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This profile was last updated on 1/9/09  and contains information from public web pages.

Prof. Michael M. Alba

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Officio Member
    Philippine Economic Society


  • PhD
26 Total References
Web References
One Philippines, 9 Jan 2009 [cached]
Prof. Michael Alba of the College of Business and Economics of the De La Salle University said the country continues to make minor progress in the face of high performing neighboring economies. In fact, the Philippines has not fully recovered from a major decline during the 80's.
Prof. Alba added that the bad economics has contributed a lot to brain drain, low quality of education and uncompetitiveness of local produce in the international market.
Sun.Star Dumaguete - Cha-cha to perpetuate same people in power, 20 Nov 2005 [cached]
The other speakers at the forum were Dr. Michael Alba, dean of the College of Business Economics of De La Salle University and Nepomuceno Malaluan of the Action for Economic Reforms.
Todays Dean: Michael Alba, ..., 8 Aug 2011 [cached]
Todays Dean: Michael Alba, PhD
Brain Gain Network - Groups Directory - Philippine Agencies Promoting Trade, Economic Growth and Innovation - Discussions - Philippine Government Trade and Help Desk - Helping The Philippine Government Agencies Help Us, 26 Sept 2008 [cached]
Knowing where its talents are at any time could truly be one of the wisest investments the Philippines can make as it reaches the fork of low vs. high growth possibilities â€" most recently documented by the study of De La Salle University economist Dr. Michael Alba, in his book on the long-term decline of Philippine competitiveness published by the AIM Policy Center (December 2007). (Editor’s note: Author clarifies that Mike Alba is the author of an article in a book published by AIM Policy Center. He is one of several contributors.
In Search of Reforms for Long-Term Growth and Prosperity, 9 Jan 2007 [cached]
Professor Michael Alba Dean, College of Economics and Business, De La Salle University
Agreed with Prof. Alba that one of the obstacles to economic growth is social and political institutions ñ particularly the way these institutions breed and perpetuate corruption.
There is need to close the loopholes in the government corporations, specifically the debts they load up to the government. (Mike Alba)
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