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DRN 2019 Vol. 37 No. 4: Poor global health financing hurts PH, rest of ASEAN

The last issue of the Development Research News this 2019 features the highlights of the fifth Annual Public Policy Conference (APPC), zeroing in on the challenges related to the emerging New Globalization, also known as Globalization 4.0. The banner article specifically captures one of the key messages of the APPC, that is, the Philippines, together with the rest of middle-income countries, is under threat due to poor investments in global health. Also included are PIDS studies on housing, rice tariffication, small and medium enterprises, and senior citizens. Completing this issue is an article on smart cities, which can be a potent tool to address the issues arising with the advent of the New Globalization.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
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PIDS Research Information Staff; Salazar, Christine Ruth P.; global public goods; globalization; global value chain; Annual Public Policy Conference; rice tariffication; SMEs; BIMP-EAGA; inequality; blockchain; senior citizen; social pension; digitization; global health financing; globotics; socialized housing; smart city;
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