2014 Discussion Papers

Table of Contents


(DP 2014-01) Just how good is unemployment as a measure of welfare? A policy note Abstract PDF
Emmanuel S. de Dios, Katrina Dinglasan
(DP 2014-02) Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP): Time to Let Go Abstract PDF
Raul V. Fabella
(DP 2014-03) Time to let go of CARP? Not so fast Abstract PDF
Toby C. Monsod, Sharon A. Piza
(DP 2014-04) Rights and Capabilities: Reading the Philippines Magna Carta of Women from the Perspective of the Capabilities Approach Abstract PDF
Marina Durano
(DP 2014-05) The Impact of Philippines’ Conditional Cash Transfer Program on Consumption Abstract PDF
Melba V. Tutor
(DP 2014-06 R) Why Do People Leave Bequests? For Love or Self-Interest? Evidence from a New International Survey of Bequest Plans Abstract PDF
Charles Yuji Horioka
(DP 2014-07) The Role of Science, Technology and Research in Economic Development Abstract PDF
Ramon L. Clarete, Ernesto M. Pernia, Ammielou Gaduena, Adrian Mendoza
(DP 2014-08) Who Are Poor and Do They Remain Poor? Abstract PDF
Geoffrey M. Ducanes, Edita Abella Tan
(DP 2014-09) Population Management, RH Law, and Inclusivity Abstract PDF
Ernesto M. Pernia
(DP 2014-10) The Life and Work Of Martin Stuart (“Marty”) Feldstein Abstract PDF
Charles Horioka
(DP 2014-11) Beyond the remittances-driven economy: Notes as if the long run mattered Abstract PDF
Felipe M. Medalla, Raul V. Fabella, Emmanuel S. de Dios
(DP 2014-12) Evolutionary Economics and Household Behavior Abstract PDF
Charles Yuji Horioka
(DP 2014-13) The Piketty Inequality in the Nash-Bargained Social Contract Abstract PDF
Raul V. Fabella
(DP 2014-14) Exchange-Rate Overshooting: An Analysis for Intermediate Macro Abstract PDF
Fidelina B. Natividad-Carlos
(DP 2014-15) Improving Credit Access for the Food and Agriculture Sector through Enhanced Implementation of Existing Policies and New Strategies Abstract PDF
Gary B. Teves
(DP 2014-16) Remittances, informal loans, and assets as risk-coping mechanisms: Evidence from agricultural households in rural Philippines Abstract
Marjorie C. Pajaron