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EGALITARIAN| Federalism 101

LAST week was a blast; PDuterte ordered the creation of 24-man commissioners to draft a Constitution for the shift towards federalism. 

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 EGALITARIAN| Nationalism, regionalism, federalism

I READ a facebook post shared by a good friend about a group’s opinion on federalism.

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EGALITARIAN| Lowest bidder must be technically capable

THE PRESIDENT’S Sona surely contained not only of the state of the country on the purview of figures and statistics, it simmered with frustration and exasperation.

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EGALITARIAN| 3 big questions

I HAD a hearty talk with known development economists and political movers of Davao City. The group was composed of a long spectrum of idealists and practical reformist.

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EGALITARIAN| 3 Big Questions

I HAD a hearty talk with the known development economists and political movers of Davao City. The group was composed of a long spectrum of idealists and practical reformist.

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EGALITARIAN| Again, why social market in federal Philippines

SOCIAL market as the famous politician-economist James Buchanan describes is a desired political and market order. More so, it solidly stands on the principles of efficiency

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EGALITARIAN| Again, why social market in federal Philippines

SOCIAL market as the famous politician-economist James Buchanan describes is a desired political and market order.

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EGALITARIAN | Build, build and build; Dutertenomics

WITH so many infrastructure developments happening around, one can only claim that political promises are now made into realities.

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EGALITARIAN | Why social market economy?

The strong propulsion that pushes the pursuit of federalism in this country is the inclusiveness character of federal setup.

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EGALITARIAN| Welfare economics and federalism

LITERATURES prove that federalism accelerates economic growth. The growth achieved in a federal system is one thing is patterned from the welfare economics paradigm.

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