Bernardo M. Villegas
Recent Articles
Philippine Road Show in Canada
published: Feb 25, 2019



Raising Courteous and Caring Children
published: Feb 15, 2019


Aiming for World Cup 2030
published: Feb 08, 2019

 
Featured Article
Agricultural Logistics in the Philippines

           A leading agribusiness guru in the Philippines, Dr. Rolando Dy, has done it again.  He has added to a long list of publications on the Philippine agribusiness sector a most valuable factbook on agricultural logistics in the Philippines.  With a generous funding from the family of the late Engr. David M. Consunji, considered the father of the Philippine construction sector, he has come out with a literature review of existing materials on logistics, with a special focus on agricultural logistics.  In all listings of the sunrise industries in the Philippines over the coming decades, supply chain or logistics is always included.  Within this broad sector is agricultural logistics which, in turn, is an important part of the agribusiness industry.

   Featured Books
POSITIVE DIMENSIONS OF POPULATION GROWTH

       The historical trends, empirical findings, and policy updates are discussed in detail in the essays compiled in this book. The most convincing argument that supports the thesis of the book, i.e. that population growth is a poitive factor in attaining sustainable human development, is found in the foreword to the book, which is adopted from an article written by Mr. Roberto de Ocampo, former Finance Secretary of the Philippines and multi-awarded finance official in Asia. Thanks to the continuing growth of the Philippines population, Filipinos are in more than 100 countries all over the world, contributing much-needed foreign echange and purchasing power to the Philippine economy and fostering the human and spiritual development of the most diverse of peoples and cultures on this planet.

   Featured Video
Antigua Forum Interviews 2012

 An interview with Dr. Villegas about the PH economy in Antigua Forum, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, last January 2012. See Link: