The Singapore Economy Reconsidered

The Singapore Economy Reconsidered
Date of publication:  1990
Publisher:  Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
Number of pages:  230
Code:  BM73

About the publication

This study re-examines some of the issues, challenges and policy options facing the Singapore economy in the light of the 1985-86 recession. Particular attention is paid towards reappraising the role of the government as an entrepreneur in economic activity, in macro-economic management, in savings and investment, and in the labour market. This is done in the context of and alongside an assessment of Singapore's linkages with the global economy and its future comparative advantage in a dynamic international environment.


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