LATEST PUBLICATIONS
PIDS Book 2021-01
Revitalizing Philippine Irrigation: A Systems and Governance Assessment for the 21st Century
DP 2020-59
Giving Cash to the Poor: A Study of Pantawid Pamilya Cash Grants Generosity, Frequency, and Modality
DP 2020-58
Exploring the Feasibility of Content Analysis in Understanding International Cooperation in APEC
DP 2020-57
Correlates of Test Performance of 15-year-old Students in the Philippines: Evidence from PISA
Institutions / Organizations Details

Foreign Service Institute (FSI)

Head of Institution: Ambassador Claro Suarez Cristobal
Roxas Blvd., Pasay City
www.fsi.gov.ph
Representative Library / Publications
Name JOVITO JOSE P. KATIGBAK Maria Luz S. Verdejo
Email jovito_katigbak04@yahoo.com.ph msverdejo@fsi.gov.ph; library@fsi.gov.ph
Phone 834-3617 N/A

Latest Publications
FSI CC 2018-1 The Philippines' ASEAN Chairmanship: Gains and Missed Opportunities

FSI SA 2018-1 Sharing ASEAN March 2018

FSI FI 2018-1 Is The Philippines Heading Towards a Social Market Economy? Lessons from Germany

FSI CC 2018-9 Basel III Implementation and MSME Lending: A Tight Balancing Act

FSI CC 2018-4 Japan’s Security Policy and Relations: Clearing the “Nuclear Clouds” in the Korean Peninsula

FSI CC 2018-7 Finding Opportunities in Japan’s Aging Population

FSI FI 2018-3 China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Implications for the Philippines

FSI CC 2018-2 Central Asia and the Belt and Road Initiative: Considerations for the Philippines

FSI CC 2018-6 The Indo-Pacific Construct in Australia’s White Papers: Reflections for ASEAN-Australia Future Strategic Partnership

FSI CC 2018-10 The Challenges to Australia's ASEAN Membership

FSI CC 2018-5 Considerations on the Legal Approach to Dispute Settlement: The Philippine Experience with the South China Sea Arbitration

FSI CC 2018-3 Does the Philippines Need the EU’s GSP?

FSI CC 2018-8 How Does Germany's New Coalition Government Affect the Philippines?

FSI FI 2018-2 Shared, Yet Different Responsibilities in Nuclear Disarmament

FSI CC 2018-11 Bridging the Infrastructure Investment Gap Through Foreign Aid: A Briefer on Chinese ODA