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Recent Publications

Discussion Papers

  • (DP 2017-04) Impure Altruism and Other Donor Attraction Factors: A Study Based on a Database of Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) in the Philippines – by RE Reside, Jr.
  • (DP 2017-03) Factors associated with the delay in seeking inpatient and outpatient care services in the Philippines – by JJ Capuno, AD Kraft, LC Poco, SA Quimbo and CAR Tan, Jr.
  • (DP 2017-02) Memoir: The founding of PIDS – by GP Sicat
  • (DP 2017-01) Competition, Regulation and Institutional Quality – by RV Fabella
  • (DP 2016-12) Government “underspending” in perspective: Incompetence, inertia, or indigestion? – by TC Monsod
  • (DP 2016-11) WASH for child health: Some evidence in support of public intervention in the Philippines – by JJ Capuno, CR Tan, Jr. and X Javier
  • (DP 2016-10) Comprehensive Tax Reform in the Philippines: Principles, History and Recommendations – by RE Reside, Jr and L Burns
  • (DP 2016-09) Procurement Auctions with Interdependent Values and Affiliated Signals – by RM Balanquit & MJM Kimwell
  • (DP 2016-08) Common Belief Revisited – by RMT Balanquit
  • (DP 2016-07) Threshold Bank-run Equilibrium in Dynamic Games – by RMT Balanquit

PRE Articles (December 2016 issue)

  • Water, sanitation, and hygiene for child health: some evidence in support of public intervention in the Philippines – by J Capuno, CA Tan, Jr., & X Javier
  • Re-thinking market failure in the light of the imperfect state – by RV Fabella & VM Fabella
  • An essay on schooling outcomes in the Philippines: the role of households, markets, and institutions – by ML Revilla & J Estudillo
  • Risk management and coping strategies: climate change and agriculture in the Philippines – by M Ravago &  J Roumasset
  • Economic and political dynamics in Philippine development – by F Alburo
  • Banana production and cooperatives in the Philippines: a structure for self-reliance of farmer growers under agrarian reform – by K Nozawa

Policy Notes

  • (PN 2015-01) Solar Power’s Dawning and Promise for Inclusive Green Growth – by E Pernia
  • (PN 2014-6) Improving Credit Access for the Food and Agriculture Sector through the Enhanced Implementation of Existing Policies and New Strategies – by G Teves
  • (PN 2014-5R) Eastern Visayas after Yolanda: Evidence from Household Survey – by M Ravago, D Mapa, and Associates
  • (PN 2014-4) Investing in S&T and R&D in the Face of AEC Competition – by E Pernia and R Clarete
  • (PN 2014-3) Tax Policy for Good Governance, Job Creation and Inclusive Growth – by R Alonso
  • (PN 2014-2) Designing a Competitive Electricity Market – by MJ Abrenica
  • (PN 2014-1) How did the Philippines level its tax treatment of imported and local distilled spirits? – by R Clarete