• Sustainable Tourism, Sustainable Energy Systems, Systems Thinking and Strategy

Research Interests

  • Sustainability, Renewable Energy Systems, Sustainable Tourism
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Fernando Martin Y. Roxas, DBA

Department of Analytics, Information, and Operations
Executive Director, Dr. Andrew L. Tan Center for Tourism Research

Academic Background

  • Doctor of Business Administration (high distinction), De La Salle University Graduate School of Business (Philippines)
  • Master of Business Administration, Asian Institute of Management (Philippines)
  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering Geology, Asian Institute of Technology (Thailand)

Professional and Academic Experience

  • Consultant, Energy Systems & Sustainable Tourism

Affiliations, Awards, and Honors

  • 2017 Most Outstanding Case (2nd Runner Up) “Smokey Tours: The Other Side of Manila” with Fernando Roxas by CEEMAN and Emerald Publishing
  • 2013 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence


  • Roxas, F. & Santiago, A. (2017).  Smokey Tours: The other side of Manila.  Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, 7(5). [ISSN 2045-0621]
  • Santiago, A. & Roxas, F. (2016).  Building a culture of disaster preparedness for the Philippines.  The NRCP Research Journal, 16(1), 47-63.  [ISBN: 0117-3294]
  • Santiago, A. & Roxas, F. (2016).  Killer bags on the loose: The painful descent of an innovative company.  Case Centre, Reference no. 716-0042-1
  • Sustainable Philippine Cities and Habitat for the New Millennium. Journal of Developing Societies, Issue 32.3 (in press), pp 1 – 23, DOI: 10.1177/0169796X16651949, Santiago, A. and Roxas, FM., (September 2016).
  • Feed-in tariffs as an incentive to power investments in the Philippines, Asia Pacific Business & Economics Perspectives, 3(2), Dampf, M. & Roxas F., Winter 2015
  • Alternative framework for renewable energy planning in the Philippines. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, 59, 1396-1404. [ISSN: 1364-0321] doi:10.1016/j.rser.2016.01.084, Roxas, F. & Santiago, A. (2016).
  • The case of the unhappy teachers, The Case Journal, 11(3), 1-16. [ISSN: 1544-9106]. doi:10.1108/TCJ-05-2015-0012, Santiago, A. & Roxas, F. (2015)
  • Reviving farming interest in the Philippines Through agricultural entrepreneurship education, Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 5(4), 15-27, [ISSN 2152-0801],, Santiago, A. and Roxas, F. (2015, August)
  • Catastrophic Disaster as opportunities for sustainable reconstruction: The case of Typhoon Haiyan, DLSU Business and Economics Review, 25 (1), 143-154, Notes on Business Education, Santiago A. and Roxas, F. (2015)
  • Reaching out to survivors: Typhoon Haiyan, Philippines, Journal of Business Ethics Education, 11, 317-324, Santiago A. and Roxas, F. (2014)
  • Identifying, developing, and moving sustainable communities through renewable energy. World Journal of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development, 9(4), 273-281. doi: 10.1108/20425941211271487. [2013 Outstanding Paper Award by Emerald Literati Network], Santiago, A. and Roxas, F., Renewable Energy: World Journal of Science, Technology, and Sustainable Development. Published October 2012.
  • Broken Dreams: Unmet Expectations of Investors in the Philippine Energy Restructuring and Privatization (Energy Policy, August 2010), Roxas, F. and Santiago, A. (1990).
  • Understanding Electricity Market Reforms and the Case of Philippine Deregulation, The Energy Journal, (March 2010), Santiago, A and Roxas, F.

Chapters Written in Internationally Published Books

  • Innovative inclusive development strategies: Lessons from the Philippines. In Gudic, M., Rosenbloom, A. & Parkes, C. (Eds). Responsible Management Education and the Challenge of Poverty: A Teaching Perspective, (pp. 26-41). Greenleaf Publishing: Sheffield, UK., Santiago, A. & Roxas, F. (2015)
  • An entrepreneur’s contribution to poverty alleviation in the Philippines. In D. Halkias (Ed.) Entrepreneurship and Sustainability: Business solutions for poverty alleviation from around the world, (pp.71-76). London, United Kingdom: Gower Publishing. 978-1-4094-2873-2, Santiago A. and Roxas, F. (2012)

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