The best-selling Philippine textbook that introduces readers through the origins of management thought from ancient times all the way up to the post-modern era. Atty. Noli T. Santos, Ph.D., president emeritus of the Philippine Council of Management, provides one of the most scholarly presentations of the different theories, applications, and perspectives in his book. A separate section on Corporate Governance addresses the legal, ethical, and structural patterns of and problems associated with the ownership and control of organizational and managerial behavior.
Price: Php 300
Concepts, Processes and Issues, Revised edition
A concise handbook for those beginning to understand and put into practice a formal system of planning within their organizations. Dr. Jack E. Effron informs the reader with actual approaches utilized by companies around the world, and includes cases to highlight the Philippine setting.
A useful textbook for a graduate or advanced undergraduate course, International Marketing gives students the framework for preparing for the rigors of entering the global marketplace with all its risks and attendant confusion given the plethora of options and cultures facing the international marketer.
A useful reference for those seeking to make sense of the often times confusing rules and regulations surrounding taxation in the Philippines. Prepared by technical and legal luminaries in the field of tax research, administration and adjudication: Dr. Dante Sy, the late SEC Associate Commissioner Gonzalo Santos, Atty. Edgardo Paras and Dr. Emmanuel Santos.
Price: Php 250
The Constitution of the Philippines: Notes and Comments
The Millenial Edition of the former 1972 Con-Con Delegate Atty. Noli Santos is another best-selling textbook for non-legal students studying Philippine Constitution and Government. A commentary on one of the world’s most verbose and detailed constitutions, the 1987 Constitution, this edition will allow its readers to grasp and perform his/her civic duties as a citizen of the Philippines. The often, confusing issues surrounding the citizen’s right to revolution and the role of the military as protector of the State and the people are unique and succinct features of this book. Publication of this latest edition had to be postponed several times in order for recent issues such as the constitutionality of the Arroyo presidency to be incorporated.
Price: Php 350