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When science helps governments manage risk and innovation

Robust scientific evidence can help governments deal with threats and get the most out of new technologies, says UK Government Chief Scientific Advisor Sir Mark Walport.

 

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From household trash to policy treasure

A new measure of household responsiveness to public information campaigns, co-developed by SMU researchers, could help policy-makers make better decisions.

 

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Partnering against poverty

Collaborations between businesses, governments and civil society organisations – if done right – could lift the world’s most destitute out of poverty, says Professor Ann Florini of the SMU School of Social Sciences.

 

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When the switch flips on electricity prices

When it comes to renewable energy, a detailed understanding of how negative electricity prices drive economic incentives can help policy-makers and energy merchants alike make better decisions, says SMU Assistant Professor Helen Yangfang Zhou.

 

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Greening the supply chain one business model at a time

Making the global supply chain more sustainable requires a fundamental re-evaluation of how companies do business, says SMU Assistant Professor Buket Avci.

 

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The economics of ageing well

What can be done to help older Singaporeans live better? SMU's Centre for Research on the Economics of Ageing (CREA) aims to find out.

 

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Accountancy

Unveiling informal business networks

SMU Associate Professor Zang Yoonseok

Business

When the switch flips on electricity prices

SMU Assistant Professor Helen Yangfang Zhou

Economics

The economics of ageing well

CREA's Health Roundtable Discussion

Law

It’s not always about the money

SMU Associate Professor Gary Chan

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Partnering against poverty

SMU Professor Ann Florini

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