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Mr. Winston Conrad Padojinog

Wrong Winston Conrad Padojinog?


University of Asia

Employment History

  • Economist
    University of Asia
  • Economic Professor
    University of Asia
  • Senior Economist and Dean
    School of Management at the University of Asia..
  • Senior Economist
    University of the Asia
  • Senior Economist and Dean
    School of Management at the University
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Web References
Advocacy Archives - Earthlingorgeous, 13 Nov 2015 [cached]
Winston Padojinog, President of the University of Asia and The Pacific
:: Welcome to Manila Bulletin Online ::, 1 May 2005 [cached]
Winston B. Padojinog, an economist at University of Asia and the Pacific, told a local newspaper that increased demand for top-grade commercial offices will drive vacancy this year down to 15 percent of available space from nearly 35 percent in 1999.
YEHEY!News [cached]
"Tourism is definitely a bright spot in the Philippine economy this year," said economics professor Winston Padojinog of the University of Asia and the Pacific.
Padojinog based his figures on the 1.286 million tourist arrivals recorded in the first half of 2005, which he said would most likely be replicated in the second semester.
He noted that the tourism industry in 2004, generated revenues amounting to $1.99 billion from 2.3 million visitor arrivals.
"We are on our way to receiving 2.6 million visitor arrivals this year, the highest in many years," he said.
Winston Conrad Padojinog, ..., 30 Aug 2012 [cached]
Winston Conrad Padojinog, senior economist and dean of the School of Management at the University of Asia...
Sun.Star Iloilo - Ilonggos prefer buying appliances than food when income increases, 23 Sept 2005 [cached]
This was disclosed by Winston Padojinog, senior economist of the University of the Asia and the Pacific during a press conference dubbed "Economic Outlook" last week.
His report showed that one percent of the increase in regional output increases average household income by 1.44 percent.
In his summary of impact of a household income contraction on Iloilo consumption behavior, Padojinog reported that non-durable furnishings consumption were highest with .58 percent, higher than consumption of food with .07 percent and tobacco with .08.
It was found out that .41 percent of household income goes to educational fees, next higher to consumption of non-durable furnishings.
Clothing and footwear consumption, durable furnishings and house maintenance and repairs were higher than that of food with .23, .24, and .23 percent.
Padojinog advised that lifestyles should change by eliminating consumption to unnecessary and luxury goods; shift usage of the modern but more efficient durable goods; and consider substituting more expensive goods with the less expensive ones, which also provide the same level of utility.
He also added that those who have more must share with those who have less.
He advised firms to improve productivity by increasing firm productivity by solving to reduce cost, increase value and perhaps to consider exporting or generating foreign exchange abroad.
He added that producers should let the market determine how the economic agents will react to the price environment.
"It has been proven in the past crisis that the players in the economy are forced to become more efficient in the use of the resources; highly creative in coming up with new technologies to deal with the problem; and more philantrophic," he said.
Having admitted that there was price crisis in Western Visayas, Padojinog stated that the economy of the region will slow down from 6.0 percent to 5.3 percent this year, thus it is necessary to be economically wise.
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