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Engaging Public Officers in a Hybrid Workplace

Opinion  -  Amos Law

The hybrid future of work means more thought and intention must be invested in keeping staff connected and engaged, right from the start.

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.

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.

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.

Fellowships

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Forging strong links with international thought leaders, policy practitioners, and academics.

Knowledge Hub

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

The Asian Financial Crisis in Hindsight

Article  -  Donald Low

The Asian Financial Crisis might well be the first major crisis of globalisation. Donald Low examines its causes and implications ten years on.

Opinion: Singapore's Economic Growth Model: Too Much or Too Little?

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?

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.

Growth with Equity: The Challenge of Income Distribution

Article  -  Kenneth Chan

"…the issue is not how much inequality there is, but how much opportunity there is for the individual to get out of the bottom classes and into the top."– Milton Friedman