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  • Chia, N.C. & Tsui, A.(2005). Medical Savings Accounts in Singapore: How Much is Adequate? Journal of Health Economics, 24(5):  855-875.
  • Chia, N.C. (2003). Health Care Management in Singapore” Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on Health Economics and Health Management, Kalamata, Greece, 29-31May.
  • Chia, N.C. (2003). Medical Cost Inflation in Singapore: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis. Paper presented at Kyoto University, Japan, Jun.
  • Chia, N.C. (2003). Life Annuities of Compulsory Savings and Income Adequacy of the Elderly in Singapore. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 2(1). March.
  • Chia, N.C. & Tsui, A. (2003). Medical Savings Accounts in Singapore: How Much is Adequate?. Paper presented at the Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, Japan.
  • Chia, N.C. (2002). Health for All: Financing and Delivery Issues” in Koh et.al (ed) Singapore Economy in the 21st Century. McGraw Hill.
  • Chia, N.C. (2002). Life Annuities of Compulsory Savings and Income Adequacy of the Elderly in Singapore. Paper presented at the PS-IPD Conference on Pension Reform in Asia, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, Mar.
  • Chia, N.C. (2002). Major Issues and Challenges in Fiscal Restructuring in Asia. Bulletin for International Fiscal Documentation. Amsterdam:International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation 56(4): 146-154.
  • Chia, N.C. & Phang, S.Y. (2001). Motor Vehicle Taxes as Environmental Instruments: the case of Singapore Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 4: 67-93.
  • Chia, N.C., Tsui, A. & Whalley, J.  (2001). Ownership and Use Taxes as Congestion Correcting Instruments, NBER Working Papers Series, WP8278, May.
  • Chia, N.C. (2000). Public Private Partnership in Healthcare Financing and Healthcare Delivery: the case of Singapore. Paper presented at the Conference on Public Private Partnerships in Health organized by the Asian Development Institute in Ayuttaya, Thailand, 30 Oct. –3 Nov.
  • Chia, N.C. (2000). Trends in Tax Structures and Fiscal Policy Issues in the New Millennium. Asia Pacific Tax Bulletin, Amsterdam: International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation, 6(3/4): 274-289.
  • Chia, N.C. (2000). Using a Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Model to Evaluate the Singapore Tax System In Perry et.al (ed.), Fiscal Reform and Structural Change in Developing Countries Volume 1. Great Britain: Macmillan Press.
  • Chia, N.C., Wahba S. & Whalley, J. (2000). Analyzing the Incidence of Taxes in Cote d'Ivoire. In Bevan D. et al (ed). Trade and Fiscal Adjustment in Africa, Palgrave McMillan.

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