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PJD 2017 Vol. 44 No. 1x: Philippine Journal of Development 2017, No. 1

This volume of the Philippine Journal of Development revisits some of the government policies specifically designed for those in the margins, namely, the farmers, rural poor, and the children. The first article tackles the varied prices of urea fertilizer across the regions of the Philippines, while the second article presents the chronic food poverty in rural areas and its association with weather condition in the area. Completing this volume are studies on social protection and healthcare coverage among the Filipino children and the impact of foreign linkages on innovation activity of manufacturing firms in CALABARZON.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
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Various Authors; social protection; health care; manufacturing; weather variability; food poverty; urea; fertilizer market; firm innovation;
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