Covid-19 has left its indelible effects on the global economy, the environment and our people. As we prepare ourselves to live with the pandemic for the long haul, what are some ways to mitigate its fallouts as a society?
Instead of focusing on a single area of specialisation as do most PhD students, SMU School of Economics PhD student Bian Xueying took up the challenge of embarking on a multidisciplinary research in a bid to solve real-world issues.
Singapore’s local cuisine is the outcome of different food traditions intermingling through trade and cultural exchange. As what the world eats becomes increasingly globalised, Prof Lily Kong argues that the best way to keep Singaporean food ... Read More
Economists have long been concerned about the widening inequality gap between the wealthiest few per cent and the rest of society, but could the digital age further shift the balance of wealth?
Talking about death remains one of society’s great taboos. But SMU Senior Lecturer Rosie Ching and her statistics class of over 170 undergraduates have confronted this head-on to create Singapore's first End-of-Life Index.
Think an economics major could only be an economist? It’s time to relook this hot degree, coveted by plenty of forward-thinking employers.