CEM Discussion Paper

CEM Discussion Paper No. 12

Potential Futures of Food and Nutrition Systems in the Philippines and Implications to Governance: A Scenario Analysis

Girlie Nora A. Abrigo, Darlyn Angeles, Marie Claire Custodio, Geny F. Lapiña, Sonny Pasiona, Leila Africa, Wilfredo Carada


CEM Discussion Paper No. 11

When the Roman god Janus saw the Philippines during the Covid-19 pandemic: looking back, and looking forward

Luisito C. Abueg, Deborah B. Gay and Aaron T. Castillo


CEM Discussion Paper No. 10

An Economic Analysis of Transactions Costs and Other Factors that Determine the Borrowing Behavior of Small Farmers in the Philippines

Agham C. Cuevas and Niño Alejandro Manalo


CEM Discussion Paper No.9

Transaction costs, middlemen, and marketed output: the case of rice in selected Philippine provinces

Agham C. Cuevas


CEM Discussion Paper No.8

Market Efficiency and Volatility Spillover In Bitcoin and Ethereum Prices: Comparisons During Covid And Pre-Covid Pandemic

Yolanda T. Garcia, Joshua V. Tolentino


CEM Discussion Paper No.7

Potential impacts of Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership on Philippine Agriculture

Agham C. Cuevas and Emmanuel Genesis T. Andal


CEM Discussion Paper No.6

Shadow Price Estimates of Soil Organic Carbon Sequestration in Irrigated Rice Production Systems

Rodesqa M. Sugay, Antonio Jesus A. Quilloy , Cenon D. Elca , and Canesio D. Predo


CEM Discussion Paper No.5

Harnessing Cooperatives’ Resilience Amidst Pandemic and Natural Disasters

Adriann M. Quilloy, JP Roma D. Duque and Salvador P. Catelo



CEM Discussion Paper No.4

Archipelago on Lockdown: An Analysis of the Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on MSMEs Across the Philippines’ Agricultural Value Chain

Remund D. Labios, Dinah Pura T. Depositario, Nohreen Ethel P. Manipol, Renen Szilardo C. De Guzman, and Dia Noelle F. Velasco


CEM Discussion Paper No. 3

When a Nudge is not a Nudge: Why GCQ Visual Cues in Metro Manila’s Main Train Systems Fail

Jefferson Arapoc and David Savage


CEM Discussion Paper No. 2

Extended, enhanced, and extreme: microeconomic implications of the community quarantine in the Philippines due to the Covid-19 pandemic

Emmanuel Genesis T. Andal, Amelia L. Bello, and Maria Angeles O. Catelo


CEM Discussion Paper No. 1

Extended, enhanced, and extreme: macroeconomic implications of the community quarantine in the Philippines due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Luisito C. Abueg