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This Policy Note assesses the state of the innovation ecosystem in the Philippines. Among others, it notes that micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) do not innovate as much as large firms.
The final issue of the Development Research News in 2017 zeroes in on the regulation of the digital economy in the Philippines.
Set against a rapidly changing global environment, Philippine industries now, more than ever, are facing new demands that will require more innovation for firms to remain competitive across the global market.
This paper describes and discusses the results of the 2015 Survey of Innovation Activities, conducted by the Philippine Institute for Development Studies.
Private firms invest in physical capital and human resource but they are also advised to invest in innovations to be more productive and profitable. Innovations refer to the development, deployment, and economic utilization of new products, processes, and services.
This Policy Note provides basic information on Big Data and how they compare with traditional data sources of official statistics.
The quality of the Philippine telecommunication or information and communication technology (ICT) regulatory environment is significantly below what is considered international best practice.
The Philippines, with its new economic growth trajectory, requires reliable, accessible, and affordable infrastructure in information and communications technology (ICT). To maximize digital dividends or the development effects of these technologies, policies need to be formulated and implemented.

Creating and Capturing In-Country R&D Value through the Global Value Chains and Facilitating the Country’s Entry into the Fourth Industrial Revolution

A nation’s human capital development project does not exist in a vacuum, but is embedded in and is an integral part of a larger economic paradigm.

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