DLSU-AKI Policy Brief, Volume XII, No. 5
Assessing the Potential Impacts of Reducing Philippine Corporate Income Tax and Reforming Sectoral Incentives on Poverty and Employment
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ISPPS WP 2000-01: Does the Philippine Economy Suffer from HIV/AIDS? An Alternative View

The study shows why the alternative policy – improving an industry’s productivity performance which may or may not include rice production, might be more relevant to the Philippine’s development problems. The paper hypothesizes that the collapse of the private incorporated sector of the economy in the 1983-1985 crises was the result of a lack of technological competence within the majority of the Philippine industries. This resulted in industries being unable to respond successfully to changing levels of national activity resulting in the accelerating decline of productivity in the second half of the 70s and early 80s.

UPLB Center for Strategic Planning and Policy Studies
Authors Keywords
Little, Francis Melville; health sector; health care; health practices; health management; health program;
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