Think tank

Asia Competitiveness Institute

Asia Competitiveness Institute ‒ ACI

Singapore, Singapore

The Asia Competitiveness Institute (ACI) was established in August 2006 as a research centre at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP), National University of Singapore (NUS). It aims to build the intellectual leadership and network for understanding and developing competitiveness in the Asia region. ACI seeks to contribute to the enhancement of inclusive growth, living standards and institutional governance through competitiveness research on sub-national economies in Asia.

Contact details

Website:
https://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/aci

Address:
Asia Competitiveness Institute, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, 18 Evans Road, Singapore 259364

Country:
Singapore

Sub-region:
South-Eastern Asia

Areas of focus

Geographics of focus
Southeast Asia
Operating languages
Chinese , English

Organisation details

Business model
University institute/center
Institutional affiliations
University
Year founded
2006
Age (years)
Asia Competitiveness Institute
 16
Singapore average
 25
Global average
 31
Founded by
Founders: Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP), National University of Singapore (NUS)
Founder gender: Other entities
Leadership
Leader(s) (2021): Paul Cheung (Director)
Leader gender: Male
Staff size
2021
Asia Competitiveness Institute
 30
Singapore average
 47
Global average
 89
% Female staff
2021
Asia Competitiveness Institute
 43%
Singapore average
 42%
Global average
 48%

Organisational performance

Publications
2020
Asia Competitiveness Institute
 29
Singapore average
 105
Global average
 34
2019
Asia Competitiveness Institute
 47

Social

Followers (2019)
Asia Competitiveness Institute
 10,353
Singapore average
 46,184
Global average
 6,399

Data notes

Last updated: 08/06/2021
Rating of data accuracy (find out more): Authenticated
Data sources consulted: Organisation´s website
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