Present(ing) Futures #1: The future Singapore economy
What are the limitations and challenges of Singapore’s economic growth model? And what reforms and transformations do you think are required to overcome those limitations and challenges, particularly in terms of productivity and innovation?
Essay Competition Details
- The closing date of the competition is 4 April 2016 (postponed from 4 March 2016). Entries sent after this date will not be eligible.
- Essay should have a maximum of 2,000 words.
- Competition is subjected to the LKY School’s Terms & Conditions found in the attachment below.
- Entry forms should be sent to decb64_aGF3eWVlQG51cy5lZHUuc2c=_decb64
Small group discussion and workshop on 16th March 2016
There was a small discussion and workshop for students interested in the this topic and the essay competition. During the discussion, we also conveyed that we were not looking for specific points of view of correct answers from the essays, and that clarity of writing and coherence of logic would be the most important qualities of a good essay. You can download the slides from that workshop here.
Results of the essay competition
This first essay competition closed on Apr 4 2016. We received a total of 51 entries. Our judging panel was:
- Dr Adrian Kuah, Senior Research Fellow, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
- Prof Linda Lim, Professor to Strategy, Michigan Ross School of Business
- Ms Yong Yik Wei, Council Member, Economic Society of Singapore
- Ms Elaine Teo, Director Strategic Planning, Economic Development Board
Commendation prizes (in no particular order)
Honourable mentions (in no particular order)