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Bibliography of Singapore

This page includes books about Singapore.

  • Koninck, Rodolphe de; Drolet, Julie; Girard, Marc (2008). Singapore: An Atlas of Perpetual Territorial Transformation. NUS Press.  
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  • Frost, Mark Ravinder; Balasingamchow, Yu-Mei (19 February 2013). Singapore: A Biography. Editions Didier Millet.  
  • Hutton, Wendy (2007). Singapore Food. Marshall Cavendish.  
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  • Rau, Dana Meachen (2004). Singapore. Marshall Cavendish.  
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  • Chong, Terence (2011). The Theatre and the State in Singapore: Orthodoxy and Resistance. Routledge.  
  • Ebrahim, Naleeza; Yee, Yaw Yan (2006). Singapore. Marshall Cavendish.  
  • Eng, Lai Ah (2008). Religious Diversity in Singapore. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.  
  • Perry, Martin; Kong, Lily; Yeoh, Brenda S. A. (1997). Singapore: a developmental city state. Wiley.  
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  • Quah, Jon S. T. (2010). Public Administration Singapore-style. Emerald Group Publishing.  
  • Chua, Beng-Huat (1997). Communitarian Ideology and Democracy in Singapore. Psychology Press.  
  • Huff, W. G. (13 August 1997). The Economic Growth of Singapore: Trade and Development in the Twentieth Century. Cambridge University Press.  
  • Ng, Peter K. L.; Corlett, Richard; Tan, Hugh T. W. (2011). Singapore Biodiversity: An Encyclopedia of the Natural Environment and Sustainable Development. Editions Didier Millet.  
  • Afendras, Evangelos A.; Kuo, Eddie C. Y. (1980). Language and Society in Singapore. NUS Press.  
  • Barr, Michael D.; Skrbiš, Zlatko (2008). Constructing Singapore: Elitism, Ethnicity and the Nation-building Project. NIAS Press.  
  • Lim, Peter H. L. (2009). Chronicle of Singapore, 1959-2009: Fifty Years of Headline News. Editions Didier Millet.  
  • George, Cherian (2000). Singapore: The Air-conditioned Nation : Essays on the Politics of Comfort and Control, 1990-2000. Landmark Books.  
  • Chia, Lin Sien (1991). The Biophysical Environment of Singapore. NUS Press.  
  • Abshire, Jean (21 March 2011). The History of Singapore. ABC-CLIO.  
  • Yeoh, Brenda S. A. (January 2003). Contesting Space in Colonial Singapore: Power Relations and the Urban Built Environment. NUS Press.  
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  • Heng, Derek Thiam Soon; Aljunied, Syed Muhd. Khairudin (2009). Reframing Singapore: Memory, Identity, Trans-regionalism. Amsterdam University Press.  
  • Tan, Kenneth Paul (2008). Cinema and Television in Singapore: Resistance in One Dimension. BRILL.  
  • Das, Sanchita Basu (3 August 2010). Road to Recovery: Singapore's Journey Through the Global Crisis. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.  
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