Duarte Pimentel

Duarte Pimentel
ISPA Instituto Universitário | ISPA · William James Center for Research

PhD

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November 2018 - present
TERINOV - Parque de Ciência e Tecnologia da Ilha Terceira
Position
  • Managing Director
October 2015 - present
ISPA Instituto Universitário
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
November 2013 - June 2017
University of the Azores
Field of study
  • Business and Economic Sciences

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Publications (28)
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This paper aims to assess differences between employees of family and non-family firms regarding their levels of employee silence and their perceptions of the company’s entrepreneurial orientation. Moreover, focusing on family firms, we assess the relationship between the levels of employees’ silence and their perceptions of the firm’s entrepreneur...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to assess differences between employees of family and non-family firms regarding their perceptions of employer branding and psychological contract levels. Moreover, focusing on family firms, the authors assess the relation between the employees’ perceptions of employer branding and the psychological contract lev...
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The purpose of this paper is to assess differences between employees of family and non-family firms regarding their levels of employee silence and their perceptions of the company's entrepreneurial orientation. Moreover, focusing on family firms, we assess the association between the levels of employees' silence and their perceptions of the firm's...
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Este estudo compara as perceções de employer branding e os níveis de contrato psicológico de colaboradores de empresas familiares e não familiares. Especificamente, para melhor compreender as dinâmicas das empresas familiares avaliamos em que medida as perceções de employer branding têm um impacto nos níveis de contrato psicológico dos colaboradore...
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Empresas Familiares Desafios à Gestão do Capital Humano
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Os comportamentos nos quais as equipas e as suas chefias se envolvem são o principal preditor da sua eficácia, operacionalizada em termos de desempenho (e.g., nº de doentes assistidos e estabilizados), bem-estar (e.g., stress sentido durante e após o trabalho) e afectos (e.g., coesão dos membros da equipa) (Mathieu et al., 2019). Neste documento sã...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore differences between non-family employees of family and non-family firms regarding the perceptions of organizational justice and levels of organizational commitment. Moreover, focusing on non-family employees of family firms, the study assesses the relation between the perceptions of organizational jus...
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Neste capítulo será abordada a temática do planeamento de sucessão em equipas. O capítulo encontra-se organizado em seis secções: a primeira secção trata o surgimento, enquadramento e definição do conceito de planeamento de sucessão; na segunda secção é debatida a importância e vantagens da implementação de um plano de sucessão; na terceira secção...
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This paper explores differences between nonfamily employees of family firms and nonfamily firms regarding their perceptions of organizational justice and levels of commitment. Moreover, focusing on family firms, we assess the impact of nonfamily employees' perceptions of organizational justice on their levels of commitment. Finally, we seek to unde...
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O objetivo desta revisão é o de identificar e abordar um conjunto de desafios que se colocam às empresas familiares, no que respeita à gestão do capital humano. O documento encontra-se organizado em três secções: a primeira secção trata do enquadramento e definição do conceito de empresa familiar; na segunda secção é apresentada e debatida importân...
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The purpose of this paper is to explore differences between non-family employees of family firms and employees of non-family firms regarding their levels of job satisfaction. Moreover, focusing on family firms, we assess the impact of non-family employees’ perceptions of organizational justice on their levels of job satisfaction; we also seek to un...
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The purpose of this paper is to explore differences between non-family employees of family firms and employees of non-family firms regarding their levels of job satisfaction. Moreover, focusing on family firms, we assess the impact of non-family employees' perceptions of organizational justice on their levels of job satisfaction; we also seek to un...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore differences in the decision-making styles between family and nonfamily firms, while assessing how family participation relates to the use of decision-making styles within family firms. Design/methodology/approach The empirical evidence is provided by a sample of 155 firms, located in the Azores, Po...
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This study addresses a current debate in the family business literature involving the extent to which the family business context hinders or promotes entrepre-neurial behavior. The empirical evidence is provided by 155 small-sized firms, 82 family-controlled and 73 nonfamily-controlled, operating in an outermost region, the Autonomous Region of the...
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This study aims to profile family firms located in the Autonomous Region of the Azores. Using a sample of 82 family-controlled firms, we were able to create the profile of these firms, by looking at several important profiling aspects such as ownership and governance, experience and management, and corporate culture. While other indicators are also...
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This study aims to profile family firms located in the Autonomous Region of the Azores. Using a sample of 82 family-controlled firms, we were able to create the profile of these firms, by looking at several important profiling aspects such as ownership and governance, experience and management, and corporate culture. While other indicators are also...
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According to the normative model of intertemporal choice, the Discounted Utility Model (Samuelson, 1937), the utility of a future outcome is discounted exponentially as a function of its delay. There is ample evidence that people do not comply with this proposition. In this study, 280 subjects performed a matching task in order to verify a new anom...
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Intertemporal choice has a direct relation with phenomena that pertain to every-day life, such as saving, consumption, and investment behavior. This study advances our understanding of intertemporal choice, in that it considers triadic choice contexts (three options) and not only dyadic ones (two options), to which most empirical studies are limite...
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According to the normative model of intertemporal choice, the Discounted Utility Model (Samuelson, 1937), the utility of a future outcome is discounted exponentially as a function of its delay. There is ample evidence that people do not comply with this proposition. In this study, 280 subjects performed a matching task in order to verify a new anom...
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Intertemporal choice has a direct relation with phenomena that pertain to every-day life, such as saving, consumption, and investment behavior. This study advances our understanding of intertemporal choice, in that it considers triadic choice contexts (three options) and not only dyadic ones (two options), to which most empirical studies are limite...
Thesis
Master's Thesis entitled Polarization in Intertemporal Choice (Portuguese); 09/2011

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The Call for Papers for the Special Issue "Leaders and Team Members’ Perceptions of Cooperation at Work" of Sustainability (MDPI) is now open! I have the pleasure to serve as one of the editors and invite you to submit your manuscript until June 30. More info at: https://bit.ly/2SRjBVL
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O presente estudo tem como objetivo estudar a orientação empreendedora e silêncio em dois contextos: empresas familiares e não familiares. Assim, foram estabelecidos 4 objetivos – (1) verificar, se tal como encontrado na literatura, as empresas não familiares apresentam níveis de orientação empreendedora diferentes aos das empresas familiares; (2) explorar se existem diferenças na perceção de silêncio em empresas familiares e não familiares; (3) aferir se a perceção de silêncio nos colaboradores tem influência na orientação empreendedora, e por fim, (4) perceber se a influência entre a perceção de silêncio nos colaboradores e orientação empreendedora, varia entre empresas familiares e não familiares. A amostra contou com 245 colaboradores, 99 de empresas familiares e 146 de empresas não familiares, que responderam de forma voluntária ao questionário partilhado online.