Jesus C Dumagan firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Research interests and areas of specialization applied microeconomics productivity analysis energy economics applied econometrics
Educational background PhD Applied Economics, Cornell University (Ithaca, New York, USA) MA Economics, University of Minnesota (Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA) BA History, University of Southern Philippines (Cebu, Philippines)
Effects of relative prices on contributions to the level and growth of real GDP. Manila: Angelo King Institute for Economic and Business Studies, De La Salle University, Working Paper Series Number 2016-036 (May), 2016 (funded by an AKI Research Grant; earlier version presented at the DLSU Research Congress, March 7-9, 2016).
Dissecting aggregate output and labour productivity change: A postscript on the role of relative prices (with BM Balk). Journal of Productivity Analysis, Volume 45 no. 1, 2016 (first published online 5 February 2015, DOI 10.1007/s11123-015-0433-3).
Total factor productivity growth in Philippine agriculture (with RG Teruel). Chapter 8 in Productivity Growth in Philippine Agriculture, RM Briones, MA Sombilla, and AM Balisacan (Eds), 2014.
A generalized exactly additive decomposition of aggregate labor productivity growth.Review of Income and Wealth, Volume 59 no.1, 2013.
Decomposing growth in revenues and costs into price, quantity, and total factor productivity contributions (with VE Ball). Applied Economics, Volume 41 no. 23, 2009.
Avoiding anomalies of GDP in constant prices by conversion to chained prices: Accentuating shifts in Philippine economic transformation.Philippine Journal of Development, Volume 35 no. 2, 2008.
Economic impacts: The growing use of information technology in infrastructure industries (with D Henry). pp. 155-178 in Digital Infrastructures: Enabling Civil and Environmental Systems Through Information Technology, R Zimmerman and T Horan (Eds), New York: Routledge, 2004.
Industry level effects of information technology use on overall productivity (with G Gill and C Ingram) in Digital Economy 2003, Washington, DC: Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 2003.
Comparing the superlative Tornqvist and Fisher ideal indexes.Economics Letters, Volume 76 no. 2, 2002.
Approximating compensated income from ordinary demand functions (with TD Mount). Economics Letters, Volume 55 no. 2, 1997.
Global properties of well-behaved demand systems: A generalized logit model specification (with TD Mount). Economic Modelling, Volume 3 no. 2, 1996.
U.S. Trends in Eating Away From Home, 1982-89 (with J Hackett), Washington, DC: Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Bulletin Number 926 (December), 1995.
Welfare effects of improving end-use efficiency: Theory and applications to residential energy demand (with TD Mount). Resource and Energy Economics, Volume 15 no. 2, 1993.
Measuring the consumer welfare effects of carbon penalties: Theory and applications to household energy demand (with TD Mount). Energy Economics, Volume 14 (April), 1992.
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