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The Philippines in the WTO

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Notes from the Editor

The Hope for Gains and the Reality of Loss PDF
Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem 1-3


Philippine Agriculture under the World Trade Organization, 1995-2005: Gains, Losses, and Prospects PDF
Maria Dolores Bernabe, Sharon M. Quinsaat 4-34
“Popularizing” Technocratic Decision-Making: The Formulation of the Philippine Negotiating Position in the WTO Agreement on Agriculture PDF
Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem 35-60
Philippine Intellectual Property Rights under the World Trade Organization, 1995-2005: Implementing the Flexibilities under a TRIPs- Plus Commitment PDF
Zuraida Mae D. Cabilo 61-95

Special Section

The Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture: Will It Immiserize the Filipino Farmer? PDF
Ramon L. Clarete 97-114
GATT Issues, Gut Issues PDF
Corinne A. Canlas 115-134
Why the GATT Is a Burden Filipino Farmers Refuse to Bear PDF
Philippine Peasant Institute 135-141
A Labor View on the Social Clause PDF
Cedric R. Bagtas 142-147
The GATT and Its Implications on the Philippine Economy PDF
Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry 148-158
Are We Ready for GATT? PDF
Wigberto E. Tañada 159-164
World Trade Under GATT and the Filipino Peasantry PDF
Leonard Q. Montemayor 165-174


The Cory Aquino Leadership: Perspectives from the Social Sciences PDF
Third World Studies Center 175-204


Marketing Dreams, Manufacturing Heroes: The Transnational Labor Brokering of Filipino Workers PDF
Dina Marie B. Delias 205-207
The Pioneers of Development Economics: Great Economists on Development PDF
Emmanuel S. De Dios 207-214
Pro-Poor Land Reform: A Critique PDF
Alexander Martin Remollino 214-217
Southeast Asia in Political Science: Theory, Region, and Qualitative Analysis PDF
Rolando S. Fernando 217-221
Toward Filipino Self-Determination: Beyond Transnational Globalization PDF
Michael Viola 221-224


Acknowledgment PDF

ISSN: 2012-080X