• Special Issues in Agriculture in the Philippines
    Special Issues in Agriculture Special Issues in Agriculture Edited by Eliseo R. Ponce PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Surian sa mga Pag-aaral Pangkaunlaran ng Pilipinas BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH Copyright 2004 by the Philippine Institute for Development Studies...
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  • Economic Aspects of Agrarian Reform
    Agrarian reforms:\  1. Introduction of markets for agricultural land to enable removal of fragmented farm holdings, encouraging consolidation of farm lands, introduction of commercial farming than than subsistence agriculture, 2. Free movement of agricultural goods within the country and to the extent possible...
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  • A Dim Light at the End of the Tunnel
    A Dim Light at the End of the Tunnel I. Introduction The high inequality of land distribution in the Philippines goes back to the Spanish regime wherein most of the agricultural land was owned by the Friars. Through time, the Friars began to distribute the ownership of the lands to the powerful and...
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  • Water Pollution in the Philippines
    Ayaka Okura 12121053 Evelyn Naoumi Academic Writing 1 Water Pollution In The Philippines The Philippines is an archipelago, which means it is made up of a group of islands and is rich in bodies of water such as the oceans, rivers, and lakes. However, according to the data released by Water...
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  • Adic
    Term Paper Assignment Special Topics on Agricultural Development and International Cooperation Spring Semester, 2010 Agricultural Cooperatives for the Agricultural Development in the Philippines Student: Juan Fidel P. Rodriguez (M9822030) June 16, 2010 Instructor: Dr. Rebecca H. Chung ...
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  • Wto and Its Negative Impact to the Philippine Economy
    peace, disputes, rules, cost of living, choice, incomes, growth and jobs, efficiency, lobbying, and good government. The Philippines has been a WTO member since January 1995, and the issue of whether this country has derived the supposed-to-be benefits by joining this organization has been has been existing...
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  • Open Academy for Philippine Agriculture
    Higher Agricultural Education Institutions in Asia CASE STUDY FOR THE PHILIPPINES: THE OPEN ACADEMY FOR PHILIPPINE AGRICULTURE1 Alexander G. Flor2 U.P. Open University 1. Introduction 1.1. Philippine Extension and the OPAPA: A Backgrounder In the past twenty years, the Philippine agricultural extension...
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  • Philippine Fruits Export Study
    Philippine Fruits Export Study QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS A Statistical Report and Research Paper By: Leah Angela Tan May 20, 2011 EXCECUTIVE SUMMARY The Bureau of Agricultural Statistics or BAS is an agency under the Department of Agriculture, which was started by government efforts to...
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  • Debate on Wto
    WTO, the Philippines and other developing countries POSTED BY AARON ⋅ APRIL 16, 2011 ⋅ LEAVE A COMMENT The global trade regime is ironically dominated by Western neo-colonizers imposing their policies to weak, if not powerless, stateswhich comprise much of the globe in terms of population and geographical...
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  • Economic Development of the Philippines
    Philippines’ Economic Development Economic development: the qualitative process of structural change that involves the development of an economy’s economic and social infrastructure. Economic development involves the use of more resources or better quality resources to improve real increases in the...
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  • Course Title of Aec !
    TITLE: AEC1 (Agricultural Extension Communication) COURSE DESCRIPTION: Principles and methods of extension communication in agriculture COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the course, the student should be able to: 1. describe the nature, scope and function of agricultural extension in the...
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  • Ivestagatory
    the global south, centers that are locally led and adapts intervention to context. In the north, centers that advance the issues of the marginalized, build solidarity for issues of the south and provide development education to the people of the north. | | | | 3 | To build strategic working relationships...
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  • Philippine Sugar Industry
    The Weak Agricultural Sector of the Philippines: Case Study on the Sugar Industry in Negros Occidental Trade Liberalization: Free Trade vs. Fair Trade In theory Trade Liberalization is supposed to bring about greater productivity and improve resource allocation which in effect stimulates economic activity...
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  • Carper vs Carp
    TABLE OF CONTENT Introduction Issues / Problems Objective of the Study Content: A. Definition B. Comparison a. CARPER better than CARP b. CARPER worse than CARP C. Researchers’ Insight Conclusion Recommendations Bibliography   INTRODUCTION The Philippine lands are usually used for agrarian...
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  • History of Philippine Financial System
    The History of Philippine Financial System Financial System is like the heart of the human beings, if it stops working then the person is dead in the same way that if the financial system stops working, then the economy would collapse. It is inherent in every society the law of supply and demand...
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  • Carp Reaction Paper
    COMPREHENSIVE AGRARIAN REFORM PROGRAM For a long period of time, Philippine land was owned by the private sectors. This started during the Spanish regime when the land was primarily owned by the large landlords and the friars. The Philippine farmers found it hard to acquire land during that time because...
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  • AGRARIAN REPORT AND PHILIPPINE POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT
    AGRARIAN REFORM AND PHILIPPINE POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT Susan Evangelista-Leones1 Frede Gumera Moreno2 ABSTRACT Landownership problem and control of resources remains as a political development issue in the Philippines. Agrarian reform is a necessary condition for agricultural modernization...
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  • Cocconut Production
    Thesis entitled “An Aggregate Analysis of the Effect of Land, Government Subsidies and Public Research and Development to Coconut Productivity in the Philippines” prepared and submitted by Kervin Paul Asilo, Marica Regina Castillo and Mikhael Laurente of 4e4 has been approved in partial fulfillment of the...
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  • Thesis
    The Philippines' Department of Agrarian Reform (Filipino: Kagawaran ng Repormang Pansakahan), abbreviated as the DAR, is the executive department of the Philippine Government responsible for all land reform programs in the country. History Land reform in the Philippines had itsThe Philippines' Department...
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  • Gmos in Philippine Agriculture: an Economic Analysis
    GMOS IN PHILIPPINE AGRICULTURE: AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS POLICY PROBLEM: How to address the GMO (Genetically modified organism) issue, specifically in agriculture. POLICY ISSUE: Should the Philippines pursue the promotion of GMOs in agriculture? Ulysses J. Lustria Jr. 2006 1 I. Introduction...
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