Rankings of Cities and Municipalities are based on the sum of their scores on 5 Pillars: Economic Dynamism, Government Efficiency, Infrastructure, Resiliency, and Innovation. Provincial rankings are based on population and income weighted average of the Overall scores of cities and municipalities under a province.
Building local competitiveness is critical to enhancing long-term national competitiveness. In pursuit of this goal, the National Competitiveness Council encouraged the creation of Regional Competitiveness Committees (RCCs) across the Philippines. Each RCC is composed of members from the public sector, private sector and academe. It should have one chairman from the public sector and a co-chairman from the private sector.Read More
Reno R. Rayel ■ University of Perpetual Help System DALTA - Molino
Doracie Zoleta-Nantes, Jed Frank S. Marqueses and Charly R. Lacorte ■ Southern Luzon State University - Lucban, Quezon
Creates stable expansion of businesses and industries and higher employment. The pillar matches the output and productivity of the local economy with...
Refers to the quality and reliability of government services and government support for effective and sustainable productive expansion.Read more
Applies to the capacity of a locality to build systems that can absorb change and disturbance and being able to adapt to such changes.
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