2019 Publications

Subjective Well-Being Approach to Valuing Unemployment: Direct and Indirect Cost
Edsel L Beja Jr.

Published under the International Journal of Community Well-Being

EU and Asean Regionalism: An Interdisciplinary Approach
Cristina M. Bautista, Kritzman G. Caballero, Irwin A. Cruz, Manuel R. Enverga III, Marissa Maricosa A. Paderon, Javier Rico Israel R. Tionloc and Victor S. Venida
Published under Ateneo de Manila University Press

Reducing Inequality in the Philippines
Geoffrey M. Ducanes, Arsenio Balisacan
Published at Getting Even: Public Policies to Tackle Inequality in Asia (Book Chapter)

Correlation neglect and case-based decisions
Benjamin Radoc, Robert Sugden & Theodore L. Turocy

Published at the Journal of Risk and Uncertainty vol. 59 (2019).

Linking Social Protection and Humanitarian Assistance in the Philippines
Fernando T. Aldaba 

Published at the Social Protection Discussion Papers and Notes 135674, The World Bank

Structural Inequality in the Philippines: Oligarchy, (Im)mobility and Economic Transformation
Philip Arnold Tuaño, Jerik Cruz

Published at the Journal of Southeast Asian Economies (JSEAE), vol 36 no.3, 2019


Consumer Expectations Survey and Quarterly Social Weather Survey: Evidence of Convergent Validity and Causality
Edsel Beja Jr.

Published at The Philippine Statistician vol. 68 no. 2, 2019

The Impact of Basic Education Reform on the Educational Participation of 16- to 17-year-old youth in the Philippines
Geoffrey Ducanes and Dina Joan Ocampo

Published at The Philippine Statistician vol. 68 no. 2 (2019)

The role of power prices in structural transformation: Evidence from the Philippines
Majah-Leah V. Ravago, Arlan Zandro Brucal, James Roumasset, Jan Carlo Punongbayan

Published at the Journal of Asian Economics (2019)

Maximizing Versus Satisficing: Negative Correlation Between Maximizing Attitude and School Domain Satisfaction
Edsel L. Beja Jr.

Published at The American Economist vol. 64 no.1 (2019)

The Effect of Revenue Shares on Local Government Spending: Evidence from Philippine Province
Tristan A. Canare
Published at the Singapore Economic Review

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