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Author Clarete, Ramon L.
Title The Philippine Economy : No Longer the East Asian Exception?
Imprint SG : ISEAS - Yusof Ishak Institute, 2018.

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Author Clarete, Ramon L.
Subject Poverty -- Philippines.
Urbanization -- Philippines.
Education -- Philippines.
Public health -- Philippines.
Energy security -- Philippines.
Investments -- Philippines.
Philippines -- Economic conditions -- 1946-1986.
Philippines -- Economic conditions -- 1986-
Philippines -- Politics and government -- 1986-
Alt Name Esguerra, Emmanuel F.
Hill, Hal, 1948-
Description 1 online resource (476 pages)
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Contents Intro; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Foreword by Arsenio M. Balisacan; Preface; About the Contributors; 1. The Philippine Economy: An Overview by Ramon L. Clarete, Emmanuel F. Esguerra and Hal Hill; 2. Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction by Ramon L. Clarete; 3. Infrastructure and Urbanization by Arturo G. Corpuz; 4. Education and Training by Winfred Villamil; 5. Universal Health Coverage, Health Security and Resilient Health Systems by Eduardo Banzon and Beverly Lorraine Ho.
6. Environmental Resources, Shocks and National Well-Being by James Roumasset, Majah-Leah Ravago, Karl Robert Jandoc and Clarisa Arellano7. Energy: Power Security and Competitiveness by Majah-Leah Ravago, Raul Fabella, Ruperto Alonzo, Rolando Danao and Dennis Mapa; 8. Development Finance by Gilberto M. Llanto; 9. Governance and Institutions by Ronald U. Mendoza and Rosechin Olfindo; Index.
Summary In this volume, a leading group of scholars pose the question, has the Philippine economy rejoined the dynamic East Asian mainstream and, if so, what set of policies and priorities are required to maintain the strong economic momentum of recent years? Successive chapters address issues related to growth and poverty, infrastructure and urbanization, education, health, the environment, energy, development finance, and governance and institutions. The book has been written with a broad audience in mind. First and foremost it is for readers in, and interested in, this fascinating and important cou.
ISBN 9789814786621
OCLC # 1059417661
Additional Format Print version: Clarete, Ramon L. Philippine Economy : No Longer the East Asian Exception? SG : ISEAS - Yusof Ishak Institute, 2018 9789814786508.

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