Research interests and areas of specialization public economics labor economics macroeconomics
Educational background PhD Economics, University of the Philippines Diliman Fellowship in Economics, University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, USA) MA Applied Economics, University of the Philippines Diliman BA Interdisciplinary Studies, Ateneo de Manila University
Provinces and human development” in Philippine Human Development Report 2012. Human Development Network. Forthcoming.
The determinants and consequences of migrant remittances: a review of the literature. Submitted for publication in DLSU Business and Economics Review, 2011.
Enhancing human resources capacity building and preparing the workforce to revitalize economic growth. A study commissioned by TESDA, 2010.
Decentralization and prospects for regional growth (with Mario Lamberte, et al.) Book publication by the Philippine Institute for Development Studies, 1993.
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