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Economic Development and Social Integration: Singapore’s Evolving Social Compact

Article  -  Soh Tze Min

Is continuous meritocracy the key to balancing economic integration and social cohesion in a period of slowing growth?

New Strategic Capabilities and Partnership Paradigms for Singapore’s Social Sector

Article  -  Cheryl Wu

Singapore's social compact can no longer rest on Government alone; cross-sector partnerships may better address increasingly complex social needs.

Uniquely Singapore, Uniquely CPF

Article  -  Laura Lim, Eng Soon Khai, Heidi Chan

Singapore’s pragmatic approach to social security has led to the development of a unique system that does not readily adhere to international benchmarks.

Making Public Policy Relevant for Bicultural Families in Singapore

Conversation  -  Kharina Zainal, Paulin Tay Straughan

A conversation with noted sociologist Paulin Tay Straughan offers insights on Singapore’s growing social diversity and its implications for bicultural families and social policy.

Meritocracy: Time For An Update?

Opinion  -  Tiana Desker

While the spirit of meritocracy is still important for Singapore, there may be a need to review our ideas about how it can be put into practice.

Striking the Right Balance

Roundtable  -  Mohammed Mosly, Filimone Woqabaca, Hamzah Sulaiman

Participants from the 7th Leaders in Governance Programme discuss the prospects for maintaining an agile and prosperous society that is also responsive to diverse and increasingly complex needs.

What We Didn't Know About Multigenerational Mobility: In Conversation with Gary Solon

Interview  -  Gary Solon

Better income data has uncovered surprising insights about income mobility and income inequality, says the noted researcher and economics professor.

Race ... or Erase?

Opinion  -  Ngiam Siew Ying

Does race continue to be relevant in modern, diverse Singapore?

Survey of Fairness Perceptions in Singapore Public Policy

Article  -  Sharon Tham, Do Hoang Van Khanh

A survey finds that the perceived fairness of public policies in Singapore varies according to the socioeconomic groups affected

Narratives and the Institutional Imagination

Opinion  -  Catherine Fieschi

Political scientist Catherine Fieschi argues that every country needs a good tale to help it adapt to change while maintaining a sense of collective identity.