Singapore-The Problem of Plenty
» Economics Case Studies
Another challenge is to encourage entrepreneurship in a country where most people are affluent. The case can be used to trigger a classroom discussion on the links between economic development, free trade and foreign investment.
Country case study of Singapore, Changi International Airport, Asian Tiger, Lee Kuan Yew, Goh Chok Tong, Economic policies in Singapore, Financial system in Singapore, Investment incentives in Singapore, World's third busiest port, World's third largest oil refining centre, Development Bank of Singapore, Foreign investments in Singapore, Macroeconomics, Government linked companies, Monetary Authority of Singapore
Case Studies Links:-
Short Case Studies,
Simplified Case Studies.
Other Case Studies:- Multimedia Case Studies, Cases in Other Languages.
Business Reports Link:- Business Reports.
Books:- Textbooks, Work Books, Case Study Volumes.
|Business Environment||Business Ethics||Business Reports||Business Strategy|
|Corporate Governance||Economics||Enterprise Risk Management||Finance|
|HRM||Innovation||Insurance||IT and Systems|
|Leadership and Entrepreneurship||Marketing||Miscellaneous||Operations|
|Project Management||Short Case Studies||Cases in other Languages||Free Case Studies|