The Political Economy of a City-state Revisited
The book gives an insight of how Singapore is 'government-made' in its growth and development. It uses a political economy approach to analyse how a small, open city-state, through market-supporting public policies, has managed to overcome many economic and socio-political odds.
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Budgetary and Macroeconomic Policy in a CityState
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Asia Asian assets balance banks budget capital cent Chapter China city-state companies competition corporate costs countries culture currency democracy developmental domestic economic growth Edusave effect efficiency employment entrepreneurs exchange rate expenditure external fiscal sustainability funds GLCs global Goh Chok Tong Goh Keng Swee government-made government's groups Ho Ching Hong Kong housing income industrial information communication technology infrastructure innovation institutions issues labor Lee Hsien Loong Lee Kuan Yew macroeconomic Malaysia Medisave million Minister Lee MNCs monetary official reserves PAP government political economy Prime Minister private sector productivity public sector regional reinvention restructuring revenue scheme Senior Minister shareholders Singapore dollar Singapore Inc Singapore's Singaporeans Singtel social society socio-political stability statutory boards Straits strategy surplus Suzhou Suzhou Industrial Park Table Temasek trade workers