Unintended Consequences

I attended a fascinating conference recently on “Unintended Consequences” run by Singapore Management University which, among other things, looked at what’s made Singapore successful but what now needs to change.


A robust legal and business framework, strong sources of humans capital and high quality technical infrastructure had all contributed to Singapore’s economic success and potential for greater innovation.

However greater risk taking, embedding an innovative culture and securing new market access are three of the great opportunities if the country wants to really accelerate this.

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