Researchers from the UST Research Center for Social Sciences and…
CABAUATAN, Ronaldo R.
CABAUATAN, Ronaldo R.
Ronaldo Cabauatan is currently connected with the College of Commerce and Business Administration of the University of Santo Tomas. He finished his MA in Economics in UST in 2005 and BS in Economics in PUP in 2001. He also completed his Ph.D. Economics in the UST Graduate School. He has been connected with the Research Center for Social Sciences and Education.
Dr. Cabauatan served as an Industry Roadmap consultant for the Department of Trade and Industry – Board of Investment from April 2012 to December 2012. He also taught in Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila as an Instructor from 2004 to 2006. He also served as Japanese consul staff in the Embassy of Japan from April 2005 to May 2005.
His previous researches were concentrated on the following:
- Effects of Population, Inflation, and Unemployment on Education
- Textile and Garment Industry in the Philippines
- Effects of Financial Globalization in the Philippines: An Empirical Analysis
- Price and Money Supply in the Philippines: A Causality Analysis
- The Philippine Steel Industry: Its Performance, Determinants, Contribution to the Economy and Prospect
- The Extent of Macro-Economic Indicator Affecting the Philippine National Budget
- Agricultural Production per Male Agricultural Worker
- Financial Analysis on Smart Communication, Inc. and Subsidiaries
His specializations are Financial Economics; Econometrics (SPSS, Eviews); Public Sector Economics; International Economics; Monetary Economics; Mathematical Economics; and International Financial Institutions.
- Doctor of Philosophy, major in Economics, University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines, 2018
- Master of Arts, major in Economics, University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines, 2005
- Bachelor of Science, major in Economics, Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Manila, 2001
- Innovative Marketing and Distribution Strategies for Balut and New Products – Funded by DOST-PCAARRD (August 2018 – January 2020
- Effects of the Sin Tax Incremental Revenue for Health – Funded by DOST-PCHRD (June 2016 – October 2016)
- Agricultural Economics
- Economic Development
- Economics of Education
- Health Economics
- Inclusive Growth
- International Publication Award, University of Santo Tomas (2018)
- Industry roadmap consultant
- Industry consultant
- Cabauatan, R., Uy, C., Manalo, R. & de Castro, B. (2021). Factors affecting intention to use blended learning approach in the tertiary level: A quantitative approach. Higher Education for the Future, online first, [indexed in Scopus]
- Cabauatan, R.R. (2020). Behavioral intention of students in utilizing new technology in studying: a quantitative approach. International Journal on Social Innovation & Research, 11, 87-98.
- Cabauatan, R.R. (2018). Anaysing energy consumption in the Philippines using vector error correction. International Social Science Journal, 67(225-226), 137-150. https://doi.org/10.1111/issj.12136
- Cabauatan, R.R. (2018). A comparative analysis on selected issues on economics of education in ASEAN countries. Review of Integrated Business and Economics Research, 7(S1).
- Cabauatan, R.R. (2018). Current account balance in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia on economics of education. International Journal on Social Innovation & Research, 9(2018), 37-48.
- Cabauatan, R.R. (2018). Comparative study of factors related to private and public school graduates’ performance in high stakes test. Asian Journal of Educational Research and Synergy, 10.
- Cabauatan, R.R. (2017). Thailand and the Philippines: A comparative analysis on economics of education. International Journal on Social Innovation & Research, 8, 101-114.
- Cabauatan, R.R. (2016). Analysis of inflation, unemployment and population on education. Science & Technology Development Journal, 19(X3).
- Cabauatan, R.R. (2015). Factors affecting university entrants’ performance in high-stakes test: A multiple regression analysis. Asia Pacific Education Review, 16(4).