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CARP institutional assessment in a Post-2008 transition scenario: implications for Land Administration and Management (LAM)Philippine Institute for Development Studies, 2008The objective of this paper is to present the land administration and management (LAM) issues on CARP and determine the necessary institutional reforms on LAM in view of CARP expiration in 2008. The paper discussed the adverse effects brought about by weak land policy and poor land administration on attaining the objectives of CARP.Document
Benefit incidence analysis of public spending on education in the Philippines: a methodological notePhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2008Benefit incidence analysis (BIA) is a tool used to assess how tax policy or government subsidy affects the distribution of welfare in the population. In other words, it evaluates the distribution of government subsidies among different groups in the population, in particular, among different income groups. The methodology involved in benefit incidence approach is straightforward.Document
A review of the components of the medium-term national action agenda for productivity: An integrative reportPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2000DocumentPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2000Document
A review of the components of the medium-term national action agenda for productivity: industrial sectorPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2000The paper looks into the major factors which affect the efficiency of the product market in the Philippines. In particular, the paper examines the policy environment, which could induce better resource allocation, foster dynamic efficiency and thereby increase the productivity of the industrial sector.DocumentPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2010This paper examines the cost of implementing redistributive land reform in the Philippines. Land redistribution has become the core feature of land reform in the country since 1972 with the approval of PD 27. The coverage of the program was expanded to all agricultural lands under RA 6657 or CARL of 1988.DocumentPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2001This paper looks at public policy towards bank entry and branching in the Philippines and its impact on the sector's structure, conduct and performance. In particular, it argues that regulatory restrictions on bank entry and branching have had adverse effects on competition, while the liberalization of these restrictions have led to a more competitive banking sector.Document
Regional development in the Philippines: A review of experience, state of the art and agenda for research and actionPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2002Regional development policy and practice took significant transformations over the last five decades. Its relevance has been challenged in recent years by the new economic geography that emerged in view of globalisation and as most nations veer towards a more democratic and decentralised approach to plan and implement their various development activities.Document
Population growth and economic development in the Philippines: what has been the experience and what must be done?Philippine Institute for Development Studies, 1999The paper reviews the continuing debate on the interrelationships between population growth and economic development with particular attention to its relevance to Philippine socioeconomic development. The aim is to put the development history of the country in perspective so that a stronger resolve to address the population problem is established.DocumentPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2000This paper examines the total factor productivity performance (TFP) of the Philippines in the 1990s in order to provide a picture of the extent of the productivity concern that needs to be addressed in the Medium-Term National Action Agenda for Productivity, 2000-2004.