Ariston Azevêdo Mendes

  • Ph.D. in Political Sociology (UFSC, 2006)
  • Master in Business Administration (UFSC, 1997)
  • Graduated in Mechanical Engineering (UEMA, 1989)

Main areas of interest: Philosophy of Administration; Epistemology and Ethics in Administration; Higher Education in Administration; Brazilian Social and Political Thinking; Intellectual and Conceptual History; Social Pluralism; Public Administration; Organizational Studies.

Lattes Platform Curriculum

Room: 423

Extension: 3821


Research groups:

CEGOV – Center for International Studies on Government

NEPP – Center of Studies on Political Thinking

Pluralism, Interculturality, Decoloniality and Transformations in Latin American countries