Economic Society of Singapore


Why cost-benefit analysis is useful for regulatory reform (by Prof Euston Quah)

The Value of Unpaid Housework (by Prof Euston Quah)

Recycling can be too much of a good thing

What does economics have to do with the environment? By Professor Euston Quah

Two JC teachers win Outstanding Economics Teacher awards

National Day Awardees 2017 (Council Members: Col Chng Ho Kiat, Ms Jeanne Cheng and Ms Quah Ley Hoon)

Economic Society of Singapore Annual Dinner with Minister for Finance, Mr Heng Swee Keat as Guest of Honour 2 August 2017

Decisive action helped turn Ireland’s fate around (Co-organised by ESS and Embassy of Ireland)

Carbon tax ‘likely to have greater impact on large businesses’, Singapore News & Top Stories

The Big Read: After raising legal smoking age, what next? Iceland may offer answer


Outstanding Economics Teacher Award 2016


Pollution Controls as Infrastructure Investment

Euston Quah and Joergen Oerstroem Moeller


Economics and Society


When the haze doesn’t go away

Euston Quah and Tan Tsiat Siong


Debate policies, not whether this is best or worst of times

Walter Edgar Theseira


The good that can come from Paris

There is sufficient ground support to expect that the Paris Accord can tackle climate change effectively.

Euston Quah and Christabelle Soh


An interview with David Lee Kuo Chuen

Singapore Management University’s Professor of Quantitative Finance (Practice) speaks with FST Media about how digital currencies will shape the payments space in 2020


Look beyond market value in preserving green spaces

Euston Quah and Nicolas Neo


Singapore Budget 2015: Economists detect further shift to the left in national policy

Marissa Lee


Budget 2015: In deficit, yet very prudent at heart

Donald Low


Focus on welfare, not wages, of foreign workers

Donald Low


THE LONG INTERVIEW YEOH LAM KEONG – Are we ready for the future?

Susan Long


IT Figures S4-Toggle (Focused on Prof Quah and his Work)