Policy Briefs

UP CIDS Policy Brief Series 2018

The UP CIDS Policy Brief Series features short reports, analyses, and commentaries on issues of national significance and aims to provide research-based inputs for public policy. These works serve as a medium for distilling lessons learned from research and present recommendations for policymaking.

The following are policy briefs from the UP CIDS Policy Brief Series for 2018. Click on the serial number or title to be directed to the online reader.

Nurse education program performance: Evidence from licensure exams
Geoffrey Ducanes and Clarissa C. David
Program on Higher Education Research and Policy Reform

Teacher education in the Philippines: Are we meeting the demand for quantity and quality?
Geoffrey Ducanes and Clarissa C. David
Program on Higher Education Research and Policy Reform

School licensure exam performance and engineer shortage in the Philippines
Geoffrey Ducanes and Clarissa C. David
Program on Higher Education Research and Policy Reform

Are we there yet?: What it will take to win the Philippine war on drugs
Jorge V. Tigno
Program on Social and Political Change

Graduate degrees of higher education faculty in the Philippines: Status and ways forward
Karol Mark Yee, Clarissa C. David, and Geoffrey Ducanes
Program on Higher Education Research and Policy Reform

Marginal Representation: Party-list and Legislative Productivity at the House of Representatives, 1998–2016
Aimee Dresa R. Bautista and Rogelio Alicor L. Panao
Program on Data Science for Public Policy

Examining China’s Foreign Policy in Northeast Asia: Implications for the Philippines
Raisa E. Lumampao
Program on Data Science for Public Policy