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Making mediation mainstream

SMU Professor Nadja Alexander hopes that mediation will become people’s first recourse when they have a dispute to settle.


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Pushing the boundaries of company law

Existing laws could be refined to better govern the interactions between directors, shareholders and other company stakeholders, says SMU Associate Professor Pearlie Koh.


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Giving credit where it is due

Intellectual property laws strike a balance between incentivising innovation and ensuring that information and freedom of expression are not curtailed, says SMU Associate Professor Saw Cheng Lim.


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When Blockchain & AI Come Together: Possibilities & Impacts

What happens when Blockchain and AI come together? What are the possibilities? What are the impacts?
Join us on 24 January 2018 as our distinguished Speakers share their respective insights on Blockchain, on AI, and on the intersection of the two!


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A sense of purpose

With advanced sensor technology and real-time analytics, researchers at SMU's LiveLabs are turning data from smartphones, wearable devices and the physical environment into powerful insights.


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Building smart cities, brick by digital brick

Alongside concrete, granite and steel, digital technologies have now become an integral part of a city's foundations, said keynote speakers at the 2017 International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management.


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Taxation in the time of technology

SMU-Tax Academy Centre for Excellence in Taxation


Technology and the art of the optimum

SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business Operations Management Group


The face of future employment

SMU Centre for Research on the Economics of Ageing (CREA)

Information Systems

A sense of purpose

SMU LiveLabs Urban Lifestyle Innovation Platform

Social Sciences

A deep dive into water management reform

SMU Assistant Professor Jacob Ricks


Last updated on 31 Jan 2017 .