Pedro Oliveira

Associate Professor

PhD, UNC Chapel Hill

CATÓLICA-LISBON School of Business and Economics
Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Palma de Cima, 1649-023 Lisboa, Portugal                                         
phone: +351-217.214.261 | email:

Pedro Oliveira is Associate Professor at CATÓLICA-LISBON where he teaches in the undergraduate, masters of science, LisbonMBA and executive education programs. He is the director of the doctoral program in Technological Change and Entrepreneurship (TCE) jointly offered by CATÓLICA-LISBON, IST and Carnegie Mellon University. He is the director of the Program in Supply Chain Management (SCM), the Advanced Program in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management (PAEGI), the Advanced Management Program for Telecommunications and Information Technologies (PAGETTI) and the Program for the Acceleration of Entrepreneurial Ventures (BES Emp). 
His research has appeared in journals such as Research Policy, Production and Operations Management (POM), Journal of Product Innovation Management (JPIM), Organization Research Methods (ORM), Int. Journal of Operations and Production Management (IJOPM), Technological Forecasting and Social Change (TFSC) among other. 
He is the Principal Investigator (PI) of several research projects funded by the Portuguese Science and Technology Foundation (FCT), the Peter Pribilla Foundation (Germany) and the EC e-Content Plus and the Project Leader for Creative Commons PT. 
Together with 3 former LisbonMBA students, he co-founded PPL - Crowdfunding Portugal.
Previously he was advisor to the Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education and was an International Faculty Fellow at the MIT Sloan School of Management. 
Pedro received his Ph.D. in Operations, Technology and Innovation Management from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and both his M.Sc. in Operations Research and Systems Engineering and his licenciatura in Naval Engineering from IST.

Research areas: 
User and Open Innovation; Service Innovation; Technology Management; Service Operations