How Pro-Poor is the Tax Reform?

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By: Adam Inocencio The Ateneo Economics Association held KamalAEAn 2018: How pro-poor is the tax reform? on February 19, 2018, as part of the Ateneo de Manila University’s Talakayang Alay sa Bayan (TALAB) line-up for this year. With the passage of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN), one of the most significant concerns […]

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 […]

A Comparative Analysis of the Economies of Thailand and the Philippines

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By Khalil Elijah A. Celestial Economic development is more than just being about the money. The Philippines at present is considered as a ‘tiger economy’ because of its high economic growth rate compared to its neighboring Asian countries. However, despite this good news, the country remains to be one of the most impoverished countries and […]

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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