LATEST PUBLICATIONS
AIM RSN PCC WP 2018-004
Mapping the 4IR At-Risk Workers in the Philippines
AIM RSN PCC WP 2018-003
Drivers of Philippine SME Competitiveness: Results of the 2018 SME Survey
AIM RSN PCC WP 2018-002
Federal Governments Around the World: A Comparative Perspective
AIM RSN PCC WP 2018-001
An Empirical Analysis of Decentralization and Poverty in the Philippines
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Dr. Jamil Paolo S. Francisco

Dr. Jamil Paolo S. Francisco is the executive director of the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) Rizalino S. Navarro Policy Center for Competitiveness. He is also a member of the AIM faculty, teaching business and international economics, strategy analysis, and environmental scanning.

As a researcher, he has published papers in various international peer-reviewed journals, including the Singapore Economic Review, the International Journal of Consumer Studies, The Southeast Asian Journal of Economics, the Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, and the Jamba Journal of Disaster Risk Studies. Francisco obtained his graduate and undergraduate degrees from the Ateneo de Manila University. In 2014, he completed the Global Colloquium on Participant-Centered Learning at the Harvard Business School.

For other publications by Dr. Francisco, simply type "Francisco" in the search box of the SERP-P website.

Check out his publications below:





AIM RSN PCC WP 2017-009  Firm Creation and the Ease and Cost of Doing Business
AIM RSN PCC WP 2017-007  An Empirical Analysis of SME and Large Business Linkages: Evidence from the Philippines
AIM RSN PCC WP 2017-006  Leveraging Competition Policy for SME Development and Shared Prosperity
AIM RSN PCC 2017-003  Assessment of the Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) Industry in the Philippines
AIM RSN PCC 2017-002  Fear of Crime and Saving Behavior
AIM RSN PCC 2017-001  Reassessing Fear of Crime: The Role of Broad Insecurities
AIM RSN PCC WP 2016-002  IT-BPO in the Philippines: A Driver of Shared Prosperity?
AIM RSN PCC WP 2016-001  The State of Shared Prosperity in the Philippines