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Public Expenditure Review of Social Protection Programs in the Philippines
(Philippine Institute for Development Studies, 2021-01-28)
In a developing country such as the Philippines, social protection is crucial in providing support to the poor and vulnerable. There has been recent progress in the design and delivery of social protection programs, owing largely to a more coherent ...
Regional Analysis of the Philippine Services Sector
(Philippine Institute for Development Studies, 2021-05-26)
The services sector is composed of a diverse range of services, including retail and business services, education, and health, among others. Some services are used as inputs in production, while others have direct impacts on human capital development. ...
Process Evaluation of the Performance-Based Bonus Scheme
(Philippine Institute for Development Studies, 2021-05-06)
Since the adoption of the Performance‑Based Bonus (PBB) scheme in 2012, its effectiveness, particularly its impact on agencies’ reform efforts and public sector employees’ motivation and productivity, has not been examined. The Department of Budget and ...
‘Starting Where the Children Are’: Process Evaluation of the Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education Program Implementation
(Philippine Institute for Development Studies, 2021-04-20)
The primary rationale of the Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE) program is to start where the children are, which means building upon what children already know.1 It is designed to implement a learner-centered education from the ...
Toward an Inclusive Social Insurance Coverage in the Philippines: Examining Gender Disparities
(Philippine Institute for Development Studies, 2021-07-15)
The Philippines, a country prone to natural calamities and vulnerable to economic fluctuations, has much to accomplish in improving workers’ access to social protection. A focus on women’s access to social protection programs is crucial because of their ...
The 4th Philippine Graduate Tracer Study: Examining Higher Education as a Pathway to Employment, Citizenship, and Life Satisfaction from the Learner’s Perspective
(Philippine Institute for Development Studies, 2021-06-28)
A graduate tracer survey (GTS) collects data on the graduate’s college experience—skills learned and quality of instruction—and how it relates to employability. A GTS can illuminate the relationship between college experience and labor market outcomes, ...