Emmanuel "Noli" Tiu Santos landed in the Who's Who in the World, according to Gene Mc Govern, chief executive officer of the Marquis' Who's Who Publications' 22nd edition 2005 which is "limited to individuals who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their fields of endeavor and contributed significantly to the betterment of contemporary society."
Santos is Chairman-CEO and founding president of the International Academy of Management and Economics which has been pioneering in global education since 1986 in spite of the barriers set up by regulatory authorities and local associations of colleges and universities.
Santos, a delegate to the 1971 Constitutional Convention, was included in the International Yearbook and Statemen's Who's Who, Cambridge, England, 1977 and 1983; Marquis' Who's Who in the World, 5th Edition, USA, 1980; Men of Achievement, 1982 and 1990; The International Who's Who of Intellectuals, 1982 and 1990; Community Leaders in the World, American Biographical Institute, USA, 1985; Top 5000 Personalities of the World, and Awardee for "Outstanding Service to the Cause of Freedom and Democracy", American Biographical Institute, 1992; International Who's Who of Professionals, Who's Who Historical Society Boston, Massachusetts, USA, 2002.
is author of best-selling books The Philippine Business Laws, Constitution of the Philippines: Notes and Comments, Organization and Management, Corporate Governance, and Principles of Management.
is co-author with British professor Jack Effron of Strategic Management, Comparative Labor Relations, International Management, International Business Environment, and International Marketing.
As delegate to the 1971 Constitutional Convention
was assigned by Convention President Diosdado Macapagal, also 5th President of the Philippines
, to sponsor the creation of the Ombudsman as anti-corruption body, the Bill of Social and Economic Rights which included free education, social services in housing and health, rights of workers, youth and women.
likewise sponsored the right to freedom of information, right to travel, right to counsel, and right against detention incommunicado.
All these provisions were carried over to the 1987 Cory Aquino Constitution.
A corporate lawyer, Santos was commercial banker, part-time lecturer in UP, Ateneo, UE and UST graduate schools.
He was OIC governor of Nueva Ecija, chairman of Regional development Council III, secretary-general of League of Governors and City Mayors of the Philippines and chairman of IBC-13.
has travelled extensively in U.S. Europe, and other cities of the world for several times.