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The Making of Behavourial Economics: Review of "Misbehaving" by Richard Thaler

Review  -  Charmaine Tan Huan Yuen

A pioneer’s account of the paradigm shift in economics offers compelling insights for the contemporary scholar and practitioner alike.

Ageing Population: What to Expect and What to Do

Article  -  Norbert Walter

What will the global ageing trend mean for finance, investment and production? Professor Norbert Walter highlights the economic implications of ageing in the coming decades.

The Danish Negotiated Economy

Article  -  Ove K. Pedersen

Denmark thrives on a strategy of institutional competitiveness: policies, incentives and norms that create a whole-of-society comparative advantage.

Thinking through Complexity, Managing for Uncertainty

Article  -  Lam Chuan Leong

Our thinking is less rational than we'd like to believe, but can we learn to outsmart our own cognitive biases?

Managing Complexity and Uncertainties

Article  -  Lam Chuan Leong

Governments should make provisions for increasingly unpredictable and disruptive outcomes in the future, argues Lam Chuan Leong, Senior Fellow at the Centre for Governance and Leadership.

Opinion: Futures Literacy — Embracing Complexity and Using the Future

Opinion  -  Riel Miller

If policymakers want to address complexity, they must define and then use the future more effectively, argues futurist Riel Miller.

Perceptions of Fairness

Article  -  David Chan

The perceived fairness of process and treatment is as significant as outcomes when engaging employees, stakeholders or the public.

Opinion: Global Talent: The War Goes On

Opinion  -  Pushp Deep Gupta

In 2008, Hewitt Associates was commissioned by Singapore's Ministry of Manpower to conduct wide-ranging research on current and future talent challenges with a special focus on Asia. In this article, they highlight key findings from their research.