Research Projects

Cultural Values and Successes in Team Sports

Assistant Professor Yam Kai Chi


Intuitively, the culture value of collectivism (rather than individualism) should be beneficial for team cooperation and, as a result, team success....

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Employees’ Work and Non-work Experiences

Assistant Professor Kim Sooyeol


Due to their authority and strategic position at work, leaders are considered important sources of influence to employees’ work-life and their pe....

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Latest Case Studies

AGC Group: Advancing Toward Vision 2025

Assoc Prof Nitin Pangarkar

2 December 2019

In early 2019, Asahi Glass Co., Ltd. (AGC), a diversified Japanese company, was at a critical juncture in its evolution. Three years earlier, AGC h....

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Singapore Post Ltd.: Recurrent Service Failures

Prof Thompson S.H Teo, Mr Jitao Chen (BBA student), Ms Felicia Li Ping Lim (BBA student), Mr Yu Zhen Goh (BBA student), Mr Qian Bing Lim (BBA student), Ms Pei Yi Lee (BBA graduated student), Mr Shi Khin Tan (BBA graduated student), Mr Vanessa Jia Hui Kwa (BBA graduated student)

15 November 2019

For 160 years, Singapore Post had been one of Singapore’s main postal service providers, delivering trusted and reliable postal services to homes....

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In the News

What the partial truce in the US-China trade war means for the global economy, and what comes next
16 January 2020 | CNA

Visiting Senior Fellow Alex Capri comments on the implications of the recently-concluded China-US phase one trade deal.

Digital banks could mean lower costs for consumers
8 January 2020 | The Straits Times

Assoc Prof Lawrence Loh explains that digital banks have a low-cost base, thus savings can be passed on to customers.

Business outlook for 2020
31 December 2019 | The Straits Times

In a commentary, Distinguished Prof Andrew Rose, Low Tuck Kwong Distinguished Professor in Finance Sumit Agarwal, Assoc Prof Lawrence Loh, Visiting Senior Fellow Alex Capri, and Adjunct Assoc Prof Andreas Raharso share their 2020 outlook in the areas of macro economy, financial markets, corporate governance, artificial intelligence and leadership.

Making ‘environment-plus’ the future of conservation

Environmentally concerned citizens should strive to make the environment a part of - and not apart from - any human activity.

No end in sight for Brexit

Boris Johnson's landslide win in the UK election doesn't mean that Brexit will be any easier.

The business outlook for 2020

NUS Business School faculty share their outlook on the macro economy, financial markets, corporate governance, artificial intelligence and leadership.

Securing the nation’s future

Singapore's small size allows it to testbed many initiatives and trial alternatives before making decisions based on evidence.
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