Teehankee, B. (In press). Makataong pamamahala (person-centered management): Toward indigenizing Filipino management research and practice in the Philippines. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40622-023-00361-0.
Yu, T., Teehankee, B. & Rocha, R. G. (2023). A systematic review of research paradigms in the Journal of Management Spirituality and Religion. Academy of Management Proceedings. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5465/AMPROC.2023.13065abstract
Riedy, C., Parenti, M., Childers-McKee, C., & Teehankee, B. (2023). Action research pedagogy in educational institutions: Emancipatory, relational, critical and contextual. Action Research, 21(1). https://doi.org/10.1177/14767503221150337
Cruz, E. & Teehankee, B. (2021). A kind of business: 50 essays on business leadership and society. Anvil Publishing.
Kim, T.W., Maimone, F., Pattit, K., Sison, A.J. & Teehankee, B. (2021). Master and slave: The dialectic of human-artificial intelligence engagement. Humanistic Management Journal. DOI: 10.1007/s41463-021-00118-w
Que, M. & Teehankee, B. (2021). Managing for the common good: Catholic Social Teachings and ethical management practice. Journal of Business, Ethics and Society, 1(2). https://journal-jbes.org/journal-files/Managing-for-the-Common-Good.pdf
Teehankee, B. (2020). Emancipating students for learning, action and knowledge production. In M. Larrea (Ed.), Roots and wings of action research for territorial development: Connecting local transformation and international collaborative learning (pp. 147-152). Deusto.
Rogers, T. & Teehankee, B. (2020). Critical realism: A philosophy of science for responsible business and management research. In M. Thompson & L. Zsolnai (Eds.), Responsible research for better business (pp. 17-34). Palgrave Macmillan.
Teehankee, B. & Sevilla, Y. (2019). Managing for good work: Principles and practices for humanistic management based on Catholic Social Thought. In R. Aguado & A. Eizaguirre (Eds.), Virtuous cycles in humanistic management: From the classroom to the corporation (pp. 121-134). Springer.
Teehankee, B. & Silapan, R. (2019). Towards explaining academic entrepreneurship: A critical realist analysis of intellectual property commercialization at the University of San Carlos. Philippine Academy of Management E-Journal, 2(1), 6-23.
Bradbury, H., Waddell, S., O’Brien, K., Apgar, M., Teehankee, B., & Fazey, I. (2019). A call to action research for transformations: The times demand it. Action Research, 17(1), 3-10.
Teehankee, B. (2018). Corporate governance. In R. Santos (Ed.), Essentials of investments in the Philippine capital markets (3rd ed.), (pp. 215-256). Southville.
Teehankee, B. (2018). Critical realist action research and humanistic management education. Humanistic Management Journal, 3(1), 1-20.
Teehankee, B. (2017). Institutional entrepreneurship: Transforming management education for participatory human development in the Philippines. In Hilary Bradbury and Associates, Cooking with action research: Stories and resources for self and community transformation (pp. 39-53). AR+
Teehankee, B. (2017, April). Building actionable knowledge for responsible management and sustainable business practice: The role of critical realism. DLSU Business Research Notes and Briefings, 5(4).
Teehankee, B. (2014). Tracing the history of the triple bottom-line paradigm for business success. In R. Habaradas & D. Daradar (Eds.), Rethinking business: Responsibility and sustainability; Governance and finance, (pp. 3-19). De La Salle University.
Teehankee, B. (2014). Workplace spirituality. In R. Hechanova, M. Teng-Calleja & V. Villaluz (Eds.), Understanding the Filipino worker and organization (pp. 250-255). Ateneo de Manila University.
Abueg, L., Sauler, M. & Teehankee, B. (2014). Towards a common good model of the firm. DLSU Business and Economics Review, 24(1), 1-12.
Teehankee, B. (2012). Institutionalizing faith-based management education in a Catholic university. Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 31(2), 287-302.
Teehankee, B. (2011). Corporate governance. In R. Santos (Ed.), Essentials of investments in the Philippine capital markets (2nd ed.), (pp.155-192). Southville.
Teehankee, B. (2008). Humanistic entrepreneurship: An approach to virtue-based enterprise. Asia-Pacific Social Science Review, 8(1), 89-110.
Teehankee, B. (2008). Why should corporations be socially responsible? In V. Santos (Ed.), Doing good in business matters: Frameworks (pp. 1-29 ). Asian Institute of Management.
Teehankee, B. (2008). Corporate social responsibility and health care. PCS Newsletter, 28 (3), 13-15,24.
Teehankee, B. (2004). Culturally sensitive leadership in the Philippine setting. In D. Tjosvold & K. Leung (Eds.), Leading in high-growth Asia (pp. 211-229). World Scientific.
Teehankee, B. (2004). Corporate governance. In R. Santos (Ed.), Essentials of investments in the Philippine capital markets (pp. 497-529). Southville.
Humanistic Artificial Intelligence for Management and National Development. International Research Colloquium of the Management, Spirituality and Religion Division of the Academy of Management. July 27, 2023.
"Re-imagining the Philippines". Breaking Ground: OD Lab 2021. Via Zoom. December 1, 2021
"Resetting Capitalism for the Common Good". 7th Annual Public Policy Conference: Reset and Rebuild for a Better Philippines in the Post-Pandemic World. September 14, 2021. Via Zoom
"Shared Prosperity: Promoting Equity and Growth". PMAP 65th Anniversary Summit: LEADING RECOVERY. NURTURING HUMANITY. Via Zoom. October 27, 2021.
"Technology Ethics: Moral or Technical Matter?" Institute of Internal Auditors of the Philippines (IIAP) Annual Convention: Moving Ahead X Moving Beyond. October 21, 2021. Via Zoom.
"Understanding mission-based social academic entrepreneurship: A critical realist approach". Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, 2018, Chicago, Illinois.
"Critical realist action research and humanistic management education". Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia.
"Building actionable knowledge for responsible management and sustainable business practice: The role of critical realism", 4th National Business & Management Conference (NBMC 2016) on the theme "Tackling local, national, and regional challenges through responsible management and sustainable business practices" held at Ateneo de Davao, Davao City, July 23, 2016.
Understanding Mission-based Social Academic Entrepreneurship: A Critical Realist Approach. B Teehankee, J Jimenez, L Silapan, Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 17929
Critical realist action research and humanistic management education, BL Teehankee. Academy of Management Proceedings 17 (1), 13285
With Luisito Abueg, Gerardo Largoza, & Mariel Monica Sauler, "The impact of a common good model of the firm on prosocial business decision-making of students: An experimental investigation." DLSU Research Congress 2016, March 7-9, 2016.
"Forming responsible managers through action research training in the MBA program: Promise, challenges and prospects." 3rd National Business and Management Conference (NBMC 2015) with the theme “Responsible management and sustainable business: A response to regional integration”, held in October 23 and 24, 2015 at Saint Louis University, Baguio City.
With Daradar, D. "Teaching socially responsible strategic management through a computer-based business simulation game", DLSU Research Congress, March 7, 2014.
With Sauler, M. and Abueg, L. "Toward a common good model of the firm with suppliers, labor and consumers". DLSU Research Congress 2014, March 7, 2014.
"Towards a common good model of the firm." UN PRME Asia Conference. November 14, 2013, Ateneo Professional Schools, Makati.
“Transnational Education Policy in the Philippines: Perspectives and Issues”. Capacity Building Seminar on Transnational Education Services. APEC Human Resources Development Group. September 24-28, 2008, Manila, Philippines.
"Challenges in building academic research capability in the management discipline". Presented during the Asia-Pacific Conference on Higher Education Research organized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) held in Manila Hotel, August 19, 2004.
"How Responsible Management Education is integrated into the curriculum of De La Salle University", during the 6th PRME ASIA Forum 2015 with the theme "Towards Responsible Management Education", hosted by Goa Institute of Management, Goa, India, November 28, 2015.
"Implementing active learning in a Lasallian MBA program through service learning and action research: A Philippine experience," during the III Forum La Salle with the theme "Lasallian Teaching Competences And Active Methodologies In Higher Education", hosted by Universidad La Salle Mexico, Cuernavaca, Mexico, October 15-16, 2015.
"Mapping PRME’s concept of responsible management", during the 6th PRME ASIA Forum 2015 with the theme "Towards Responsible Management Education", hosted by Goa Institute of Management, Goa, India, November 27, 2015.
"Forming responsible managers through action research training in the MBA program: Promise, challenges and prospects", during the 3rd National Business and Management Conference, hosted by St. Louis University, Baguio City, October 23, 2015.
"Forming reflective managers and management educators through action research education: the case of De La Salle University’s MBA program", during the THE 5TH PRME ASIA FORUM 2014 with the theme "Transforming leaders for sustainable business and society", hosted by Universiti Utara Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, November 13, 2014.
"Is business ethics reform possible from within? Institutional entrepreneurship at the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Association of the Philippines (PHAP)". The 15th Asia Pacific Management Conference (APMC) held on December 2, 2011 at the National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan.
"Institutional entrepreneurship and marketing ethics". Journal of Management Studies Alternative Conference Program. Held in Shatin, Hong Kong, hosted by the Society for Advanced Management Studies. October 22-23, 2011.
“A Brief Review of Research in Corporate Social Responsibility at De La Salle University”, presented during the Philippine Conference on Research in Corporate Social Responsibility, held at the University of Santo Tomas, September 1, 2011.
"The triple bottom-line." 23rd National Convention of the Production and Operations Management Association of the Philippines, October 7, 2011.
"Is ethical reform possible from within? Institutional entrepreneurship at the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Association of the Philippines (PHAP)". Lecture for the Corazon C. Aquino Professorial Chair in Business Management, March 23, 2011.
"The Analytic Hierarchy Process: Capturing Quantitative and Qualitative Criteria for Balanced Decision Making," 3rd National Conference of the Operations Research Society of the Philippines (ORSP), November 13, 2009.
"The social psychology of corporate governance ethics" Lecture for the Sen. Benigno S. Aquino Jr. Professorial Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance, March 2008.
“Building humanistic corporations: Catholic Social Teaching and corporate governance”, Lecture for the Benigno S.Aquino Jr. Distinguished Professorial Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance, March 17, 2007.
“For whom is the corporation being run?”, Inaugural lecture for the Sen. Benigno S. Aquino, Jr. Distinguished Professorial Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance, April 2, 2005.
"Building Ethical Organizational Cultures through Entrepreneurship". Lecture for the Ambassador Francisco V. del Rosario Distinguished Professorial Chair in Entrepreneurship on October 25, 2003
"Moral business creativity: Towards a normative theory of entrepreneurship". Inaugural lecture for the Ambassador Francisco V. del Rosario Distinguished Professorial Chair in Entrepreneurship, July 19, 2002.