Dr Linda Low, ASIP
Associate Professor, Singapore University of Social Sciences, SUSS
Linda Low's academic areas of specialisation include public sector economics and public policy; public enterprises and privatisation; social security and retirement, including ageing; health economics; human resources development and manpower policies; international trade and regionalism; international political economy; development economics and macroeconomic public policies related to economies in Asia Pacific, Association of Southeast Asian Nation (ASEAN) and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
Apart from teaching in Singapore universities, she has also taught widely including graduate programmes in the Helsinki School of Economics, University of Limerick, University of Bristol and Ecole Nationale des Pontset Chaussees (Tokyo) and executive programmes for the University of Edinburgh. She is a resource person/guest lecturer for Singapore Civil Service College, Ong Teng Cheong Institute and others in the National Trade Union Congress (NTUC) Learning Hub and other ministries.
Her consultancy work and involvement in many projects and committees in public policy-making are for various ministries, statutory boards and private entities in Singapore. She served as a member in the CPF Board for two terms. Consultancy outside of Singapore include United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Economic & Social Commission for Asia & Pacific (ESCAP), ILO, Asian Development Bank (ADB), ASEAN Secretariat, Commonwealth Secretariat, UK Department of Education and Employment, Economic and Social Research Council of Great Britain and others.