21 Nov 2018
Illicit wildlife markets and the dark web
Felipe Thomaz is Associate Professor of Marketing, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.
Felipe’s research focuses on empirically modelling marketing strategy issues. Currently, this research is leading to the incorporation of social networks into the understanding of black markets (digital or otherwise) and strategies developed to stunt their growth and proliferation. His research additionally involves questions of social networks’ impact on brand and firm performance, the behaviour of consumers in digital marketplaces and interactive marketing channels, as well as the development of managerial metrics that rely on abundant and timely social media data. This research on social media, digital markets, and strategic firm and brand networks includes publications in the Journal of Marketing and Journal of Service Research.
Professor, The Australian National University
Researcher, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies
Senior Teaching Assistant, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Criminal Justice, Criminology and Security Studies
Researcher, World Customs Organization & Associate Professor, Auvergne University School of Economics
Multimedia Communications Producer, Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime
Human Rights Lawyer and Fellow, Open Society Foundation
Executive Director, Police Sector Council, Ottawa, Canada
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Massachusetts-Lowell
Co-founder & Research Director, Igarapé Institute/ Research Director, SecDev Foundation
Director of Finance, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime
Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Consultant