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Dr Marcus Gomes

Dr Marcus Gomes

Lecturer in Organisation Studies and Sustainability

Cardiff Business School

Email
gomesm@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone
+44 (0)29 2087 4173
Campuses
Room D02, Aberconway Building, Colum Road, Cathays, Cardiff, CF10 3EU
Users
Available for postgraduate supervision

Overview

Marcus Vinícius P. Gomes received his doctorate in Public Administration and Government, with distinction, from FGV-EAESP (Brazil) in 2014, after an exchange period at Cardiff Business School. Marcus is an alumnus from the GW4 Crucible 2018 Programme for Future Research Leaders on Resilience, Environment, and Sustainability. Marcus researches the relationship between Business and Society by developing an understanding of governance, including the role of activism, social movements, business elites and populism in shaping our economies and societies. By examining how actors negotiate and develop governance regimes, he aiming to understand the organinsing of the 21st century capitalism. He has a background in public management, organizational studies, critical theory and political economy. Marcus is Associate Editor for Revista de Administração de Empresas (RAE) a leading Latin-American journal. Moreover, Marcus is passionate about football and supports Palmeiras; he also enjoys reading, swimming and cycling

Biography

Honours and awards

AOM Dark Side Case Competition Winner (CMS division - best case) (2016)

Honorary Thesis of Public Management and Government (FGV/EAESP) (2014)

Innovative Practices of Teaching and Learning for the module on Human Rights and Mega Projects (FGV/EAESP) (2014)

Publications

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2014

Teaching

Currently I am leading the following modules:

  • BS1001: Society and Economy for the Undergraduate programme
  • BST460: Managing Nature for the Iternational Management PGT programme

Research interests

  • Governance regimes
  • Activism, including the whole of social media platforms
  • Community Energy and community activism
  • Social Movements
  • Business Elites
  • Populism
  • Changing characteristics of our economies and societies (21st century capitalism)

PhD supervision research interests

  • Environmental governance (including climate change, Amazon deforestation; renewable energy, community energy) 
  • Social Media activism and governance (how organisations are using social media plataforms to influence society and how such plataforms are regulated)
  • Community Energy and community activism
  • Circular Economy
  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices and discourses
  • Alternative forms or organisation

    Supervision

    I am interested in supervising Ph.D. students that focuses on the enviromental and social challenges of our time, particularly exploring governance and activism in shaping our economies and societies. The following topics covers my research interests:

    • Environmental governance (including climate change, Amazon deforestation; renewable energy, community energy) 
    • Social Media activism and governance (how organisations are using social media plataforms to influence society and how such plataforms are regulated)
    • Community Energy and community activism
    • Circular Economy
    • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices and discourses
    • Alternative forms or organisation

    Current supervision

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    Panayiota Georgiou

    Research student

    Past projects

    At the moment, I am supervising:

    - Main supervisor for Panayiota Georgiou - The Power of Community Resilience: A Critical Analysis of Resilience as a Policy Tool in Wales (Cardiff Business School - co-supervisor Professor Rhys Andrews)

    - Co-supervision (40%) for Siddharta Dabbi - Understanding the Transition: The Production of Renewable Energy Space in Kutch, Gujarat (University of Exeter Business School)