All pages with keywords: Philippines

The role of power prices in structural transformation: Evidence from the Philippines

a research article by Majah-Leah Ravago, Arlan Brucal, James Roumasset, Jan Carlo Punongbayan 30 April, 2019

This paper examines the role of power prices on deindustrialization. read more »


The role of power prices in structural transformation: evidence from the Philippines

a working paper by Majah-Leah Ravago, Arlan Brucal, James Roumasset, Jan Carlo Punongbayan 12 December, 2018

The authors of this paper aim to illuminate how high power prices can exacerbate premature deindustrialisation, using data from 33 countries and regional data from the Philippines. read more »


Shining the spotlight on human rights at COP24 and beyond

a commentary by Joana Setzer, Annalisa Savaresi, Rebecca Byrnes 5 December, 2018

As the implementation guidelines to the Paris Agreement are negotiated at COP24, this commentary asks whether and to what extent they will include human rights language, and reviews examples from around the world of how human rights issues are gaining more prominence in relation to climate action. read more »


The Carbon Majors inquiry comes to London

a commentary by Annalisa Savaresi, Joana Setzer 30 October, 2018

On 6 to 8 November 2018, LSE will be hosting the UK hearings of the Philippines-initiated inquiry seeking to attribute the impacts of climate change to the ‘Carbon Majors’ – the world’s largest fossil fuel and cement producers. This commentary provides some background to the hearings. read more »