Philippine Review of Economics

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 57, No 1 (2020)

Table of Contents


Clubs, Coase, and the role of government PDF
James Roumasset 1-17
The COVID-19 pandemic, remittances and financial inclusion in the Philippines PDF
Eiji Yamada, Satoshi Shimizutani, Enerelt Murakami 18-41
Forces of modernization and the welfare of rural households: a saga of a village in Central Luzon, 1977-2013 PDF
Francis Mark Quimba, Jonna Estudillo 42-70
By his words alone: the economic consequences of Rodrigo Duterte PDF
Elain Brianne Balderas, Alyanna Maria Belen Bernardo 71-100
The conditional altruist and the Samaritan’s dilemma PDF
Joselito Sescon 101-120
Forecasting Residential electricity demand in the Philippines using an Error Correction Model PDF
Angelo Gabrielle Santos 121-151
Then and now: analyzing Filipino youth education and work decisions following the 12 basic education reform PDF
Marianne Joy Vital 152-187

Upcoming issue: Volume 57, No 2 (2020)- Special Issue In Honor of Benito Legarda Jr.

Benito Legarda, Jr.: in his own words and an appreciation PDF
Gerardo Sicat 1-34
Dr. Benito Legarda, Jr. as economic diplomat PDF
Cesar Virata 35-45
Economist, historian, and patriot: Benito J. Legarda 1926-2020 PDF
Jeffrey Williamson 46-48
The nexus of nationalism and internationalism: the journey of a “diplomat” after the galleons PDF
Yusuke Takagi 49-68
The Bullinger Pool in Burma, 1921 to the mid-1930s PDF
Maria Serena Diokno 69-92
The BSP’s journey towards a progressive monetary policy framework PDF
Eloisa Glindro, Marites Oliva 93-115
Policy responses to shocks and monetary effectiveness under inflation targeting: The Philippine case PDF
Margarita Debuque-Gonzales 116-145
Global liquidity, global risk appetite, and the risk of credit and asset booms PDF
Maria Socorro Gochoco-Bautista 146-169
Optimal saving and sustainable foreign debt
Delano Villanueva, Roberto Mariano
Fighting COVID-19: patterns in international data
Roberto Mariano, Suleyman Ozmucur

Upcoming issue: Volume 58, Nos 1 & 2 (2021)- Special issue on the Covid19 Pandemic

Pandemic Threat, Ostrom Threshold and Pre-Emptive Public Goods: Why East Asia Performed Better
Raul Fabella
How influential are COVID-19 data points? A fresh look at an estimated small scale DSGE model for the Philippines
Lawrence Dacuycuy
Targeting the highly vulnerable households during strict lockdowns
Geoffrey Ducanes, Sarah Lynne Daway-Ducanes, Edita Tan
COVID-19 Pandemic and the implementation of UHC initiatives on NHIP financing: a look at financial viability and the burden of paying for NHIP Benefits
Carlos Antonio Tan Jr., Narisa Sugay, Maria Sylvia Nachura, Katrina Miradora, Abba Marie Moreno, Josefa Mina Nieva, Joyce Encluna
COVID-19 Pandemic and the households in Guimaras Province and Miagao,Iloilo Province: experience and responses
Louie Marie Eluriaga, Lylve Maliz Zeller, Gay Margarett Gange, Alice Ferrer
COVID-19, job loss, and underemployment: Who is affected?
Ma. Christina Epetia
Measuring the telework potential of jobs: Evidence from the International Standard Classification of Occupations
Ian Nicole Generalao
The Covid-19 outbreak and its impact on business establishments: a study on challenges and strategic approaches
Aurora Hidalgo, Viory Yvonne Janeo, Winston Conrad Padojinog, Cid Terosa, Peter Uc, Josef Yap
Coping and recovery strategies of MSMEs in the Laguna one year after COVID19
Emmanuel Genesis Andal, AL Bello, MAO Catelo
Covid-19 pandemic and the Philippine real estate property cycle: indications of bubble burst in the “new normal”?
Luisito Abueg, Christian Marvin Zamora, Leonard Nevin Correa
Transportation policy potholes: analyzing Metro Manila’s COVID-19 response
Cielo Magno, Kevin Daniel Quizon, Dante Gatmaytan