Celia M. Reyes has a doctor of Philosophy degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. She is President of the Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) and also the Leader/Director of the Community-Based Monitoring System (CBMS) Network. She has served as Co-Director of the Poverty and Economic Policy (PEP) Network from 2002-2011 and Director of the PEP-CBMS Research Program since 2002 to present. Dr. Reyes has also served as President of the Philippine Economic Society and has been adviser to various national government technical working groups on poverty monitoring and indicator systems in the Philippines since the early 1990s. She is currently the chairperson of the technical committee on poverty statistics convened by the National Statistical Coordination Board in the country. Dr. Reyes specializes in the fields of econometrics and poverty analysis and has written various research and policy papers relating to poverty monitoring as well as development and institutionalization of indicator systems. She has been engaged as project leader and resource person in various consultancy projects with the ASEAN Secretariat, Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID), , Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initaitive (OPHI), United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), World Bank, , among others.
|A Livelihood Approach to Understand Financila Inclusion as Informed by the Community Based Monitoring System (CBMS) Study in Katakwi Subcounty of Katakwi District||Uganda||CBMS|
|Determinants of Youth Unemployment and Labour Market Transition in Botswana||Botswana||Education and training , Labor markets|
|Analyse de l’impact d’un programme de protection sociale sur la pauvreté et l’emploi des femmes||Burundi||CBMS|
|Does addressing gender inequalities and empowering women improve development programme outcomes? The||Ghana||Gender|
|SOCIAL CAPITAL AND WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT IN KENYA: CASE STUDY OF MURANG’A COUNTY||Kenya||CBMS|
|Understanding the challenges of financial inclusion of rural women´s entreprenurship in Nicaragua||Nicaragua||CBMS|
|Determinants of financial inclusion among micro and small business youth entrepreneurs: Evidences from Addis Ababa and Shirka Wereda, Ethiopia.||Ethiopia||CBMS|
|Agricultural investments, labor productivity and rural poverty reduction: gender disparities in Togo||Togo||CBMS , Gender , Poverty and inequality , Health|
|CBMS-OPHI Testing the Missing Dimensions of Poverty||Philippines||CBMS , Gender , Poverty and inequality|
|CBMS-Philippines GFC||Philippines||CBMS , Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs , Globalization and trade|
|CBMS-Philippines Institutionalization: Institutionalization of the Community-Based Monitoring System in the Philippines||Philippines||CBMS|
|CBMS-Philippines GRB: Gender-Responsive Budgeting through the CBMS Lens||Philippines||CBMS , Gender , Poverty and inequality|
|CBMS-Philippines Impact of Prices: Analysis on the Impact of Changes in the Prices of Rice and Fuel on Poverty in the Philippines||Philippines||CBMS , Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs , Globalization and trade|
|CBMS In-Focus Publication Project||Canada|
|CBMS-Philippines Expansion: Development of a Community-Based Monitoring System in the Philippines||Philippines||CBMS|
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