Article - David Skilling
A structured approach to managing risk and building resilience is a significant competitive advantage in a more volatile world.
Article - Wee Shu Lin, Lee Chor Pharn, Adeline Aw
“…After this crisis, the world is not going to be the same again. This is not just another cyclical downturn and recovery. The world’s economy is undergoing a structural shift.” — Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in Parliament, 27 May 2009
Opinion - Kenneth Lieberthal
While China has emerged as a key player in global affairs, significant challenges to its ongoing development should not be underestimated, argues Professor Kenneth Lieberthal of the Brookings Institution.
Conversation - Conversation with Bradford DeLong
Noted economics historian and commentator Professor Bradford DeLong, traces the roots of the current crisis, and expresses confidence in the long-term resilience of the global economy.
Article - Lee Chor Pharn
South Korea is ahead of the curve in technology, design, and the market. Could it also be a leading architect of Asia’s future development path?
Article - Valerie Yuen, Godwin Tang
Analysts from the Strategic Policy Office consider how the global economy might evolve in the next decade.
Article - Yap Zhi Jia, Lee Chor Pharn
As former export-led trading relationships decline, the interplay between the Chinese and US economies could shape the course of global trade in the coming decade. How should Singapore respond?
Article - Andy Eng, Augustine Chong
Why China wants to become a clean energy powerhouse — and what it means for the global economy.
Opinion - Linda Lim
Can Singapore’s state-heavy growth model be sustained in the long term, especially after the systemic shock and global rebalancing of the current financial crisis?