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Philippine Review of Economics Vol. 58 No. 1-2


Various Authors


  • Pandemic Threat, Ostrom Threshold and pre-emptive public goods: why East Asia performed better in the COVID-19 crisis by Raul V. Fabella
  • How influential are COVID-19 data points? A fresh look at an estimated small scale DSGE model for the Philippines by Lawrence B. Dacuycuy
  • Targeting ‘highly vulnerable’ households during strict lockdowns by Geoffrey Ducanes, Sarah Lynne Daway-Ducanes and Edita Tan
  • COVID-19, job loss, and underemployment: who is affected? by Ma. Christina F. Epetia
  • Measuring the telework potential of jobs: evidence from the International Standard Classification of Occupations by Ian Nicole A. Generalao
  • Life in the times of the COVID-19 pandemic: the experiences and responses of households in Guimaras and Miagao, Iloilo by Louie Marie Eluriaga et al.
  • National Health Insurance Program financing during the COVID-19 pandemic: financial viability and the burden of paying for NHIP benefits by Carlos Antonio Tan Jr. et al.
  • The COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on business establishments: a study on challenges and strategic approaches by Aurora G. Hidalgo et al.
  • Disruptions in global value chains due to COVID-19: stylized facts and policy lessons by Adrian R. Mendoza
  • Coping and recovery strategies of MSMEs in the Laguna one year after COVID19 by Emmanuel Genesis Andal, Amelia L. Bello and Ma. Angeles O. Catelo
  • COVID-19 pandemic and the Philippine real estate property cycle: indications of bubble and burst in the “new normal”? by Luisito C. Abueg, Christian Marvin B. Zamora and Leonard Nevin V. Correa
  • Transportation policy potholes: analyzing Metro Manila’s COVID-19 response by Cielo Magno, Kevin Daniel Quizon and Dante Gatmaytan

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