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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
Location:
Room D02, Aberconway Building, Colum Road, Cathays, Cardiff, CF10 3EU
Available for postgraduate supervision

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 is interested in critical perspectives on Business and Society, as his research focuses on how organizations influence their context through discourses and meanings. Under this perspective, Marcus researches the governance of sustainability, focusing on negotiation and contestations between civil society, corporations and the state. He is particularly interested in the negotiations of environmental degradation (e.g. Amazon deforestation and climate change), human rights violations (e.g. modern forms of slavery) and the emergence of Circular Economy, both as a business’ practices and how its transformative agenda can be enacted. He has a background in public management, organizational studies, critical theory and political economy. Moreover, Marcus is passionate about football and supports Palmeiras; he also enjoys reading, swimming and cycling

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)

2019

2018

2017

2016

2014

I am interested in supervising Ph.D. students in the areas of:

- Environmental governance;

- Climate change and businesses;

- Renewable energy;

- Circular Economy;

- the role of NGOs on promoting sustainability, CSR practices and influencing public policies;

- Human Rights and businesses;

- Social Movements;

- Alternative forms of organisations;

- CSR discourses and practices.

Past projects

At the moment, I am supervising:

- Co-supervison (50%) for Laura Colombo - Scaling without growth? The scaling approaches of Social Agricultural Cooperatives in Italy (University of Exeter Business School)

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

External profiles