| Singapore Econ. Rev.|
| Malayan Economic Review|
World Scientific (Singapore)
The Singapore Economic Review is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal published by World Scientific. The journal was initially published as the Malayan Economic Review from 1956, which was later renamed the Singapore Economic Review in 1969. It is also the official journal of the Economic Society of Singapore.
The journal was relaunched in 2002, and covers economics in general, with an emphasis on economic issues in Asia. Topics covered include: public policy and economics; developmental issues; the Asian Crisis and China's economic reform; various other interdisciplinary studies and topics are also explored.
Since 2005, the journal has also organized several economic conferences.
The Singapore Economic Review Wikipedia
The journal has seen contributions from the late John Hicks, Sydney Caine, the late H.G. Johnson, Ragnar Nurkse, H.W. Singer, W.M. Corden, Herbert Grubel, J.C.H. Fei, G. Ranis, Henry Wan, E. J. Mishan, Jerome L. Stein, Jack L. Knetsch, Ng Yew-Kwang, Murray Kemp, Karl Shell, and Ronald I. McKinnon.
The journal is abstracted and indexed in the International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, EconLit, and the Social Sciences Citation Index.