Challenges to Development: Innovation and Change in Regulation and Competition


Highlights of the discussions on how regulation and competitive processes affect market performance, economic growth, and poverty reduction in developing countries.

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Prof. Paul Cook, Dr. Yuichiro Uchida
Competitive Advantage in East Asia: The Transformation of Technological and Trade Specialization

Prof. Cassey Lee
Determinants of Innovation in the Malaysian Manufacturing Sector: An Econometric Analysis at the Firm Level

Dr. Yin-Fang Zhang,Prof. David Parker,Prof. Colin Kirkpatrick
Electricity Sector Reform in Developing Countries: An Econometric Assessment Of the Effects of Privatization, Competition and Regulation (tbc)

Dr. Perla Legaspi
Local Regulatory Governance in the Philippines:Focus on Quezon City

Ms. Edna A. Espos
Institutions, Regulation and Performance:The Case of Philippine Telecommunications

Prof. S Mansoob Murshed
Transaction Cost Politics, Rent Seeking, Institutions, for Commitment and Regulation

Dr. Epictetus E. Patalinghug
An Analysis of the Pricing Policy in the Philippine Electricity Industry

Prof. Ma. Fe Mendoza
The Politics and Dynamics in the Rate Regulation of the Philippine Electricity Industry: The Case of ERB and MERALCO

Mr. Martin Minogue
Regulatory Governance and the Improvement of Public Services

Director Enrico L. Basilio
The Philippine Port Sector PPA: A Case of Regulatory Capture

Prof. Giandomenico Majone
The Internationalization of Regulation: Implications for Developing Countries

Prof. Colin Kirkpatrick, Prof. David Parker
Regulatory Impact Assessment: Developing Its Potential for Use in Developing Countries

Ms. Malathy Knight-John, Ms. Shantha Jayasinghe, Mr. Andrew Perumal
Regulatory Impact Assessment in Sri Lanka: the Bridges that Have to be Crossed

Prof. Erwin Alampay
Using the Capabilities Approach To Analyze Access to Information And Communication Technologies (ICT) By the Poor

Prof. Kobus Muller, Dr. Frederik M. Uys
Amanzi Ayimpilo (Water is Life!): Regulatory Governance of the Water Sector in South Africa

Mr. Virgilio Rivera, Jr.
Manila Waters Company, Inc.: A Case Study on Private-Public Partnership

Prof. Anthony Ogus
The Importance of Legal Infrastructure For Regulation (and Deregulation) in Developing Countries

Dr. Eduardo Gonzales
Electoral Reforms: Focus on the Regulation of Campaign Funds

Prof. Jorge V. Tigno
Governance and Making Public Policy in the Philippines: RA 8042 and De-Regulating the Overseas Employment Sector

Dr. Jinky Leilani Lu
Advocacy Work and Policy Recommendations in Occupational Health


Conference Presentations

Prof. Leonor Magtolis Briones and Mark Anthony M Gamboa
Regulatory Capture, Recapture and Rupture: The Case of the Caliraya-Botocan-Kalayaan Hydropower Plant Complex and IMPSA

Prof. S Mansoob Murshed
Transaction Cost Politics, Rent Seeking, Institutions, for Commitment and Regulation

Dr. Emmanuel Lallana
Political Economy of ICT Development in the Philippines

Engr. Eduardo C. Santos
The Regulatory Framework on the Privatization of the MWSS

Dr. Perla E. Legaspi
Local Regulatory Governance in the Philippines: Focus on Quezon City

Prof. Philippe Brusick
Competition Law and Policy and Consumer Protection

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