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Philippine Review of Economics

1964 - 2022

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Volume 59, issue 1, 2022

The impacts of secondary education reforms on schooling and income of women and men in the Philippines pp. 1-25 Downloads
Ma. Laarni D. Revilla and Jonna P. Estudillo
Who benefits from Dual Training Systems? Evidence from the Philippines pp. 26-45 Downloads
Takiko Igarashi and Pablo Acosta
The impact of Philippine monetary policy on domestic prices and output: evaluating the country’s transmission channels pp. 46-76 Downloads
Sanjeev Parmanand
The BSP's Forecasting and Policy Analysis System pp. 77-107 Downloads
Zeno Ronald R. Abenoja, Jasmin E. Dacio, Sarah Jane A. Castañares, Jan Christopher Ocampo and Mark Rex S. Romaraog
Azcárraga’s critique of mercantilism: trade as an engine of growth pp. 108-155 Downloads
Emmanuel de Dios
Book Review of Trauma to triumph: rising from the ashes of the Asian Financial Crisis pp. 156-163 Downloads
Sarah Lynne S. Daway-Ducanes

Volume 58, issue 1 and 2, 2021

Pandemic Threat, Ostrom Threshold and Pre-Emptive Public Goods: why East Asia performed better in the COVID-19 crisis pp. 1-13 Downloads
Raul V. Fabella
How influential are COVID-19 data points? A fresh look at an estimated small scale DSGE model for the Philippines pp. 14-37 Downloads
Lawrence Dacuycuy
Targeting the highly vulnerable households during strict lockdowns pp. 38-62 Downloads
Geoffrey Ducanes, Sarah Lynne Daway-Ducanes and Edita Tan
COVID-19, job loss, and underemployment: who is affected? pp. 63-91 Downloads
Ma. Christina Epetia
Measuring the telework potential of jobs: evidence from the International Standard Classification of Occupations pp. 92-127 Downloads
Ian Nicole A. Generalao
Life in the times of the COVID-19 pandemic: the experiences and responses of households in Guimaras and Miagao, Iloilo pp. 128-156 Downloads
Louie Marie Eluriaga, Lylve Maliz Zeller, Gay Margarett Gange and Alice Ferrer
National Health Insurance Program financing during the COVID-19 pandemic: financial viability and the burden of paying for NHIP benefits pp. 157-184 Downloads
Carlos Antonio Tan, Narisa Sugay, Maria Sylvia Nachura, Katrina Miradora, Abba Marie Moreno, Josefa Mina Nieva and Joyce Encluna
The COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on business establishments: a study on challenges and strategic approaches pp. 185-213 Downloads
Aurora G. Hidalgo, Viory Yvonne T. Janeo, Winston Conrad B. Padojinog, Cid L. Terosa, Peter L. U. and Josef T. Yap
Disruptions in global value chains due to COVID-19: stylized facts and policy lessons pp. 214-240 Downloads
Adrian Mendoza
Coping and recovery strategies of MSMEs in the Laguna one year after COVID19 pp. 241-263 Downloads
Emmanuel Genesis Andal, Amelia L. Bello and Ma. Angeles O. Catelo
COVID-19 pandemic and the Philippine real estate property cycle: indications of bubble burst in the “new normal†? pp. 264-292 Downloads
Luisito C. Abueg, Christian Marvin B. Zamora and Leonard Nevin V. Correa
Transportation policy potholes: analyzing Metro Manila’s COVID-19 response pp. 293-312 Downloads
Cielo Magno, Kevin Daniel Quizon and Dante Gatmaytan

Volume 57, issue 2, 2020

Benito Legarda, Jr.: in his own words and an appreciation pp. 1-34 Downloads
Gerardo P. Sicat
Dr. Benito Legarda, Jr. as economic diplomat pp. 35-45 Downloads
Cesar E.A. Virata
Economist, historian, and patriot: Benito J. Legarda 1926-2020 pp. 46-48 Downloads
Jeffrey G. Williamson
The nexus of nationalism and internationalism: the journey of a “diplomat†after the galleons pp. 49-68 Downloads
Yusuke Takagi
The Bullinger Pool in Burma, 1921 to the mid-1930s pp. 69-92 Downloads
Maria Serena I. Diokno
The BSP’s journey towards a progressive monetary policy framework pp. 93-115 Downloads
Eloisa T. Glindro and Marites B. Oliva
Policy responses to shocks and monetary effectiveness under inflation targeting: The Philippine case pp. 116-145 Downloads
Margarita Debuque-Gonzales
Global liquidity, global risk appetite, and the risk of credit and asset booms pp. 146-169 Downloads
Maria Socorro Gochoco-Bautista
Optimal saving and sustainable foreign debt pp. 170-199 Downloads
Delano Villanueva and Roberto S. Mariano
Fighting COVID-19: patterns in international data pp. 200-223 Downloads
Roberto S. Mariano and Suleyman Ozmucur

Volume 57, issue 1, 2020

Clubs, Coase, and the role of government pp. 1-17 Downloads
James Roumasset
The COVID-19 pandemic, remittances and financial inclusion in the Philippines pp. 18-41 Downloads
Eiji Yamada, Satoshi Shimizutani and Enerelt Murakami
Forces of modernization and the welfare of rural households: a saga of a village in Central Luzon, 1977-2013 pp. 42-70 Downloads
Francis Mark A. Quimba and Jonna P. Estudillo
By his words alone: the economic consequences of Rodrigo Duterte pp. 71-100 Downloads
Elain Brianne O. Balderas and Alyanna Maria Belen S.D. Bernardo
The conditional altruist and the Samaritan’s dilemma pp. 101-120 Downloads
Joselito Sescon
Forecasting Residential electricity demand in the Philippines using an Error Correction Model pp. 121-151 Downloads
Angelo Gabrielle Santos
Then and now: analyzing Filipino youth education and work decisions following the 12 basic education reform pp. 152-187 Downloads
Marianne Joy A. Vital

Volume 56, issue 1 and 2, 2019

Festschrift for Raul V. Fabella pp. vi-vii Downloads
Sarah Lynne Daway-Ducanes and Emmanuel de Dios
Some reflections on the state of development economics in Asia pp. 1-15 Downloads
Hal C. Hill and Sisira Jayasuriya
The monkey in the mirror and other tales of central bank forward guidance pp. 16-27 Downloads
Eli Remolona
A BSP closer to the people: spreading the benefits of monetary and financial stability pp. 28-41 Downloads
Benjamin E. Diokno
Digit ratio and prosocial behavior: the role of innate aggression in public goods and trust games pp. 42-72 Downloads
Jahm Mae E. Guinto, Charlotte May DC. Amante, Franz Nicole L. Carlos, Arlene B. Daro, Mariella Jasmin P. Marasigan and Joseph J. Capuno
A note on cooperative hunting (Holmstrom and Fabella meet the Dumagat of Tanay) pp. 73-79 Downloads
Orville C. Solon
The case against the case for land reform: transaction costs and misplaced exogeneity pp. 80-126 Downloads
Karl L. Jandoc and James Roumasset
Toward a fairer society: inequality and competition policy in developing Asia pp. 127-146 Downloads
Arsenio Balisacan
Sovereign determination or disguised protectionism?: the Vitamin C Case pp. 147-172 Downloads
Ma. Joy V. Abrenica
Recent trends in the gender gap in the labor market in the Philippines pp. 173-186 Downloads
Mitzie Irene Conchada, Dominique Hannah A. Sy, Marites Tiongco and Alfredo Paloyo
Automation, gigs, and other labor market tales: the Philippines in the Fourth Industrial Revolution pp. 187-218 Downloads
Emmanuel F. Esguerra
Revisiting the aid-growth nexus in light of the Sachs-Easterly debate pp. 219-235 Downloads
Sarah Lynne Daway-Ducanes and Irene Jo E. Arzadon
Public debt and the threat of secession pp. 236-256 Downloads
Rhea M. Molato-Gayeres
What the new institutional economics owes Marx pp. 257-278 Downloads
Emmanuel de Dios

Volume 55, issue 1 and 2, 2018

Social mobility in the Philippine labor market pp. 1-40 Downloads
Lawrence Dacuycuy
The Social Weather Reports of economic well-being in the Philippines pp. 41-55 Downloads
Mahar Mangahas
PPP vs ODA revisited: key issues for PPP infrastructure development in the Philippines pp. 56-86 Downloads
Susumu Ito
Maternal mortality in Lao People’s Democratic Republic pp. 87-109 Downloads
Jonna P. Estudillo
A game of subsidization or taxation for new technology adoption in international duopoly pp. 110-127 Downloads
Masahiko Hattori and Yasihito Tanaka
Is household income diversification welfare improving? The evidence from Philippine panel data pp. 128-160 Downloads
Adrian Mendoza
Potential output and output gap estimation models for the Philippines pp. 161-197 Downloads
Roberto S. Mariano, Suleyman Ozmucur, Veronica Bayangos, Faith Christian Cacnio and Marites B. Oliva
Two memoranda from G. Ranis pp. 198-217 Downloads
Gustav Ranis
Fabella's Capitalism and inclusion under weak institutions: Lessons on inequality for a new generation of economists pp. 218-227 Downloads
Ronald Mendoza
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