PhD and Master’s in Public policies, John F. Kennedy School of Government, University of Harvard (1994 and 1990); Production Engineering, São Paulo University (1980).
Full Professor, University of Tsukuba, Japan; Chair, Post-Doctoral Studies Program; Institute of Advanced Studies, United Nations University; Visiting Fellow, Visiting Fellow, Center for Business and Government, Harvard University; Visiting Fellow, National Institute of Science and Technology Policy, Japan; Visiting Professor, University of Tokyo; Part-Time professor, Masterson Administration Program, University of Brasília; Professor, Masters in Business Economics Program and Master’s in Education Program, Brasília Catholic University; Director, Planning, Evaluation and International Cooperation, Brasília Catholic University; Bilateral International Cooperation Coordinator, National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq); Senior Assistant, Science and Technology Sector, Brazilian Embassy in Tokyo; and Organizational Evaluation Analyst, Banco Itaú head offices. He also sat on the Board of the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq); presided over the American School in Brasília; chaired the Staff Council at the United Nations University; and sat on the Institute of Strategic Leadership Board in Japan.
Fields of Interest
- Social and Environmental Sustainability
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- Public Policies in Education
- Gender Issues in Organizations