Eduardo’s research proposes to explore the new dynamics on support of social enterprises, in particular to social incubation. Specifically, he is focusing on questions related to efficiency, evidencing what we can learn from these propitious environments.
His research contributions lie upon helping the process of bringing order and structure to this emerging field driven by social innovative initiatives immersed in social collaboration and engagement.
Before enrolling in his PhD, Eduardo gained a MBA in Project Management at FGV (Brazil) and a MSc in Social Economy at University of Minho (Portugal) developing a field research in Cambridge, UK. He also worked as a practitioner in social economic development of favelas in Rio de Janeiro between 2012 – 2014.