His research interests focus on interpersonal relationships in the workplace, toxic workplaces, leadership, improvisation/risk taking, change management and entrepreneurship.
Pedro Neves is Assistant Professor at Nova SBE. He received his PhD from ISCTE-IUL and later went to the University of Delaware for a Post-Doc.
He has published in several international journals, including the Human Relations, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology and The Leadership Quarterly. He also published/edited four books, including Comportamento Organizacional no Século XXI: Diálogos entre a gestão e a academia (RH Editora, 2013). His main research interests include leadership and followership (particularly its dark side), job insecurity and perceptions of the economic crisis, interpersonal relationships in the workplace, organizational change management and entrepreneurship.
He teaches Organizational Behavior, Persuasion and Negotiation and Entrepreneurship at Nova and collaborates with the Angola Business School (ABS). He is also the academic coordinator of the Management Acceleration Program (Nova SBE Executive Education).
He is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP) and won the Research Award (2009) from RH Magazine/Select-Vedior and the Outstanding Reviewer Award (2010) from the OB Division of the Academy of Management.
- Cunha, Miguel Pina e, Stewart Clegg, Arménio Rego, and Pedro Neves (2014). "Organizational improvisation: From the constraint of strict tempo to the power of the Avant-Garde". Creativity and Innovation Management, 23, 359-373.
- Neves, Pedro and Robert Eisenberger (2014). "Risk Taking in Organizations: The Contribution of Perceived Organizational Support." Journal of Managerial Psychology, 29(2), 187-205.
- Neves, Pedro (2014). "Taking it out on survivors: Submissive employees, downsizing, and abusive supervision". Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 87(3), 507–534.
- Rego, Arménio; Dálcio Reis Júnior; Miguel Pina e Cunha; Gabriel Stallbaum and Pedro Neves (2014). "Store Creativity Mediating the Relationship between Affective Tone and Performance." Managing Service Quality, 24(1), 63-85.
- Silva, T., Stewart Clegg, Miguel Pina e Cunha, Pedro Neves, Arménio Rego and R. Rodrigues (2014). "Smells like team spirit: Opening a paradoxical black box". Human Relations, 67, 287-310.
- Cunha, Miguel Pina e; Rego, A., Clegg, Stewart, & Neves, Pedro (2013). The case for transcendent followership. Leadership, 9, 87-106.
- Neves, P. (2012). Organizational cynicism: Spillover effects on supervisor-subordinate relationships and performance. Leadership Quarterly, 23(5), 965-976.
- Neves, Pedro & Robert Eisenberger (2012). Management communication and employee performance: The contributions of perceived organizational support. Human Performance, 23, 965-976
- Cunha, Miguel Pina e; A. Rego; Stewart Clegg; Pedro Neves and P. Oliveira (2014). "Unpacking the Concept of Organizational Ingenuity: Learning from Scarcity," B. Honig, J. Lampel and I. Drori, Handbook of Organizational and Entrepreneurial Ingenuity. London: Edward Elgar, 34-56.
- Cunha, Miguel Pina e, Arménio Rego, Rita Campos e Cunha, C. Cabral-Cardoso and Pedro Neves (2014). Manual de comportamento organizacional e gestão. Lisboa: Editora RH.
- Neves, P., Arménio Rego and Miguel Pina e Cunha (2014). When leaders do not behave ethically: A “substitutes for ethical leadership” approach. In Neider, L., and Schriesheim, C. (Eds.), Authentic and Ethical leadership: Research in Management, Volume 10 (pp. 127-154). Charlotte, NC: IAP.
- Neves, Pedro (2014). "O Que É Uma Boa Investigação Quantitativa?," J. Gomes and F. Cesário, Investigação Em Gestão De Recursos Humanos: Um Guia De Boas Práticas. Lisboa: Editora Escolar, 167-78.