Research at the SMU School of Law aims to help businesses in Asia translate intellectual property rights into innovation and economic gains.
Data-driven decision making has the potential to revolutionise governance, say experts gathered in Singapore for the Workshop on Analytics for Business, Consumer and Social...
SMU Associate Professor Ho Kong Weng studies the driving forces and trends underlying socioeconomic mobility in Singapore.
Minority investors need to be protected through better information and corporate governance, says SMU Associate Professor Wang Jiwei.
SMU Assistant Professor Ijlal Naqvi studies Pakistan’s power grid as a lens through which to examine its governance and development.
Research by SMU Associate Professor Lim Chu Yeong investigates the role of financial reporting and risk management in preventing future financial crises.
The Institutional Review Board (IRB) at SMU is a committee designated to review and approve Social, Behavioural and Educational Research (SBER) involving human participants.