Issues of The Review
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As part of the Virtual Policy Deep-Dive 2020, Heather Cheng Hoi Yeuk, Ng Jun Jie, and Lim Tian Jiao of the Economic Development and Inclusion Policy Centre talk to Tan Ern Ser, Associate Professor of Sociology at the National University of Singapore, and Manu Bhaskaran, Chief Executive Officer and Director of Centennial Asia Advisors, to explore how policy improvements can be made to better prepare Singapore for the fourth industrial revolution.
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As part of the Virtual Policy Deep-Dive 2020, the Economic Development and Inclusion Policy Centre presents primer infographics on Industry 4.0 and its implications on Singapore's economic development and inclusion.
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Benjamin Yang discusses the role of energy transition in addressing environmental racism through two cases of renewable energy development projects in Taiwan.
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Ng Qi Siang discusses how rising tensions between the United States and Iran may end up inadvertently falling into a mutually-damaging state of open conflict if cooler heads do not prevail.
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Cedric Choo, Tamara Barsova, Benjamin Pei-Wei Yang, and Vivien Su explores how Singapore can adopt lab-grown meat to address global food supply challenges caused by climate change.
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In this essay, Ng Yi Ming, Ng Qi Siang, and Heather Cheng Hoi Yeuk of the Economic Development and Inclusion Policy Centre propose a new credit scheme for low-income students in pre-tertiary schooling to tackle unequal private resources available to underprivileged school-goers. This essay is the winning entry of an essay competition held in conjunction with NUS’ U@live forum and was published in TODAY newspaper on 28 March 2019.