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1964 - 2017

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Volume 54, issue 2, 2017

Southeast Asia in the global economy: a selective analytical survey pp. 1-36
Hall Hill
Philippine inequality across the twentieth century: slim evidence, but fat questions pp. 37-60
Jeffrey G. Williamson
Philippine policy reforms and infrastructure development: a historical account pp. 61-87
Dante B. Canlas
The fiscal program in recent Philippine history: looking back and looking forward pp. 88-99
Benjamin E. Diokno
Amado Castro and gender equity in education pp. 100-109
Vicente B. Paqueo and Aniceto C. Orbeta
Quality, inequality and recent education reform pp. 110-137
Edita A. Tan
Non-inclusive growth, the profit motive, and the case for inclusive business pp. 138-150
Niceto S. Poblador
A memoir of the young UP School of Economics pp. 151-177
Gerardo P. Sicat
Remembering Amado Castro pp. 178-180
Benito Legarda
Amado Castro: economist, educator pp. 181-184
Cesar E.A. Virata
The early years of the University of the Philippines School of Economics pp. 185
Jeffrey G. Williamson
Remembering Amado Castro pp. 186-190
Bernardo M. Villegas
A loving tribute to Dr. Amado A. Castro pp. 191-194
Zorayda Amelia C. Alonzo

Volume 54, issue 1, 2017

A new look at Philippine export performance-a firm-level view pp. 1-31
Annette O. Balaoing-Pelkmans
Moving out of poverty: a brief review of the process of inclusive growth in Lao People's Democratic Republic pp. 32-46
Jonna P. Estudillo, Kinnalone Phimmavong and Francis Mark A. Quimba
Subjective well-being approach for testing money illusion-evidence using data from Social Weather Stations pp. 47-62
Edsel Beja
The multivariate dynamic causal relations between financial depth, inflation, and economic growth pp. 63-93
Rudra P. Pradhan, Yasuyuki Nishigaki and John H. Hall
How we measure poverty underestimates its extent and depth pp. 94-119
Edita A. Tan
Measuring political dynasties in Metro Manila pp. 120-137
Romeo Matthew Balanquit, Lianca P. Coronel and Jose Y. Yambao

Volume 53, issue 2, 2016

Water, sanitation, and hygiene for child health: some evidence in support of public intervention in the Philippines pp. 1-27
Joseph J. Capuno, Carlos Antonio Tan, Jr. and Xylee Javier
RE-thinking market failure in the light of the imperfect state pp. 28-46
Raul V. Fabella and Vigile Marie Fabella
An essay on schooling outcomes in the Philippines: the role of households, markets, and institutions pp. 47-65
Ma. Laarni D. Revilla and Jonna P. Estudillo
Risk management and coping strategies: climate change and agriculture in the Philippines pp. 66-104
Majah-Leah Ravago, James Roumasset and Karl Jandoc
Economic and political dynamics in Philippine development pp. 105-118
Florian A. Alburo
Banana production and cooperatives in the Philippines: a structure for self-reliance of farmer growers under agrarian reform pp. 119-146
Katsumi Nozawa

Volume 53, issue 1, 2016

Preferences, government investment, and disbursement sudden stops pp. 1-18
Lawrence Dacuycuy
The roles of gender and education in the intrahousehold allocation of remittances of Filipino migrant workers pp. 19-55
Marjorie Pajaron
A novel way of measuring the endowment effect of gaining a child pp. 56-71
Stella Luz Quimbo, Xylee Javier, Joseph Capuno and Emmanuel de Dios
Ascertaining the link between dengue and climatic conditions pp. 72-86
Agustin Arcenas
Measuring economic potential via the gravity model of trade pp. 87-96
Nikkin Beronilla, Patrocinio Jude Esguerra and Jamir Ocampo
Time inconsistency: the Phillips curve example, an analysis for intermediate macroeconomics pp. 97-126
Fidelina Natividad-Carlos

Volume 52, issue 2, 2015

Urban-rural income and wage gaps in the Philippines: measurement error, unequal endowments, or factor market failure? pp. 1-21
Karl Kendrick Chua, Louie Limkin, John Nye and Jeffrey Williamson
American private direct investment in the Philippines after independence pp. 22-37
Gerardo P. Sicat
Singapore’s five decades of development: lessons and future directions pp. 38-64
Chia Siow Yue
The Philippines: on the road to being an emerging economy pp. 65-83
Dante B. Canlas
Development progeria: the role of institutions and the exchange rate pp. 84-99
Sarah Lynne Daway-Ducanes and Raul V. Fabella
Malaysia-China trade: old and new routes pp. 100-117
Tham Siew Yean and Andrew Kam Jia Yi
Class participation in politics in Southeast Asia pp. 118-142
Joseph J. Capuno
The effect of trade policy on firm productivity in Thai manufacturing pp. 143-169
Archanun Kohpaiboon and Juthathip Jongwanich
Households’ access to financial services: some evidence from survey data pp. 170-191
Gilberto M. Llanto
The ASEAN business cycle and China’s slowdown pp. 192-209
Bhanupong Nidhiprabha
Goods trade liberalization under the ASEAN Economic Community: effects on the Philippine economy pp. 210-233
Ramon L. Clarete and Philip Arnold Tuano
Just how good is unemployment as a measure of welfare? A note pp. 234-245
Emmanuel de Dios and Katrina Dinglasan

Volume 51, issue 2, 2014

Market competition in the downstream oil industry: is there evidence of price asymmetry? pp. 1-20 Downloads
Maria Joy Abrenica, Rolando Danao and Ma. Nimfa Mendoza
Poor parents, rich children: the role of schooling, nonfarm work, and migration in rural Philippines pp. 21-46 Downloads
Jonna P. Estudillo, Yukichi Mano, Yasuyuki Sawada and Keijiro Otsuka
Has the Philippines forever lost its chance at industrialization? pp. 47-66 Downloads
Jeffrey G. Williamson and Emmanuel de Dios
Evolutionary economics and household behavior pp. 67-82 Downloads
Charles Horioka
Empirical measurement of illicit tobacco trade in the Philippines pp. 83-96 Downloads
Victor Abola, Deborah Sy, Ryan Denniston and Anthony So
The effects of a minimum wage on employment outcomes: an application of regression discontinuity design pp. 97-120 Downloads
Kristine Laura S. Canales
The impacts of microcredit on poverty reduction: evidence from Cambodian rural villages pp. 121-150 Downloads
Phim Runsinarith

Volume 51, issue 1, 2015

Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP): Time to let go pp. 1-18 Downloads
Raul V. Fabella
Rethinking the taxation of compensation income in the Philippines pp. 1-22 Downloads
Stella Luz Quimbo and Xylee Javier
Time to let go of CARP? Not so fast pp. 19-27 Downloads
Toby C. Monsod and Sharon A. Piza
Time-varying conditional Johnson Su density in Value-at-Risk methodology pp. 23-44 Downloads
Peter Julian Cayton and Dennis Mapa
On the cusp of budget transformation: the work for an inclusive budget process under the Aquino administration pp. 28-59 Downloads
Florencio B. Abad
Impact assessment of national and regional policies using the Philippine Regional General Equilibrium model pp. 45-76 Downloads
Roehlano Briones
Recent Philippine budget reforms:separating the chaff from the grain, the whimsical from the real pp. 60-85 Downloads
Benjamin E. Diokno
Does judicial quality matter for firm performance? pp. 77-94 Downloads
Josemaria Gabriel Agregado, Jose Maria Marella and Toby Monsod
Optimal solution to cybercrimes: lessons from law and economics pp. 84-116 Downloads
Ruperto P. Majuca
A note on the effects of remittances and overseas migration on some Philippine statistics pp. 95-116 Downloads
Sarah Lynne Daway-Ducanes and Geoffrey Ducanes
International migration and occupational licensing: an empirical exploration pp. 117-142 Downloads
Marina Fe Durano
The impact of the PhilippinesÕ conditional cash transfer program on consumption pp. 117-161 Downloads
Melba V. Tutor
Book Review: PikettyÕs Capital in the twenty-first century pp. 143-156 Downloads
Rosa Maria Alonso I Terme
When did we begin to spell Òheteros*edasticityÓ correctly? pp. 162-178 Downloads
Alfredo Paloyo
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