Industry Research Projects


Project Title:  Updating the Economic Impact Analysis of the Semiconductor and Electronics Industries of the  Philippines

Funding Agency:  Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines, Inc. (SEIPI)
Inclusive Dates:  August – November 2013
Status:  Completed
Project Head:  Winston Padojinog, DBA
Research Team:  Cid Terosa, Ph.D., Rommel Casipit, Luwi Infante

Objective:

  • To measure the direct and indirect economic impact of the exports and investments of the electronics industry on job generation, economic output, household incomes, and indirect fiscal resources at the national level.

Methodology:  Input-output modeling

To know more about this project, contact Dr. Winston Padojinog at crc@uap.asia


Project Title:  SMEC International Market Study:  Sub-Consultancy Services

Funding Agency:  SMEC International Pty Limited
Inclusive Dates:  January – August 2013
Status:  Completed
Project Head:  Winston Padojinog, DBA
Research Team:  Aurora Hidalgo, Jonathan Alforte, Maximiano Darrel Africa, Viory Yvonne Janeo, Ernest Marc Castillo

Objectives:

  1. To analyze the market for health care services in the catchment area;
  2. To determine the current and future demand for health care services; and
  3. To conduct the physical analysis of the catchment area.

Methodology:  Stakeholder consultation, documentary analysis, gap analysis and value chain analysis


Project Title:  The Economic Contribution, Multiplier Effects, and Socio-Economic Benefits of Kraft Foods Philippines, Inc.

Funding Agency:  Kraft Foods Philippines, Inc. Inclusive Dates:  April 2011 – February 2012 Status:  Completed Project Head:  Cid Terosa, Ph.D. Research Team:  Aurora Hidalgo, Maximiano Darrel Africa

Objectives:

  1. To quantify and assess the economic contribution of Kraft Foods Philippines on local and national economies in terms of employment, output, household income, and tax payments;
  2.  To quantify and analyze the multiplier effects of Kraft Foods Philippines on local and national economies, particularly on employment, output, and household income;
  3. To identify, measure and explain the strength and diffusion of its direct and indirect production linkages or the cluster of business activities that Kraft Foods Philippines helps sustain; and
  4. To assess the socio-economic benefits of Kraft Foods Philippines by evaluating its corporate programs, social participation, and employee benefits.

Methodology:  Business performance review, economic contribution analysis, input-output modeling, and evaluation of CSR programs

To know more about this project, contact Dr. Cid Terosa at crc@uap.asia