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Dato’ Steven CM Wong

Deputy Chief Executive

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Long and Difficult Process

WHAT a difference a year makes. Just 12 months ago, few Malaysians... Read More

Is The Ringgit Real?

Article by Dato’ Steven Wong which appeared in New Straits Times, August... Read More

Making It Work for All

Article by Dato’ Steven Wong which appeared in New Straits Times, 3... Read More

Confirmation Bias and The New Malaysia

Article by Dato’ Steven Wong which appeared in New Straits Times, 29... Read More

Is Trump’s Trade War Winnable?

Article by Dato’ Steven Wong which appeared in New Straits Times, 6... Read More

Keeping Growth Momentum

Article by Dato’ Steven Wong which appeared in New Straits Times, 2... Read More

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Dato’ Steven CM Wong

Dato’ Steven CM Wong is Deputy Chief Executive of the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia. He also heads the economics division of the Institute.

Dato’ Steven has been involved in the public policy arena for more than two decades, 20 years of which has been with ISIS Malaysia. He spent a further eight years in the private sector where he held positions in management consultancy, economic research, fund management, corporate finance and capital markets.

He is currently a columnist for the New Straits Times.

He was a member of the Ministry of Human Resource’s Technical Committee for the Minimum Wage and Tenaga Nasional Berhad’s Economic Council. He has served as the Secretary-General of the Malaysian National Committee for Pacific Economic Co-operation, the Malaysian Committee for Pacific Basin Economic Co-operation, and was on the secretariats of two ASEAN Eminent Persons Groups.

He has been published by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the East Asian Institute at the University of California, Berkeley, the Australian National University and the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Singapore. His latest publications are on ASEAN-China trade for China Economic Quarterly (June 2013) and a chapter on Malaysia’s financial sector and capital market in Malaysia: Policies and Issues in Economic Development published (ISIS Malaysia, 2011).

Dato’ Steven’s interests are in macroeconomic and international finance matters but he has wide-ranging interests including institutional economics, international relations and theology. He received his graduate and post-graduate education at the University of Melbourne in Australia.

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Long and Difficult Process

02 January 2019
WHAT a difference a year makes. Just 12 months ago, few Malaysians expected the political tsunami that swept the country. Many desperately wanted change but...
Is the ringgit real?

Is The Ringgit Real?

28 August 2018
Article by Dato’ Steven Wong which appeared in New Straits Times, August 28, 2018 FOR the past 100 days, Malaysians have talked a lot about...
Making it work for all

Making It Work for All

03 July 2018
Article by Dato’ Steven Wong which appeared in New Straits Times, 3 July 2018 IN many parts of the world, privatisation and its successor, public-private...
Confirmation bias and the new Malaysia

Confirmation Bias and The New Malaysia

31 May 2018
Article by Dato’ Steven Wong which appeared in New Straits Times, 29 May 2018 IF there is only one thing that we know about ourselves...
Is Trump’s trade war winnable?

Is Trump’s Trade War Winnable?

06 March 2018
Article by Dato’ Steven Wong which appeared in New Straits Times, 6 March, 2018 WE live in interesting, if surreal, times. United States President Donald...
Keeping growth momentum

Keeping Growth Momentum

02 January 2018
Article by Dato’ Steven Wong which appeared in New Straits Times, 2 January 2018 GLOBAL economic growth looks to be scaling to an eight-year high...