It sounds like a truism, but the economy works best when there is price stability — when inflation is low, stable and predictable. This is because people and businesses are better able to plan how they save, spend and invest, which are needed to help the economy to grow.

Even when global markets are increasingly volatile and economies fluctuate, Singapore’s monetary-policy framework continues to remain effective in maintaining price stability here. 

By now, dire prognostications about the economic impact of Covid-19 have been repeated so widely and often that the world is already braced for a tough road ahead.

The global pandemic caused by the Covid-19 virus has impacted all aspects of global supply chains; from the supply of raw materials and the availability of labour to the transp

The year began with the phase one signing of a trade deal between the U.S. and China. However, détente between the superpowers might only be temporary. With the U.S.

Associate Professor Holly Yang from SMU’s School of Accountancy has researched on the role of individual managers in corporate disclosure and determinants of firms’ voluntary disclosure decisions.
Professor Chow Hwee Kwan from SMU's School of Economics shares key findings of her research on the growing financial linkages in the region, and how it enhances the understanding of the interactions among national stock markets.
Associate Professor Onur Boyabatli from SMU’s Lee Kong Chian School of Business offers his insights into a joint pioneering study on the economic and environmental implications of biomass commercialisation in the agricultural processing industries.
SMU Industry Leaders Virtual Dialogue featuring Dr Victor Fung, Group Chairman of Fung Group and Chair of SMU International Advisory Council (IAC) China.