Joseph J. Capuno : Citation Profile


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University of the Philippines at Diliman

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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

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Papers

RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   17 years (1999 - 2016). See details.
   Cites by year: 1
   Journals where Joseph J. Capuno has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 3.    Total self citations: 5 (13.89 %)

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Relations with other researchers


Works with:

Quimbo, Stella Luz (3)

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Joseph J. Capuno.

Is cited by:

Cabalfin, Michael (3)

Mendoza, Ronald (3)

Venida, Victor (3)

O'Donnell, Owen (3)

Abrigo, Michael Ralph (2)

flores, gabriela (2)

Beja, Edsel (2)

Van Doorslaer, Eddy (1)

Fafchamps, Marcel (1)

Keefer, Philip (1)

Akita, Takahiro (1)

Cites to:

Case, Anne (6)

Besley, Timothy (6)

Fabella, Raul (5)

Bardhan, Pranab (5)

Shleifer, Andrei (5)

Revelli, Federico (4)

Quimbo, Stella Luz (3)

Pernia, Ernesto (3)

Caliendo, Marco (3)

Fuwa, Nobuhiko (2)

Persson, Torsten (2)

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Where Joseph J. Capuno has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
Philippine Review of Economics4

Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
UP School of Economics Discussion Papers / University of the Philippines School of Economics13
Philippine Journal of Development / Philippine Institute for Development Studies2

Recent works citing Joseph J. Capuno (2018 and 2017)


YearTitle of citing document
2017Federalism: Prospects for the Philippines. (2017). , Romulo. In: Discussion Papers. RePEc:phd:dpaper:dp_2017-29.

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2017Social Protection and Access to Health Care among Children in the Philippines. (2017). Abrigo, Michael Ralph ; Paqueo, Vicente B. In: Discussion Papers. RePEc:phd:dpaper:dp_2017-36.

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Works by Joseph J. Capuno:


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2012AGGLOMERATION AND SUB-REGIONAL DISPARITIES UNDER DECENTRALIZATION: EVIDENCE OF SPATIAL CLUSTERING OF LAND VALUES IN THE PHILIPPINES In: Review of Urban & Regional Development Studies.
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2007Social Health Insurance for the Poor Programs of the Philippines and Vietnam In: Philippine Journal of Development.
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2007PJD 2006 Special Volume in Honor of Alejandro N. Herrin - Introduction In: Philippine Journal of Development.
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1999Some Inferences from the Distribution of the Devolved Health Services In: UP School of Economics Discussion Papers.
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1999The Political Economy of Decentralization: Financing of Health Services in the Philippines In: UP School of Economics Discussion Papers.
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2005The quality of local governance and development under decentralization in the Philippines In: UP School of Economics Discussion Papers.
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2007Justice and Cost of Doing Business: The Philippines In: UP School of Economics Discussion Papers.
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2010Spatial development and the law of one price : Evidence of convergence of land values In: UP School of Economics Discussion Papers.
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2010Leadership and Innovation under Decentralization : A Case Study of Selected Local Governments in the Philippines In: UP School of Economics Discussion Papers.
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2010Household choices, circumstances and equity of access to basic health and education services in the Philippines In: UP School of Economics Discussion Papers.
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2012The effects of term limits and yardstick competition on local government provision of health insurance and other public services : The Philippine case In: UP School of Economics Discussion Papers.
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2012Household decisions and child health : Estimating the links between water treatment and the incidence of diarrhea using non-recursive two-equation causal models In: UP School of Economics Discussion Papers.
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2012Whose child is it anyway? Differential parental investments in education and children under kinship care in the Philippines In: UP School of Economics Discussion Papers.
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2012Perks and public provisions : Effects of yardstick competition on local government fiscal behavior in the Philippines In: UP School of Economics Discussion Papers.
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2012Are improved water supply and sanitation always safe for children? Implications for attaining the MDGs in the Philippines In: UP School of Economics Discussion Papers.
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2013Shocks to Philippine households: Incidence, idiosyncrasy and impact In: UP School of Economics Discussion Papers.
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2013Shocks to Philippine Households: incidence, idiosyncrasy, and impact.(2013) In: Philippine Review of Economics.
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2009Household out-of-pocket health spending, health insurance coverage, and children’s school attendance in the Philippines In: Philippine Review of Economics.
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2012The PIPER forum on 20 years of fiscal decentralization: a synthesis In: Philippine Review of Economics.
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2016A novel way of measuring the endowment effect of gaining a child In: Philippine Review of Economics.
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2014Public–Private Service Delivery Arrangements and Incentive Schemes in Developing Asia In: ADB Economics Working Paper Series.
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2010Can Information about Local Government Performance Induce Civic Participation? Evidence from the Philippines In: Journal of Development Studies.
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