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SC Staff Research Publications
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The SC Staff Research Publications are a series of research pieces written by SC staff and published for public consumption. In line with the goals of the SC, the SC Staff Research Publications aim to provide an avenue for SC staff to engage in academic research while building a large repository of knowledge to inform the SC’s future policymaking decisions and spearhead thought leadership in the capital markets.
There are two categories of publications within this series, namely the Staff Discussion Papers, and the Staff Technical Papers.
Latest Staff Discussion Papers
The SC Staff Discussion Papers are published as part of the SC’s commitment to facilitate the generation and dissemination of new knowledge. Through the Staff Discussion Papers, the SC strives to spark conversations and further research on various aspects of the capital market, allowing for the accumulation of ideas and evidence to inform future policymaking decisions.
Encouraging Retirement Savings in Malaysia: A Behavioural Perspective
Latest Staff Technical Papers
The SC Staff Technical Papers are published as part of the SC’s commitment to meaningfully contribute to a growing academic body of knowledge. Each Staff Technical Paper takes an in-depth and objective look at a specific topic with the aim of providing deeper analysis and technical insights into the issue at hand.
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