(Published by The Manila Times on 6 May 2020) THE presidential adviser on entrepreneurship, Jose Maria “Joey” Concepcion 3rd, whipped up a social media fuss a few days ago. On … Read More
(Published by The Manila Times on 29 April 2020) THE coronavirus pandemic has exposed the many faces of poverty, especially in urban areas. It also exposes what seems to be … Read More
(Published by The Manila Times on 22 April 2020) HEALTH Secretary Francisco Duque 3rd is to gecko as Vulcaseal is to glue. He clings to his post with the tenacity … Read More
At most 78, and not the actual number of cases of 712 (12 deaths) of the passengers of Diamond Princess could have been infected if the ship was evacuated earlier.
The message and frame by which COVID 19 communicated is crucial: on it depends how people behave and take precautions to avoid being infected.
(Also published by The Manila Times on 25 March 2020) PEOPLE in many countries, especially in Europe, are sick of and dying from the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19). Declared by … Read More
(Also published by The Manila Times on 4 March 2020) DEVELOPED by Project RAND (of Rand Corp.) in the 1950s, the Delphi Method is a management tool originally designed “to … Read More
As a regular Metro Manila commuter since 1975, I have experienced–then and now–how millions live their lives on the road. The Mandaluyong (where I lived) to Manila (where I attended … Read More
In my last column, I discussed the fault lines of the Philippine economy. I feel there is need to elaborate. The essay tried to use imagery to highlight the dangers … Read More
We greet with more than a sigh of relief the news that the Philippine economy, in terms of Gross Domestic Product, or GDP, grew by 6.2 percent in the third … Read More
At the United Nations, questions about who is going to keep the peace resurface. As coffers dry up due to non-payment of dues by at least one-third of its member … Read More