Adilson Aderito da Silva

Ph.D. in Business Administration (2009) and M.A. in Education, Art and History of Culture (2000), Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie.

Degree in Mathematics from Fundação Santo André (1993). Professor of the Professional Master’s in Management of Business Development from the Center of Social and Applied Sciences at Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, currently holding the position of Dean of this center.

Research in the area of strategic management, focused on business governance, uncertainty in the organizational environment, competitive environment and contractual strategic alliances.

Several articles published in national and international journals on these topics. Experience with treatment of data modeling for structural equation and multivariate statistical techniques.

Álvaro Alves de Moura Junior

Economist from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie; Master’s in Economics from PUC-SP and PhD in Social Sciences (concentration area: politics) at PUC-SP. Teaches at undergraduate and graduate level at Mackenzie Presbyterian University and is a graduate of the National Higher School of Insurance (ESNs/FUNENSEG). Acts as a researcher at the Contemporary Economic Analysis Center (UPM) and is Academic Editor of the Mackenzie Economy Magazine (REM). Professional experience in diagnosis and evaluation of socio-economic impacts and sector analysis.

Alberto de Medeiros Júnior

Doctorate and Master’s in Production Engineering from the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo. Experience as an executive, entrepreneur, and consultant in weaving companies, processing, clothing, and software makers into textile industries. Professor of permanent teaching of the core Professional Master’s in Management of Development of Social Science Center of Business and Applied, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, and Research and Extension Coordinator of the Centre. Research in business intelligence.

Lilian Aparecida Pasquini Miguel

Doctorate and Master’s in Business Administration (2010) from the University Mackenzie. Professional experience of developing national and international markets. Professor of permanent teaching of the core Professional Master’s in Management of Business Development of the Center of Social and Applied Sciences at the University Mackenzie. Research topics on marketing and strategic planning in national and international markets.

Marcos Antonio Franklin

Doctor of Business Administration from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie; Master’s in Quality from the State University of Campinas (Unicamp). Professional experience in the field of innovation management and organizational processes. Teacher of Professional Master’s in Management of Business Development of the Center of Social and Applied Sciences at the University Mackenzie. Research topics include innovation management, sustainability, networking, quality, and organizational environment.

Mauricio Loboda Fronzaglia

Degree in Social Sciences from the University of São Paulo (1997); Master's degree in Political Science from the State University of Campinas (2005); PhD in Political Science from the State University of Campinas (2011). Currently a professor teaching undergraduates and graduates of Economics at Mackenzie Presbyterian University. Academic and professional experience in international relations, public policy, diagnosis and evaluation of socio-economic impacts, and public policy in education.

Pedro Raffy Vartanian

Economist, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie (2000); Master’s in Economics from PUC / SP (2003); PhD in Latin American Integration at the University of São Paulo (2008). Professor teaching undergraduates and Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie graduates. Professional experience in economic consultation for investment decisions and the development of macroeconomic scenarios.

Roberta Muramatsu

Degree in Economics from the University of São Paulo (1996) ; Master’s in Economic Theory from the Institute of Economic Research (IPE) at the University of São Paulo (1999) ; PhD in Economics and Philosophy from the Erasmus University of Rotterdam (2006). Undergraduate Professor and graduate of Mackenzie Presbyterian University. Part-time teacher in Insper São Paulo. Experience in theory and economic methodology, with emphasis on theoretical and applied studies of behavioral economics and New Institutional Economics.

Adilson Caldeira

Professional experience in management and consultancy obtained in management positions and management of national and international companies, along with coordinating courses in higher education institutions. Doctor in Business Administration from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, Master’s in Business Administration from the University of São Paulo, Specialist in financial management and a degree in civil engineering. Professor of permanent teaching of the core Professional Master’s in Business Development Administration at the Centre for Applied Social Sciences and the University Mackenzie.

Researcher in business development with a focus on innovation and competitiveness strategies. Appraiser, consultant and member of the editorial board of journals and other scientific publications vehicles.

Dimaria Silva e Meirelles

Associate Professor at the University Mackenzie, linked to the graduate program in business administration; Coordinator of GETCOS research group—management, technology, and competence services. Economist, graduated from the Federal University of Uberlândia; Master’s and PhD in Industry Economics and Technology, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.

Research line: evolutionary dynamics of services sector. Research themes: life cycle of population service companies, technological expertise and dynamic capacity in service organizations, innovation and business models for services.

Joaquim Carlos Racy

Economist, social scientist, teacher, and doctor of history (area of ​​concentration: external relations of Brazil) from the Catholic University of São Paulo. Currently teaches at undergraduate and graduate level at the Catholic University of São Paulo and Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie. Professional experience advising for international economic relations analysis and consultancy for development projects with international cooperation.

Liliane Cristina Segura

Post-PhD in Management from the University of Salamanca (Spain); PhD in Business Administration from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie; MBA from FEA-USP. Specialist in CSU-Fresno in Entrepreneurship Business Plan at California State University, Fresno, United States. Professor of Professional Master’s in Management of Business Development of the Center of Social and Applied Sciences at the University Mackenzie. Research topics include corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, corporate finance, and corporate accounting.

Mauricio Henrique Benedetti

Doctorate in Production Engineering from the Federal University of São Carlo; Master’s in Business Administration from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie. Teacher of Professional Master’s in Management of Business Development of the Center of Social and Applied Sciences from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie and Head of the Center for Technological Innovation (NIT). Member of the Board of Innovation and Competitiveness (CONIC) of the Federation of São Paulo State Industries (FIESP). Research includes themes of technological innovation for the creation of new enterprises and university-business interaction.

Paulo Rogério Scarano

Economist, Doctor of Social Sciences (area of ​​concentration: international relations) from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo; Master’s in Economics from the Catholic University of São Paulo; BA in Economics from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie. Experience with economic analysis of international policy. Professor of graduate courses in Economics and graduate in Economics and Markets Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie. Currently Coordinator of the Economics University Mackenzie.

Reynaldo Cavalheiro Marcondes

Doctor of Business Administration from the University of São Paulo. Executive experience in national and international companies, as a consultant in strategic planning and organizational change. Professional Master’s in Management Coordinator Development of Social Science Center of Business and Applied. Research topics include business development with a focus on resources and capabilities as determinants for value creation for stakeholders.

Vladimir Fernandes Maciel

Graduated in Economics from the University of São Paulo (1997); MA in Economics from the Getulio Vargas - SP (2000) ; PhD in Public Administration and Government at Fundação Getúlio Vargas - SP (2011) with doctoral training at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2009). Professor of undergraduate and graduate studies at Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie and a visiting professor of graduate studies at the Catholic University of São Paulo. Academic and professional experience in the diagnosis and evaluation of regional and urban socio-economic impacts. Currently coordinator of the graduate program in economics and markets.