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AR 2004: PIDS Annual Report 2004

With almost 400 outputs to its name, the Institute defined productivity this year by coming out with more research studies, more publications, more seminars, and more media exposure. Numbers, in terms of outputs are nevertheless rendered inutile if they do not lead to reforms in mindsets and actual policy decisions. Which is why the Institute--and the research community--considers it a continuing challenge to be able to interact with key decisionmakers so that the latter can arrive at evidence-based policy decisions.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
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PIDS Research Information Staff; research; policy research;
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