In the latest issue of ASEANFocus by ISEAS, Prof Yeung highlights the current uneven state of development in Southeast Asia, and its implications on human capital development, elderly care, and poverty.
You can read her featured article on p. 12-14.
Join us for our Lunchtime Seminar Series and Workshops!
All talks are free and open to the NUS community and general public. Simple lunch will be provided.
Unless noted otherwise, seminars and workshops are held at 12pm in NUS Kent Ridge Campus.
Joint ISA Conference for RC06 (Family) & RC41 (Population)
Theme: Changing Demography, Changing Families
Date: 17-19 May 2018
Abstract Submission is open until 1 November 2017!
We are offering a second run of the following courses of the
Training Program in Social Sciences from November to December:
❑ Social Research Methods: Survey, Experiment and Fieldwork
❑ Quantitative Data Analysis I with SPSS
❑ Introduction to Qualitative Research
❑ Qualitative Data Analysis: Theory and Practice
Early bird deadline is on October 31.
Training Program Alumni receive an additional 10% discount!
Check our Course Schedule page for more info.
To welcome the beginning of the new semester, A/P Jessica Pan will be speaking on The Mommy Effect: The Impact of Parenthood on Employment and Gender-Role Attitudes on 25 August 2017.
Using panel data from the UK, this seminar looks at how women fail to fully anticipate the effect of motherhood on the labour market.
Join us by indicating your interest here!
Check out other upcoming seminars here.
CFPR is looking for motivated individuals to be part of its SSRC-funded project on Building Human Capacity in Singapore's Population.
We are also looking for Part-time Student Research Assistants in two large-scale research projects led by Prof Catherine Tang, entitled: “Family Dynamics in the Development of Behavioural Addiction in Singaporean Youth” and “Stages of Family in the Making in Singapore from Antenatal to Postnatal Period”.
Visit our Join Us page for more info!