Faculty - Fernando Y. Roxas, DBA
           

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Fernando Y. Roxas, DBA
Washington SyCip Graduate School of Business, AIM
Core Faculty

 

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Professor Fernando Y. Roxas, DBA, is on the core faculty of the Master in Business Administration (MBA) Program of the W.SyCip Graduate School of Business (WSGSB). His areas of specialization are privatizations, the energy sector and fine arts.
 
Before joining AIM, Prof. Roxas was the head of the Privatization and Restructuring External Office of the National Power Corporation (NPC) and, in that capacity, worked closely with four successive NPC presidents and Secretaries of the Department of Energy (DOE). He was the former manager for strategic planning of NPC and had also spent several years in its Engineering Department. He remains a technical advisor to the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC).
 
Prof. Roxas has lectured on a broad range of energy-related topics, including privatization and the restructuring of the electricity industry. He has provided consultancy services on business management, engineering geology and exploration geophysics. He has also served on the MBA faculty of De La Salle University.
 
Prof. Roxas  is a regular member of the National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP). He was a contributing editor of the Journal of the Geological Society of the Philippines and a member of MENSA (Philippine Chapter).  He is also an exhibited painter and trained classical singer.
 
Prof. Roxas received a Doctorate in Business Administration (With High Distinction) from De La Salle University Graduate School of Business Administration (1999). His dissertation applied a partial equilibrium model to quantify consumer and producer surpluses resulting from the restructuring and deregulation of the Philippine electricity industry. He holds a Master in Business Management from the Asian Institute of Management (1987) and a Master of Science in Engineering Geology from the Asian Institute of Technology (1983). He completed his Bachelor of Science in Geology from the University of the Philippines (1978).
 
Prof. Roxas teaches Operations Management, Sources & Uses of Power and Systems Thinking in the MBA and Executive Education Programs. He also works closely with Policy Center on researches regarding energy and power sector issues. He has published articles in international, peer reviewed journals regarding the Philippine electricity industry.