Bernard Yeung

Bernard Yeung is an economist and a former Dean of NUS Business School in Singapore (June 2008-May 2019)
Bernard Yeung
Bernard Yeung is an economist and a former Dean of NUS Business School in Singapore (June 2008-May 2019)

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Opinion | Amid protests and division, Hong Kong must be pragmatic if it is to remain the Pearl of the Orient

Channelling emotions into destructive actions is not the answer – nor are convenient scapegoats. From the crisis, we should seize an opportunity.

12 Aug 2019 - 1:12PM

Channelling emotions into destructive actions is not the answer – nor are convenient scapegoats. From the crisis, we should seize an opportunity.

Amid protests and division, Hong Kong must be pragmatic if it is to remain the Pearl of the Orient
The origins of China's economic ideology

Set forth in the 1891 encyclical Rerum Novarum, corporatism became the most influential ethically motivated intervention into economics in modern history. It still shapes constitutions, laws and attitudes throughout the world.

28 Feb 2013 - 3:37AM

Set forth in the 1891 encyclical Rerum Novarum, corporatism became the most influential ethically motivated intervention into economics in modern history. It still shapes constitutions, laws and attitudes throughout the world.

The origins of China's economic ideology