Title: From Lee Kuan Yew to Goh Chok Tong
Publisher: Singapore: Shing Lee Publishers, 1991.
Call no.: RSING 320.95957 FRO
Documents the transfer of power from Mr Lee Kuan Yew to Mr Goh Chok Tong as Prime Minister. Mr Lee’s nation-building strategy and Mr Goh’s planning of state policies are discussed.
Title: From third world to first: The Singapore story, 1965–2000: Memoirs of Lee Kuan Yew
Author: Lee, K. Y.
Publisher: Singapore: Times Editions: Singapore Press Holdings, 2000.
Call no.: SING 959.57092 LEE-[HIS]
The first part of the book describes the social, economic and political development of Singapore, while the second part deals with foreign relations.
Title: Managing political change in Singapore: The elected presidency
Author: Tan, K., & Lam, P. E.
Publisher: London; New York: Routledge, 1997.
Call no.: RSING 320.95957 MAN
The elected presidency is used as a case study to examine how political change is managed in Singapore. A valuable resource for those studying the recent politics of Singapore.
Title: Singapore: The air-conditioned nation: Essays on the politics of comfort and control, 1990–2000
Author: George, C.
Publisher: Singapore: Landmark Books, 2000.
Call no.: RSING 959.57 GEO-[HIS]
This book is written as a survey of crucial contemporary issues and offers rich analyses and insights about the nature of the Singapore system and the dynamics shaping it. BN:
Title: Singapore in the new millennium: Challenges facing the city-state
Publisher: Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2002.
Call no.: RSING 959.57 SIN-[HIS]
This book contains 10 conference papers pertaining to challenges and issues on Singapore governance.
Title: Singapore places its bets: Casinos, foreign talent, and remaking a city-state
Author: Da Cunha, D.
Publisher: Singapore: Straits Times Press Reference, 2010.
Call no.: RSING 338.95957 DAC
The book sketches out some of the transformative bold changes that have occurred in Singapore society since the late 1990s. It focuses on Singapore's ambitious efforts to re-orient its economy to take on the challenges caused by the competitive pressures of globalisation, and how in the process it has had to "remake" itself.
Title: Singapore politics under the People’s Action Party
Author: Mauzy, D. K.
Publisher: London; New York, N. Y.: Routledge, 2002.
Call no.: RSING 320.95957 MAU
This book provides a comprehensive overview of politics in Singapore since self-governance. The authors examine how this tiny island has developed into a global financial centre and attained economic and social success under the leadership of the People's Action Party, which has governed Singapore since 1959.