Pinoy Cities On The Rise

Author: Asian Institute of Management. Policy Center
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Philippine cities comptetitiveness ranking project, 2005 Asian Institute of
Management. Policy Center Federico M. Macaranas. The cities were categorized
into metropolitan cities (Metro Manila, Metro Cebu and Metro Davao), mid-sized
cities (non-metro cities that have populations greater than 200,000) and small
cities (cities with populations of less than 200,000). The long-term objective of the
study is to measure the competitiveness of 65 cities with the eventual goal of
promoting ...

State Of Philippine Competitiveness

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Conclusion Philippine cities are increasingly assuming more aggressive and
multi-faceted roles in national development. Cities are fast becoming nodes of
growth that are vital to the country's economic progress. However, local
entreprenuers also face various challenges that influence decisions that
determine flows of investment. These factors may not necessarily be economic in
nature but are qualitative factors such as quality of life, security of environment,
and availability of a ...

The Philippine Archipelago

Author: Yves Boquet
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319519263
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However, since the late 1960s, urban regions, especially the Manila area, have
had difficulty absorbing migrants. The population growth of cities has been faster
than the creation of jobs or the construction of adequate housing, resulting in
high unemployment rates, significant levels of urban poverty, the explosion of
informal activities and the proliferation of slums. Philippine cities, especially
Manila, are now among the most densely populated anywhere in the world (
Leyco 2015).

The Rise And Fall Of Nations Forces Of Change In The Post Crisis World

Author: Ruchir Sharma
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393248909
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Until recently the anti-Mexico among the large emerging nations was the
Philippines, where the influence of a twentieth-century plantation society has
created a remarkable split in the population between the capital and the
countryside. Currently 13 percent of Filipinos live in Manila, a proportion that has
not changed since 1985 and is more than the share of people living in all other
Philippine cities combined. This unique “missing middle” is quite astonishing
even for a relatively ...

Cities And Economic Development

Author: Paul Bairoch
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226034669
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Nineteenth-Century Urbanization Patterns in the U.S." Journal of Economic
History 39, no. 4 (December 1979): 961-74. Robson, B. T. Urban Growth: An
Approach. London, 1973. Rozman, G. Urban Networks in Ch'ing China and
Tokugawa Japan. Princeton, 1973. Stave, B. M., ed. Modern Industrial Cities:
History, Policy and Survival. Beverly Hills, Calif., 1982. St. Clair, D.J. The
Motorization of American Cities.

The Filipino In The Seventies

Author: Vitaliano R. Gorospe
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Assuming that high-rise tenements, similar to those built by the Macapagal
administration in 1965, would be used for low-income people, the cost of such a
program would be a prohibitively high P500 million. In its proposed housing
program for 1971-74 the government has, in fact, given a low priority to social
housing. Only P43.2 million out of the P719 million scheduled for the total
government program is slated for low-income people. Summary The problems of
the Philippine city can ...

Southern Innovator Magazine Issue 4 Cities And Urbanization

Author: David South, Editor and Writer
Publisher: DSConsulting
ISBN: 0992021707
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The Global South's Increasing Urbanization: Challenges to City Living David
South, Editor and Writer. Using Microfinance to Phase Out Two-stroke Engines
Despite the Government of the Philippines ban on the importation of
twostrokeengine motorcycles, they remain popular. Since 2009, the Partnership
for Clean Air, a Clean AirAsia Country Network based in the Philippines, has
been running pilot projects to encourage drivers to upgrade to cleaner vehicles.
A pilot scheme in San ...

European Cities And Global Competitiveness

Author: Peter Karl Kresl
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 0857938290
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Boddy, M. and Parkinson, M. (2004), City Matters: Competitiveness, Cohesion
and Urban Governance, The Policy Press, University of Bristol. Buck, N. (ed.) (
2005), Changing ... available at http://www.toronto.ca/. Diaz, A. (2004), “
Philippine Cities Competitiveness Ranking Project 2003: Survey ... Gardiner, B.,
Martin, R. and Tyler, P. (2004), “Competitiveness, Productivity and Economic
Growth across the European Regions”, Regional Studies, 38(9), 1045–67.
Haughton, J. and Sirin, ...

The Report

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Publisher: Oxford Business Group
ISBN: 1902339126
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Today Cebu City has the second- largest port in the country and handles 80% of
the Philippines' inter-island shipping. The island's strategic location has fuelled
its economy, which is now the fastest-growing in the country. In 2008 Cebu City
was ranked in the top 10 “Asian Cities of the Future” by Singapore-based
consulting firm AsiaBIZ Strategy. TOURISM: One of the pillars of Cebu's growth is
tourism, which benefits from its central location and plentiful domestic and
international ...

Peoples Of Eastern Asia Philippines Sri Lanka

Author: Marshall Cavendish Corporation
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish
ISBN: 9780761475569
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Filipino people value hospitality; bayanihan (buy-YAH-nih-han), or cooperation;
courage; hard work; and determination. ... high-rise offices and hotels and
glamorous shopping malls. ... Cities. Since independence in 1946, Philippine
cities have been growing fast, especially Manila, the capital, and its surroundings
. Known as Metro Manila, this region has seen its population increasing by 4
percent per year. Filipino people leave their homes in the country and move to
cities in the hope ...