Issues of The Review
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A contemporary evaluation of the Progressive Wage Model
In this opinion piece, Shaharaj Ahmed ('23) argues that the Progressive Wage Model is flawed on several premises.
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No More Corporal Punishment
In this op-ed, Nicole Eng Wei Quah (’21), Celine Lee Ka Leen (’24), and Seow Wei-Ming Luke (’24) argue for the corporal punishment to be banned in Singaporean schools, given little evidence for its benefits and ample literature on its negative consequences.
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Accessing Housing in a Meritocratic Society: A Single Mother’s Reality
This op-ed is an extension of the policy memo "WeCARE: Expanding childcare awareness to facilitate employment for single mothers".
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Fostering Entrepreneurship from a Young Age
This op-ed is an extension of the policy memo "Budding Entrepreneurs from a Young Age".
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Silver Support Scheme for More
In this policy memo, Aamir Bana ('24), Kelly Hui ('24), and Matthew Ling ('24) explain how the elderly in Singapore can be guaranteed basic living standards through a non-discriminatory Silver Support top-up scheme.
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Budding Entrepreneurs from a Young Age
In this policy memo, Choo Wai Keat ('24), Dineshram Sukumar ('24), Htet Myet Min Tun ('24), Sean Low ('24), Thimali Bandara ('24), and Zen Alexander Goh ('23) explore how a lack of pre-university entrepreneurship education results in Singaporeans' perception of themselves as unentrepreneurial despite Singapore's high international rankings on innovation, and propose that the government build a secondary school-level nationwide network for students to nurture their entrepreneurial interests, exchange ideas, and attain mentorship from entrepreneurs and industry experts.
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