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Past Book Chapters

2013
 
Chang, Youngho, and Li Yan-fei. 2013. “Rapid Growth at What Cost? Impact of Energy Efficiency Policies in Developing Economies.” In Energy Efficiency: Towards The End of Electricity Demand Growth, ed. Fereidoon P. Sioshansi, 227-250. USA: Academic Press.  
 
Chang, Youngho, and Li Yan-fei. 2013. “Towards an Integrated Asia-Pacific Natural Gas Market.” In Energy Market Integration in East Asia: Deepening Understanding and Moving Forward, ed. Yanrui Wu, Fukunari Kimura, and Xunpeng Shi, 163-187. Routledge.
 
Chia, Wai-Mun, and Li Yan-fei. 2013. “Information and Communication Technology and Economic Growth of Four Asian Industralized Economies.” In Clusters and Economic Growth in Asia, ed. Sören Eriksson, 21-39. UK: Edward Elgar.
 
Chang, Youngho, and Li Yan-fei. 2013. “The Singapore Electricity Market: From Partial to Full Competition.” In Evolution of Global Electricity Markets: New paradigms, New Challenges, New Approaches, ed. Fereidoon P. Sioshansi, 739 – 756. USA: Academic Press. 
 
Ng, Yew Kwang. 2013. “Utility measurement.” In The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Utilitarianism, ed. James E. Crimmins. London & New York: Bloomsbury Academic.
 
Ng, Yew Kwang. 2013. “Interpersonal utility.” In The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Utilitarianism, ed. James E. Crimmins. London & New York: Bloomsbury Academic.
 
Ng, Yew Kwang. 2013. “Expected utility hypothesis.” In The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Utilitarianism, ed. James E. Crimmins. London & New York: Bloomsbury Academic.
 
Ng, Yew Kwang. 2013. “Number-dampened utilitarianism.” In The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Utilitarianism, ed. James E. Crimmins. London & New York: Bloomsbury Academic.
 
 
2012
 
Chang, Youngho, and Euston Quah. 2012. “Population and the Environment: Discussions on the Implications of a Large Population.” In CSC-IPS The Population Conundrum, Roundtable on Singapore's Demographic Challenges, ed. Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and Institute of Policy Studies.
 
Chang, Youngho, and Yao L. 2012. “Energy and the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS): Cooperation, Competition and Development.” In Dealing with Energy Vulnerabilities: Case Studies of Cooperation and Collaboration in East Asia, ed. Mely Caballero-Anthony and Daojiong Zha, 150 – 170. Routledge.
 
Chang, Youngho, and Koh C. 2012. “Rethinking Market Governance and Energy Security.” In Energy and Non-Traditional Security (NTS) in Asia, ed. Mely Caballero-Anthony, Youngho Chang and Nur Azha Putra, 13 – 30. Springer.
 
Chang, Youngho, and Yao L. 2012. “Energy Security and Climate Change in ASEAN: Implications and Policies.” In Energy and Non-Traditional Security (NTS) in Asia, ed. Mely Caballero-Anthony, Youngho Chang and Nur Azha Putra, 31– 46. Springer.
 
Chang, Youngho, and Azha N. 2012. “The Non-traditional Security (NTS) Perspective on Energy Security Policies in Singapore.” In Rethinking Energy Security in Asia: A Non-Traditional View of Human Security, ed. Mely Caballero-Anthony, Youngho Chang and Nur Azha Putra, 37-58.  Springer. 
 
Chang, Youngho, Basrur R., and Koh C. 2012. “Post-Fukushima: Whither Nuclear Energy?.” In Nuclear Power and Energy Security, ed. Rajesh Basrur and Koh Swee Lean Collin, 194-202. Routledge.
 
Chia, Wai-Mun, and Euston Quah.2012. “Economic Cost of Air Pollution in Singapore.” In The Globalization of Cost-Benefit Analysis in Environmental Policy, ed.  Michael A Livermore and Richard L Revesz. USA: Oxford University Press.
 
Chia, Wai-Mun, and M.L.Li. 2012. “Malaysia Economic Outlook.” In Regional Outlook – Southeast Asia 2012-2013, ed. Michael J Montesano, Lee Poh Onn, 145-156. Singpaore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
 
Sng, Hui-Ying. 2012. “Economic Outlook of Singapore, 2012-2013.” In Regional Outlook: Southeast Asia 2012-2013, ed. Michael J Montesano, Lee Poh Onn, 177-184. Singpaore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
 
Tan, Kong Yam. 2012. “China: State Owned Enterprise Reform and Improving the Livelihood of the People.” In Overcoming Obstacles and Improving People's Livelihood: Challenges in China's Next Stage of Economic Reform, ed. Tan Kong Yam and Chen Kang. 
 
 
2011
 
Chew, Rosalind. Economics of Training: Market Failure and Government Intervention. Crisis Management and Public Policy: Singapore's  Approach to Economic Resilience. (pp. 109-120)

Chew Soon Beng (with Linda Tan). Healthcare: Containing Costs without Compromising Quality. Crisis Management and Public Policy: Singapore's Approach to Economic Resilience. (pp. 81-107)

Ho Kong Weng. Growth , Opportunity, and Inequality: Some Empirics from Singapore. Singapore Economy in 2010: Competitiveness, Productivity and Other Economic Issues. (pp. 1-15)

Lim Chong Yah.  Chapter 1. The National Wages Council (NWC) and Macroeconomic Management in Singapore. Crisis Management and Public Policy: Singapore's Approach to Economic Resilience. (pp. 3-17)

Lim Chong Yah. Chapter 2. Unpreparedness in the Great Recession. Crisis Management and Public Policy: Singapore' s Approach to Economic Resilience. (pp. 19-34)

Lim Chong Yah. Chapter 4. A Case for Selective Capital Control. Crisis Management and Public Policy: Singapore' s Approach to Economic Resilience. (pp. 51-62)

Riyanto, Yohanes Eko (with Silvia M. Arlini ). Economic Crisis and Fiscal Policy Management. The Indonesian Economy: Entering a New Era.

Tan, Kim Heng. Why are Financial Crises so Costly? Crisis Management and Public Policy: Singapore' s Approach to Economic Resilience. (pp. 35-49)

Walter Theseira (with Tan Di Song). Are Fines Compatible With Building a Truly Fine Country? Crisis Management and Public Policy: Singapore' s Approach to Economic Resilience. Singapore: World Scientific.


2010

Chew Soon Beng (with Linda Tan). Healthcare: Containing Costs without Compromising Quality. Singapore Economy: Competitiveness, Productivity and Other Economic Issues, World Scientific.

Chew Soon Beng (with Rosalind Chew). Citizen-Government Partnership for Social Equity: How It Strengthened with the Global Crisis. Peter Wilson(Ed), Challenges for the Singapore Economy after the Global Financial Crisis. Singapore: World Scientific.

Chew Soon Beng (with Rosalind Chew). The Current Productivity Drive in Singapore: Challenges for Labour Market Policies. Peter Wilson (Ed), Challenges for the Singapore Economy after the Global Financial Crisis. Singapore: World Scientific.

Jinjarak, Yothin. Impacts of Global Recession on Wage in Singapore. Aris Ananta and Richard Barichello (eds.),Poverty, Food, and Global Recession in Southeast Asia.  Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Huang Weihong. Issues on the Strategy-Switching Dynamics. Chiarella, Bischi and Gardini (eds.), Nonlinear Dynamics in Economics, Finance and Social Sciences, Springer Verlag.

Quah, Euston (with W.M. Chia and H.Y. Sng). What Is Human Life Worth? H.Y. Sng and W.M. Chia (eds), Singapore and Asia: Impact of the Global Financial Tsunami and other Economic Issues. Singapore: World Scientific.

Reisman, David.  Health Tourism: Social Welfare Through International Trade, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 198 

2009

Adireksombak, Kampon. Workfare, Not Welfare: An Exploration on International Experiences and Policy Implications for Singapore. W. M. Chia & H. Y. Sng (eds.), Singapore and Asia: Impact of the Global Financial Tsunami and other Economic Issues. Singapore: World Scientific. 

Chang Youngho. The Economics of Energy Security. Virendra Gupta, Chong Guan Kwa, Bhupendra Kumar Singh, Alvin Chew and Youngho Chang (eds.), Energy Security: Asia-Pacific Perspectives. New Delhi: Manas Publications.

Chang Youngho. Global Economic Crisis and Energy Security: Integrated Energy Market. W. M. Chia & H. Y. Sng (eds.),Singapore and Asia: Impact of the Global Financial Tsunami and other Economic Issues. Singapore: World Scientific.

Chang Youngho (with Jiesheng Tan). Energy and Climate Change: Towards Sustainable Development. Christopher Len and Alvin Chew (eds.), Energy and Security Cooperation in Asia: Challenges and Prospects. Stockholm-Nacka: Institute for Security and Development Policy. 

Chang Youngho. The Problems and Prospects of an Integrated Regional Energy Market. In See Seng Tan (ed.),Collaboration under Anarchy: Functional Regionalism and the Security of East Asia. RSIS Monograph No. 15, Singapore: S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies.

Chew, Rosalind. Global Financial Tsunami: Can the Industrial Relations Mechanism Save Singapore This Time Around? W. M. Chia & H. Y. Sng (ed.), Singapore and Asia: Impact of the Global Financial Tsunami and Other Economic Issues.Singapore: World Scientific. 

Chew Soon Beng (with Rosalind Chew). Employability Approach to Financing Old Age. Evi Nurvidya Arifin and Aris Ananta (eds.), Older Persons in Southeast Asia An Emerging Asset. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. 

Chew Soon Beng (with Rosalind Chew). Managing Labour For Competitiveness in Southeast Asia. Helen E S Nesadurai and Soedradjad Djiwandono (eds.), Southeast Asia in the Global Economy: Securing Competitiveness and Social Protection. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies. 

Chia Wai Mun (with Y. Zhang and B. Yang). Asia‘s Role in the Global Economy and the International Financial System. W.M. Chia and H.Y. Sng (eds), Singapore and Asia in a Globalized World. Singapore: World Scientific.

Choy Keen Meng (with Tilak Abeysinghe). Inflation, Exchange Rate and the Singapore Economy: A Policy Simulation. Chia Wai Mun and Sng Hui Ying (eds.), Singapore and Asia in a Globalised World. Singapore: World Scientific.

Choy Keen Meng (with Reza Siregar). International Bank Lending to Indonesia and Thailand: The Roles of Financial Risk, Bureaucratic Quality and Legal System. Strengthening Financial Markets in East Asia. Routledge.

Choy Keen Meng. Singapore's Changing Economic Model. Management of Success Revisited: A Critical Survey of Modern Singapore. Singapore: ISEAS.

Ho Kong Weng. The Management of Singapore Revisited: A Critical Survey of Modern Singapore. Social Mobility in Singapore. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Huang Weihong. On complete Chaotic Systems That Preserve Absolutely Continuous Invariant Densities. opics on Chaotic Systems: Selected Papers from CHAOS 2008 International Conference. Singapore: World Scientific: 166-173. 

Liu Yunhua. ASEAN and China: Managing Competition and Exploring Complementarities. In Helen E S Nesadurai and Soedradjad Djiwandono (eds.) Southeast Asia in the Global Economy: Securing Competitiveness and Social Protection.Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies.

Reisman, David. Social Policy in an Ageing Society: Old Age and Health Care in Singapore, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar,( pp. 307).

Sakellariou, Chris (with Harry Patrinos). Returns To Schooling And Vouchers In Chile. F. Barrera-Osorio, Harry Patrinos and Quentin Wodon (eds.) Emerging Evidence On Vouchers And Faith-Based Providers In Education. Washington, D.C: The World Bank. 

Sakellariou, Chris. Child Labor And Schooling In The Philippines: Evidence From A Large Nationwide Survey. H.D. Hindman (ed.), The World Of Child Labor: A Historical And Regional Survey. New York: M. E. Sharp.
Teo, Ernie. Is the Environment a Game? Game Theoretical Analysis of the Kyoto Protocol. W. M. Chia & H. Y. Sng (ed.), Singapore and Asia: Impact of the Global Financial Tsunami and Other Economic Issues. Singapore: World Scientific.