The Legacy of Lee Kuan Yew is a collection of essays reflecting Singapore’s first Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew’s immense contribution to nation-building and the idea of development, including its various models – from government and statecraft; leadership and governance; to economic development and the management of plural societies. The essays are written by an array of authors who had worked closely with, for, or grew up under Lee Kuan Yew. As thinkers, scholars and researchers across generations, they provide different perspectives on the multifaceted and impressive legacy of Singapore’s first Prime Minister. The insights offered will be of great value in future when scholars studying Singapore in particular, and nation-building in general, look back to assess what made modern Singapore so successful despite being a tiny polyglot nation-state.
Edited Books / Special Issues
Reflections - The Legacy of Lee Kuan Yew. Yang Razali Kassim and Mushahid Ali (Eds.), World Scientific Publishing Company, 2015.
Last updated on 20/01/2016