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Jamus Lim on ‘free riders’

Jamus Lim on ‘free riders’

A free rider, as defined in economics, is an individual (or group) that reaps the benefits of the actions of others, without paying the cost (or underpaying for it). It is a form of market failure, and characterizes nonexcludable goods (those whose use cannot be restricted). ‪In his opening address to the 14th Parliament,... 

Parliamentary questions for 11th February

Parliamentary questions for 11th February

Leon Pereira Parliament sits again on Monday 11 February. These are some of the questions I have filed for the next sitting: To ask the Minister for Defence: (a) whether any common causative factors can be discerned in the deaths of NSFs and NSmen over the past 18 months, by way of root cause analysis; and (b) whether any systemic... 

Dr Thum’s follow up submission to the Select Committee on Deliberate Online Falsehoods

Dr Thum’s follow up submission to the Select Committee on Deliberate Online Falsehoods

Note: The line numbers refer to the transcript of the hearing. At the invitation of Mr Shanmugam (lines 1049–1065, 1808, 5591), I am submitting this as a follow up to my hearing to be entered into the record, to address points raised which I was unable to fully address during the hearing. This includes clarification of points... 



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