Professor Michael Johnston’s Follow-up Visit to Manila
February 14 to 21, 2010 – Professor Michael Johnston was back in the Philippines for a series talks and meetings, and to present his analysis and recommendations for anti-corruption strategies for the Philippines.
The events held during his visit included a roundtable discussion with selected business leaders and former high-level government officials on February 16 at the Mandarin Hotel, a roundtable discussion with the academe, civil-society groups and media on February 18 at the AIM Conference Center, and a public forum, in conjunction with the presentation of the 2009 Enterprise Survey on Corruption by the Social Weather Stations, on February 19 at AIM Conference Center.
Michael Johnston is a professor of Political Science at Colgate University in Hamilton, New York and is the winner of the 2009 Grawmeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order for his book, Syndromes of Corruption: Wealth, Power and Democracy. He has written or edited five other books and many book chapters and articles about corruption. In 2008, Ethisphere, an international think-tank, ranked Professor Johnston 36th on its list of the 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics.
Business Roundtable Discussion (February 16, 2010):
|Professor Michael Johnston of Colgate University||Mr. Jose Cuisia, Jr. and Professor Michael Johnston||Attendees of the Business Roundtable|
|Attendees of the Business Roundtable||Mr. Cesar Virata, Mr. Jose Cuisia, Jr. and Professor Johnston||Mr. Jesus P. Tambunting and Mr. Edilberto de Jesus|
Civil-Society Roundtable Discussion (February 18, 2010):
|Professor Michael Johnston of Colgate University||Mr. Vitaliano Nanagas, Ms. Marlene Po, Mr. Ky Johnson and Ambassador Delia Rosal||Mr. Ben Teehankee, Professor Frederico Macaranas, Ms. Corazon Alma de Leon and Ms. Heidi Mendoza|
|Professor Macaranas, Ms. Corazon Alma de Leon and Ms. Heidi Mendoza|
Public Forum (February 19, 2010):
|Professor Michael Johnston of Colgate University||Welcome Banner of the Forum||Attendees of the Public Forum|
|Attendees of the Public Forum||Professor Michael Johnston and Mr. Guillermo Luz|
|Professor Johnston, Mr. Guillermo Luz and Ms. Corazon Alma de Leon|