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How oil prices impact fiscal regimes
Carole Nakhle / Lebanese Center for Policy Studies 2016
Markets largely dictate how the relationship between international oil companies and host states will play out, with governments attempting to ensure they receive a ‘fair share’ of petroleum revenues. But with no clear defin...
Taking back the seas: prospects for Africa's blue economy
O.C. Ruppel; D.J. Biam / Institute for Security Studies 2016
The discussion of Africa’s so-called blue economy rose to the top of African leaders’ agenda when African union (Au) members started a campaign for a continent-wide renaissance of the African maritime domain. Cabota...
G-20 development agenda and african priorities: an update
C. Grant Makokera / South African Institute of International Affairs 2016
The G-20 has come to be seen as one of the world’s most important gatherings for the discussion of a range of issues broadly related to global economic governance. While the G-20 is significantly more representative of developing...
Exchange is no change
Peter Lee U / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2000
With the continuing and seemingly unabated increase in the prices of oil and oil products, the clamor for government to do something to alleviate the situation has escalated. Amidst this clamor, the proposal to create a National Oil E...
Implementing the AFTA-CEPT scheme: will the Philippine automotive industry survive?
R.A.M. Aldaba / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2000
Years of government protection, regulation and promotion through high tariffs, local content scheme and import restrictions have made the Philippine automotive industry one of the most protected, consequently leading to its inability,...
Oil deregulation
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2000
The ordinary Filipino driver recently faced a minor dilemma: Where to gas up? Before, there were only three choices, namely, Petron, Shell and Caltex. Now, new companies like Flying V and Seaoil surfaced in the gasoline arena, each pr...
Preferential rules of origin for the Japan-Philippine economic partnership: issues and prospects
G. Manzano / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2004
The design of rules of origin (ROO) in preferential trade agreements is critical because to the extent that it determines which products are eligible for trade preferences, it influences the magnitude of economic benefits arising from...
Determinants of individual trade policy preference in the Philippines
G.O. Pasadilla; C.M. Liao / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2004
In a democratic country, economic policies succeed or fail depending on its political support. Open trade policies that were initiated and accepted years ago, in particular, can be reversed, within the limits of the country’s in...
Competition policy and regulation in power and telecommunications
E.E. Patalinghug; G.M. Llanto / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2005
Following the global trend in using private sector participation in infrastructure financing and development, the Philippines has largely utilized privatization as a major approach to the development of infrastructure, particularly in...
The impact of market reforms on competition, structure and performance of the Philippine economy
R.M. Aldaba / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2005
The paper studies the impact of trade liberalization on competition and productivity. Competition is the main channel through which trade liberalization affects economic performance. Competition fosters innovation and technology adopt...
Items 1 to 10 of 159

Items 1 to 10 of 159

How oil prices impact fiscal regimes
Carole Nakhle / Lebanese Center for Policy Studies 2016
Markets largely dictate how the relationship between international oil companies and host states will play out, with governments attempting to ensure they receive a ‘fair share’ of petroleum revenues. But with no clear defin...
Taking back the seas: prospects for Africa's blue economy
O.C. Ruppel; D.J. Biam / Institute for Security Studies 2016
The discussion of Africa’s so-called blue economy rose to the top of African leaders’ agenda when African union (Au) members started a campaign for a continent-wide renaissance of the African maritime domain. Cabota...
G-20 development agenda and african priorities: an update
C. Grant Makokera / South African Institute of International Affairs 2016
The G-20 has come to be seen as one of the world’s most important gatherings for the discussion of a range of issues broadly related to global economic governance. While the G-20 is significantly more representative of developing...
Exchange is no change
Peter Lee U / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2000
With the continuing and seemingly unabated increase in the prices of oil and oil products, the clamor for government to do something to alleviate the situation has escalated. Amidst this clamor, the proposal to create a National Oil E...
Implementing the AFTA-CEPT scheme: will the Philippine automotive industry survive?
R.A.M. Aldaba / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2000
Years of government protection, regulation and promotion through high tariffs, local content scheme and import restrictions have made the Philippine automotive industry one of the most protected, consequently leading to its inability,...
Oil deregulation
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2000
The ordinary Filipino driver recently faced a minor dilemma: Where to gas up? Before, there were only three choices, namely, Petron, Shell and Caltex. Now, new companies like Flying V and Seaoil surfaced in the gasoline arena, each pr...
Preferential rules of origin for the Japan-Philippine economic partnership: issues and prospects
G. Manzano / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2004
The design of rules of origin (ROO) in preferential trade agreements is critical because to the extent that it determines which products are eligible for trade preferences, it influences the magnitude of economic benefits arising from...
Determinants of individual trade policy preference in the Philippines
G.O. Pasadilla; C.M. Liao / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2004
In a democratic country, economic policies succeed or fail depending on its political support. Open trade policies that were initiated and accepted years ago, in particular, can be reversed, within the limits of the country’s in...
Competition policy and regulation in power and telecommunications
E.E. Patalinghug; G.M. Llanto / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2005
Following the global trend in using private sector participation in infrastructure financing and development, the Philippines has largely utilized privatization as a major approach to the development of infrastructure, particularly in...
The impact of market reforms on competition, structure and performance of the Philippine economy
R.M. Aldaba / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2005
The paper studies the impact of trade liberalization on competition and productivity. Competition is the main channel through which trade liberalization affects economic performance. Competition fosters innovation and technology adopt...
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