PIDS 2014 and Beyond Issues

The Research Paper Series are the final outputs of the research staff. The Series is a formal publication meant to promote research, stimulate discussion and encourage the use of study results. Studies published under this Series have been reviewed by an internal publications review committee and by external referees. Studies are original and have not been published in any form and contain the rationale, framework, methodology, conclusions or recommendations and other relevant information.

-Republic of the Philippines, PIDS


RPS 2014-02

Choke Points and Opportunities in the Supply Chain of ASEAN Agricultural Products: A Philippine Country Study




RPS 2014-01

Regional Integration, Inclusive Growth, and Poverty: Enhancing Employment Opportunities for the Poor





RPS 2013-02

The ASEAN Economic Community and the Philippines: Implementation, Outcomes, Impacts, and Ways Forward





RPS 2013-01

An Assessment of TESDA Scholarship Programs







RPS 2011-01

Rice that Filipinos Grow and Eat








RPS 2010-01

Reforming Social Protection Policy: Responding to the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond






RPS 2008-03

Rice in theFilipino Diet and Culture








RPS 2008-02

Rice Production Practices








RPS 2008-01

Rice and Philippine Politics








RPS 2007-04

Competition Policy and Regulation in Ports and Shipping








RPS 2007-03

FDI Investment Incentive System and FDI Inflows: The Philippine Experience







RPS 2007-02

An Initial Verdict on Our Fight Against Poverty








RPS 2007-01

The Impact of ASEAN-China FTA Early Harvest Program: The Case of the Philippines with Focus on Short-Run Effects on the Agriculture Sector






RPS 2006-03

The Philippine Hybrid Rice Program: A Case for Redesign and Scaling Down








RPS 2006-02

Innovations in Microfinance in Southeast Asia







RPS 2006-01

Rural Finance and Microfinance Development in Transition Countries in Southeast and East Asia






RPS 2005-01

Experience of Crisis-Hit Asian Countries: Do Asset Management Companies Increase Moral Hazard?



RPS 2003-01

Exchange Rate Policy in Philippine Development


RPS 2003-02

Philippine Domestic Shipping Transport Industry: State of Competition and Market Structure


RPS 2003-04

The Philippine Innovation System: Structure and Characteristics



RPS 2002-06

Governance in Southeast Asia: Issues and Options


RPS 2002-04

Technological Innovations in Japan and S&T Experiences in the Philippines: Drawing Policy Lessons for the Philippines


RPS 2002-03

Trade Reforms, Income Distribution and Welfare: The Philippine Case