The Leo Parma-Asiapro Professorial Chair for Social Entrepreneurship
Leo Parma-Asiapro Professorial Chair – UA&P News Archive
Funded by Asiapro’s Kagawani Foundation, the Leo Parma-Asiapro Professorial Chair will enable in perpetuum a number of our professors to undertake a wide range of research focusing on how economics and business can–without losing their predominant concerns on getting the maximum material benefits from relatively scarce resources–still be instruments for attaining societal goals. – Read more
Alum endows UA&P research on social entrep – UA&P News Archive
University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) Strategic Business Economics Program alumnus Leo G. Parma made history in social entrepreneurship when his company, Asiapro, became the country’s largest workers’ cooperative, with over 35,000 members.
That meant better financial security among thousands of Filipino families and businesses.
But Parma was not satisfied.
So when UA&P’s Center for Research and Communication (CRC) invited him to consider creating a professorial chair in social entrepreneurship, he thought it a worthwhile “investment”—and a fitting “payback” to his alma mater. – Read more