|Assoc Prof Tan Khye Chong |
Division of Economics
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
- PhD University of London, UCL 1979
- Dip.Mathl.Stats. University of Cambridge 1976
- MSocSc Universiti Sains Malaysia 1975
- BSc(Hons) University of Canterbury 1972
|Currently with the Division of Economics. Has held a number of academic posts in Australia, Malaysia and Singapore. His publications include several books and articles in interantional journals. Earlier research interests included: Optimal Control Theory, Environmental Economics (siting of NIMBY facilities; environmental damage schedules; valuation of non-market goods), Statistical Methods (nonparametric methods for heirarchical data; log-eig distribution).
Has also been a consultant to several statutory boards, government ministries and financial institutions.
Has professional qualifications in actuarial science and financial services.
|Population and the economics and mortality aspects of aging.
Happiness studies with reference to life goals and aspirations.
|Research Grant |
- Yip Sau Leung, Tan Khye Chong. (2008). Impacts of Ageing Population on Monetary and Exchange Rate Management in Singapore. Singapore Economic Review, 53(2), 245-259.
- Tan Khye Chong. (2008, April ). Major causes of death and life expectancy in Singapore. Paper presented at Symposium on Health Economics and Health Management, NTU.
- Quah Teong Ewe, Euston, Tan Khye Chong, B T Lim. (2005). Optimal Bail Setting and Social Welfare. The International Review of Law and Economics, .
- Wong Yoke Wai, Uditha Balasooriya, Tan Khye Chong. (2005). A Note on the Future Population of Singapore Residents. Singapore Economic Review, 50(2), 269-280.
- Quah Teong Ewe, Euston, Tan Khye Chong, Edward Choa. (2004, November ). Use of Damage Schedules in Environmental Valuation: The Case of Urban Singapore. Paper presented at 9th Convention of the East Asian Economic Association.