RESEARCH

The Network conducts critical realist, interdisciplinary research infused with Catholic social principles to understand the contexts and forces which influence business leaders in adopting more humanistic and socially responsible practices and the outcomes of such practices for the well-being of various stakeholders.  Research projects, both conceptual and empirical, include the development of multi-stakeholder models of business for educational and management development, case studies of humanistic and socially responsible managers and companies, developments in multi-stakeholder corporate governance policies and practices, among others. Currently, the network has two research assistants, namely Lerma B. Bautista and Alvin Neil A. Gutierrez. They are currently DBA students who shared their research interests on critical realism, humanistic management, and responsible research.

Some publications produced under the goals of the Network are the following:

Publications

  • Teehankee, B. (2017, April). Building actionable knowledge for responsible management and sustainable business practice: The role of critical realism. DLSU Business Research Notes and Briefings, 5(4).
  • Teehankee, B. (2014). Tracing the history of the triple-bottom-line paradigm for business success.  In R. Habaradas & D. Daradar (Eds.), Rethinking business: Responsibility and sustainability; Governance and finance, (pp. 3-19). Manila: De La Salle University
  • Teehankee, B. (2014). Workplace spirituality.  In R. Hechanova, M. Teng-Calleja & V. Villaluz (Eds.), Understanding the Filipino worker and organization (pp. 250-255). Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University.
  • Abueg, L., Sauler, M. & Teehankee, B. (2014). Towards a common good model of the firm. DLSU Business and Economics Review, 24(1), 1-12.
  • Teehankee, B. (2013).  Institutionalizing faith-based management education in a Catholic university. Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 31(2), 287-302.
  • Teehankee, B. (2011).  Corporate governance. In R. Santos (Ed.), Essentials of investments in the Philippine capital markets (2nd ed.), (pp.155-192). Las Piñas: Southville.
  • Teehankee, B. (2008). Humanistic entrepreneurship: An approach to virtue-based enterprise. Asia-Pacific Social Science Review, 8(1), 89-110.
  • Teehankee, B. (2008). Why should corporations be socially responsible? In V. Santos (Ed.), Doing good in business matters: Frameworks (pp. 1-29 ). Makati: Asian Institution of Management.

Conferences

  • Teehankee, B. (2017). Critical realist action research and humanistic management education.  Academy of Management Proceedings, 17(1), 13285.
  • Luisito Abueg, Gerardo Largoza, Mariel Monica Sauler, and Benito Teehankee.   “The impact of a common good model of the firm on prosocial business decision-making of students: An experimental investigation.” DLSU Research Congress 2016, March 7-9, 2016.
  • With Daradar, D. “Teaching socially responsible strategic management through a computer-based business simulation game”, DLSU Research Congress, March 7, 2014.
  • With Sauler, M. and Abueg, L. “Toward a common good model of the firm with suppliers, labor and consumers”. DLSU Research Congress 2014, March 7, 2014.