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Mapping the 4IR At-Risk Workers in the Philippines
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Drivers of Philippine SME Competitiveness: Results of the 2018 SME Survey
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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. Jose Ramon G. Albert

Dr. Jose Ramon G. Albert is a senior research fellow at the Philippine Institute for Development Studies. He was the secretary-general of the National Statistical Coordination Board from 2012 to 2014. He was also the training chief of the Statistical Research and Training Center, the research and training arm of the Philippine Statistical System, from 2005 to 2007, and research chief from 1999 to 2005 of the same office. He was also a former adjunct faculty member of the Stephen Zuellig Graduate School of Development Management. Dr. Albert holds a PhD in Statistics from Stony Brook University in New York, USA, where he got his master's degree also in Statistics. His areas of expertise include poverty measurement and diagnostics, agricultural statistics, education statistics, survey design, data mining, and statistical analysis of missing data.



PN 2017-09  Do Men and Women in the Philippines Have Equal Economic Opportunities?
DP 2017-20  National Accounts and Household Survey Estimates of Household Expenditures: Why Do They Differ and Why Should We Be Concerned?
DP 2017-11  What Does ASEAN Mean to ASEAN Peoples? (The Philippine Case)
DP 2016-39  Trends in Out-of-School Children and Other Basic Education Statistics
PN 2011-17  Why some Firms Innovate and Why others Do not
DP 2016-16  Examining Trends in ICT Statistics: How Does the Philippines Fare in ICT?