McGill University, Canada (2010)
MSc in Management
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2000)
BSc in Naval Engineering and Hydrodynamics
Universidade Federal do Rio deJaneiro, Brazil (1996)
Joint-Head of the Consulting Major
Audencia Business School, France, 2014 - 2017
Research fellow & external evaluator
University of Cape Town, South Africa, 2013 - 2014
McGill University, Canada, 2010
Insper, Brazil, 2003 - 2004
Fundaçao Getulio Vargas, Brazil, 2002 - 2004
IAG (Ecole de commerce), Brazil, 1999 - 2003
Université Pontificale Catholique de Rio (PUC), Brazil, 1999 - 2003
MIT Sloan, United States of America, 2012
AZEVEDO, G. (2018). The Imaginary Empire: Portugal between two globalizations. Cambridge University Press.
AZEVEDO, G. (2015). Undesirable overflows and socio-industrial design., ASAC (Administrative Sciences Association of Canada) Annual Conference.
AZEVEDO, G. (2015). The international spread of management cultures., 6th EURAM Early Career Colloquium “How to PRomote your research?”.
AZEVEDO, G. (2015). The cultural hybridization of organizations., 12th JIBS (Journal of International Business studies) Paper Development Workshop, AIB 2015 Annual Meeting.
AZEVEDO, G. (2015). The autopoiesis of spreading management cultures., at ASAC (Administrative Sciences Association of Canada) Annual Conference.
AZEVEDO, G. (2015). Symbolic relocalizations: how cultural flows transform unbounded cultures., FROG (French Research on Organizations Group) Research Meeting.
AZEVEDO, G. (2015). Managing overflows by design: the path towards holism and some other ecosystem evolutionary coincidences., 31st EGOS (European Group of organizational studies) Colloquium.
AZEVEDO, G. (2014). The international spread of management cultures., AIB 2014 Annual Meeting.
AZEVEDO, G. (2014). The cultural hybridization of organizations., 14th Annual Conference EURAM.
AZEVEDO, G. (2017). Are immigration concerns damaging the global economy?. www.finance-monthly.com.
AZEVEDO, G. (2015). Por que as lições de Lemann e seus sócios são valiosas para sua empresa. Diario do Commercio (Brazil).