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PIDS Book 1982-03: Summaries of Completed Research Projects, Volume I

This volume summarizes the objectives, major findings and policy recommendations of the completed PIDS research projects. By disseminating information on these projects, PIDS hopes to contribute to the promotion of and cooperation in policy-oriented development research. Starting operations about three years and a half ago, PIDS has gradually evolved a research program which is addressed to the needs of development policy formulation and planning in the Philippines. More specifically, the objectives of this program are to provide a framework for planning and policy setting, to assess the effects of policies, programs and projects on the country’s development goals and thus assist in the conduct of policy reform as well as the program and project development/evaluation and finally to help in identifying strategies designed to cope with anticipated bottlenecks in the long run.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
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Manasan, Rosario G.; Santos, Teodoro M.; Tan, Edita A.; Power, John; Cariño, Ledivina V.; Herrin, Alejandro N.; Mangahas, Mahar; Estanislao, Jesus P.; Bautista, Romeo M.; delos Angeles, Marian S.; Alburo, Florian; Paderanga, Cayetano; Pernia, Ernesto M.; population and family relation; health sector; urbanization; industrial policies; poverty; public debt; monetary policy; public sector;
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