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Philippine Rice Supply Demand: Prospects and Policy Implications


  • David, Cristina C.
  • Balisacan, Arsenio M.


This paper analyzes the changes in the Philippine rice economy during the past three and a half decades and evaluates the policy options in light of the prospective rice supply and demand situation over the next decade and beyond. The changing nature and trends in rice production, trade and consumption are presented here. Projections of demand, supply and trade gap are provided as well.

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  • David, Cristina C. & Balisacan, Arsenio M., 1995. "Philippine Rice Supply Demand: Prospects and Policy Implications," Discussion Papers DP 1995-28, Philippine Institute for Development Studies.
  • Handle: RePEc:phd:dpaper:dp_1995-28

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    3. Aldaba, Fernando T., 2002. "Philippine Development: A Research Journey Through the Philippine Journal of Development," Philippine Journal of Development PJD 2002 Vol. XXIX No. 2-, Philippine Institute for Development Studies.
    4. Balisacan, Arsenio M. & Ravago, Majah-Leah V., 2003. "THE rice problem in the Philippines: trends, constraints, and policy imperatives," MPRA Paper 24865, University Library of Munich, Germany.
    5. Briones, Roehlano M. & David, Cristina C. & Inocencio, Arlene B. & Intal, Ponciano Jr. S. & Geron, Maria Piedad S. & Ballesteros, Marife M., 2012. "Monitoring and Evaluation of Agricultural Policy Indicators," Discussion Papers DP 2012-26, Philippine Institute for Development Studies.
    6. February 2010, 2010. "Scenarios and Options for Productivity Growth in Philippine Agriculture An Application of the AMPLE," Microeconomics Working Papers 22806, East Asian Bureau of Economic Research.


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