HomeFar Eastern University Faculty Research Journalvol. 1 no. 1 (2011)

Multiplier Effect of a Basic Economy: A Survey of Economic Activities Around Far Eastern University and Implications to Zoning

Alfredo N. Lapuebla | Charlie P. Bello

Discipline: Economics, Education



The objective of this study was to describe the land use development within the university belt area. Through data gathered from a house-to-house survey of critical areas around Far Eastern University, interviews with students, faculty and employees, the researchers prepared clustering plans of the site. The results of the survey were converted into an as-built master plan showing the locations of the clusters and the dominant economic activities within a cluster. The results were explained in relation to their direct effects upon the future zoning redevelopment of the area.