|Assoc Prof Tan Kim Heng |
Division of Economics
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
- PhD University of Sydney 1991
- MCom University of New South Wales 1984
- BE University of Adelaide 1972
|Tan Kim Heng is currently with the Division of Economics, School of Humanities & Social Sciences. He obtained his Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Adelaide, Master of Commerce from the University of New South Wales and PhD in Economics from the University of Sydney. He wrote his PhD thesis, "Public Policies in Dynamic Open Economies", under the supervision of Professor Alan Woodland. He taught economics at the University of New South Wales and Macquarie University in Australia before joining Nanyang Technological University. |
|His research interests are in the theoretical foundations of fiscal and monetary policies.|
- Tan Kim Heng. (2008). Far Eastern and South Asian Meeting of the Econometric Society July 2008, Singapore.: Tobin and Anti-Tobin Effects and the Inflation Regime: A Unified Treatment.
- Tan Kim Heng. (2007). Expansionary Fiscal Contraction: Government Spending Financed by Money Seigniorage. Singapore Economic Review, 52(2), 179-189.
- Tan Kim Heng. (2004). Expansionary Fiscal Contraction: Government Spending Financed by Lump-Sum Taxes. Singapore Economic Review, 49(2), 225-232.
- Tan Kim Heng. (2001). Money, Inflation and Capital Accumulation. Singapore Economic Review, 46(2), 179-193.
- Tan Kim Heng. (1999). Public Capital and Crowding In. Singapore Economic Review, 42(2), 1-10.