The Philippine Review of Economics is devoted to the publication of theoretical and empirical work in economic development. It welcomes papers about the Philippines and about other developing economics. It is also a forum for research findings that show the links of economics with other disciplines.
The PRE is a joint publication of the UP School of Economics (UPSE) and the Philippine Economic Society (PES).
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Vol 53, No 2 (2016)
Table of Contents
|Water, sanitation, and hygiene for child health: some evidence in support of public intervention in the Philippines|
|Joseph Capuno, Carlos Antonio Tan, Jr., Xylee Javier||1-27|
|Re-thinking market failure in the light of the imperfect state|
|Raul Fabella, Vigile Marie Fabella||28-46|
|An essay on schooling outcomes in the Philippines: the role of households, markets, and institutions|
|Ma. Laarni Revilla, Jonna Estudillo||47-65|
|Risk management and coping strategies: climate change and agriculture in the Philippines|
|Majah-Leah Ravago, James Roumasset, Karl Jandoc||66-104|
|Economic and political dynamics in Philippine development|
|Banana production and cooperatives in the Philippines: a structure for self-reliance of farmer growers under agrarian reform|