Secretary Alfonso Yuchengco Policy Conferences

 


conference coverThe major annual event is the Secretary Alfonso Yuchengco Policy Conference where important papers are presented and discussed by specialists in addressing a selected policy theme.

In February 2004, the Center convened the first of the series of Secretary Alfonso Yuchengco Policy Conferences. The following conferences were held. Papers presented are enumerated therein.

The Conference details are shown below:



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What Should Be the Economic Agenda of the Next Philippine President? Challenges in Achieving a Sustained Growth

 

7th Secretary Alfonso Yuchengco Policy Conference, February 1, 2010

The Philippine Response to the Global and Regional Challenges
Dr. Mario B. Lamberte
ADB Institute, Tokyo, Japan

Human Resources Management for Development
Dr. Tereso S. Tullao, Jr.
De La Salle University

Is Population Management Needed in the Philippines?
Dr. Ernesto M. Pernia
UP School of Economics

The Regulatory Challenge in the Second Decade
Dr. Raul V. Fabella
UP School of Economics

Philippine Infrastructure Development for New Economic Opportunities
Dr. Reynaldo B. Vea
Mapua Institute of Technology

Synthesis and Distillation of Issues: Recommendations for Policies and Programs Beyond 2010
Ms. Paulynne J. Castillo
De La Salle University

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Implications of the Global Financial Crisis on the Philippine Economy

 

6th Secretary Yuchengco Policy Conference, February 2, 2009

Antecedents of the Global Financial Crisis: A Multi-Factorial Phenomenon

Governor Amando M. Tetangco, Jr.
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

Global Economic Imbalances Triggering the Financial Crisis
Dr. Tereso S. Tullao, Jr.
De La Salle University

Asset Booms and Macroeconomic Outcomes
Dr. Maria Socorro Gochoco-Bautista
University of the Philippines

Regulatory Factors that Contributed to the Global Financial Crisis
Deputy Governor Nestor A. Espenilla, Jr.
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

Unemployment Threat of the Financial Crisis
Ms. Paulynne J. Castillo
De La Salle University

Department of Labor and Employment's Response to the Impact of the Financial Crisis
Assistant Secretary Maria Teresa M. Soriano
Department of Labor and Employment

Global Economic Crisis: Impacts and Policy Options
Dr. Cyn-Young Park
Asian Development Bank

Impact of the Financial Crisis on the Philippine Financial Markets
Dr. Cesar G. SaldaƱa
Institute of Corporate Directors

What Should Governments Do? The Global Financial Crisis as a Market and Government Failure
Dr. Julio Teehankee
De La Salle University


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Critical Issues and Challenges in East Asian Regional Economic Integration and Cooperation

 

Fifth Secretary Alfonso Yuchengco Policy Conference, February 2, 2008

Regional Integration and Private Sector Competitiveness in East Asia

Dr. Ganeshan Wignaraja
Asian Development Bank

Convergence by Design and Accident: The Politics of Economic Cooperation and Integration in East Asia
Dr. Eric Vincent C. Batalla
De La Salle University

Global Production Networks and Regional Integration
Dr. Tereso S. Tullao, Jr.
De La Salle University

Challenges of Asian Financial Integration: Lessons from the European Union
Ambassador Alistair MacDonald
Delegation of the European Commission to the Philippines

East Asian Integration and Labor Flows: The Case of the Philippines
Prof. Stella P. Go
Philippine Migration Research Network

Out of Many, One: Labor Migration and the Prospects for Multilateral Cooperation and Market Integration in East Asia
Dr. Jorge V. Tigno
Philippine Migration Research Network

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Impact of Filipino Overseas Labor Migration on Macroeconomic Stability, Labor Market and Human Resource Development


Fourth Secretary Alfonso Yuchengco Policy Conference, January 26, 2007

Overseas Filipino Workers Remittances: Concepts, Measurement Issues and Future Challenges

Deputy Governor Diwa C. Guinigundo
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

Impact of Filipino Overseas Labor Remittances on the Real Exchange Rate
Dr. Tereso S. Tullao, Jr.
De La Salle University

Maximizing Benefits and Minimizing Costs of Remittance
Dr. Guntur Sugiyarto
Asian Development Bank

Poverty Reduction Impact of Remittances in the Philippines
Dr. Guntur Sugiyarto, Eric B. Suan and Elizabeth S. Tan
Asian Development Bank

Implications of Trade Negotiations on Labor Migration
Dr. Gloria O. Pasadilla
Philippine Institute for Development Studies

Impact of Overseas Filipino Migration: Issues and Challenges
Dr. Winfred M. Villamil
De La Salle University

Impact of External Migration on the Demand for Education
Dr. Tereso S. Tullao, Jr.
De La Salle University

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Ensuring Economic Security in the Countryside for Local Governments
Towards an Appropriate Philippine Policy Response to Recent WTO Developments

 

Third Secretary Alfonso Yuchengco Policy Conference, January 25, 2006

Partnership with LGUs for a More Vibrant and Creative SME Sector

Undersecretary Zorayda Amelia Alonzo
Department of Trade and Industry

Capacity-Building in Local Governance: The Experience of USAID/Philippines
Mr. Steven Edminster
USAID-Philippines

Benchmarking LGU Governance and Development: Challenges, Experiences and Lessons
Dr. Joseph Capuno
University of the Philippines

Civil Society Participation in Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Development at the Local Level
Dr. Francisco A. Magno
De La Salle University

Enhancing the Impact of OFW Remittances on Local Communities: Role of Local Government Units
Dr. Tereso S. Tullao, Jr.
De La Salle University

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Human Security and Social Protection: Toward a Philippine Policy Framework

 

Second Secretary Alfonso Yuchengco Policy Conference, January 17, 2005

Human Security and Social Protection

Dr. Francisco A. Magno
De La Salle University

Fiscal Crises and the Philippine Labor Market
Dr. Eric Vincent C. Batalla
De La Salle University

Safety Nets and Community-Based Monitoring System
Dr. Celia M. Reyes
Philippine Institute for Development Studies

Health and Education Challenges in the Philippines: Sectoral Response
Dr. Trinidad S. Osteria
Yuchengco Center

Microfinance, SMEs and Poverty Alleviation
Dr. Gilberto M. Llanto
Philippine Institute for Development Studies

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After Cancun, What Next? Policy Implications for Developing Countries in Asia


First Secretary Alfonso Yuchengco Policy Conference, February 11-12, 2004

Towards an Appropriate Philippine Policy Response to Recent WTO Developments

After Cancun, What Next? Policy Implications for Developing Countries in Asia
Secretary Cesar V. Purisima
Department of Trade and Industry

Overview and Assessment of the Cancun Conference and Its Implications on Philippine Trade Policies
Dr. Myrna S. Austria
De La Salle University

Policy Institutions and Trade Competitiveness: The Case of Agricultural Modernisation
Mr. Antonio C. Pedro, Jr.
De La Salle University

Collaborative Mechanisms at Bilateral and Regional Levels: Impact on Education and Social Services in the Philippines
Dr. Tereso S. Tullao, Jr. and Mr. Michael Angelo A. Cortez
De La Salle University

Philippine Human Security Implications of the Cancun Conference
Dr. Francisco A. Magno
De La Salle University

Alternative Trade Governance Arrangements

A Multi-Pronged Response to a Multi-Faceted Issue: Toward an Appropriate Philippine Policy to Recent WTO Developments
Secretary Luis P. Lorenzo, Jr.
Department of Agriculture

Bilateral FTAs as Alternative to Multilateral FTA Approaches
Dr. Roberto B. Raymundo
De La Salle University

Regionalism and Multilateral FTA Approaches
Dr. Winfred M. Villamil
De La Salle University

Involvement of Civil Society/Social Movements in Multilateral Trade Negotiations
Mr. Ronald D. Holmes
De La Salle College of Saint Benilde

Trade Governance Beyond the State: Towards a Track 3 Approach in Trade
Dr. Antonio P. Contreras
De La Salle University

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