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Five RVRCOB faculty members present papers in Okinawa conference

 

Five faculty members of the Ramon V. del Rosario College of Business (RVRCOB) of De La Salle University (DLSU) presented their research papers in the 2018 Asia Pacific Business and Economics Research Society (APBERS) Conference held on January 19 and 20 at the Hyatt Regency, Naha, Okinawa, Japan. The theme of the conference was “Multi-stakeholder approach in advancing research on sustainability”.

One of the keynote speakers was CBRD Director Dr. Raymund B. Habaradas, who presented his paper “Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm: Illustrating a multilever ecosystem approach to social business incubation”.

Other presenters from DLSU were Atty. Antonio Ligon of the Commercial Law Department who presented “The South China Sea conundrum: Effects and remedies of the environment crimes committed in the South China Sea”; Dr. Florenz Tugas of the Accountancy Department, who presented his paper “Does age matter” A closer look at the technology readiness of CPAs in public accounting practice in the Philippines; Dr. Cynthia Cudia and Mr. Aeson Luiz dela Cruz, also of the Accountancy Department, who presented their paper titled “Earnings management choice and effect of firm characteristics and corporate governance practices: Evidence from publicly listed property sector firms in the Philippines”.

The conference attracted scholars from various universities from Guam, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Thailand. Conference co-chairs are Dr. Michael Angelo A. Cortez of Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan; and Dr. John Paolo Rivera of the Asian Institute of Management, Philippines.

DLSU faculty members to take part in ICT workshops funded by the Australia-ASEAN Council

 

Dr. Raymund Habaradas
of the Management and Organization Department (MOD)

Ms. Paz Esperanza Poblador
of the Marketing and Advertising Department (MAD)

Two faculty members from the Ramon V. del Rosario College of Business (RVRCOB) will take part in a series of workshops meant to improve the capacity of ASEAN academics to conduct research on the enabling role of information and communication technology (ICT) in bolstering small business, and to eventually deliver ICT courses for small businesses in their respective countries. This project, dubbed “ASEAN academic partnerships for small business and ICT knowledge transfer”, is a multi-country collaboration between Victoria University (Australia), Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (Malaysia), De La Salle University (Philippines), and Mahidol University International College (Thailand). Representing DLSU are Dr. Raymund Habaradas of the Management and Organization Department (MOD) and Ms. Paz Esperanza Poblador of the Marketing and Advertising Department (MAD).

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