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The City of the Future Needs a Data Culture that Sees the Visible and Invisible

Opinion  -  Poon King Wang

The Director of the Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities reflects on how city planners and policymakers can make more thoughtful use of data to improve decision-making and better people’s lives in meaningful ways.

Behavioural Economics Symposium 2016- Data Science and Behavioural Economics

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Behavioural Economics Symposium that brought together Gary King, Sumit Agarwal, and Daniel Lim to discuss how data science complements behavioural economics in designing better policies.

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Ethos, journal of the Civil Service College Singapore

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ETHOS is a publication of the Civil Service College, Singapore. It aims to provide thought leadership, insight and context on a wide range of public policy issues of interest to Singapore.

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Features past issues of Ethos, event materials and CSC-authored case studies and toolkits

Using Data to Create Better Government

Opinion  -  Diaan-Yi Lin, Vidhya Ganesan

​Public agencies in Singapore and elsewhere have already begun to use data analytics to transform public policy thinking and delivery.

Open Government and Public Crowdsourcing in Practice

Article  -  Jairus Yip

Government efforts to engage citizens in collaborative public initiatives are still in their early stages, but there have been some successes.

Cities, Culture and Happiness

Article  -  Bruno S. Frey

The arts as a means to enhance individual well-being can have an impact on how culture should be encouraged by policy.

The Digital Social Contract and e-Legitimacy

Opinion  -  Max Everest-Phillips

New institutions are needed to manage both the potential and risks of digital technologies that will reshape our societies and how they are governed.

Attracting Tech Talent: Start with Culture Redesign

Opinion  -  Karen Tay

A Singaporean in Silicon Valley argues for new work structures, principles and practices, and incentives that will appeal to the top tech talent we want.