Date Published:
Jun 01, 2002
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Discussion Papers
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Code:
DP 2002-20

The paper examines the performance of the Philippines with respect to the fight against poverty. It reviews the trends in poverty using the various human development indicators. It also examines the changes in the policy environment over the last 25 years. It identifies issues relating to programs, institutional arrangements and poverty measurement.

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This publication has been cited 17 times

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