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Guilherme AZEVEDO

Associate Professor

  • Business & Society Department

Teaching Domains

Cross-cultural management
Social Innovation
Business Ethics
Emerging-markets strategy
Globalization studies
Business history

Research Domains

Organizational nonsense and paradoxes
Globalization of cultures
Business history and cultural studies
Organizational ethnograpies
Sustainability, mobility, energy transition and socio-industrial design
History of racial relations and of inclusion

Curriculum vitae

PhD
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)

Publications

AZEVEDO, G. (2018). The Imaginary Empire: Portugal between two globalizations. Cambridge Institutes Press.

AZEVEDO, G., & QUENTAL, C. (2019). Brazil is not for beginners: The complications of a semi-Western case of racial inclusion. Edinburgh: European Group for Organizational Studies.

AZEVEDO, G., & QUENTAL, C. (2019). Brazil is not for beginners: how to tell black from white when history produces entangled racial myths? (Best divion paper award). Administrative Sciences Association of Canada.

AZEVEDO, G. (2019). Cultural theorizations in business history: how histories shape cultures and vice versa. Academy of Management Conference.

AZEVEDO, G. (2019). National histories producing cultural symbolisms: the case of the Portuguese thalassocratic enterprise. EURAM.

AZEVEDO, G. (2018). When histories produce enduring symbolisms: the case of the Portuguese thalassocratic enterprise. Administrative Sciences Association of Canada.

AZEVEDO, G. (2018). We don’t live in territories anymore, we live in times. How co-temporalities can help to unblock global socio-economic development gridlocks. Kyoto: Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics.

AZEVEDO, G. (2018). Ethical limits of the circular economy: nature’s lessons for a community-centered model of socio-industrial design. Kyoto: Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics.

AZEVEDO, G. (2018). We don’t live in territories anymore, we live in times. How co-temporalities can help solving complex environmental and social problems. (Awarded best conference paper.). Sustainability, Ethics, and Entrepreneurship Conference.

AZEVEDO, G. (2017). Making sense of the nonsense of international cultures: laughing and learning from the case of French corporations. EURAM.

AZEVEDO, G. (2017). On the historical construction and the present heritage of a Portuguese thalassocratic mythology. Lisbon: CHAM International conference.

AZEVEDO, G. (2017). Beyond circular economy: nature’s lessons on a holistic socio-industrial design. San Juan: Sustainability, Ethics and Entrepreneurship Conference.

AZEVEDO, G. (2017). Why is history ignored by those who study cultures? An essay on how histories shape cultures and vice versa. (Best division paper award). Administrative Sciences Association of Canada.

AZEVEDO, G. (2016). From a cultural narrative of co-territoriality to one of co-temporality: The construction of cooperation, preservation, and peace in the next millennium. Budapest: Degrowth International Conference.

AZEVEDO, G. (2015). The international spread of management cultures., 6th EURAM Early Career Colloquium.

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. (2015). Symbolic relocalizations: how cultural flows transform unbounded cultures., FROG (French Research on Organizations Group) Research Meeting.

AZEVEDO, G. (2015). The autopoiesis of spreading management cultures., at ASAC (Administrative Sciences Association of Canada) Annual Conference.

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). Undesirable overflows and socio-industrial design., ASAC (Administrative Sciences Association of Canada) Annual Conference.

AZEVEDO, G. (2014). The cultural hybridization of organizations., 14th Annual Conference EURAM.

AZEVEDO, G. (2014). The international spread of management cultures., AIB 2014 Annual Meeting.

Articles

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).

Professional Conferences

Broadcasts

Scientific activities

Awards and Honors

  • Best paper awarded at the Gender & Diversity in Organizations division of the 47th ASAC Annual Conference , 2019
  • Best conference paper awarded at the 7th SEE Conference , 2018
  • Best paper awarded at the Business History division of the 45th ASAC Annual Conference , 2017
  • Awarded the "Prix de l'innovation pedagogique 2016" at Audencia , 2016

Doctoral supervision

Thesis Jury Member

- 2019, Laurie Ann Underwood : Giving voice: The influence of instant messaging apps on the contribution of Chinese and Japanese professionals to business meetings
Grenoble École de Management, France

Thesis Reviewer

- 2018, Sinqobile Ndlovu : Circumstantial social entrepreneurship: Exploring inclusive, social innovation in the transition from shadow to mainstream economic spaces. A case study of informal sector recycling activities in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
University of Cape Town, South Africa