The paper is part of a 5-part study on assessing green potential and readiness of Philippines’ major industries. The section of the study provides an overview of the automotive sector, its historical development and a supply chain analysis.
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The paper is an initial attempt to codify labor market analysis of potential and current markets for Overseas Filipino Workers. The research provides a discussion on evaluating migrant-friendliness of host countries to design negotiating framework.
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The paper provides an assessment of Romania and Bulgaria as potential employment destinations of overseas Filipino workers. The paper examines the structures, policies and systems of Romania and Bulgaria to assist successful OFW’s ability to integrate in two counties’ labor market.
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Transnational exchanges refer to exchanges of goods, services and information between and among sovereign states. The paper focuses on the study of labor diplomacy as a process whereby the interest and welfare of citizens are promoted and their rights protected.
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The paper investigates the extent of green adoption in the sectors and posits that background conditions, contextual factors and perceptual dimensions contribute to the differences in the breadth and depth of adoption. The research presents three case briefs that explore the green potential and readiness of three sectors, namely: automotive, electronics and construction.
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