• Migration, Remittances, Inequality and Poverty the Philippines
    Markets, and International Remittances: Evidence from El Salvador.” In C. Ozden and M. Schiff (eds.), International Migration, Economic Development & Policy (World Bank and Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 141-159. _____________, P. Fajnzylber, and J. H. Lopez. 2007. “The Impact of Remittances on Poverty...
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  • Porter's Diamond Model
    offered me extraordinary support. My wife Adriana has provided me a great amount of support in different ways. She has been patient in the whole process as a source of inspiration, motivation, and tenderness. I thank her to join me in this adventure. My children provided me with sources of...
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  • Wala Lang
    the different dialects. Some of the known poets during the American period were Maximo Kalaw, Carlos P. Romulo, Maria Agoncillo, Paz Marquez Benitez, Salvador P. Lopez, Jose Garcia Villa, Carlos Bulosan, and many others. There were three collection of poems printed namely Filipino Poetry edited by...
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  • Local Color
    social consciousness of the writer, to arrange for lectures and conferences, to establish friendly relations with writers for other countries, and to defend freedom of thought and expression. Its first president was Federico Mangahas, while Salvador P. Lopez, Jose A. Lansang, and I. P. Caballero...
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  • Eng 10
    supply, school attendance, and remittances from international migration: the case of El Salvador. WB Policy Research Working Paper 3903. World Bank, Washington, DC. Retrieved August 29, 2013 from www.erf.org.eg/CMS/uploads/pdf/1284537302_545.pdf Acosta, P., Fajnzylber, P. & Lopez, J. (2007...
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  • Obligations and Contracts Art. 132401357
    foregoing, the decisions appealed from are reversed and set aside, and the appellant Conchita Liguez declared entitled to so much of the donated property as may be found, upon proper liquidation, not to prejudice the share of the widow Maria Ngo in the conjugal partnership with Salvador P. Lopez or...
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  • Philippine Literature Part I
    the Pulitzer Prize for his bestsellers I SAW THE FALL OF THE PHILIPPINES, I SEE THE PHILIPPINES RISE and his MOTHER AMERICA AND MY BROTHER AMERICANS. Journalists include Salvador P. Lopez, Leon Ma. Geurrero, Raul Manglapuz and Carlos Bulosan. Nick Joaquin produced THE WOMAN WHO LOOKED LIKE LAZARUS...
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  • Philippine Literature
      waited for a better  climate to publish their  works. Noteworthy  writer of the period  was Carlos P. Romulo  who won the Pulitzer  Prize for his bestsellers  I SAW THE FALL OF THE PHILIPPINES, I SEE THE PHILIPPINES RISE and his MOTHER AMERICA AND MY BROTHER AMERICANS.  Journalists  include Salvador...
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  • Philippine Literature
    Salvador P. Lopez, Leon Ma. Geurrero, Raul Manglapuz and Carlos Bulosan. Nick Joaquin produced THE WOMAN WHO LOOKED LIKE LAZARUS. Fred Ruiz Castro wrote a few poems. F.B. Icasino wrote essays in The Philippine Review. Carlos Bulosan’s works included THE LAUGHTER OF MY FATHER (1944), THE VOICE...
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  • Ob Questions
    . Business was good – so good, in fact – that the company was ready for a public offering by the early 1990s. The company’s products were in high demand, but dealing with that demand “was an overwhelming task for one entrepreneur CEO,” states Lopez. A solution to dealing with the increasing growth came to...
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  • Website Proposal Actor
    ………………………………………………...11 Screen Shots……………………………………………………….12 Usability…………………………………………………………….12 Background: Francisco Lopez was born in San Salvador, El Salvador on the 15 August 1981 and grew in the South East suburbs of Melbourne Australia. After completing University Francisco work as a scientist...
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  • Race in Down These Mean Streets
    , like his son Jose. Lopez explains that choices about racial identity are heavily influenced by racial prejudice and hatred, as revealed in Jose’s claim to be White: “I ain’t black, damn you! Look at my hair. It’s almost blond. My eyes are blue, my nose is straight. My motherfuckin’ lips are not like...
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  • Philippine Literature
    the period was Carlos P. Romulo who won the Pulitzer Prize for his bestsellers “I Saw the Fall of the Philippines, I See the Philippines Rise” and his “Mother America and My Brother Americans”. Journalists include Salvador P. Lopez, Leon Ma. Guerrero, Raul Manglapuz, and Carlos Bulosan. Nick...
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  • Jsbebfehwbj
    searching for the manuscript of The Bridges Ablaze. I knew it was real. I had witnessed him typing away at it at his desk. He had spoken of it, puckishly, on many occasions. “The reason for my long exile is so that I could be free to write TBA,” Salvador had said, that first time, spitting out the...
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  • Reaction Paper of the Makings of a Writer
    correlated in one way or another. Maybe this essay is about how Literature affects the Society and how Society affects Literature in return. After reading the essay, I found out why it was entitled so. Salvador Lopez said that for you to be a good writer, you have to have a community, you have to...
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  • Mobile Marketing
    Shareholders Our Company’s forward-looking approach Dear Shareholder, I am very pleased to share with all of you a brief overview of Telefónica’s performance and results in 2011, as well as the positive outlook for our company. Last year was challenging for all of us. In 2011, developed...
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  • Sony Targets Laptop Consumers in China
    How should Lopez interpret and compare the different studies? Lopez needs to design his marketing strategy based on four market research efforts – large scale study of the Chinese laptop consumer, detailed interviews with laptop users, results of the CLUES report and Project Compass. My...
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  • Philippine Lit.2
    Salvador P. Lopez, Leon Ma. Geurrero, Raul Manglapuz and Carlos Bulosan. Nick Joaquin produced THE WOMAN WHO LOOKED LIKE LAZARUS. Fred Ruiz Castro wrote a few poems. F.B. Icasino wrote essays in The Philippine Review. • 161. Carlos Bulosan’s works included THE LAUGHTER OF MY FATHER (1944), THE...
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  • Travel Agency Industry
    vehicle rentals with their flights (Castillo- Manzano & Lopez- Valpuesta, 2010), further increasing the similarities between the modern airline and travel agency. Customer loyalty plays a massive role in the make- up of demand in the travel industry. With the new customer- orientated approach...
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  • American Regime - Philippine Literature
    The Commonwealth Literary Contest awarded first prize to HOW MY BROTHER LEON BROUGHT HOME A WIFE by Manuel Arguilla. Essays and other Prose Styles Notable writers of essays a. Political, social reflective essays – Federico Mangahas, Salvador P. Lopez, Pura S. Castrence, Vicente Albano...
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