About the Host

Philippines as part of the ASEAN

AUNSince 1967, the Philippines has already been part of the Association of Southeast Asian Nation. Like any other ASEAN countries, the Philippines has been striving hard to build a better nation and a prosperous economy. In fact, despite the Ondoy and El Nino crises, there has been an increase in the GDP growth rate for the past quarters and would likely increase the full GDP growth target for this year. This goes to show that the Philippines has been doing a remarkable job in achieving its goals.



De La Salle-University as hostAUN

De La Salle University, a Catholic private university in the Philippines, is among the few Philippine universities selected by ASEAN to be part of the ASEAN University Network. It offers programs in undergraduate and graduate levels covering various fields in business and economics, law, engineering, the sciences, liberal arts, education and computer studies.

The De La Salle University (DLSU) School of Economics in partnership with the De La Salle University Economics Organization (DLSU Econorg) is greatly privileged to host the 4th ASEAN EBS Summit. Scheduled for the first quarter of 2011, DLSU EconOrg is tasked to plan and implement the 5-day activity.



What is Economics Organization (EconOrg)?

The Economics Organization is the breeding ground of future business leaders, nation builders and policy makers. The organization looks at being in dynamic synergy with the School of Economics and their goals. It is a student research organization that lobbies for growth and development of young economists, serving the Lasallian community and the Philippine society.