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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.

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.

Trends and Shifts in Employment: Singapore’s Workforce

Article  -  Augustin Lee

Worldwide shifts in employment patterns may challenge the assumptions underlying current manpower policies.

Editorial Issue 18

Editorial  -  Alvin Pang

The future of work is less about who gets to do the work, but what work is worth doing—and what tradeoffs should be made in so doing.

3rd MSF-CSC Social Sector Conference 2017- Complex Vulnerabilities, Innovative Solutions

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The 3rd MSF-CSC Social Sector Conference 2017 discusses on tackling complex vulnerabilities with innovative solutions.

Case Study- Towards a Society without Re-offending

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This case study charts Singapore Prisons Service's transformation journey over the years and discusses the origins of the YRP and its key milestones.

Reducing Health Disparities and Addressing Unmet Health Needs of Vulnerable Groups

Conference material  -  Dean Schillinger

​Held on 13 September 2017, the 3rd MSF-CSC Social Sector Conference 2017 saw four speakers — Mauricio Lim Miller, Dean Schillinger, Elisabeth Mason and James Riccio — sharing their views on tackling complex vulnerabilities with innovative solutions, and how cross-sector partnerships and sustainable approaches were developed for low-income families.​​​​

Not Just Service Delivery

Opinion  -  B. Guy Peters

What does it really mean for public servants to improve their interactions with citizens and customers?

Auctions, Market Experiments and Public Policy

Interview  -  Bart Wilson, Stephen Rassenti, Vernon L. Smith

A discussion with Professors Vernon L. Smith, Stephen Rassenti and Bart Wilson