Date Published:
Nov 25, 2021
Focus Area(s):
PIDS EPM 2020-2021

This issue of the Economic Policy Monitor (EPM) focuses on resetting and rebuilding from the COVID-19 pandemic to create a better Philippines in the post-pandemic world. It discusses possible actions to foster a better post-pandemic environment, such as resetting capitalism, making businesses more ethical through stakeholder capitalism, pursuing green and inclusive recovery, and maintaining a robust and healthy workforce. It also assesses the country’s macroeconomic performance in 2020, when the COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, and examines its prospects in 2021 and 2022 against the evolving global and domestic backdrop. Further, this EPM provides policy updates on poverty reduction and social protection; gender; health; education; labor and employment; housing; agriculture; environment and natural resources; trade and industry; services; science, technology, and innovation; infrastructure; energy; and fiscal policy.


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