Rappler's latest stories on Jose Ramon Albert
Let us not focus on the trees and not see the forest. We have to get our act together and adopt a whole-of-nation approach to ensure that no Filipino will be in poverty by 2030 or even 2040.
'Whether you're dissatisfied or not that many people are going to vote for a particular candidate, the question is what are you gonna do about it?' statistician Jose Ramon Albert says
On Wednesday, March 20, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug sits down with Dr Jose Ramon Albert, statistician and senior research fellow at the Philippine Institute for Development Studies, about election surveys
We need to eliminate barriers to women in economics from entry level to leadership roles
Rappler sits down with UNDP's Andrew Parker and statistician Dr Jose Ramon Albert
The number of senior citizens, which has grown from 6.3 million in 2010 to 7.6 million in 2015, is expected to reach 11.7 million by 2025, and 22.6 million in 2045
Having family members in office all at the same time could be prohibited, while having family members serving one after another could be allowed
Duterte claims there are 3 to 4 million drug addicts in the Philippines but data from the Dangerous Drugs Board show there are only 1 8 million current drug users How will this affect the war on drugs?
Ex NSCB head Jose Ramon Albert asks the National Privacy Commission to compel the Comelec to properly inform each of the 55 million voters about the leak of their personal information
Ex NSCB head Jose Ramon Albert and CenterLaw Philippines will file an administrative complaint against the poll body with the National Privacy Commission after the 24 hour deadline
Surveys use a lot of statistical terms. We explain key terms and their significance to make them more understandable.
The long term solutions involve public transport affordable housing and having fewer people in the Metro
The biggest concentration of the middle class is in Luzon especially in Metro Manila which has a fourth of them and neighboring CALABARZON and Central Luzon
In 2012 the income share of the middle class can be estimated at about a third of total household income in the Philippines
There is reason to expect sustained growth in 2015 with election spending starting even in 2015 as 2016 involves the presidency
Can we measure corruption? If there evidence to suggest that corruption does harm to society to our wealth and to our prospects for development?
While Big Data are here to stay they do not mean the end of official statistics The challenge is to explore how to make use of nontraditional data sources such as Big Data to complement traditional data sources
On TalkThursday this week is Jose Ramon Albert the Secretary General of the National Statistical Coordination Board
Southeast Asian leaders ask Beijing for a “code of conduct” for the South China Sea PH comes closer to elevating its claim to islands in the South China Sea NSCB s head defends its poverty data
In 2010 P67 billion or a little more than 8 of government revenues came from excise taxes says the National Statistical Coordination Board