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Public stockpiling of rice in Asia Pacific
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies 2016
The public stockpiling of staple grains is one of the earliest strategies used to mitigate food supply instability. After many millennia, it remains an important aspect, if not the cornerstone of many national food policies around the...
How much “mega” in the mega- regional TPP and TTIP: implications for developing countries
K. Elliott / Center for Global Development, USA 2016
The researcher suggests there is no question that the “mega-regional” trade deals in the Pacific and across the Atlantic are big and that if completed and implemented, they will cover a large portion of global trade and in...
Revisiting RP's Hybrid Rice Program
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2005
The United Nations General Assembly declared 2004 the International Year of the Rice (IYR). The IYR is a venue to promote improved production and development of sustainable rice-based systems that will contribute to environmental cons...
International trade patterns and trade policies in the Philippine fisheries
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2000
The Philippines is as a net exporter of fish and products while negative trade balance prevails in other land-based production systems, such as agriculture and forestry. The balance of trade in fisheries remains positive but at a decl...
How effective are our postharvest facilities?
N.M. Manalili; K.F. Yaptenco; A.A. Manilay / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2015
Losses from postharvest are one of the most common problems in agriculture. This Policy Note summarizes the key findings of an evaluation of postharvest facilities (PHFs) in the Philippines. The study looked into the effectiveness of ...
The impact of Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) on the crop sector
M.P.S. Geron / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 1994
Several studies have shown that land reform has a positive impact on rice and corn productivity. However, the same cannot be said in sugar and coconut areas. This paper attempts to verify the effect of the implementation of CARP on th...
Prospects and problems of expanding trade with Japan: a survey of Philippine exporters
R. Palanca-Tan / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2004
This paper looks at firm-level factors that affect Philippine exports to Japan with the main objective of recommending provisions for the proposed Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement (JPEPA) that will enable existing and ...
Toward a Philippine-Japan economic cooperation in agriculture
A.L. Bello; Z.M. Sumalde; C.L.L. Vega / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2004
Next to the United States of America, Japan is the second major trade partner of the Philippines. Japan is its top market for bananas, pineapples as well as mangoes and fresh tuna and shrimps. The present initiative to institute a Phi...
Food policy: Its role in price stability and food security
C.C. David / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 1997
Due to the increase in prices of basic agricultural commodities in 1995, food price stability and food security emerged as a major policy concern in the Philippines. This paper argues that the sharp increases in prices of rice; largel...
Strategies for promoting the agro-food exports of Panama: lessons from Korean experiences
Korea Development Institute 2012
During the recent decade, Panamanian economy has been maintaining healthier economic fundamental under the high annual growth rate, low level unemployment, stable inflation etc. than other Latin American countries. This sane economic ...
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Items 1 to 10 of 346

Public stockpiling of rice in Asia Pacific
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies 2016
The public stockpiling of staple grains is one of the earliest strategies used to mitigate food supply instability. After many millennia, it remains an important aspect, if not the cornerstone of many national food policies around the...
How much “mega” in the mega- regional TPP and TTIP: implications for developing countries
K. Elliott / Center for Global Development, USA 2016
The researcher suggests there is no question that the “mega-regional” trade deals in the Pacific and across the Atlantic are big and that if completed and implemented, they will cover a large portion of global trade and in...
Revisiting RP's Hybrid Rice Program
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2005
The United Nations General Assembly declared 2004 the International Year of the Rice (IYR). The IYR is a venue to promote improved production and development of sustainable rice-based systems that will contribute to environmental cons...
International trade patterns and trade policies in the Philippine fisheries
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2000
The Philippines is as a net exporter of fish and products while negative trade balance prevails in other land-based production systems, such as agriculture and forestry. The balance of trade in fisheries remains positive but at a decl...
How effective are our postharvest facilities?
N.M. Manalili; K.F. Yaptenco; A.A. Manilay / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2015
Losses from postharvest are one of the most common problems in agriculture. This Policy Note summarizes the key findings of an evaluation of postharvest facilities (PHFs) in the Philippines. The study looked into the effectiveness of ...
The impact of Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) on the crop sector
M.P.S. Geron / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 1994
Several studies have shown that land reform has a positive impact on rice and corn productivity. However, the same cannot be said in sugar and coconut areas. This paper attempts to verify the effect of the implementation of CARP on th...
Prospects and problems of expanding trade with Japan: a survey of Philippine exporters
R. Palanca-Tan / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2004
This paper looks at firm-level factors that affect Philippine exports to Japan with the main objective of recommending provisions for the proposed Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement (JPEPA) that will enable existing and ...
Toward a Philippine-Japan economic cooperation in agriculture
A.L. Bello; Z.M. Sumalde; C.L.L. Vega / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2004
Next to the United States of America, Japan is the second major trade partner of the Philippines. Japan is its top market for bananas, pineapples as well as mangoes and fresh tuna and shrimps. The present initiative to institute a Phi...
Food policy: Its role in price stability and food security
C.C. David / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 1997
Due to the increase in prices of basic agricultural commodities in 1995, food price stability and food security emerged as a major policy concern in the Philippines. This paper argues that the sharp increases in prices of rice; largel...
Strategies for promoting the agro-food exports of Panama: lessons from Korean experiences
Korea Development Institute 2012
During the recent decade, Panamanian economy has been maintaining healthier economic fundamental under the high annual growth rate, low level unemployment, stable inflation etc. than other Latin American countries. This sane economic ...
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SAIS China Africa Research Initiative
The China Africa Research Initiative (CARI) is based at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. It works in promoting research, conducting evidence-based analysis, fostering collaboration, and training future leaders to better understand the economic and political dimensions of China-Africa relations and their implications for human security and global development.
Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) (FFA)
The FFA is an organisation set up to provide expert fisheries management and development advice and services to member countries. There are 16 country members and one territory member from the western and central Pacific region. FFA was formed 26 years ago under an international convention and is based in Honiara, Solomon Islands. The WWW site provides access to a number of fisheries-re...
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