Montpellier Business School

Dr. Lacerda Daniel S.

Lacerda Daniel S.
Fonction Assistant professor
Research themes Organizational Theory, Space and Organizations, International Development Management, Informal Economy, Critical Management Studies, Critical Discourse Analysis,
Teaching department Entrepreneurship, Strategy, Technology, Innovation, Management


Selected intellectual contributions

Lacerda D. S., Meira F. B. & Brulon V. Forthcoming. Spatial ethics beyond the North–South dichotomy: Moral dilemmas in Favelas. Journal of Business Ethics. [DOI: 10.1007/s10551-020-04467-8]

Lacerda D. S. 2018. The ‘Visible Hand’ of the State: Urbanisation of Favelas as a Violent Abstraction of Space. In K. Dale, S. Kingma, & V. Wasserman (Eds.), Organisational Space and Beyond: The Significance of Henri Lefebvre for Organisation: 283-306. London: Routledge.

Peci A., Lacerda D.S. & Brulon V. 2016. Organizing culture in favela Fluminense in Rio de Janeiro: The dynamics of precarity. In Imas M. & Kosmala K; (Eds) The Arts, Social & Organisational Change: Precarious Spaces: 211–228. London, The Mill .

Lacerda D.S. 2016. The production of spatial hegemony as statecraft: an attempted passive revolution in the favelas of Rio. Third World Quarterly, 37(6): 1083-1101.

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