Ph.D. in Southeast Asian Studies, National University of Singapore
Rural development • agrarian reform, peasantry • Area studies • life histories • Mindanao • social movements and CSOs • globalization from below VIEW FULL PROFILE
- Ph.D. in Southeast Asian Studies, National University of Singapore
- M.A. in Asian Studies (Southeast Asia), Asian Center, University of the Philippines Diliman
- B.A. in Philosophy, University of the Philippines Diliman
- Rural development
- Agrarian reform and the peasantry
- Official development assistance
- ASEAN regional integration
- Theories in area studies
- Alternative development paradigms
- Life histories
- Regional development (e.g., Mindanao)
- Social movements and civil society organizations
- Globalization from below
- AS 210 Theories and Perspectives in Area Studies
- AS 255.1 Social and Economic Development in SEAsia
- AS 298 Special Problems in Asia - Alternative Development Paradigms
- AS 253 Readings in SEAsia - Life Histories in SEAsia
- AS 201a Modern Asia
- AS 204 Agrarian Development and the Peasantry in Asia
- AS 260 Seminar on South Asia
- AS 250 Seminar on SEAsia 1
- AS 251 Seminar on SEAsia - Indonesia
- AS 254 Special Problems in SEAsia - The 1997-98 Econ Crisis
- PS 225 The Philippine Peasantry
- PS 302 Theories and Perspectives in Philippine Studies
"Living in Times of Unrest: Bart Pasion and the Philippine Revolution." Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press (Forthcoming).
2016. "Political Dynasties in the Philippines: Persistent Patterns, Perennial Problems." Southeast Asia Research, July (co-authored with Teresa Tadem).
2015. "Technocracy and the Peasantry: Martial Law Development Paradigms and Philippine Agrarian Reform." Journal of Contemporary Asia 45 (3): 394–418.
2012. "Development and Distress in Mindanao: a Political Economy Overview." Asian Studies: Journal of Critical Perspectives on Asia 48:1–2.
2012. “Grassroots Democracy, Non-State Approaches, and Popular Empowerment in Rural Philippines.” Philippine Political Science Journal 33 (2): 161–77.
2012. “The Peasantry as a Class in the Philippine Context.” Philippine Social Science Review 64 (1): 67–97.
2009. “The Filipino Peasant in the Modern World: Tradition, Change and Resilience.” Philippine Political Science Journal Volume 30 (Issue 53): 1–34.
2008. “Peasant Lives in the Margin: The Life and Times of Vicente and Marcelina Narciso.” Singsing 6 (1). Angeles City: Juan D. Nepomuceno Center for Kapampangan Studies.
2007. “Reconstructing Peasant Lives in Central Luzon: The View from Below.” Social Science Diliman 4 (1–2): 1–35.
2010. “Marxism, the Peasantry and Agrarian Revolution in the Philippines.” In Marxism in the Philippines: Continuing Engagements, edited by Teresa Encarnacion Tadem and Laura Samson. Pasig: Anvil Publishing.
2010. “Development Down the Drain: The Crisis of Official Development Assistance to the Philippines." In Finance or Penance for the Poor, edited by Filomeno Sta Ana III. Quezon City: Social Watch Philippines.
2017. "New Perspectives on Civil Society Engagement with ASEAN." Heinrich Boll Stifting Southeast Asia, 12 July.
2017. "Challenging ADB's Immunity." Inquirer, 6 July.
2017. "The Marawi Crisis and the Challenge of Higher Education." Inquirer, 3 July.
2017. "Why the government TRAIN could derail." Inquirer, 23 June.
2017. "Perils of an Unrestricted Rural Market." Inquirer, 7 June.
2017. "Red flags on government debts." Inquirer, 29 May.
2017. "Going bananas." Inquirer, 17 May.
2017. "Why RCEP is the problem, not the solution." Inquirer, 17 May.
2017. "Social debt in housing." Inquirer, 11 April.
2017. "Historic audit of illegitimate debts." Inquirer, 9 November.
2016. "The Marcos Debt." Inquirer, 24 Nov.
2016. "The pitfalls of Special Economic Zones." Rappler, 10 Nov.
2016. "A Huk Vet in Libingan ng mga Bayani." Inquirer, 7 Nov.
2016. "Can Duterte Fix Agrarian Reform?" Inquirer, 19 June.
2016. "The Saga of the Teduray Sisters." Inquirer, 17 June.
2015. "Marcos should apologize to Filipino farmers." Inquirer, 2 September.
2015. "Why not a presidential candidate from the left." Inquirer, 7 August.
2014. "ASEAN's Elusive Integration." Talk of the Town, Inquirer, 4 May, A15.
2013. "Territorial Disputes in East Asia: Alternative Approaches." Inquirer, 4 August.
2010. “Why Indonesia Outperforms RP.” Inquirer, October 31 [Reposted in Blog, Politics for Breakfast]
2010. “Mindanao Question: Build a New Development Paradigm." Inquirer, 21 August [Reposted in Trade Union Congress of the Philippines].
2010. “Foreign Nurses and Caregivers in Japan.” Global Pinoy, Inquirer, 9 August.
2010. "Development and Distress in Mindanao: A Political Economy Overview." UP Forum 11:1 (January–February) 1,3–15.
2009. “Maguindanao Massacre: Political rivalry, not ‘rido’ driven." Inquirer, 5 December.
2008. “Foreign Aid and CARP Extension.” Talk of the Town, Inquirer, July. Co-author (with Saturnino Borras and Mary Ann Manahan).
ACTIVITIES: CONFERENCES ATTENDED, ETC
- Agrarian Issues in the Philippines: Professor Ed Tadem Takes Part in ARENA Congress in Penang
- Dean Santarita, Professor Tadem of the UP Asian Center Receive UP Diliman Centennial Professorial Chair Awards
- From Cotabato to Zamboanga: Read "The Saga of Three Teduray Sisters" by Dr. Ed Tadem
- Inequality, Debt, and Tax Justice | A Commentary by Dr. Ed Tadem
- Migration within Mindanao: Read "The Saga of Three Teduray Sisters" by Dr. Ed Tadem
- Professor Ed Tadem Argues for Socialist Agrarian Reform at International Conference in Chiang Mai, Thailand
- Professor Ed Tadem Comments on SWS Survey on the BBL, Mamasapano
- Professor Ed Tadem of the Asian Center Takes Part in a Philippine Studies Symposium in Honolulu
- Professor Ed Tadem Takes Part in Socialism in Asia Conference
- Professor Eduardo Tadem Elected President of Freedom from Debt Coalition
- Professor Tadem Explores the Impact of Special Economic Zones on the Peasantry in Montreal Conference
- Read: 'Can Duterte Fix Agrarian Reform?' by Dr. Eduardo Tadem
- Three Reasons Why Political Dynasties Persist in the Philippines
- “Global Economic Downturn Could Affect PH” | A Commentary by Dr. Eduardo Tadem
- Read: On rural land markets, debt, the RCEP, and alternative venture agreements | by Ed Tadem, PhD