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College of International Management

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CORTEZ Michael Angelo A
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Books Number of the published data : 4
No. Title Publication date
1 Movement of Natural Persons Between the Philippines and Japan: Issues and Prospects 2013/06
Title Movement of Natural Persons Between the Philippines and Japan: Issues and Prospects
Publisher Philippine APEC Study Center Network
Pages that you were responsible for 133-176
Joint authors Tereso S. Tullao, Jr.
ISBN 978-971-564-061-9
Summary
This chapter was used by the Philippine negotiating team in the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement in 2006. It is now published by the Philippine APEC Study Center Network and Philippine Institute for Development Studies for economic policy research.
 
2 25 years of Intellectualization of the Filipino Language 2012/09
Title 25 years of Intellectualization of the Filipino Language
Publisher De La Salle University Press
Pages that you were responsible for 5-20
Joint authors
ISBN
Summary
A summary of many research papers and essays I have co-authored with Prof. Tereso S. Tullao, Jr includiing his individual works over the last 25 years.
 
3 Green Growth: Managing the Transition to a Sustainable Economy. Chapter 9 - Environmental Innovations... 2012/03
Title Green Growth: Managing the Transition to a Sustainable Economy. Chapter 9 - Environmental Innovations and Financial Performance of Japanese Companies
Publisher Springer
Pages that you were responsible for 90-100
Joint authors Co-authored with Cynthia Cudia
ISBN 978-94-007-4416-5
Summary
Presented in the the Greening of Industry Network Conference in Seoul, Korea, this chapter explores the bi-directional relationships of financial performance and environmental innovations for automotive and electronics companies.
 
4 Chapter 10. Migration under a Japan-Philippines free trade agreement 2010/01
Title Chapter 10. Migration under a Japan-Philippines free trade agreement
Publisher World Scientific Publishing Co. PTE Ltd
Pages that you were responsible for
Joint authors
ISBN 139789812833730
Summary
This paper shows the changing structure of migration between Japan and The Philippines in the light of a bilateral trading agreement which was recently ratified. From entertainers, Filipino migrants are seen to shift to health providers to address Japan's aging population.