Mapúa commits to provide a learning environment to students and personnel to acquire the attributes that will make them globally competitive; engage in publishable and/or economically viable research, development, and innovation; and, provide state-of-the-art solutions to problems of industries and communities. Recently, the University, and the School altogether, has transitioned to being a Digital, Research-driven, Outcomes-based, International Domain or D.R.O.I.D.; to this, the School is committed to shift its efforts to research, having faculty members conducting research from time-to-time and replaced its feasibility study degree requirement to thesis papers.
BLANCAFLOR, MARY ROSE Q., PH.D.
Paper Presentation (International)
- Blancaflor, M.R.Q. (2011, December). Special economic zones in China with implications to policy formation. Paper presented at the Academy of International Business Southeastern Asia Regional Conference, Taipei, Taiwan.