The National University of Singapore established the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in 2004 with the charge of cultivating and teaching the next group of Asian policymakers and intellectuals.
Their campus has a tactical position in Singapore. It allows students to learn in one of the best public policy laboratories in the world, as well as admitting the wider Asia-Pacific area in a characteristically universal atmosphere.
In the business of higher education that measures the prolonged existence of its most important organizations in decades and centuries, the founding and speedy expansion of the eight-year-old Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKY School), National University of Singapore, is a notable narrative that ought to be told.
The five co-authors, all of whom were drawn in to showing the School through its determining years, offer exclusive viewpoints of key proceedings and the thoughts behind chief results that aided place to the School on its present course.
In addition they also present imminent into the disputes faced along the way besides their own enthusiasm in fitting in a part of this project. Each author gives his thoughts on the tests and chances that possibly will appear for the LKY School in years to come.