior private sector economists, academics, business leaders and policy makers are invited to the roundtable which is held twice a year. The meeting is conducted along Chatham House rules and is intended to generate a frank discussion of major macro-economic policy issues facing Singapore. Each SER assesses current monetary and fiscal policy in the light of changing economic circumstances and provides a forum for non-policy makers to air their recommendations. In addition, each SER also looks at a longer term structural issue facing Singapore in detail.
The special focus session of the 15th SER will be on an examination of the industrial policy in Singapore.
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to view the programme.Downloads:
• Presentation Slides by Ms Tan Yin Ying
• Presentation Slides by Mr Wu Kun Lung
• Presentation Slides by Professor Ha-Joon Chang
• Key Takeaways from the 15th Singapore Economic Roundtable by IPS Economics and Business ClusterMedia Coverage:
• The Business Times. 2011. Singapore policy options get an airing
, 25 May
• The Business Times. 2011. Firms must adjust to rise of Asian consumers
, 27 May
• The Business Times. 2011. For S’pore, more activist policies could pay off
, 27 May