Projects

AY 2017-2018

  • Work Assessment of Persons with Disability
    Project leader: Rosemary Seva (Industrial Engineering Department)
    Team member: Alvin Neil Guitierrez (Marketing Management Department)
    Funding agency: Unilab Foundation
  • Development of Teaching Tools to Apply Good Consumer Protection Practices in Six Priority Sectors 
    Project leader: Divina Edralin (Management and Organization Department)
    Senior team members: Jaime Cempron, Emiliano Hudtohan, Ronald Pastrana; Junior team members: Ana Liza Asis-Castro, Jennelyn Gannaban, Marissa Marasigan; Consultants: Nelson Celis, Benel Lagua, Alice Pham
    Funding agency: Australia – ASEAN Development Cooperation Program (AADCP) II

AY 2016-2017

  • ASEAN Academic Partnerships for Small Business and ICT Knowledge Transfer
    Team members (Philippines): Raymund Habaradas (Management and Organization Department); Paz Esperanza Poblador (Marketing Management Department)
    Funding agency: Australia – ASEAN Council (AAC), through Victoria University
    Participating institutions: De La Salle University, Mahidol University International College, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, and Victoria University
  • Business Model Innovation: Assessing the Value Creation Processes of Selected Government Training / Learning Institutes in the Philippines
    Project leader: Divina Edralin (Management and Organization Department)
    Team members: Raymund Habaradas, Liza Fumar, and Frances Jeanne Sarmiento (Management and Organization Department)
    Funding agency: Philippines-Australia Human Resource and Organisational Development Facility (PAHRODF)
  • Design Philippines: Case Studies of Selected Companies
    Project leader: Raymund Habaradas (Management and Organization Department)
    Team members: Reynaldo Bautista, Jr., and Paz Esperanza Poblador (Marketing Management Department)
    Funding agency: Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM)
  • The 2015 Consumer Coping Behavior Survey: How the Country’s Housewives are Coping with the Hard Times (Public Presentation by Dr. Eduardo Roberto)
    Partner institution: Social Weather Stations
  • Industry Analysis and Market Feasibility Study for Bevtech, Inc. and Crown Seal’s Proposed Manufacturing Facility in the Philippines
    Lead researcher: Emilina Sarreal (Decision Sciences and Innovation Department)
    Funding agency: Bevtech, Inc.

AY 2015-2016

  • Capturing Coral Reef and Related Services (CCRES) Project – Business Model Development and Evaluation (Business Analysis) Activity in El Nido, Palawan
    Project leader: Arnel Onesimo Uy (Accountancy Department)
    Senior researchers: Raymund Habaradas and Maria Andrea Santiago (Management and Organization Department)
    Junior researchers: Reynaldo Bautista, Jr. (Marketing Management Department); Shieradel Jimenez (Management and Organization Department); Liza Fumar (Management and Organization Department); Perry Carl Lim (Accountancy Department)
    Consultant: Jesusa Marco
    Funding agency: World Bank, through the University of Queensland

AY 2014-2015

  • Assessment of Corporate Responses to Sustainability Imperatives
    Overall project leader: Maria Andrea Santiago (Management and Organization Department)
    Team leaders: Divina Edralin, Raymund Habaradas, and Maria Andrea Santiago (Management and Organization Department)
    Funding agency: Commission on Higher Education – Philippine Higher Education Research Network
    Duration: December 2014 – November 2015
  • Inventory of Women Entrepreneurship Studies in the Philippines
    Project leader: Divina Edralin (Management and Organization Department)
    Team members: Ma. Cresilda Caning and Kathrine Abbey Cheng
    Funding agency: Women’s Business Council Philippines
    Duration: December 2014 – March 2015
  • Human Resource Management Manual for Workplace Inclusion
    Project leader: Divina Edralin (Management and Organization Department)
    Team members: Rachel Quero (Management and Organization Department); Mar Andriel Umali (Financial Management Department); Kathrine Abbey Cheng
    Funding agency: Unilab Foundation, Inc.
    Duration: November 2014 – February 2015
  • Compensation Structure for the DLSU Integrated School
    Project leader: Maria Andrea Santiago (Management and Organization Department)
    Team member: Raymund Habaradas (Management and Organization Department)
    Funding agency: De La Salle University
    Duration: October – December 2014
  • Value Chain Mapping of the Philippine Healthcare Industry
    Project leader: Emilina Sarreal (Decision Sciences and Innovation Department)
    Team member: Brian Gozun (Decision Sciences and Innovation Department)
    Duration: April – July 2014

AY 2013-2014

  • Vision 2020 and Beyond: Roadmap for the printing industry of the Philippines 
    Project leader: Raymund B. Habaradas (Management and Organization Department)
    Team members: Mitzie Ponce-Conchada (Economics Department); Denver Daradar (Management and Organization Department); Leah Macatangay (Management and Organization Department); Alloysius Paril (Accountancy Department); Alger Tang (Accountancy Department); Mar Andriel Umali (Financial Management Department)
    Funding agency: Philippine Center for Print Excellence Foundation (PCPEF) Duration: March – August 2014

    • Paper A: Vision 2020 and beyond: Road map for the Philippine printing industry
      Raymund Habaradas, Mitzie Ponce-Conchada, Denver Daradar, Leah Macatangay, Alloysius Paril, Alger Tang, Mar Andriel Umali
    • Paper B: The printing industry in the Philippines: A general landscape
      Raymund Habaradas and Mar Andriel Umali
    • Paper C: The innovation imperative: Upgrading for competitiveness or survival?
      Raymund Habaradas, Alger Tang, and Alloysius Paril
    • Paper D: Technological trends: Death or rebirth of the Philippine printing industry?
      Raymund Habaradas, Alloysius Paril, and Alger Tang
    • Paper E: Prospects and challenges of the Philippine printing industry in an open market
      Mitzie Ponce-Conchada
    • Paper F: Addressing the talent bottleneck of the printing industry – Alternative models for a Philippine printing institute
      Leah Macatangay and Denver Daradar
  • Women entrepreneurship in the digital age: The Philippine experience 
    Project leader: Divina Edralin (Management and Organization Department)
    Team members: Liberty Nolasco (Management and Organization Department); Mar Andriel Umali (Financial Management Department)
    Funding agency: Carolina E. Go Marketing Consultancy Services, Inc.
    Duration: January – June 2014

AY 2012-2013

  • Philippine Chemical Industry Master Plan 2012-2030
    Aida Licaros-Velasco, Maria Victoria Tibon, Nelson Celis, Eula Villar, Sallie Siao, and Joren Lex Tan  (Decision Sciences and Innovation Department)
    Funding Agency: Samahan sa Pilipinas ng mga Industriyang Kimika (SPIK)
    Duration: May 15 – August 31, 2012
  • Workshop on Development of Vision  and Mission and Code of Conduct for the Recruitment Agencies in the  Philippines
    Aida Licaros-Velasco and Sallie Ann Siao (Decision Sciences and Innovation Department); Hilario Caraan, Jocelyn Cruz, and James Keith Heffron (Commercial Law Department)
    Client: iRekrut Manpower, Inc.
  • A Reengineering Study on the Operations of the Lasallian Study Center
    Aida Licaros-Velasco, Emilina Sarreal, Maria Victoria Tibon, and Sallie Siao (Decision Sciences and Innovation Department)
    Client: Mr. Vincent Pacheco
    Duration: November 12 – December 19, 2012

 AY 2011-2012

  • ASEAN Common Curriculum for Entrepreneurship in the Philippines
    Project leader: Aida Licaros-Velasco (Decision Sciences and Innovation Department); Team members: Maria Victoria Tibon, Honor Dimapilis, Jhoanna Acosta, and Harvey Ong (Decision Sciences and Innovation Department)
    Funding Agency: Asia Science and Education for Economic Development Institute (Asia SEED)
    Duration: June 25 – October 31, 2011

AY 2008-2009

  • Demographic Changes and International Labor Mobility in the Philippines: Implications for Business and Cooperation
    Tereso S. Tullao, Jr. (Economics)
    Funding Agency: Philippine Pacific Cooperation Committee (PPECC)
    Duration: November 2007 – 2008. Completed June 2008.
  • The Impact of Temporary Labor Migration on the Demand for Education: Implications on the Human Resource Development in the Philippines
    Tereso S. Tullao, Jr., Edward See and John Paolo Rivera (Economics)
    Funding Agency: East Asian Development Network.
    Duration: August 2007 – July 2008. Completed July 2008.
  • Financial Conglomeration in the East Asian Region: Recent Trends and Implications for Regional Financial Market Development
    Neriza Delfino, Leila Kabigting, Liberty Patiu (Financial Management), Marissa Garcia, and Angelo Taningco (Economics)
    Funding Agency: Korean Institute of Finance.
    Duration: July 2006 – October 29, 2008. Completed October 2008.

AY 2006-2007

  • Enhancing the Movement of Natural Person in the ASEAN Region: Opportunities and Constraints
    Tereso Tullao, Jr. (Economics) and Michael Angelo Cortez
    Funding Agency: UNESCAP’s Asia-Pacific Research and Training Network on Trade (ARTNet).
    Duration: June 2006 – December 2006. Completed December 2006
  • Cost Analysis of Public Health Services
    Emily Christi A. Cabegin (Economics)
    Funding Agency: Management Sciences for Health (MSH)
    Duration: January 15, 2005 – April 15, 2005. Completed October 2006
  • Assessment of the Implementation of Magna Carta for Public Health Workers
    Emily Christi A. Cabegin (Economics)
    Funding Agency: Essential National Health Research (ENHR)
    Duration: March 30, 2005 –September 30, 2005. Completed November 2006

AY 2005-2006

  • Liberalization of Cross-Border Capital Flows and Effectiveness of Institutional Arrangements Against Crisis in East Asia
    Myrna Austria (Economics)
    Funding Agency: Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
    Duration: October 2005 – May 2006. Completed – May 2006
  • The Economic Impacts of International Migration: A Case Study of the Philippines
    Tereso S. Tullao, Jr. (Economics)
    Research Associates: Michael Angelo A. Cortez, Edward C. See.
    Funding Agency: East Asian Development Networks (EADN)
  • Development of a Curriculum and Training Methodologies for Financial Management of the Philippines 
    Project Director: Leila Calderon-Kabigting & Research Associate: Junette A. Perez (Financial Management)
    Funding Agency: Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)

AY 2004-2005

  • The Pattern of Intra-ASEAN Trade in the Eight Priority Goods Sector –
    Myrna S. Austria (Economics)
    Funding Agency: Australian-ASEAN Development Cooperation Program. Regional Economics Policy Support Facility

AY 2002-2003

  • Alternative Educational Delivery System Responsive to Changes in the Labor Market: Rethinking Educational Governance Structure
    Gerardo Largoza (Economics)
    Funding Agency: Philippines APEC Studies Center Network (PASCN)
  • Evaluation of the Industrial and Support Service Extension Program 
    Ponciano Intal, Jr., Roberto Raymundo, Paulynne Castillo, Marvin Castell, Vivencio Dizon (Economics)
    Funding Agency: Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP)

AY 2001-2002

  • The Development of a Philippine Program for the Promotion of Services
    • An In-depth Study on the Management Consulting Services Industry in the Philippines
      Edgardo N. Bolinao and Ma. Theresa D. Mosquito (Business Management)
      Philexport – Trade and Investment Policy and Advocacy (TAPS)
    • An In-depth Study on the Animation Industry in the Philippines
      Leonardo R. Garcia Jr. (Marketing Management)
      Philexport – Trade and Investment Policy and Advocacy (TAPS)
    • An In-depth Study of the Film Industry in the Philippines
      Leonardo R. Garcia Jr. (Marketing Management)
      Philexport – Trade and Investment Policy and Advocacy (TAPS)
    • An In-depth Study on the Printing and Publishing Industry in the Philippines
      Tereso Tullao, Jr. and Raymund Habaradas (Business Management)
      Philexport – Trade and Investment Policy and Advocacy (TAPS)
    • An In-depth Study on the Accounting and Financial Services Industry in the Philippines
      Tereso S. Tullao (Economics), Nimpha M. Aquino and Teresita T. Nadurata (Accountancy)
      Philexport – Trade and Investment Policy and Advocacy (TAPS)
    • An In-depth Study on the Hotel and Restaurant Industry in the Philippines
      Divina M. Edralin (Business Management) & Paulynne J. Castillo (Economics) Philexport – Trade and Investment Policy and Advocacy (TAPS)
    • An In-depth Study on the Health Industry in the Philippines
      Divina M. Edralin and Jose B. Decolongon (Business Management)
      Philexport – Trade and Investment Policy and Advocacy (TAPS)
  • Human Resource Requirements of the Financial Sector Under a Liberalized Regime 
    Tereso S. Tullao, Jr. (Economics) and Leila Y. Calderon (Business Management)
    Philippines APEC Studies Center Network (PASCN)
  • An Analysis of Collective Bargaining Agreements
    Divina M. Edralin and Raymund Habaradas (Business Management)
    Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES)
  • In the Heat of the Night: Combating Child Labor in the Tourism Industry
    Divina M. Edralin, Michael Angelo A. Cortez, Jose Decolongon, Raymund B. Habaradas (Business Management) and Edralin C. Lim (Financial Management)
    International Labour Office – International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (ILO-IPEC)
  • Training Manual 2: In the Heat of the Night Combating Child Labor in the Tourism Industry
    Divina M. Edralin, Michael Angelo A. Cortez, Jose Decolongon, and Raymund B. Habaradas (Business Management)
    International Labour Office – International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (ILO-IPEC)
  • At Your Service: Mga Kwento ng mga Kabataang Manggagawa sa Industriya ng Turismo
    Divina M. Edralin and Raymund Habaradas (Business Management)
    International Labour Office – International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (ILO-IPEC)
  • Final Evaluation of the Footwear Sector Project in Biñan, Philippines
    Divina M. Edralin (Business Management)
    International Labour Office – International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (ILO-IPEC)
  • Final Evaluation of the Fishing Sector Project in Dumaguete, Philippines – 
    Divina M. Edralin (Business Management) and Nimpha M. Aquino (Accountancy)
    International Labour Office – International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (ILO-IPEC)
  • An In-depth Study on the Ceramics Industry in the Philippines
    Divina M. Edralin, Raymund Habaradas (Business Management) and Paulyne J. Castillo (Economics)
    International Labour Office – International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (ILO-IPEC)
  • Assessing the Situation of Women Working in CALABARZON
    Divina M. Edralin and Ma. Theresa Mosquito (Business Management)
    Philippines APEC Studies Center Network (PASCN)

AY 2000-2001

  • The Development of a Philippine Program for the Promotion of Services
    • The Architecture and Engineering Services Industry in the Philippines
      Edgardo N. Bolinao (Business Management Department)
      Trade and Investment Policy Analysis and Advocacy Support (TAPS)
    • The Education Services Industry in the Philippines
      Tereso S. Tullao, Jr. (Economics Department).
      Trade and Investment Policy Analysis and Advocacy Support (TAPS)
    • The Entertainment Industry in the Philippines
      Divina M. Edralin (Business Management Department)
      Trade and Investment Policy Analysis and Advocacy Support (TAPS)
    • The Information Technology Service Industry in the Philippines
      Tereso S. Tullao, Jr. (Economics Department)
      Trade and Investment Policy Analysis and Advocacy Support (TAPS)
    • The Pre-Need Services Industry in the Philippines – 
      Divina M. Edralin (Business Management Department)
      Trade and Investment Policy Analysis and Advocacy Support (TAPS)
  • An In-depth Study on the College/University/Industry Linkage in the Philippines
    Project leader: Divina M. Edralin (Business Management Department); Team members: Vicente Abrenica (Psychology), Nimpha Aquino and Enrico Baluyut (Accountancy), Jess Co, Jose Decolongon, Raymund Habaradas, Ma. Theresa Mosquito, and Eleazar Toledo (Business Management), Edralin Lim (Financial Management), and Ma. Luisa Chua (Marketing Management)
    Commission on Higher Education (CHED)
  • Assessing Women Situation in CALABARZON
    Divina M. Edralin (Business Management Department)
    Philippines APEC Studies Center Network (PASCN)
  • Factors Influencing the Observance of the Core ILO Labor Standard by Manufacturing Companies
    Divina M. Edralin (Business Management Department)
    Philippines APEC Studies Center Network (PASCN)
  • At Your Service: Combating Child Labor in the Tourism Industry
    Divina M. Edralin (Business Management Department)
    National Union of Workers in the Hotel Restaurant and Allied Industries (NUWHRAIN)
  • Training Manual on Combating Child Labor in the Tourism Industry
    Divina M. Edralin (Business Management Department)
    National Union of Workers in the Hotel Restaurant and Allied Industries (NUWHRAIN)
  • An Evaluation on the Readiness of Filipino Professionals to Meet International Competition
    Tereso S. Tullao, Jr. (Economics Department)
    Trade and Investment Policy Analysis and Advocacy Support (TAPS)
  • Competition in Philippine Telecommunications: A Survey of Critical Issues
    Ramonette B. Serafica (Economics Department)
    Philippine APEC Studies Center Network (PASCN)