PDLS Speaker

 

 
Home           |   SPEAKERS                 |  About

"Those who think money can't buy happiness just don't know where to shop."

> Read more

The Future of The European Economy

> Read more

Leadership in a Networked World

> Read more

Contemporary Global Economy through the Eyes of Asia

> Read more

The Origins of Political Order

> Read more

Grounding Management as a Fundamental Discipline

> Read more

World’s second biggest economy

> Read more

Winning in Emerging Markets:

A Roadmap for Strategy and Execution.
> Read more

The New Story of Indonesia

> Read more

Run of The Red Queen

China's Challenge to Stay at the Frontier of Global Technology.
> Read more

Garuda Rising, Black Swan Waiting:

Economic and Political Futures of Indonesia
> Read more

Swimming Against the Current:

Challenges on the Way to Scientific Discovery
> Read more

Governing for Sustainability :

A Hungarian Perspective on Climate Change, Environment and Responsibility for Future Generations
> Read more

Challenges and Opportunities for Asian Research Universities

Read more

Emerging Democracies and Economies of Eastern Europe:

A Case Study on Yugoslavia and Hungary
> Read more

Diffusion of Innovation:

How to Achieve Rapid Take-off
> Read more

Corporate Social Responsibility:

Creating Value
> Read more

Islam, Human Rights and Secularism

 
> Read more

Presidential Distinguished Lecturer Series | SMU

Speakers invited to the Singapore Management University for the Presidential Distinguished Lecturer Series are internationally eminent and outstanding academics, scholars or business leaders who have achieved distinction in their respective fields. The purpose of the lecture series is to stimulate discussions among students, faculty and staff about matters of interest and importance in order to develop more fully the intellectual community of SMU.

> Read More

15 January 2015:
Jonathan Haidt

Singapore has recently become one of the richest countries in the world. But the recent National Workplace Happiness Survey 2014 found that Singapore's overall workplace happiness index falls within the band of "Under Happy", between "Unhappy" and "Happy". Is this due to the income inequality which is increasingly becoming a concern in our nation?

> Read More


HOME | SPEAKERS | ABOUT | Contact Us

Terms of use | Privacy Statement © Copyright 2012 Singapore Management University. All Rights Reserved