Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

Please search below from our database of more than 8,000 Singapore-related publications. Updates with abstracts and additions of new publications are ongoing. To search more effectively, please use the MLA or APA citation style which uses the author’s last name and initials.

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  • 961.
    ”An Analysis of Earnings Differentials in Singapore”
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    Journal of Economic Development, 19.1 (1994): 201-213, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 962.
    ”An Empirical Analysis of the Stochastic Behaviour of Short-Term Interest Rates in Singapore”
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    Asian Economic Journal, 12 (1998): 23-34, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 963.
    ”An Equity Indicator For the Singapore Market”
    Singapore Stock Exchange Journal, (May 1993): 21-23, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 964.
    ”APEC Osaka Summit – Problems and Prospects From Singapore’s Perspective”
    The Asahi Shimbun Daily, (1995), Print
    [ In Japanese ]
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 965.
    ”1990 Singapore Census UN-ESCAP”
    Asia-Pacific Population Journal, 6.3 (1991): 67-79, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 966.
    ”Are Moving Averages Useful in the Singapore Stock?”
    Singapore Stock Exchange Journal, 23.5 (1995): 19-24, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 967.
    ”A Brief Study of Age-Specific Birth Proportions: Japan and Singapore”
    The Malayan Economic Review, XVII.2 (1972): 16-24, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 968.
    ”ASEAN Employment Perspectives: Singapore and Malaysia”
    Asian Thought and Society: An International Review, X.29 (1985): 96-114, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 969.
    ”A Composite Equity Indicator For Singapore”
    Singapore Stock Exchange Journal, (May 1994): 24-26, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
  • 970.
    ”Assessing Singapore’s Export Competitiveness Through Dynamic Shift-Share Analysis”
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    Asean Economic Bulletin, 22.2 (2005):160-185, Print
    Faculty Department : Economics
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