jasi

Department of Strategy and Innovation

Joao
Albino-Pimentel
Assistant professor
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Tenure Track adjunct


Room: KIL/14.A-2.95
Tel:
+4538152843
E-mail: ja.si@cbs.dk
jasi
Presentation

João Albino-Pimentel (Ph.D. in Strategic Management, HEC Paris) is an Assistant Professor of Strategy and International Business at the Copenhagen Business School. His research interests lie at the intersection of non-market and global strategy. He studies how non-market resources and capabilities influence firms' global strategy decisions. He also investigates how such non-market capabilities are generated and create value for firms. His work has been published in the Strategic Management Journal and in the Global Strategy Journal. He has also received nominations for several awards, including the AIB Buckley & Casson Best Dissertation Award, the AOM IM Division’s D'Amore-McKim Best Dissertation Award, and the AOM ITC Emerald Best International Dissertation Award. Joao is an SRF dissertation scholar and serves at the editorial review boards of the Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of International Business Policy, Business & Society and Multinational Business Review. Prior to joining CBS, Joao held positions as assistant professor of International Business at the Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina and as research scholar at the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. He has a Ph.D. in Strategic Management from HEC Paris.

 

Primary research areas
  • Non-Market Strategy.
  • Corporate Political Strategy.
  • National Institutions and Strategy.
  • Emerging Markets.
  • Global Corporate Strategy.
  • Social enterprising.
Curriculum Vitae
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/jasi
Selected publications
  • Albino Pimentel, J, P Dussauge & J M Shaver. Firm Non-Market Capabilities and the Effect of Supranational Institutional Safeguards on the Location Choice of International Investments. Strategic Management Journal, 2018.
  • Albino Pimentel, J, R Anand, & P Dussauge. How do firm political connections impact foreign acquisitions? The effects of decision makers’ political and firm embeddedness. Global strategy Journal, 2018.
  • Albino Pimentel, J. Three essays on the influence of political connections on firm international expansion strategy. AIB Insights, Volume 17, Issue 2, 2017.
  • Georgallis, P, J Albino Pimentel & N Kondratenko. Not all those who wander are lost: Jurisdiction shopping and foreign entry in the European solar power industry. Journal of International Business Studies, forthcoming

 

 

Publications sorted by:
2020
Panayiotis Georgallis; Joao Albino Pimentel; Nina Kondratenko / Jurisdiction Shopping and Foreign Location Choice : The Role of Market and Nonmarket Experience in the European Solar Energy Industry.
In: Journal of International Business Studies, 31.8.2020
Journal article > peer review
Outside activities
  • May 2020 - University of South Carolina teaching PMBA class.