Tag Archives: Lee Kong Chian School of Business

From Fiction to Finance

The seemingly disparate passions for reading and finance from a young age paved the way for Associate Professor Fu Fangjian’s journey in academia.

We’re Not Talking About E-Waste Enough; and That’s a Problem

Plastic waste has been a widely discussed topic in recent times. But there’s another growing problem that we need to talk about—and that’s e-waste. We speak to SMU Prof Shantanu Bhattacharya to get some sense of why this is a problem that deserves much more awareness.
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Humour Can Backfire in the Workplace. Here’s Why

Most would assume that humour would have a positive impact in the office when it comes to bonding with fellow employees or superiors—but the opposite may in fact be true. SMU Asst Prof Jared Nai shares what he's discovered in his research.
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The Shared Freshman Voyage between a Parent and Child

It isn't always easy taking on the multitude of challenges that university life throws at you. For Lim Zhi Ying, having the support of her parents to keep her afloat through stormy weathers has been the greatest blessing. She shares her SMU journey with us.
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What Are the Obstacles in Getting Singaporean SMEs to Go Overseas?

Singapore may be wealthy, but given its small and highly competitive domestic market, the only way for SMEs to grow is to expand beyond the island’s borders. What challenges await the ambitious? Dr Tan Wee Liang highlights potential obstacles that SMEs need to prepare for.
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