Inclusive Growth

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Fifteen Minutes of Progress By Krishna Magallanes If you’re an Atenean who comes from outside the thresholds of the bustling, big-city life of Manila, then questions like “do you have wifi in the where you’re from?” and “if you’re from the province, why are you white?” may have been directed at you more than just […]

Valentine’s In August Through the Years

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By Bernice Halili Valentine’s in August (VIA) is the longest-running project of the Ateneo Economics Association, having been around for more than 30 years. As the name suggests, VIA is an annual bazaar that takes place in August. As per tradition, large quantities of roses are sold during this week-long event, which seeks to create […]

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AEA’s Research and Development Department is proud to present it’s first instalment for Econ Word Wednesdays! Week 1: Malthusian Theory Infographic by Gab Mesina and Riane Yulo

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How did YOU find the last five years? Take a glimpse at the highlights of PNoy’s administration brought to you by AEA’s Research Team. AEA RnD: Informed discourse shaping the nation. Research Director Katherine Peralta Infographic by Gab Mesina and Riane Yulo

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On the 43rd anniversary of Martial Law, the Ateneo Economics Association presents an economic analysis of the Marcos regime.Economic Situation of the Philippines during Martial Law: Unparalleled economic growth countered by grave mismanagement of fundsWhile the Philippines enjoyed unparalleled economic growth in the earlier years of the Marcos administration, it is no secret that the […]

SCET Review Program

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By Bernice Halili Since the latter part of the summer vacation for most Ateneans, the Academics Department of the Ateneo Economics Association (AEA) has been conducting review and tutorial sessions for select students from a local community in preparation for College Entrance Tests in the Philippines. These efforts were spearheaded by the AEA Academics Department […]

The Life and Death of a Trend

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By Patricia Lao* There are some things in life that we have a constant need for. Food, clothes, and education all fall under this category. These things are a part of our everyday lives; we buy clothes on a regular basis, we go out to eat with others almost weekly. They’ve become a fragment of […]