Interview - Bart Wilson, Stephen Rassenti, Vernon L. Smith
A discussion with Professors Vernon L. Smith, Stephen Rassenti and Bart Wilson
Article - Bryan Caplan
Economist Bryan Caplan, noted for his insights on public choice, visited Singapore in November 2008. His observations address how “economically efficient, but politically unpopular” policies might successfully be carried through a democratic system, and sheds light on the environment in which public policy is made and implemented in Singapore.
Article - Kenneth Chan
"…the issue is not how much inequality there is, but how much opportunity there is for the individual to get out of the bottom classes and into the top."– Milton Friedman
Review - Tan Peng Ting
Review of Edward Glaeser's Triumph of the City
Opinion - Julia Yap, Bernard Nee
Singapore’s growth and transformation from a developing nation in the early 1960s to the successful and thriving economy it is today has been the source of much fascination for many observers.
Interview - Theresa W. Devasahayam
New York University’s Professor Lawrence M. Mead discusses workfare and income inequality in light of the US experience after a decade of welfare reform.
Opinion - Dodo J. Thampapillai
Following the 2006 Stern report, global warming, climate change and the scarcity of basic resources have become dominant themes in policy forums concerning sustainable development.
Article - Andy Eng, Augustine Chong
Why China wants to become a clean energy powerhouse — and what it means for the global economy.
Interview - Premarani Somasundram
Interview with Adam Schwarz
Article - Wu Wei Neng, Donald Low
The central question for governments is not whether but how to intervene in markets to ensure their proper functioning.