Building an Inclusive Democracy is a research program that features a collection of cutting-edge research that promotes evidence on how the political landscape is linked to socio-economic outcomes, and foster efforts to advance political and economic reforms.
Containing the latest research and insights of academics and development practitioners pursuing political and economic reforms in the ASEAN region, Building Inclusive Democracies in ASEAN recognizes that a well-functioning democracy is part of what ultimately fosters inclusive growth and development.
19 September 2017
Critical Perspectives on Federalism for Regional Development. Proceedings of the Third Annual Public Policy Conference 2017
Debate on Federal Philippines: A Citizen's Handbook
This book will surely enrich the public debate on federalism. It will provide the Filipinos with needed data on how the Federal System once embedded into our Constitution would benefit our people. - Aquilino "Nene" Pimentel Jr., former Senate President, "Father of the Local Government Code"