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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
Institutions / Organizations Details

Agricultural Credit Policy Council (ACPC)

Head of Institution: Jocelyn Alma R. Badiola
3/F Agustin I Bldg., Emerald Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City 1605
www.acpc.da.gov.ph
Representative Library / Publications
Name Mary Veronica P. Santos and Emmalyn Guinto N/A
Email ejguinto@acpc.gov.ph; maryveronicasantos@gmail.com N/A
Phone 634-3320 N/A

Latest Publications
ACPC MS 2004-03 Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs): Issues, Policies, and Impact on Agricultural Economy

ACPC MS 2004-01 RURAL CREDIT BUREAU: "A Road Map to Rural Development Thru Accessible and Regulated Credit Delivery"(

ACPC MS 2003-05 Senate Bill No. 2553: Bane or Boon

ACPC MS 2003-04 THE AGRI-AGRA LAW (PD717): A Review of Its Performance

ACPC MS 2003-03 Small farmer and fisherfolk borrowing up, further at 64% in 2002

ACPC MS 2003-02 The ACPC Institution Building Program

ACPC MS 2002-05 The ACPC Institution Building Program

ACPC MS 2003-01 Innovative Financing Schemes (IFS): Are we on the right track?

ACPC MS 2002-06 Enhancing Program Coordination Government Institutions involved in Agriculture and Fisheries Finance

ACPC MS 2002-04 ACPC Position on the Proposed Farmer's Trust System

ACPC MS 2002-03 The Fisheries Sector Program (FSP) Credit Component - Another Look at Its Impact

ACPC MS 2002-02 How Will Farmer's Borrowing Respond to an Increase in Crop Insurance Premiums?

ACPC MS 2001-05 ACPC: A Catalyst in Rural Finance Policy Reforms

ACPC MS 2001-04 A Brief on the Issue of Agricultural Lands as Loan Collateral

ACPC MS 2001-03 An Analysis of Quedancor's Financial Condition