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Ana Carvalho
Ph.D in Business Administration (University of Minho)
Department of Management
 
  Associate Professor
  anac@eeg.uminho.pt
   253601943 , 253604550
Associate Professor at the School of Economics and Management (EEG) of the University of Minho, in the Department of Management.
Elected member of EEG's School Council.
Full member of NIPE.

In the past, I have been (among others):
Vice-Dean for Education of School of Economics and Management; President of the Pedagogical Council (October 2017 to December 2020).
Member of the School Council (April 2016 to September 2017).
Deputy-director the of Management Department (June 2012 to June 2016).
Director of the PhD programme in Business Administration (February 2015 to October 2017).
Coordinator of the transferrable skills programme EEGenerating Skills (2012/13 to 2015/16).
Coordinator of the Bachelor in Management's capstone project "Business Case" (2007/08 to 2013/14)
Strategic human resource management; innovation management; business model innovation; nonprofit organisation management and volunteer management; management education.
Selected publications
Elmashhara, M. G., Silva, J., Sá, E., Carvalho, A., & Rezazadeh, A. (2022). Factors influencing user behaviour in micromobility sharing systems: A systematic literature review and research directions. Travel Behaviour and Society, 27, 1–25. DOI
Barbosa, I., & Carvalho, A. (2019). Illusionists and Puppet Masters: Adoption profiles of new management models. Organizational Dynamics, 48(4). DOI
Carvalho, A., & Areal, N. (2016). Great Places to Work®: Resilience in Times of Crisis. Human Resource Management, 55(3), 479–498. DOI
Carvalho, A., Areal, N., & Silva, J. (2011). Students perceptions of Blackboard and Moodle in a Portuguese university. British Journal of Educational Technology, 42(5), 824–841. DOI
Portela, M. A., Areal, N. M. P. C., Sá, C., Alexandre, F., Cerejeira, J., Carvalho, A., & Rodrigues, A. (2008). Evaluating student allocation in the Portuguese public higher education system. Higher Education, 56(2), 185–203. DOI