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Archived Publications - Economic Outlook Series

The Economic Outlook Series is an annual projection of the economy done independently by the Institute. The Series was phased out in January 1994. Since its phase-out, a shorter version of annual projections of the economy is featured in the January-February issues of hte Development Research News (DRN).

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DRN 2016 Vol. XXXIV No. 3Building Resilience--Key to Achieving Sustainable and Inclusive Growth
DRN 2016 Vol. XXXIV No. 2Duterte Must Be Bold on Economic Policy
DRN 2016 Vol. XXXIV No. 1The Philippine Economy in 2015 and Prospects for 2016
DRN 2015 Vol. XXXIII No. 4PIDS, NEDA, 3ie Bolster Campaign to Create a Culture of Evaluation
DRN 2015 Vol. XXXIII No. 3Top Public Policy Experts Lead Inaugural Conference
DRN 2015 Vol. XXXIII No. 2Toward Regional Cooperation for the Sustainable Development of the East Asian Seas
DRN 2015 Vol. XXXIII No. 1Policy and Ethical Implications of the Water-Food-Energy Nexus
DRN 2014 Vol. XXXII No. 4Philippine Agriculture Saddled by Poor Irrigation Systems
DRN 2014 Vol. XXXII No. 312th DPRM Advocates Labor, Industrial Reforms for Inclusive Growth
DRN 2014 Vol. XXXII No. 2Multisectoral Coalition to Advocate for Reforms in Services Sector
DRN 2014 Vol. XXXII No. 1The Philippine Economy in 2013 and Prospects for 2014
DRN 2013 Vol. XXXI No. 4Economic Growth Must Translate to Better Health Outcomes
DRN 2013 Vol. XXXI No. 3Social Protection Policies on Spotlight as Manila Hosts 14th GDN Meet
DRN 2013 Vol. XXXI No. 2Trade Liberalization and Trade Performance in Asia: 1974-2008
DRN 2013 Vol. XXXI No. 1The Philippine Economy in 2012 and Prospects for 2013
DRN 2012 Vol. XXX No. 6Education for All: Addressing Problems in Primary Schooling
DRN 2012 Vol. XXX No. 5Pursuing the Twin Objectives of Economic Integration and Social Inclusion
DRN 2012 Vol. XXX No. 4Rice Self-sufficiency = No Rice Imports: Is It really Feasible?
DRN 2012 Vol. XXX No. 3Reading between the Poverty Lines: Revisions in the Official Poverty Thresholds
DRN 2012 Vol. XXX No. 2Rationalizing the Public Higher Education Service
DRN 2012 Vol. XXX No. 1The Philippine Economy in 2011 and Prospects for 2012
DRN 2011 Vol. XXIX No. 6The Paradox of Local Economic Enterprises: A Look at the Philippine Setting
DRN 2011 Vol. XXIX No. 5Innovation: Engine of Growth
DRN 2011 Vol. XXIX No. 4What`s in Store for AFNR Graduates in the Philippines?
DRN 2011 Vol. XXIX No. 3Water Pollution Impedes Management of Freshwater for Human Consumption
DRN 2011 Vol. XXIX No. 2PIDS Launches its First Economic Policy Monitor
DRN 2011 Vol. XXIX No. 1The Philippine Economy in 2010 and Prospects for 2011
DRN 2010 Vol. XXVIII No. 6Anticorruption and Good Governance: the Philippine Experience
DRN 2010 Vol. XXVIII No. 5Reflections on PIDS and its Institutional Challenges at this Historical Juncture
DRN 2010 Vol. XXVIII No. 4How Are Government Hospitals Performing?
DRN 2010 Vol. XXVIII No. 3Improving Local Service Delivery: a National Call
DRN 2010 Vol. XXVIII No. 2Labor Policy Issues in the Philippine Context
DRN 2010 Vol. XXVIII No. 1The Philippine Economy in 2009 and Prospects for 2010
DRN 2009 Vol. XXVII No. 6A Vision for Philippine Agriculture
DRN 2009 Vol. XXVII No. 5Coping with Climate Variability and Change
DRN 2009 Vol. XXVII No. 4Governance in the Education Sector
DRN 2009 Vol. XXVII No. 3Poor Incentive Structure Drives Quality of Philippine Bureaucracy Down
DRN 2009 Vol. XXVII No. 2IP Children's Right to Cultural Citizenship
DRN 2009 Vol. XXVII No. 1The Philippine Economy in 2008 and Prospects for 2009
DRN 2008 Vol. XXVI No. 6"Asian Noodle Bowl" not yet Serious in East Asia
DRN 2008 Vol. XXVI No. 5The Philippine Diasporic Dividend: for the OFWs, their Families, and the Country
DRN 2008 Vol. XXVI No. 4Consolidating Primary Data Collection Activities under One Roof
DRN 2008 Vol. XXVI No. 3Post-2008 CARP: Extension with Critical Reforms
DRN 2008 Vol. XXVI No. 2OFW Children: Wanting for More Attention
DRN 2008 Vol. XXVI No. 1What's in Store for the Philippine Economy in 2008?
DRN 2007 Vol. XXV No. 6It's All in the Contract: a Closer Look at BOT
DRN 2007 Vol. XXV No. 5A Framework for Regional and Local Development
DRN 2007 Vol. XXV No. 4A Post-Crisis Prescription: Being One Group Matters
DRN 2007 Vol. XXV No. 3Understanding International Labor Migration in East Asia
DRN 2007 Vol. XXV No. 2Has Land Reform Changed Land Ownership Concentration?
DRN 2007 Vol. XXV No. 1The Philippine Economy in 2007: Is a Breakthrough in the Horizon?
DRN 2006 Vol. XXIV No. 6E-commerce in the Philippines: a Preliminary Stocktaking
DRN 2006 Vol. XXIV No. 5When Less (Access) Leads to More...On Contraceptive Use in the Philippines
DRN 2006 Vol. XXIV No. 4-bCosts and Spillovers of the AFP vs. NPA Armed Conflicts: Metro Manila - Rizal Case Study
DRN 2006 Vol. XXIV No. 4-aThe Bias Against Muslims: a Creeping Perception
DRN 2006 Vol. XXIV No. 3Can the Philippine Film Industry Follow Bollywood?
DRN 2006 Vol. XXIV No. 2-bIdeologically Motivated Conflicts in the Philippines: Exploring the Possibility of an Early Warning System
DRN 2006 Vol. XXIV No. 2-aCross-border Trade in Higher Education: What Are Our Chances?
DRN 2006 Vol. XXIV No. 1Driving the Philippine Economy in 2006
DRN 2005 Vol. XXIII No. 6-eThe Agreement's Politico-Strategic Dimension
DRN 2005 Vol. XXIII No. 6-dIssues and Prospects on Labor Migration and Human Capital Development
DRN 2005 Vol. XXIII No. 6-cHow Do We Now Dress Up the World?
DRN 2005 Vol. XXIII No. 6-bFree Trade Agreement with the US: What's in It for Philippine Agriculture?
DRN 2005 Vol. XXIII No. 6-aProposed RP-US Free Trade Deal: Issues and Challenges
DRN 2005 Vol. XXIII No. 5-dNarrowing the Digital Divide: A Must for the ICT Sector
DRN 2005 Vol. XXIII No. 5-cOutsourcing: The Next Big Thing
DRN 2005 Vol. XXIII No. 5-bThe Future Looks Bright for Health Tourism
DRN 2005 Vol. XXIII No. 5-aServices: Today's Most Prolific Industry
DRN 2005 Vol. XXIII No. 4-bTrade and Investment in a Globalized Setting: The Experience in Muslim Mindanao
DRN 2005 Vol. XXIII No. 4-aRental Housing: Opening Doors for Low-income Households
DRN 2005 Vol. XXIII No. 3Contingent Liabilities: Adding Up to the Fiscal Burden
DRN 2005 Vol. XXIII No. 2Resolution of Nonperforming Loans: Do Asset Management Companies Matter?
DRN 2005 Vol. XXIII No. 1Forecasts, Predictions...The Philippine Economy in 2005
DRN 2004 Vol. XXII No. 6Reforming the Philippine Labor Market
DRN 2004 Vol. XXII No. 5Revisiting RP's Hybrid Rice Program
DRN 2004 Vol. XXII No. 4-bProposed RP-US FTA May Center on Telecom and Financial Sectors
DRN 2004 Vol. XXII No. 4-aPoverty and Environmental Damage in Philippine Agriculture: Do Trade Policies Matter?
DRN 2004 Vol. XXII No. 3-bExport Leadership: Does Success in One Breed Failure in Another?
DRN 2004 Vol. XXII No. 3-aDirection or Drift? The Philippine Economy after 2004
DRN 2004 Vol. XXII No. 2Implementation Crucial to Sustainable Environmental Management: On Development Policies, Institutions and Upland Environment of Southeast Asia
DRN 2004 Vol. XXII No. 1Philippines 2004, a 2003 Replay
DRN 2003 Vol. XXI No. 6The Outlook for a Philippine-Japan Economic Partnership
DRN 2003 Vol. XXI No. 5Responsive Policymaking through Policy Research
DRN 2003 Vol. XXI No. 4Fighting Poverty: The Impact of Philippine Initiatives
DRN 2003 Vol. XXI No. 3RP Domestic Shipping Industry: Still Berthed?
DRN 2003 Vol. XXI No. 2Tax Effort: Going Down...Down...
DRN 2003 Vol. XXI No. 1Economy to Plateau in 2003
DRN 2002 Vol. XX No.6The Cases of Angat, Laguna, Batangas and Cebu City: Competing Uses of Water
DRN 2002 Vol. XX No.5Tuition Hike, Education Strife?
DRN 2002 Vol. XX No.4Is There Still a Need to Legislate? A Water Policy Agenda for the Philippines
DRN 2002 Vol. XX No.3Rent Control in Metro Manila: Houses for Rent
DRN 2002 Vol. XX No.2Statistics Work: Of Grains, Fish and Numbers
DRN 2002 Vol. XX No.1Where to Now, Philippines?
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 6-cWill Shift to Gross Income Taxation Help?
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 6-bQuestioning de Sotto: The Case of Land and Governance in Uganda
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 6-aNew Forms of Financing the Fiscal Deficit
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 5-cMacroeconomic Policy Plays a Major Role in Financial Liberalization
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 5-bDoes Foreign Entry in the Domestic Banking Sector Promote Efficiency
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 5-aFrom the Local Bank's Perspective: Feeling the Liberalization Effects
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 4-bRice is very Expensive in the Philippines... and Hunger is Deepening
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 4-aConfronting the Garbage Problem with Economic Solutions
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 3-fWanted: More Filipino S and T Workers
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 3-eTo Boost Microfinance... BSP Urged to take Risk-based Approach in Regulating Small-scale Creditors
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 3-dRP Economy Suffering from HIV/AIDS?
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 3-cRx for RP's Auto Industry: Market Liberalization to Spur Sweeping Reforms
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 3-bLabor Expert Recommends: A Stronger Tripartism in RP
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 3-aE-commerce Beckons: The ASEAN Responds
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 2-fTo Spur E-commerce Growth: Government Pushes Low-cost Access to Internet
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 2-ePreventing Another Asian Crisis
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 2-dGlobalization and the Filipino Worker: Are Filipino Professionals ready for the World?
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 2-cGlobalization and the Filipino Worker: The Search for Greener Pasture
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 2-bA Cartel in RP's Cement Industry?
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 2-aOvercoming Obstacles: Land Development in the Philippines
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 1-cChina's Economic Boom: A boon to RP, Other ASEAN nations
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 1-bDr. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo: The next Philippine President could be an Economist
DRN 2001 Vol. XIX No. 1-aThe Philippine Economy: What Lies Ahead in 2001
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 6-dThe Interest Rate Cure: Here We Go Again
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 6-cWhat is Oil Deregulation?
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 6-bExchange is no Change: Is Oil Deregulation a Failure
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 6-a The President's 2001 Budget: Making Difficult Choices
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 5Providing the Infrastructure for Research and Networking
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 4-dGovernance and Economics: When Legislators and Researchers Meet
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 4-cMeasuring Poverty in Asia
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 4-bPolitical Economy 101: Philippine-China Relations
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 4-aWeathering the 1997 Asian Crisis: How the Social Services Survived
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 3-cIntroducing the GIS: A New Instrument in Analyzing and Presenting Socioeconomic Data
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 3-bCreating Opportunities through Agri-biotechnology
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 3-aHarnessing the Tools of Agri-Biotechnology
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 2-eWhat Inflation is About?
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 2-dA Challenge for Health in the 21st Century
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 2-cToward a More Responsive Research Agenda for Development
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 2-bUrbanization in a Decentralized Framework: The Lure of the City
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 2-aMetro Manila: On the Road to Clean Air in 2000
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 1-dWhat is Wrong with the 1997 GSIS Act?
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 1-cMonetary Tools: A Choice Between Traditional and Nontraditional
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 1-bIs there a Credit Crunch in the Philippines?
DRN 2000 Vol. XVIII No. 1-a The Philippine Economy in 2000: Prospects and Key Issues
DRN 1999 Vol. XVII No. 6The 1997 Regional Financial Crisis: Its Social Impact on the Philippines
DRN 1999 Vol. XVII No. 5Scaling the Economic Mast
DRN 1999 Vol. XVII No. 4DOH Presents Agenda for Health Care Financing
DRN 1999 Vol. XVII No. 3 Outsmarting Another Crisis: An Early Warning System for the Philippines
DRN 1999 Vol. XVII No. 2Trade-related Aspects of IPR: A Major WTO Concern and Its Implications on the Philippines
DRN 1999 Vol. XVII No. 1The Philippine Economy in 1999: Prospects and Key Issues
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 6-eLocal Initiatives in Health Service Delivery Continue to Evolve
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 6-dValencia Medical and Hospitalization Care Plan Share the Responsibility of Health Care Delivery
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 6-bBukidnon Health Insurance Program Meeting Health Needs Through Cost-Sharing
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 6-a Health Issues
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 5-cInter-LGU Cooperation not Renationalization, is the Answer to Health Service Delivery
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 5-bThe Philippine Economy in the First Quarter Period of the Estrada Administration: Mixed Reviews
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 5-aPhilippine R and D at the Tailend in Global Competitiveness
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 4-eWill China Devalue its Currency?
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 4-dRoles of the Visayas and Mindanao in the Revolutionary Struggle
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 4-cWas the Peso Overvalued?
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 4-bThe Financial Crisis in East Asia
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 4-aThe Philippine Economy in Review: 1986-1987
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 3-dAntidumping in a Global Open Economy: Still a Key Instrument for Protection
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 3-bInfluencing Environment-Friendly Cropping through Market Prices
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 3-aWho Pays for Our Health?
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 2-dPhilippine Science and Industrial Policies: A Leap into the Next Millennium
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 2-bLocal Government Administration in Light of the Decentralization Thrust:Tthe Case of Quezon City and other Metro Manila LGUs
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 2-aWhat's in for the Economy in 1998? An Outlook for the Philippines
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 1-fTowards Community Building in the Asia Pacific Region
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 1-eRoles of Government in an Integrating Economy
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 1-dFinancial Sector: Overlooked in the APEC 1997 Meeting?
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 1-cAsian Currency Crisis: Lessons from Europe and Latin America
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 1-bThe Asian Financial Crisis: A Case of Boon Turning to Bane
DRN 1998 Vol. XVI No. 1-aMacroeconomic Challenges Facing the Philippines' Industrialization Drive
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 6-eMindanao Health Officials Take Lead in Health Care Programs
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 6-dSustainability: A Matter of Cold Data and Fiery Committment
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 6-cTripartitie Link-ups: Toward Better Health Care
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 6-bLinking Health Care Schemes: Answering the Challenge of Sustainability
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 6-aCommunities Help Themselves: Health Care Initiatives in Mindanao
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 5-cIntegrating Culture in Economic Development: an Agenda for Nationbuilding
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 5-bEconomic Liberalization and Foreign Exchange Management
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 5-aSustaining the Philippine Economic Resurgence
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 4-dThe Case of the Garments Industry
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 4-cTextile Industry: In a Bad Shape
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 4-bRestructuring Tariffs: Toward a More Competitive Philippines
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 4-a Addressing the European Union's (EU) Widening Dilemma the APEC Way
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 3-cEmerging Concerns of Health Policy
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 3-bWhat to Expect After a Reduction in Tariff
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 3-aA New Environment for the Health Sector
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 2-cStudy Shows: Demand Grows, Market Expands, Productivity Declines
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 2-bCapital Surge: Boon or Bane to the Developing Economies
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 2-aDeveloping the Technology for Global Market Competition
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 1-bMicrofinance Institutions in Poverty Alleviation: A Case of the Blind Leading the Blind?
DRN 1997 Vol. XV No. 1-aCan the Philippines Improve its International Competitiveness?
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 6-cIssues in Revitalizing the Philippine Sugar Industry
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 6-bGovernment Role in Economic Growth: Finding the Right Mix of Intervention
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 6-aFor APEC Member Economies: Making Food as Another Prime Concern
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 5-gAPEC Seminal Thinkers Share Vision for the Region's Progress
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 5-fNGOs in Social and Human Development
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 5-eDSWD Reports...
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 5-d"Only Through Collaborative Efforts..."
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 5-cWorld Summit for Social Development: A Year After
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 5-bFor Social and Human Development: Tapping the Potentials of Labor Unions
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 5-aFinancing the Social Sectors: Increase to Come from Budget Restructure
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 4-cHistorical Overview
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 4-bFood: Is a Crisis Looming
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 4-aThe Philippine Telecommunications Industry
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 3-dDwindling Asian Food Supply and the World Economy
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 3-cCulture as a Vital Basis of Resolving Trade Disputes
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 3-bUnderstanding Values in Community Building
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 3-aAPEC in the Light of Changes in Labor Migration
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 2-bPooling Resources: A New Concept of Cooperation in APEC
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 2-aDeepening the Asia-Europe Partnership
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 1-dAfter Osaka and into Subic
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 1-cSolutions that Work: A Strategy to Fight Poverty
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 1-bHealth Care Financing: Some Lessons from International Experience
DRN 1996 Vol. XIV No. 1-aTotal Factor Productivity of Philippine Manufacturing Industries
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 6-dAPEC Economic Leaders' Declaration for Action
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 6-cPrivate Health Insurance as Alternative Financing Source
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 6-bAn Evaluation of Medicare
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 6-aThe Challenge of Health Care Financing Reforms
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 5-eLiving with Inflation
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 5-dHealth Care Financing Reforms
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 5-cInflation Forecasts for 1996
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 5-b Some Notes on a Municipal Credit System
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 5-aThe Philippines in AFTA: Opportunities and Challenges
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 4-gAgenda for Development
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 4-fFrom Planned to Market Economy: Indochina in Transition
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 4-ePrivatization: The World Bank Perspective
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 4-dThe Political Economy of Oil
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 4-cDeregulating the Local Oil Industry
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 4-bThe Government's Dilemma: To Increase or not to Increase Oil Prices
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 4-aThe Early Years of Code Implementation
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 3-dShould Workers Worry About GATT-WTO?
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 3-cWorld Trade Developments: Is the Philippines Up to the Challenge
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 3-b Social Correctness in the 1990s: Newfangled Arguments for Protectionism
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 3-aThe New Overseas Employment Program: Effectively Managing the Labor Migration Process
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 2-dLabor Migration Issues: Government Seeks Means to Protect Workers
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 2-cPhilippines's Initiative and HRD Program in APEC
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 2-bThe Tasks and Realities of Science and Technology Development
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 2-aThe HRD Challenges of Overseas Employment
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 1-eNIC-hood Requires Brain Gain in Science and Technology
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 1-dThe Countryside: Trekking the Long Road to Boom Times
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 1-cGreening Two Countries
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 1-bCapital Flows: When it Rains, It Pours
DRN 1995 Vol. XIII No. 1-aEasing Out Road Blocks to Growth
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 6-eOwning a House and Lot, the Indigenous Way
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 6-dIssues Interest to a Social Scientist
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 6-cThe GATT Rounds: Making Way for the WTO
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 6-bOn the Shift from HCV and the GATT Valuation
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 6-aUnderstanding the GATT and the Issues Beyond
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 5-fThe Cutting Edge in the World Market
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 5-eDIA Policy Recommendations
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 5-dRX: Reforms for the Philippines
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 5-cReassessing the E-VAT
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 5-bMetropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS): Responding to the Water Needs of a Mega City
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 5-aOutlook of Supply and Demand: Metro Manila and the Philippines
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 4-gSectoral Concerns in Streamlining the Bureaucracy
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 4-fTrimming the Government into a More Efficient Form
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 4-eThe Value of Information in Development Planning
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 4-dSo the People may Know: Improving the Lines of Communication between Government and Media
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 4-cHow the Regions Fare in Education and Health
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 4-bImperatives for Development
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 4-aIn Search of Development Equitably Enjoyed by All
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 3-gPTAFF Priotization Workshop
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 3-fSeeking Options to the HCV
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 3-eIssues and Challenges in the Social Sector
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 3-dRaising Funds for Basic Human Needs
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 3-cPHILNET: Local and International Networks within Reach
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 3-bGIO's as Partners in Development
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 3-aRegional Cross-order Cooperation: A New Dimension in Regional Planning
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 2-dMIMAP Enters Its Third Phase
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 2-cHousehold's Attitudes Toward Health Care: Deriving Lessons for Health Care Financing Reforms
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 2-bThe Philippines in 1994-1995: A Time for "Cautious Optimism"
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 2-a ASEAN: The Upswing Continues
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 1-dConsumer Welfare: Core of Retail Trade Liberalization
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 1-cManufacturing Industries Revisited
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 1-bThe Economy According to PROPE
DRN 1994 Vol. XII No. 1-aToward a "Leapfrogging" Strategy for the Philippines
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 6-eMicro Studies: DIA Project Examines Strategic Industries
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 6-dFinancing Export Growth
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 6-cPulong Saliksikan Series: Lessons from Uncle Sam Ad Fever Catches on Generics
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 6-bMIMAP to Link Policies and Households
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 6-aOf Money Supply and Price Trends
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 5-dExport Finance Paves Way to NIChood 2000
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 5-cPulong Saliksikan Series: High Performing Asian Economies Taking Issues Out and Sharing the Bounty
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 5-bHealth Brings Economic Growth
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 5-aOwning a House in the Metropolis: Still an Elusive Dream?
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 4-gPhilippine System of National Accounts Revising for Relevance and Accuracy
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 4-fPulong Saliksikan Series: Escalating Land Prices Affect Housing Programs
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 4-ePulong Saliksikan Series: A Look in China's Investment Perks
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 4-dFindings of DRD-Phase II Studies Out
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 4-cPhilippine Bureaucracy: In Search for the Right Formula for Effective Governance
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 4-b Enhancing the Use of Research
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 4-aCommunicating Policy Issues for Development
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 3-fUNCTAD Introduces MICAS
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 3-ePulong Saliksikan Series: PIDS to Start Economic Database System
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 3-dHealth Project Seminar Series Continues
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 3-cPulong Saliksikan Series: RP's Recent Trade Liberalization
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 3-bRural Industrialization Looking Beyond the Land Issue
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 3-aEO 8: Boon or Bane to the Corn-Livestock Industry?
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 2-eA Look at the Urban Problems, the Myths and Premises: Experts Present Framework of Urban Problematique Study
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 2-dPulong Saliksikan Series: FOCUS Soil Erosion, Investment Incentives
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 2-cProjecting for the ASEAN Economies: How the Neighbors will Fare
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 2-aThe APEX CGE Model of the Philippine Economy
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 1-cVolunteer for a Change
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 1-bPulong Saliksikan Series: PIDS Peers Forum Series Continues
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 1-aAttracting Foreign Direct Investment to the Philippines
DRN 1993 Vol. XI No. 2-b1993: Kindling New Hopes, Reviving Old Dreams
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 6-fThe Agri Structure: Finding Rooms for Improvement
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 6-eNon-enterprises and Land Reform: Sine Qua Non to Sustainable Growth
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 6-dPulong Saliksikan Series: Maximizing Mangroves the Indonesian Way
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 6-cGains from Conserving Natural Resources
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 6-bEast Asian Economic Success How to Become a Tiger
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 6-aPoverty: Finding the Whys
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 5-cThe LGC's Taxing and Revenue-generating Measures: Who Gains and Who Loses?
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 5-bLGUs Slice of Internal Revenue Allotment from the National Pie
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 5-aFiscal Decentralization and the Local Government Code of 1991
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 4-fDevelopment with a Human Face
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 4-eMIMAP Phase II Results
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 4-dWhere Mangroves are Concerned...
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 4-cThe 1992 World Development Report: Growth in the Midst of a Health Environment
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 4-bPulong Saliksikan Series: The Reality of IPRs for Global Economic Efficiency
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 4-aEmerging Financial Innovations
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 3-fSeries of Seminars on Health Care Financing
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 3-eTell-tales of the Micro Effects of Macro Policies
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 3-dIHHP Study Shows Link Between Health and Housing
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 3-cWaging Against Poverty
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 3-bSustainable Development: An International Perspective
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 3-aThe Greening of Trade
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 2-gTowards a Competitive Philippine Industry
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 2-fPulong Saliksikan Series: NIC Status Possible for the Philippines
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 2-eMaking Health Care Affordable for All
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 2-dIHHP Studies Stress Correct Pricing of Health Care
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 2-cAre Stock Markets Efficient?
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 2-bWhen Policies Affect Availability of Food
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 2-aA Review of the Remaining Regulated Commodities
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 1-ePulong Saliksikan Series: Improving the National Accounts
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 1-dStudies on Philippine Health Care Financing in Full Swing
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 1-cSymposium Presents Effects of Decentralization Efforts: LGUs take Center Stage
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 1-bAMO Project Bares ASEAN Economic Scenario for 1992-1993
DRN 1992 Vol. X No. 1-aImproving the National Accounts
DRN 1991 Vol. IX No. 6Philippine Economy is Poised to Gain in a Regional Cooperation Scheme
DRN 1991 Vol. IX No. 5Managing a Structural Reform Program: How the Indonesians Succeeded
DRN 1991 Vol. IX No. 4The Transportation Situation: How are we Coping?
DRN 1991 Vol. IX No. 3PS 2000: A Program for Renewed Vigor in the Civil Service
DRN 1991 Vol. IX No. 1Debt Relief in a Politicized Economy
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 6-iStudy Says Total Log Ban Not Economically Justifiable
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 6-hRegional Development Planning: Three Perspectives
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 6-gDOH-PIDS Tie-up Eyes an Expanded Health Care Financing
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 6-fExperts Talk on Debt Crisis, Economic Policy and Growth
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 6-eWhat is project Link?
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 6-dForum Assesses World Economy for the Next Century
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 6-cShould National Income be Corrected for Environment Losses?
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 6-bOn the Success of Policy Reform in Developing Countries
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 6-aASEAN Countries Aim Increased Participation in International Banking
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 5Deviations from Government Financial Accountability
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 4Rice Outlook: What it Takes to Feed the Filipinos
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 3-eBacani, Estanislao Urge Liberalization of Banking System
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 3-dWhat is GATT?
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 3-cUruguay Round Briefing Help for Philippine Legislators and Government Officials
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 3-bUpdate - Reestimation Shadow Prices
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 3-aThe Southeast Asian Economies: Issues and Prospects for the Next Decade
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 2-eSeminar Tackles Study on Fisheries and Aquatic Resources
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 2-dWorld Development Report 1989 Tells Developing Countries: Be Self-reliant
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 2-cPIDS-NEDA Macroeconometric Model; Version 1989 Reflects Current Realities in Developing Countries
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 2-bEconomic Policies for Sustainable Development Under Study
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 2-aIssues and Initiatives in Health Care
DRN 1990 Vol. VIII No. 1Economists Forecast Outlook of Philippine Economy for 1990-1991
DRN 1989 Vol. VII No. 6Study Shows Higher Savings Among Rural than Urban Areas
DRN 1989 Vol. VII No. 5 Educational Campaign Needed: Says Study on Use and Demand for Drugs
DRN 1989 Vol. VII No. 4Economics of the Environment: Issues in the Management of Pollution
DRN 1989 Vol. VII No. 3Housing: Addressing the Need
DRN 1989 Vol. VII No. 2Economic Recovery: Issues and Problems
DRN 1989 Vol. VII No. 1The Philippines in the Pacific Century: A Strategy for Development Diplomacy
DRN 1988 Vol. VI No. 6Economic and Environmental Aspects of Public Health
DRN 1988 Vol. VI No. 5The Philippine Tariff Reform Program: Is a Policy Reversal on Hand?
DRN 1988 Vol. VI No. 4Summaries of Several PIDS Research Studies
DRN 1988 Vol. VI No. 3ASEAN: Prospects for Regional Economic Cooperation
DRN 1988 Vol. VI No. 2Summaries of Several PIDS Research Studies
DRN 1988 Vol. VI No. 1The Implications of the Stock Market Crash and the Philippine Economy
DRN 1987 Vol. V No. 6 Science and Technology in National Economic Recovery and Growth
DRN 1987 Vol. V No. 5Media and Development
DRN 1987 Vol. V No. 4Measuring Productivity and Development
DRN 1987 Vol. V No. 3Agrarian Reform in the Philippines
DRN 1987 Vol. V No. 2The Management of External Debt
DRN 1987 Vol. V No. 1Industrial Peace: The Elusive Rara Avis
DRN 1986 Vol. IV No. 6Savings Mobilization in the Philippines: Focus on the Rural Sector
DRN 1986 Vol. IV No. 5Import Liberalization: Concepts and Issues
DRN 1986 Vol. IV No. 4The ESIA/WID Micro Component Project
DRN 1986 Vol. IV No. 3The ESIA/WID Macro Component Project
DRN 1986 Vol. IV No. 2Issues in Philippine Food and Nutrition Policy
DRN 1986 Vol. IV No. 1Recent Econometric Models in the Philippines
DRN 1985 Vol. III No. 6The Philippine Foreign Trade: Structure and Change
DRN 1985 Vol. III No. 5Policies and Research Issues on Energy in the Philippines: The 1980s
DRN 1985 Vol. III No. 4Philippine Public Enterprise in the 80s: Problems and Issues
DRN 1985 Vol. III No. 3 Agricultural Policies for Development
DRN 1985 Vol. III No. 2The Balance of Payments Crisis and the Economy
DRN 1985 Vol. III No. 1Summaries of Studies on Forest Resources Management
DRN 1984 Vol. II No. 1-12Summaries of Studies on Public Finance
DRN 1983 Vol. I No. 4&5Summaries of Studies on Population Development
DRN 1983 Vol. I No. 2&3Summaries of Studies on Agriculture and Philippine Development
DRN 1983 Vol. I No. 1Summaries of Studies on Money and Banking Sector
ACIAR 2006 Vol. II Nos. 1&2A Decade of Destruction from Seasonal Climatic Aberrations
ACIAR 2005 Vol. I No. 2Assessing Rainfall Variability in Philippine Study Sites: The Rainman Application
ACIAR 2005 Vol. I No. 1SCF Project Launch
		
		
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