Goal 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Goal 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all

 

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Submissions from 2020

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From cesspool to fortified paradise: Analyzing news media territorial assemblages of rehabilitating Boracay Island, Western Philippines, Nico A. Canoy, Gilana Kim T. Roxas, Augil Marie Q. Robles, Aniceta Patricia T. Alingasa, and Arjohn M. Ceperiano

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Toward greater access and impact: Directions for a sociological understanding of Philippine higher education, Enrique Niño P. Leviste and Jose Eos R. Trinidad

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Willingness to Pay of Urban Households for the Conservation of Natural Resources and Cultural Heritage in a Neighboring Rural Area: A CVM Study, Rosalina Palanca-Tan

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Interdisciplinarity from below, Michael D. Pante

Submissions from 2019

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Work-Nonwork Spillover of Wage Justice through Work Capabilities in Low and Middle Income Workers, Sarah Ellorenco, Mendiola Teng-Calleja, Donald Jay Bertufo, Jose Antonio Clemente, and Ma. Ligaya Menguito

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Work life, relationship, and policy determinants of health and well-being among Filipino domestic workers in China: A qualitative study, Brian J. Hall, Melissa R. Garabiles, and Carl A. Latkin

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How does body mass index affect economic growth? A comparative analysis of countries by levels of economic development, Inas R. Kelly, Nadia Doytch, and Dhaval Dave

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Small maar lakes of Luzon Island, Philippines: Their limnological status and implications on the management of tropical lakes - A review, Milette U. Mendoza, Jonathan Carlo A. Briones, Masayuki Itoh, Karol Sophia Agape R. Padilla, Jaydan I. Aguilar, Noboru Okuda, and Rey Donne S. Papa

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The political economy of foreign investment and industrial development: the Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand in comparative perspective, Manuel F. Montes and Jerik Cruz

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Structural Inequality in the Philippines: Oligarchy, (Im)mobility and Economic Transformation, Philip Arnold Tuaño and Jerik Cruz

Submissions from 2018

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Trace organic chemical pollutants from the lake waters of San Pablo City, Philippines by targeted and non-targeted analysis, Ian Ken D. Dimzon, Ann Selma Morata, Janine Müller, Roy Kristian Yanela, Stephan Lebertz, Heike Weil, Teresita R. Perez, Fabian M. Dayrit, and Thomas P. Knepper

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Navigating a trilemma: Energy security, equity, and sustainability in the Philippines’ low-carbon transition, Antonio Gabriel M. La Viña, Joyce Melcar Tan, Teresa Ira Maris Guanzon, Mary Jean Caleda, and Lawrence Ang

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Diploma as signal? Estimating sheepskin effects in the Philippines, Rosechin Olfindo