Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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  • 5981.
    ”Paths to Success: Individual-and-Social-Oriented Achievement Motivation in Singapore”
    Journal of Psychology In Chinese Societies (Special Issue on Chinese Achievement and Achievement Motivation), 1.2 (2001): 39-64, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 5982.
    Journal of Aging Studies, 15.2 (2001): 127-144, Print
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 5983.
    Urban Geography, 25.5 (2004): 413-436, Print
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 5984.
    Ageing and Society, 17.6 (1997): 649-672, Print
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 5985.
    ”Oil Price Fluctuations and Singapore Economy”
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    Energy Policy, 31.11 (Sept 2003): 1151-1165, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 5986.
    ”Nuptiality Patterns in Singapore: 1980-1995″
    Population Studies: A Journal of Demography, (2000), Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 5987.
    ”Non-Monotonic Relationship Between Human Capital and Unemployment: An Exploratory Study With Empirical Evidence On Singapore”
    Applied Economics Letters, (2005), Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 5988.
    ”Nine Months: Women’s Agency and the Pregnant Body in Singapore”
    Gender Politics in the Asia-Pacific Region, Eds. B.S.A. Yeoh, P.C.C. Teo and S. Huang, London: Routledge, 2002, 17-40, Print
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 5989.
    Environment and Planning A, 38.1 (2006): 69-83, Print
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 5990.
    ”New Asia-Singapore': A Concoction of Tourism, Place and Image”
    Seductions of Place: Geographical Perspectives on Globalization and Touristed Landscapes, Eds. C. Cartier and A.A. Lew, London and New York: Routledge, 2005, 260-275, Print
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 5991.
    ”Negotiating Cosmopolitanism in Singapore’s Fictional Landscapes”
    Cosmopolitan Urbanism, Eds. J. Binnie, J. Holloway, S. Millington and C. Young, New York: Routledge, 2006, 146-167, Print
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 5992.
    ”Negotiating Conceptions of Sacred Space: A Case Study of Religious Buildings”
    Singapore, Transactions, Institute of British Geographers, New Series, 18.3 (1993): 342-358, Print
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 5993.
    ”Nation, Ethnicity and Identity: Singapore and the Dynamics and Discourses of Chinese Migration”
    The Chinese Diaspora: Space, Place, Mobility and Identity, Eds. L.J.C. Ma and C.L. Cartier, Lanham, MA: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2003, 193-219, Print
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 5994.
    GeoJournal, 65.1&2 (2006): 103-111, Print
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 5995.
    ”Money, Interest Rate, and Stock Prices: New Evidence From Singapore and USA”
    The Singapore Economic Review, 51.1 (2006): 31-52, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 5996.
    ”Money Demand in Singapore Revisited: A Comment With Implications”
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    Asian Economic Journal, 10.3 (1996): 305-318, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 5997.
    ”Monetary and Economic Highlights in Singapore”
    Korea Financial, 12 (1994): 7-17, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 5998.
    ”Model Singapore- Crossing Urban Boundaries”
    International Urban Planning Settings: Lessons of Success, Eds. J. Williams and R.J. Stimson, Oxford: JAI Press, 2001, 87-121, Print
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 5999.
    ”Migration and Social Diversity in Singapore”
    Singapore Perspectives 2007, Ed. T.H. Tan, Singapore: World Scientific, 2007, 47-56, Print
    Faculty Department : Geography
  • 6000.
    ”Mergers and Acquisition in Singapore’s Financial Industry”
    International Review of Business Research Papers, 1.2 (Nov 2005): 22-36, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics