The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy would like to invite you to participate in “Present(ing) Futures”, an exercise in crowdsourcing futures. “Present(ing) Futures” taps on the wisdom of the crowds to explore different aspects of the Singaporean condition, and to identify the possible, assess the probable, and articulate the preferred futures of the different issues we will have to face as a society.
You are required to contribute your ideas via an essay response to the following question:
“What are the limitations and challenges of Singapore’s economic growth model? And what reforms and transformations do you think are required to overcome those limitations and challenges, particularly in terms of productivity and innovation?”
Visit the following LINK for more details of the competition, along with the terms of conditions, entry form and a case study on productivity. Please feel free to contact Ms Hawyee Auyong (email@example.com) if you have any further queries about the challenge.
Up to five of the most commended essays will be offered a prize of S$2,000 each and could be published in an edited volume by the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.