Prof. José Alves

Ph.D. (University of Massachusetts), M.Sc. (University of Saint Joseph), Licenciate (Coimbra)

Brief Bio

  • José Alves holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, a Master of Science in Management from the Inter-University Institute of Macau, and a Licenciate in Civil Engineering from the University of Coimbra.
  • His major research interests include leadership, strategy, entrepreneurship, and innovation in China and other emerging markets.
  • He is also committed to advance social development in China and emerging countries. He is focused on education, research, and entrepreneurship. He is enthusiastic about developing partnerships and connecting people through international projects.
  • Publications

Goncalves, M., Alves, J., Frota, C.M., Xia, H., Arcot, R.V. (2014) Advanced Economies and Emerging Markets: Prospects for Globalization. New york: Business Expert Press. ISBN: 9781606498286

Guo, C., & Porschitz, E.T. & Alves, J. C. (2013) Exploring Career Agency during Self-Initiated
Repatriation: A Study of Chinese Sea Turtles. Career Development International. (SSCI). ISSN:
1362-0436

Mieiro, S., Ramos, P.N., & Alves, J. (2012) “Gaming Tourism Boom, Foreign Currency Inflows,
and Dutch Disease Effects: an Empirical Model for Macau,” International Journal of Trade,
Economics and Finance, vol. 3, no. 6, pp. 421-427. ISSN: 2010-023X

Lovelace, K., Manz, C.C., Alves, J.C. (2007). “Work Stress and Leadership Development: The
Role of Self-Leadership, Shared Leadership, Physical Fitness and Flow in Managing Demands
and Increasing Job Control.” Human Resources Management Review, 17 (4), 374-387. ISSN:
1053-4822

Alves, J.C., Lovelace, K., Manz, C.C., Matsypura, D., Toyasaki, F., Ke, K. (2006) “A crosscultural
perspective of self-leadership”. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 21 (4), 338-359.
ISSN : 0268-3946

Alves, J.C., Manz, C.C., Butterfield, D.A. (2005) “Developing Leadership Theory in Asia: The
Role of Chinese Philosophy”. International Journal of Leadership Studies, 1(1), 3-27. ISSN:
1554-3145