TULLAO, TERESO S. JR.
SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
Professor TERESO S. TULLAO, JR. is a University Fellow, Professor of Economics, and the Director of the Angelo King Institute for Economic and Business Studies. He was former Dean of the College of Business and Economics (CBE) at De La Salle University (DLSU). He was educated at DLSU (AB, 1973), Stanford University (AM, 1974), and at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University (MALD, 1980, Ph.D., 1982). He has been teaching for almost four decades at DLSU. He was visiting professor and scholar at various institutions in Japan, USA, China, Thailand, France, and Laos. In 1993, he was awarded as one of the Outstanding Teachers of the Philippines by the Metrobank Foundation. He is currently writes weekly column in PinoyPeriodiko. He has published several articles, monographs and books in Filipino and English in the fields of economics of education, trade in services, movement of natural persons, migration and remittances. Some of his recent works include: "Movement of Natural Persons Between the Philippines and Japan: Issues and Prospects". (2013) Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS); "Bilateral Labor Agreements and Trade in Services: The Experience of the Philippines". (2013) The World Bank Group. "Investing in Human Capital: The Key to Transforming the Asia Pacific Region". (2013). Asia Pacific World; and Transforming the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) into a Global Services Hub: Enhancing Competitiveness of the Health and Wellness and Creative Services Sectors, An Integrative Report. (2012) Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA). He recently completed a research report with ERIA on Education and Human Capital Development to Strengthen R&D Capacity in ASEAN (2013), and he is currently preparing a research report for PIDS on Establishing Linkages of Human Resource Development with Inclusive Growth.