Inocencio, Arlene B.
De La Salle University
Arlene B. Inocencio is an associate professor at the School of Economics, De La Salle University (DLSU), Manila. She joined DLSU in early 2010. Her recent research work includes assessment of the performance of the Philippine irrigation program, measuring the economic impacts of the government national greening program, studying the potential of public-private partnership in irrigation, reviewing the national irrigation service fee policy, establishing payments for ecosystem services under the sustainable financing of protected areas project, monitoring and evaluation of agricultural programs, and benchmarking of performance of river basin organizations. She teaches micro and macroeconomics, resource valuation, research methodology, and agricultural economics. Prior to joining DLSU, she served as Economist at the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) in Sri Lanka (HQ), then South Africa (first Africa office), and Thailand/Malaysia (Southeast Asia Offices) from late 2001 to mid 2008. She worked in various countries which include the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, India, some sub-Saharan African countries as IWMI staff and/or consultant of the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, African Development Bank, FAO, OECD, IFAD, and some international consulting firms.
Micro and macroeconomics, resource valuation, research methodology, and agricultural economics.