InK hits 7 million downloads

InK hits 7 million downloads

InK hits 7 million downloads in March 2023. SMU research is made discoverable and visible to the world through our repository InK.

The top downloaded papers cover the research topics around our strategic priorities of digital transformation, sustainable living and growth in Asia and also the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) like Industry, innovation and infrastructure, Good health and well-being and Responsible consumption and production. The top downloaded papers in the period March 2022 to February 2023 were:

College of Integrative Studies
Ngoei, Wen-Qing. (2019). There and back again: What the Cold War for Southeast Asia can teach us about Sino-US competition in the region today. International Journal [SDG16 Peace, justice and strong institutions]
Chow, Winston T. L. (2017). The impact of weather extremes on urban resilience to hydro-climate hazards: A Singapore case study. International Journal of Water Resources Development[SDG11 Sustainable cities and communities]
Lee Kong Chian School of Business
Joshi, Havovi, Christopher Dula & Philip Zerrillo. (2018). The transformation of Globe Telecom.  Asian Management Insights[SDG9 Industry, innovation and infrastructure]

From The Centre of Management Practice and Lee Kong Chian School of Business
Kniffin, K.M., …, Devasheesh Bhave, …, Nina Sirola, et al. (2021).  COVID-19 and the workplace: Implications, issues, and insights for future research and action. American Psychologist[SDG3 Good health and well-being]
School of Accountancy
Seow, Poh Sun & Gary Pan.(2014). A literature review of the impact of extracurricular activities participation on students' academic performance. Journal of Education for Business.  [SDG4 Quality education]
Cheng, Qiang, Goh Beng Wee & Kim Jae Bum. (2018).  Internal control and operational efficiency. Contemporary Accounting Research[SDG12 Responsible consumption and production]
School of Computing and Information Systems
Cheong, Michelle L.F., Ulysses M. Z. Chong, Anne N. T. A. Nguyen, et al. (2021). Singapore Airlines: Profit recovery and aircraft allocation models during the COVID-19 pandemic. Proceedings of the 11th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management[SDG9 Industry, innovation and infrastructure]
Zou, Weiqin,  David Lo,, et al. (2021). Smart contract development: Challenges and opportunities. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering[SDG9 Industry, innovation and infrastructure]
School of Economics
Chow, Hwee Kwan, & Pei Sai Fan. (2018).  Financial sector in Singapore. Routledge Handbook of Banking and Finance in Asia[SDG8 Decent work and economic growth]
Ho, Kong Weng & Marcus Tan. (2021). Challenges to social mobility in Singapore. The Singapore economy: Dynamism and inclusion.  [DG10 Reduced inequalities]
School of Social Sciences
Donaldson, John A., Catherine J. Smith, Balambigai Balakrishnan. Mumtaz Md Kadir, & Sanushka Mudaliar. (2015).  Elderly population in Singapore: Understanding social, physical and financial needs.  [SDG3 Good health and well-being]

From Lien Centre for Social Innovation and School of Social Sciences
Tan, Jacinth, et al. (2020). The association between objective and subjective socioeconomic standing and subjective well-being: A meta-analysis. Psychological Bulletin.  [SDG3 Good health and well-being]
Yong Pung How School of Law
Goh, Yihan, Lee, Pey Woan, & Tham Chee Ho. , & (2015). Contract law. Singapore Academy of Law Annual Review of Singapore Cases.  [SDG16 Peace, justice and strong institutions]
Saw, Cheng Lim, Samuel Chan & Chai Wen Min. (2020). Revisiting the law of confidence in Singapore and a proposal for a new tort of misuse of private information. Singapore Academy of Law Journal[SDG16 Peace, justice and strong institutions]

We thank the faculty for contributing their papers and sharing their research open access on InK. We encourage more faculty to contribute their papers in IRIS and SMU Libraries makes them available inInK