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A Mandarin and the Making of Public Policy: Reflections
by Tong Dow Ngiam
edited and translated by Simon Tay
National University of Singapore Press, 2001
Paper: 978-9971-69-350-3
Library of Congress Classification JQ1063.A56P648 2006

ABOUT THIS BOOK
ABOUT THIS BOOK
Singapore's success story has increasingly been recognised but few have told it from the perspective of an insider. As a senior civil servant and "mandarin" from 1959 to 1999, Ngiam Tong Dow served with the founding generation of political leaders and contributed to the country's economic growth. In this book, he reflects on these experiences, sharing personal anecdotes and perceptive insights of Singapore's early decades. He also boldly questions some of the policies of government and emerging trends in the country to suggest how Singapore must change to survive and thrive in the future.

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