DP 2020-20
Review of Indigenous Peoples Policy and Institutional Grounding
DP 2020-19
Looking at Local Government Resilience through Network Data Envelopment Analysis
DLSU-AKI Policy Brief, Volume XIII, No. 6.
Recommending a patient-level study to confirm that BCG vaccination accounts for the relatively low COVID-19 mortality rate in the Philippines.
DLSU-AKI Policy Brief, Volume XIII, No. 5.
Learning with friends: A rational view of remote learning with network externalities in the time of Covid-19.
Institutions / Organizations Details

Foreign Service Institute (FSI)

Head of Institution: Ambassador Claro Suarez Cristobal
Roxas Blvd., Pasay City
Representative Library / Publications
Name JOVITO JOSE P. KATIGBAK Maria Luz S. Verdejo
Phone 834-3617 N/A

Latest Publications
FSI FI 2016-2 Philippine Cultural Diplomacy: Unraveling its Full Potential

FSI FI 2016-3 Toward a Disaster-Resilient Region: Examining US-ASEAN Cooperation on Disaster Management under the Obama Administration

FSI CC 2016-6  An Inclusive Growth Agenda for the Philippines 

FSI CC 2016-11 Globalizing MSMEs via B2B E-Commerce: Considerations for the Philippines

FSI CC 2016-12 Public Diplomacy and Nation Branding: Is There a Need to Establish a Philippine National Branding Council?

FSI CC 2016-13 A Decade of North Korea’s Nuclear Tests and the Failure of Sanctions Regime

FSI FI 2016-1 China Could and Should Learn a Lesson or Two from Africa in the Area of Peaceful Dispute Settlement

FSI CC 2016-8 Implications of the Philippines-Australia Comprehensive Partnership

FSI CC 2016-14 From Managing Disasters to Managing Risks: Key Efforts in the Philippines

FSI CC 2016-3 Prioritizing The Protection Of Civilians In The Middle East

FSI WPS 2016-1 The West Philippine Sea Arbitration Update VIII

FSI CC 2016-5 The Concept of Self-Defense in International Law and the South China Sea

FSI CC 2016-7 The Contest for International Support on the South China Sea Disputes

FSI WPS 2016-2 The West Philippine Sea Arbitration Update IX

FSI CC 2016-9 Deliberate, Not Desparate: The Philippines' National Security Strategy on the West Philippine Sea