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Project UNESCO Creative Cities: CRCFI launches research on Stakeholder Cooperation

By |October 25th, 2021|CRCFI Research Fund, Expertise, News, Social Economics|

Underscoring social organization including firm centrality in effecting key changes in Philippine society, Center for Research and Communications Foundation, Inc. (CRCFI), the research arm of the University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) recently launched its latest research on stakeholder cooperation. Shifting value from “shareholder” to “stakeholder”—that is, greater attention expended to “social stakeholders” has ... continue reading

Tony Meloto: On the Challenges of Social Entrepreneurship

By |October 22nd, 2021|CRC Insights, CRC Publications, Social Economics|

The challenge for social entrepreneurs in most third-world countries is two-fold. First, there is the question of how to help grow the local economy and protect the environment by raising a new generation of wealth creators at home, rather than just jobseekers abroad.  And social entrepreneurship is the place where charity, sustainability, entrepreneurship, ... continue reading

CRC Asia-Pacific Cooperative Leaders’ Forum

By |July 14th, 2014|CRC Events, News, Round Table Discussions, Social Economics, University News|

This post was recovered from an article first posted on 2014-07-14 08:49:51 CRC Asia-Pacific Cooperative Leaders’ Forum Participants of the CRC Asia Pacific Cooperative Leaders' Forum. Photo by CRC CRC held the Asia-Pacific Cooperative Leaders’ Forum on the theme, Co-operatives in the Agribusiness Sector: Responding to the Challenges and Opportunities of the ASEAN Economic Community ... continue reading