Edited Proceedings of the Workshop on Economic Policymaking and the Philippine Development Experience, 1960-1985
AbstractPreliminary discussions on the interviews of key technocrats involved in major decision-making and management of Philippine affairs, from the 1960s to the 1980s, until the downfall of President Ferdinand E. Marcos. The targeted periods are: prelude to martial law (1965-1972), the early stage of martial law (1972-1981), and the latter stage of martial law (1981-1986).
technocracy; development; authoritarianism; economic policymaking
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