Ana María Peredo
- DMS 6148
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Ana María Peredo is a Canada Research Chair tier 1 and Full Professor of Social and Inclusive Entrepreneurship at the Telfer School of Management. She is also a Professor (on leave) of Political Ecology at the School of Environmental Studies and was also Director of the Centre for Co-operative and Community-Based Economy at the University of Victoria, Canada.
Dr. Peredo’s work has contributed to understanding the ways communities can address poverty by constructing rewarding and sustainable livelihoods out of resources in their distinctive cultures and environments. She draws on her academic training in Anthropology and Management and extensive experience in the Andes of her native Peru to explore alternative economies and their impact on the social and environmental aspects of community.
Ana Maria has published several seminal pieces on community-based enterprises, Indigenous entrepreneurship, social enterprises, and solidarity economy. Her work has been published in journals such as the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Venturing, Entrepreneurship, Theory and Practice, Organization, World Development, Journal of Peasant Studies, and several other prominent journals and foundational anthologies.
She has received a number of awards and fellowships and serves on several academic and professional boards. Currently, she is the Associate Editor of Organization, Co-Coordinator of the European Group for Organizational Studies’ Standing Working Group on Organization Studies in the Anthropocene and Past President of the Western Academy of Management.
Ana María currently focuses on three inter-connected areas: (1) Alternative Organizations and Solidarity Economies: community-based entrepreneurship, co-operatives, community-based economies/ co-operative economies, common-property social enterprises, social justice, local currencies, small businesses networks; (2) Indigenous Economies and Decolonization: Indigenous Entrepreneurship, Indigenous social Innovation, critical entrepreneurship, impacts of development/business projects, Indigenous movements and ontologies; (3) Alternative Futures: Social movements, De-Growth-Post-Growth Movements. She welcomes opportunities to work with accomplished graduate students who have a specific focus in these areas.
Publications during the last 7 years
Papers in Refereed Journals
- Peredo, A.M., Calas, M., Smircich, L., Bapuji, H., Banerjee, B., Chertkovskaj, E., Weber, G., Colbourne, R., Evans, M., Crane, A., Osorio, A., Ozkazanc-Pan, B., Continu, A., Abdelnour, S., Hirsch, P. and Adler, P. 2022. We are boiling: Management scholars speaking out on COVID-19 and social justice. Journal of Management Inquiry, 31(4): 339-357.
- Turner, K. L., Idrobo, C. J., Desmarais, A. A. and Peredo, A.M. 2021. Soberania Alimentaris desde el Territorio: Aprovisionamiento, practicas cotidianas y el papel de las mujeres afrocolombianas. Jangwa Pana, 20(1): 158-185.
- Weber, G., Cabras, I., Ometto, P. and Peredo, A.M. 2021. Direct Management of COVID-19 at National and Subnational Level: The Case of the Western Amazon Countries. Public Organization Review, 21(4): 741–757.
- Banerjee, S. B., Jermier, J. M., Peredo, A.M., Perey, R. and Reichel, A. 2021. Theoretical perspectives on organizations and organizing in a post-growth era. Organization.
- Cordoba, D., Peredo, A.M. and Chaves, P. 2021. Shaping alternatives to development: Solidarity and reciprocity in the Andes during Covid-19. World Development.
- Turner, K. L., Idrobo, C. J., Desmarais, A. A. and Peredo, A.M. 2020. Food sovereignty, gender and everyday practice: The role of Afro-Colombian women in sustaining localised food systems. Journal of Peasant Studies, 1-27.
- Peredo, A.M. and McLean, M. 2020. Decommodification in action: Common property as countermovement. Organization, 27(6): 817-839.
- Peredo, A.M., Haugh, H. M., Hudon, M. and Meyer, C. 2020. Mapping concepts and issues in the ethics of the commons: Introduction to the special issue. Journal of Business Ethics, 166(4): 659-672.
- Cordoba, D., Juen, L., Selfa, T., Peredo, A.M., de Assis Montag, L. F., Sombra, D. and Santos, M. P. D. 2019. Understanding local perceptions of the impacts of large-scale oil palm plantations on ecosystem services in the Brazilian Amazon. Forest Policy and Economics, 109: 1-11.
- Rowe, J., Peredo, A.M., Sullivan, M. and Restakis, J. 2018. Policy Supports for Co- operative Development: Learning from Co-Operative Hot Spots. Journal of Co-operative Studies, 51(1): 31-47.
- Peredo, A.M., Montgomery, N. and McLean, M. 2018. The BoP Business Paradigm: What It Promotes and What It Conceals. Oxford Development Studies, 46(3): 411-429.
- Peredo, A.M., Haugh, H. M. and McLean, M. 2018. Common Property: Uncommon Forms of Prosocial Organizing. Journal of Business Venturing, 33(5): 591- 602.
- Rowe, J., Peredo, A.M., Sullivan, M. and Restakis, J. 2017. Co-operative development, policy, and power in a period of contested neoliberalism: The case of Evergreen Co-operative Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio. Socialist Studies/Études Socialistes, 12(1): 54-77.
- Bennett, N. J., Dearden, P. and Peredo, A.M. 2016. Vulnerability to Multiple Stressors in Coastal Communities: A Study of the Andaman Coast of Thailand. Climate and Development, 7(2): 124-141.
- Lee, J.-A., Smallshaw, B. and Peredo, A.M. 2016. Rethinking Co-Operatives: Japanese-Canadian Fishing Co-Operatives. Community Development Journal, 52(4): 540-557.
- Colbourne, R., Henriques, I., Anderson, R., Peredo, A.M. and Schneider, B. Indigenous Economic Development. Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2021.
- Alakavuklar, O.N., Barros, A., Jammulamadaka, N. and Peredo, A.M. Business storytelling and postcolonialism. London, UK: Sage, 2021, (Accepted).
- Verbos, A.K., Henry, E. and Peredo, A.M. Indigenous Aspirations and Rights: The Case for Responsible Business and Management. London, UK: Routledge, 2017.
Chapters in Books
- Segovia, R.A. and Peredo, A.M. “We cannot cut the tree if we don’t have permission from its mother”: Kukama resistance through life-affirming cosmologies. In Alakavuklar, O.N., Barros, A., Jammulamadaka, N. and Peredo, A.M.. Business storytelling and postcolonialism. London, UK: Sage, 2022, (In Press).
- Henriques, I., Colbourne, R., Peredo, A.M. and Anderson, R.B. Relational and social aspects of Indigenous entrepreneurship: The Hupacasath case. In Indigenous Wellbeing and Enterprise. New York: Routledge, 2020.
- Peredo, A.M. El “Buen Vivir’: Notions of Wellbeing Among Indigenous Peoples of South America. In Routledge Handbook of Indigenous Wellbeing. London, UK: Routledge, 2019.
- Peredo, A.M., McLean, M. and Tremblay, C. Indigenous Social Innovation: What Is Distinctive? And a Research Agenda. In George, G., Baker, T., Tracey, P. and Joshi, H.. Handbook of Inclusive Innovation: The Role of Organizations, Markets and Communities in Social Innovation . Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019.
- Peredo, A.M. Business, Sustainability, and the Bottom of the Pyramid. In Routledge Handbook of the History of Sustainability . New York: Routledge, 2018.
- Henry, E., Peredo, A.M. and Verbos, A.K. Conclusion: Making the Case for Responsible Business and Management. In Verbos, A.K., Henry, E. and Peredo, A.M.. Indigenous Aspirations and Rights: The Case for Responsible Business and Management. London, UK: Routledge, 2017.
- Sayers (Kekinusuqs), J. and Peredo, A.M. Hupacasath First Nation: Roadmap to a Sustainable Economy. In Verbos, A.K., Henry, E. and Peredo, A.M.. Indigenous Aspirations and Rights: The Case for Responsible Business and Management. London, UK: Routledge, 2017.
- Verbos, A.K., Henry, E. and Peredo, A.M. Business’s Effects on Indigenous Aspirations and Rights: An Introduction. In Verbos, A.K., Henry, E. and Peredo, A.M.. Indigenous Aspirations and Rights: The Case for Responsible Business and Management. London, UK: Routledge, 2017.
- Peredo, A.M. and Chrisman, J. J. Conceptual Foundations: Community-Based Enterprise and Community Development. In van Ham, M., Reuschke, D., Kleinhans, R., Mason, C. and Syrett, S.. Entrepreneurial Neighbourhoods: Towards an Understanding of the Economies of Neighbourhoods and Communities . London, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., 2017.
Invited Contributions and/or Technical Reports
- Dagli-Hustings, I., Peredo, A.M., Ndimukaga, E., Ikinci, M., Koko, A.D., Christou, G. and Lordos, A. 2022. "Bugesera societal healing programme: Collaborative livelihoods protocol (co-live manuals 1 - 3)".
- Peredo, A.M. 2020. "Social Investment Activities and Needs Assessment for Vancouver Island. B.C. Report".
Funded Research during the last 7 years
|2022-2029||Canada Research Chairs||Social And Inclusive Entrepreneurship||R||C||PI||$ 1,400,000|
|2021-2023||SSHRC||Two-Eyed Seeing, Grand Challenges and Wicked Problems: Indigenous-led Responses to the Neoliberal Restructuring of Cities and Urban Centres||R||C||Co-A||$ 245,936|
|2021-2022||SSHRC Connection Grant||Walking in two worlds, co-creating a two-eyed seeing approach to research training||O||C||Co-A||$ 24,000|
|2020-2021||SSHRC||Blueprint for an inclusive and sustainable recovery||R||C||Co-A||$ 24,996|
|2019-2022||SSHRC||Oil Palm in water territories: the impacts of crop expansion on water resources and local livelihoods in the Brazilian Amazon||R||C||Co-A||$ 74,998|
|2018-2019||SSHRC||Regenerative Enterprise in Fragile Ecosystems||R||C||Co-A||$ 23,000|
|2018||Society for the Advancement of Management Studies (SAMS)||Paper Development workshop on Theoretical Perspectives on Organisations and Organising in a Post-Growth Era. London, UK||S||O||Co-PI||$ 10,974|
|2017-2021||SSHRC||Indigenous Social Entrepreneurship: A Co-generated Approach||R||C||Co-A||$ 366,758|
|2016-2017||University of Victoria, Co-operative and Community-Based Economy Research Fund||Indigenous Sustainability and Community Innovation: Sites of Social Innovation on Vancouver Island||R||O||Co-I||$ 90,000|
|2015-2018||Canadian International Food Security Research Fund (CIFSRF)||Amazon Fish for Food /Peces para la Vida project for indigenous peoples of Bolivia||R||U||Co-A||$ 5,000,000|
C: Contract (R and D) | E: Equipment Grant | R: Research Grant | S: Support Award | P: Pedagogical Grant | O: Other, U: Unknown
C: Granting Councils | G: Government | F: Foundations | I: UO Internal Funding | O: Other | U: Unknown
PI = Principal Investigator | Co-I = Co-Investigator | Co-PI = Co-Principal Investigator