Leandro Pongeluppe
Leandro Pongeluppe
Ph.D. Candidate Rotman School of Management - University of Toronto
Verified email at rotman.utoronto.ca - Homepage
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The best of both worlds? Impact investors and their role in the financial versus social performance debate
SG Lazzarini, S Cabral, LS Pongeluppe, LCM Ferreira, A Rotondaro
A Research Agenda for Social Finance, 2021
Natura and the development of a sustainable supply chain in the Amazon region
DM Boehe, LS Pongeluppe, SG Lazzarini
Multinationals in Latin America, 49-71, 2014
Public capacity, plural forms of collaboration, and the performance of public initiatives: A configurational approach
SG Lazzarini, LS Pongeluppe, NC Ito, FM Oliveira, A Ovanessoff
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 30 (4), 579-595, 2020
Ambiente institucional e compra de terras por estrangeiros em países em desenvolvimento
LS Pongeluppe, MSM Saes
Revista de Administração 49 (1), 9-17, 2014
From Instrumental to Normative Relational Strategies: A Study of Open Buyer-Supplier Relations
SG Lazzarini, D Boehe, LS Pongeluppe, ML Cook
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 17403, 2020
Firm performance and the strategic components of bankruptcy reorganization plans
GFA Monteiro, SMQ Caleman, LS Pongeluppe
BAR-Brazilian Administration Review 16, 2020
Public-Private Partnerships Promoting Prosperity: Evidence From Brazilian Favelas
LS Pongeluppe
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 10039, 2020
Indigenous land demarcation conflicts in Brazil: Has the Supreme Court’s decision brought (in) stability?
GFA Monteiro, LLT Yeung, SMQ Caleman, LS Pongeluppe
European Journal of Law and Economics 48 (2), 267-290, 2019
There Is No Planet B: Polycentric Governance In The Amazon Rainforest
A McGahan, LS Pongeluppe
Academy of Management Proceedings 2021 (1), 10042, 2021
Can trust induce vertical integration? An experimental study of buyer–seller exchanges with distinct competencies and specific investments
LF Mesquita, MSM Saes, SG Lazzarini, LS Pongeluppe
Industrial and Corporate Change, 2020
The Inclusion Illusion: Firms’ Investment Strategies And Their Commitment To Serve The Poor
LS Pongeluppe
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 10566, 2019
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